Monday’s Column: Neal at the Cross Neal Pollard It’s something they never tell you in the romantic movie. The ending of the storyline so full of twists and turns, where he and she might not have ended up together but seemed destined to be together, is so happy and perfect. Both are all smiles, with stars […]

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Friday’s Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard Death Valley. The very name is foreboding. Yet, Death Valley is the home to an extraordinary phenomenon known as “sailing rocks.” On the border of California and Nevada, there is a section of the Death Valley National Park called the Racetrack Playa. It is a dry riverbed. Why is […]

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Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard Nothing is worse than washing your hands only to find that there aren’t any more paper towels. A paper towel roll with no towels is completely worthless. You can’t dry your hands with the roll (trust me I’ve tried), and you’re left feeling grumpy as you wipe your hands on […]

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Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard I’m a big fan of old fashioned lighting, especially old kerosene lanterns because they’re simple. I went to light one of my lanterns and the flame wouldn’t stay alive for more than a few seconds. I thought, “Maybe the vent is covered in carbon and there isn’t enough oxygen […]

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Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Six hundred years before Christ would make His providential appearance, a righteous man finds himself in captivity. While exiled, Ezekiel, was able to witness the spirit of God in a very intimate way (Ezekiel 1). Even so, he was still living under the thumb of the Babylonians like every other Israelite […]

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The coroner checked for Walter Williams’ heartbeat. Nothing. He was soon pronounced dead. The funeral home workers were preparing to embalm him when he suddenly began to move. Walter was very much alive. Walter’s nephew, Eddie Hester, recounted, “I stood there and watched them put him in a body bag and zip it up. That […]

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