I am changing the format of the podcast a little bit. The new format will be mix of talking about what I am reading and special guest.

Right now I am reading Timothy Keller’s Prayer. I listened to the audio book and it was go good that bought a hard copy so I could study through it. I want to pass on my learnings and thoughts about prayer. I will be starting that soon.

My next special guest will be Rev. Timothy Polley from Dry Ridge Christian Church in Dry Ridge, Kentucky. Tim moved to Dry Ridge in July of 2018 and also serve as the Sheriff Chaplain for The Grant County Sheriff’s Office. The topic will be the importance of Law Enforcement Chaplaincy and The Church working together.

Rev. Terry Pollard will be returning to the podcast to talk about leadership and the church. Terry is a pastor in the United Methodist Church of the Iowa Annual Conference. He has served for over 39 years in varied ministry responsibilities as a senior pastor, Bible college associate professor, denominational editor-in-chief, denominational magazine editor, free-lance writer, Sunday school curriculum editor and writer and Christian school administrator. Along with serving as a pastor in the United Methodist Church, he has also pastored in the Church of God (Holiness), The Wesleyan Church, and The Fellowship of Bible Churches – having served churches in Washington, Louisiana, Alabama, Missouri, and Iowa.  He has also trained pastors, teachers, and community leaders nationally and internationally. He and his wife, Diana, reside in Des Moines, Iowa, and are the parents of five married children who have blessed them with sixteen grandchildren. Presently, Terry serves as part-time pastor of First United Methodist Church in Colfax, IA. He also serves as Regional Coordinator for The FAMiLY Leader based in Urbandale, Iowa – working specifically with the Church Ambassador Network of FAMiLY Leader.   


  • * Not all the special guests mentioned above are a confirmed guest.  These are guests that I hope to get on the All Things Church Podcast.