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Why These Are Exciting Times

Neal Pollard I am filled with a tremendous sense of optimism that is not generated by politics, current events, the media, the economy, or any other worldly thing.  Neither am I fueled by some Pollyanna spirit.  Yet, I cannot shake … Continue reading

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MR. OBAMA’S EXAMPLE OF LEADERSHIP

Neal Pollard As one who grows less political each day, I have hesitated to write anything that would look partisan or otherwise politically divisive.  The answer to man’s biggest problems starts with neither “R” nor “D” but rather “J” and … Continue reading

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HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE LONESOME LEADER?

Neal Pollard He feels displeasure. An event usually triggers this. He reacts to the behavior or problems of another through negative emotion. An element of disbelief or disappointment may be the catalyst for his displeasure. He feels disfavored. He may … Continue reading

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HE WAS THEIR CAPTAIN

              Neal Pollard It has been suggested that the Psalms where David appears most anxious were written from the Cave of Adullam. His time there represented one of the deepest valleys of his life. … Continue reading

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THE SWISS PARAGUAYAN

Neal Pollard Moises’ Bertoni’s story is fascinating.  Born in Switzerland in 1857, son of a renowned lawyer, Bertoni was an idealist and an adventurer whose scientific passions took him first to Brazil and ultimately to Paraguay, where he and his … Continue reading

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