Friday’s Column: Brent’s Bent Brent Pollard For practitioners of Japan’s True Pure Land Buddhism, one desires to enter the pure land upon death. In so doing, he could bypass our corrupt world and enter the western paradise where he could quickly achieve nirvana. Conversely, True Pure Land Buddhism has a hellish alternative in which souls […]

Calling On And Looking To Jesus — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard In Psalm 19:14, David says, “May the words of my mouth be acceptable in your sight.” Knowing that the author of scripture is God Almighty, David hopes that the words he speaks would be impacted by his knowledge of the Law. Shouldn’t we long for the same thing as Christians? […]

God Owns My Mouth — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Word Gary Pollard Today’s article may be a little chaotic. It’s about something not well-defined or understood, and its solution is unknown to me. This article will hopefully serve as a target; it’d be good to have lots of Christian minds brainstorming solutions to this issue. Just about everyone’s had THE virus. […]

Bring Your Thinking Cap — The Preacher Pollard Blog

There sits what could quite possibly be the softest, cutest, and most lovable stuffed animal ever to exist.  You insert a couple of shiny quarters and the exciting 20-seconds countdown begins. The claw begins to move at your command. You check your angle on the prize from the front, then from each side. You meticulously […]

The Claw Machine Game — BP’s Fuel For Thought

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard Though scripture doesn’t say, you can be sure David’s sheep had no idea how lucky they were to have a shepherd like him. They were just sheep after all. How could they fully appreciate the extent that David went to in order to keep them safe? Before this begins […]

Sheep, Love The Shepherds — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Unlike physical maturity, spiritual maturity is not something that develops with age. Unless a person has some kind of medical issue, they will naturally grow and develop over time. Spiritual maturity is quite different. It is not tied to age, intelligence, ability, or emotional development. I’ve known young people who are very mature and wise […]

Two Keys to Spiritual Maturity — Looking at All Things Biblically

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard When I was in elementary school, we had a teacher who taught us how to properly write a letter. Miss Crews, my fourth grade teacher, told us it included the heading, greeting, body, complimentary closing, and signature. Isn’t it interesting what we retain (or fail to retain) […]

“Dear church…” — The Preacher Pollard Blog