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MILLENNIALS LEAVING THE ESTABLISHED FOR THE CONVENIENT?

Neal Pollard I was more than a little amused to read one of the latest offerings at the offbeat online food site “Munchies” (munchies.vice.com).  While it seems to be having fun with the overkill-reporting of all movements millennial, they give … Continue reading

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Ten Important Words With Good Illustrations

Neal Pollard I–nteresting (illustrations are to grab attention or make the point memorable; beware of being one-dimensional–always quotes, poems, sports, etc.) L–asting ( the preacher joke is that you can re-preach most sermons, you’ve just got to change the illustrations.  … Continue reading

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A VISIT TO A TEEN’S RELIGIOUS WORLD

Neal Pollard I love the World War II generation and the enormous impact they have had on our nation!  Perhaps no generation has had a greater challenge since them than the one presently coming to maturity.  Last night, at Teens … Continue reading

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Teenager Follows Up Deceit With Character

Neal Pollard Of course, we do not have all the details, but I doubt that too serious of an investigation forced the 18-year-old Isaac Sprecher into a confession.  Last month, he reeled in a huge striped bass.  It was a … Continue reading

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