Today, the 21st (the beginning of the Earth Day festivities in Austin), we went to the Austin Farmer’s Market at Republic Square downtown. We had been wanting to take the bus as a family into downtown and get some exercise plus get the chance to meet people and see the city from a different perspective. [...]
Hopefully, you see in these writings a man who is staying The Course and pursuing The Path amidst the pitfalls and selfish ways of being a son of Adam. I pray earnestly that my writing would encourage some of you by showing you that this journey - though arduous and sometimes tragic - is a journey of great satisfaction. A satisfaction greater than our greatest imaginings. The trials and refining fire of tribulation are to be recognized as a small shadow of the suffering of our Savior so that we can rejoice, as Peter and the disciples did, to be counted worthy to suffer for the sake of the Name.