As part of my engineering undergrad studies in the early 1990s, we examined the forces exerted on the individual components of various structures. I distinctly remember the first time we deconstructed the force vectors within the structure of a bridge. Continue reading Deconstructing meaningful conversation
My wife’s grandfather passed away this week. He was 94. He was awarded not one, but TWO Purple Hearts for his time in the European Theater of the Second World War. Continue reading Life wouldn’t be the same without death
Was the earth created in six days, or what?
My friend Ian first hooked me on Rikk Watts in late 2014, with a loan of the audio CD from Rikk’s seminar, “Knowing the Bible, Doing the Word“. I can’t hope to do justice to Rikk’s expertise in a blog post, but here’s my take on this lecture that made such a lasting impact on me.
I first met Jimmy Dorrell when I was a Baylor student, in the early 90s. I got in the habit of hanging out with the Mauldin family, Jimmy’s next-door neighbors, and their kids often played together. I spent many an afternoon on the trampoline and chasing around the neighborhood with Mauldin and Dorrell kids. Eventually the Mauldins moved, and I lost touch with the Dorrells.