“Aliens” — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Friday’s Column: Brent’s Bent Brent Pollard An older internet meme, originating in 2010, features Giorgio A. Tsoukalos from the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens program.1 As Tsoukalos believes ancient astronauts visited our planet in our distant antiquity, he often speaks enthusiastically about how such extraterrestrial visitors interacted with our remote ancestors. Hence, a screenshot of Tsoukalos from Ancient Aliens sporting […]Continue reading ““Aliens” — The Preacher Pollard Blog”

What Families Need. Yours, Too. — Looking at All Things Biblically

There are a lot of different parenting styles out there. Helicopter parents hover over their kids to protect them from life, essentially preventing them from developing risk-assessment skills. Tiger parents are authoritarian and maintain ridiculous expectations to drive their kids toward success, while their opposites—known as elephant parents—nurture emotional connections and prize encouragement and support. […]Continue reading “What Families Need. Yours, Too. — Looking at All Things Biblically”

Hang Up And Talk — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard Picture this scene: a group of friends all sitting in a circle and talking. However, they are not talking to each other, they are talking to a completely different set of friends. On top of that, they are communicating through text messaging and not through verbal means. All ofContinue reading “Hang Up And Talk — The Preacher Pollard Blog”

Written on Our Hearts — Life and Favor (Job 10:12)

By Janelle Pollard Most of my life, I’ve heard that I should be memorizing Scripture. From Bible class teachers, parents, college professors, and more. Some Scriptures you hear and read so much, you don’t have to work to memorize it. You already know it. It’s already written on your heart. And if you’ve used the […]Continue reading “Written on Our Hearts — Life and Favor (Job 10:12)”

5 Buckets For Life — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard We would all like to improve in many ways, but many of us are also well aware of the flaws we feel are holding us back. Those shortcomings tend to get in the way, slow us down, or even prevent us from achieving the quality of life that we desire. While […]Continue reading “5 Buckets For Life — The Preacher Pollard Blog”