The Eternal Optimist — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Friday’s Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard Wiley Miller is the creator of the comic strip, Non Sequitur. When apolitical, Miller’s strip can be enjoyable. I cut one of his strips from a daily edition of The Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC) back in the early aughts featuring “the eternal optimist.” In the one-panel comic, the grim […]Continue reading “The Eternal Optimist — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Let Go Of The Rope — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog The story is told about a man hanging from the end of a rope at the bottom of a well. His feet hadn’t touched the ground and he estimated that he still had about 100 more feet to go. With no way out, and his grip starting to fail, he figured […]Continue reading “Let Go Of The Rope — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Sharing The Filling Fullness Of Christ — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard Some phrases in the Bible are simple to read, but very difficult to comprehend. In this article, I’d like to walk through a process together in an attempt to make sense of a difficult phrase (thanks, Paul). One of those is in Ephesians 1.23: “…the fullness of him who […]Continue reading “Sharing The Filling Fullness Of Christ — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

So What? — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard Here’s a quick recap of the bizarre events that unfold in Acts 20: Paul preaches past midnight. A young man named Eutychus falls asleep. As a result, he plummets to his death. He is then miraculously brought back to life. So what? Each word that […] via So What? —Continue reading “So What? — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Yearning To Assemble — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard Yesterday was an emotional day. As expected, our attendance was a fraction of our normal size. The current threat is not yet over, but it was a stride toward what we pray is an imminent return of many more. Even from behind the masks and with the […]Continue reading “Yearning To Assemble — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

My Sacrifice is Alive (Romans 12:1) — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard “I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.” Romans‬ ‭12:1‬ is a verse that every Christian should keep in mind every day. It tells us how we are […]Continue reading “My Sacrifice is Alive (Romans 12:1) — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Burning on the Inside — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Friday’s Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard Thanks to an autoimmune disease, I had an organ within my body constantly described as “friable” when I had cancer screening. Used in a medical context, friable means the tissue was easily irritated, making it more prone to inflammation. Perhaps you can deduce from the word “inflammation” its origin […]Continue reading “Burning on the Inside — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Crane Flies — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard The Crane Fly is a misidentified and misunderstood creature. It looks like an enormous mosquito, so some will kill it for that reason. I often hear, “Don’t kill those, they eat mosquitos.” The crane fly is either killed for being a “mosquito” or protected based on misinformation about its […]Continue reading “Crane Flies — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”