Unless you’ve been cut off from the world, it’s been nearly impossible to escape the dumpster fire discussion known as President Trump’s impeachment. The whole thing is just ugly, no matter where you stand. From Bill Clinton to Andrew Johnson, impeachment has always been nasty. However, no impeachment has ever been as ugly as the […]

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Click above to hear a sample of our latest project. We’re working on a new program which will air on the Gospel Broadcasting Network (watch GBN here) in the future. The premise is just as the program title suggests: “the Bible is not boring!” It is exciting and fulfilling to drill down and study God’s Word. […]

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Friday’s Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard We find God not in an anxious mind, but a still heart. God exhorts us in Psalm 46.10a, “Be still, and know that I am God” (KJV). Contextually, this statement occurs amid the possibility of much turmoil. We admit sometimes we must move forward to receive God’s deliverance, as […]

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Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard Someone once said, “Excuses are tools of the incompetent, and those who specialize in them seldom go far.” Ben Franklin is quoted saying, “He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” Jeremiah had a complete list of excuses ready when God called on him […]

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Wednesday’s Column: “Third’s Words” Gary Pollard Every home has some kind of system in place to keep order. Maybe you were told to take your shoes off at the door, keep your elbows off the table, make your bed in the morning, or brush your teeth more than twice a month. Every home is different […]

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Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard In 2008, M. Gigi Durham wrote a blunt book entitled: The Lolita Effect: the Media Sexualization Of Young Girls And What We Can Do About It. Durham is not at all writing from a Christian worldview, being a militant, secular feminist instead. In the book, she writes […]