The Potter

The Potter

I was sitting in my office and took out Play-Doh as I was thinking about this last weekend. Play-Doh is the easiest to move and mold when it is new. It is more likely to stay put when you’ve had it a while. As I was molding this clay in my hands I was reminded of the...
What Does It Mean to Be Compassionate?

What Does It Mean to Be Compassionate?

Compassion has been the theme of conversation for the last several weeks. What does it mean to be compassionate? Do my actions set me apart or am I nice like the average person? The dictionary defines compassion as, sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress...
Squealing (New) Tires

Squealing (New) Tires

Last week I got two new tires before my trip down to Austin for a friend’s wedding. No pressing matter or unusual problem, just run-of-the-mill maintenance. I drove down to Austin, had a great time celebrating a new union in Christ and drove back to Dallas. On my...
A Young Fisherman’s Tale

A Young Fisherman’s Tale

My dad would always take me to Shady Lakes, an amateur’s playground if you will- enclosed ponds to fish in, but still for a 5-year-old, the world was my pond. One summer my dad managed to convince my mom to come with us, a whole family outing, but we had no idea what...
Revelations in the mundane

Revelations in the mundane

I have been climbing now since June. The action of climbing a route requires strength, perseverance, critical thinking and trust in oneself; three of which I started this process with. Can you guess which one I didn’t have? It was probably the most foundational piece,...