Neglecting The Mirror — BP’s Fuel For Thought

A gray-haired old lady was a longtime member of her community and church. After services one Sunday morning, she shook hands with the minister. “That was a wonderful sermon,” she told him, “Just wonderful. Everything you said applies to someone I know” (Bits & Pieces, November, 1989, p. 19). At times we have developed the bad […]Continue reading “Neglecting The Mirror — BP’s Fuel For Thought”

The Entertainer And The Executioner — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Neal Pollard They were born within four days of each other, both on the European continent. Both adored their mothers and resented their drunken fathers. Both grew up knowing real poverty. Both were incredibly intense and ambitious. Both were mesmerizing performers who commanded crowds. Both sported the same, strange mustache and bore a striking resemblance. […]Continue reading “The Entertainer And The Executioner — The Preacher Pollard Blog”

What It Takes To Follow Jesus — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard Luke moves from a sample of Jesus’ teaching and work in the synagogues to His teaching and work among the common people in Luke 5:1-11. For the first time, in Luke five, we see individuals responding to His teaching by following Him. Though Luke only identifies one […]Continue reading “What It Takes To Follow Jesus — The Preacher Pollard Blog”