The Road IV

Desmond During World War II, sixteen million men and around three hundred fifty thousand women took up uniforms and fought across Europe, Africa, Asia, and the oceans of the world. Out of these, four hundred and thirty-one were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, the highest award given to those in the armed services. ButContinue reading “The Road IV”

The Road III

Getting Packed: The Image of Christ Imitation My father’s uncle, Burl, was an avid hunter and fisherman. He spent most of his free time either chasing animals through woods or chasing fish through the water. As a little kid, I heard stories of how he and his best friend, who was my grandfather on theContinue reading “The Road III”

The Road II

Being Formed | Jeremiah 18:1-6 Throwing Pots Richard Black was the middle school art teacher at Stewart Middle School, a large, serious man with the critical eye of a collector or curator. I learned more about art and aesthetic in three years of being in that classroom than I did at anytime outside of itContinue reading “The Road II”