Timothy WillardComment

Timothy WillardComment
  All hail King @mondocoffee … and yes that IS the Brazilian machete I brought back from the Amazon when I was 17. Having all your “things” sardined unto a little cube gives one great perspective: it’s not what you own, it’s what you to and who you do it with. Thanks to Pastor Jon, @austinmckinnis and his Pops, and the formidable mover-man @bwmiller  for helping me cram all this in!! ;)

All hail King @mondocoffee … and yes that IS the Brazilian machete I brought back from the Amazon when I was 17. Having all your “things” sardined unto a little cube gives one great perspective: it’s not what you own, it’s what you to and who you do it with. Thanks to Pastor Jon, @austinmckinnis and his Pops, and the formidable mover-man @bwmiller for helping me cram all this in!! ;)

Timothy Willard loves to sit with his wife by the bonfire and make up stories about Tom the Backyard-Badger for his three lovely daughters. When he's not carving up the Appalachian Mountains on his Salsa El Mariachi, you can find him busy writing a book, collaborating on a book, or reading a book written by someone dead and gone. Timothy studied beauty in the works of C.S. Lewis under theologian Alister McGrath. The author of five books, including Veneer: Living Deeply in a Surface Society (Zondervan), Timothy is currently finishing The Life-Changing Adventure of Chasing Beauty (Eerdmans, 2019), preparing his doctoral thesis for publication, and trying to find a publisher for his first novel The Tempest and the Bloom. He lives somewhere in the south Charlotte woods.