Parker County Today April 2018 - Page 27

nation wide! speak Spanish and Portuguese. PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give?  AC: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Edmund Burke... I would add, so make the most of every opportunity you have to make a difference for good and trust God with the results. (Speak up for those who cannot speak for them- selves; ensure justice for those being crushed.  Proverbs 31:8) PCT: What would you most like to be remembered for?  CL: I’d like to be known for being a good husband and father and point- ing people to Christ. PCT:  What is the most interesting thing you have ever done in your life?  AC: Worked in cardiac telemetry. Caleb Lain Caleb is the Worship Pastor at North Side Baptist Church. PCT: How did you get into your occupation?  CL: I’ve loved music since I was young, but after studying it in college I was done – or so I thought. Opportunities to lead worship kept coming my way, so I finally embraced the fact that it was God’s calling on my life. WISD Art and Photography Teacher, a painter and a sculptor PCT: If you had to do another job than what you’re doing, what would you do?  CL: I’d love to be a travel blogger/ photographer and document some of the more remote and difficult parts of the world. PCT: What is your impact to Parker County?  CL: I’ve been leading worship at my church for 10 years now, but I would hope my biggest impact would be in the lives of the individuals I’ve connected with. I’ve spent much of my time mentoring young people in this community and I believe those kinds of connections are much more valuable and lasting than what I do on stage from week to week. PCT: What is your definition of the best day ever? CL:  Being with my family – some- where outdoors. PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give?  CL: Get over yourself. I’ve learned from personal experience that when I’m concerned with getting my way or winning arguments, life is a constant struggle. If I spend my time and energy loving others and serving them, life is so much more enjoyable. PCT: What is the most interesting thing you have ever done in your PCT: How did you get into your occupation? DB: I came to my profession by a combo of circumstance and love of art.  I was living in New York with my toddler and worked for the Painter’s Union.  I wanted more time with my son and teaching gave me the ability to have the same schedule as well as making art every day. PCT: What is your favorite novel? DB: I love to read but Stephen King’s Insomnia is always one of my favor- ites. I just love how he paints the characters into people you care for. PCT: What do you do to decompress? DB: Treadmill-I don’t run, but I’m happy at full incline. I also love to travel. It may not always be relaxing, but I always return recharged. PCT: What is something people don’t know about you? DB: I love calendars, the big office kind. I have a whole bag of highlight- ers, sharpies and love to make to-do lists for each month and have done that since I was a kid. Also, most PCT: What is something people don’t know about you?  CL: Most people probably don’t know that when I was younger I learned to Diane Bolinger PCT: What do you do to decompress?  CL: I love going to the Holland Lake Trail. It’s the perfect place to go if I want to get a run in, or if I just want to take a walk and clear my Z[ Y[H[]H[][HۙKZ]\][܈XYB\ܞK[]O\\HY]Y\[ۋX]\B\H\HX[K]\[[^BYHx&YݙH]ۈ]YBوH][YXY\وH ˂\\[]X[[X]HY[\X[X^H܈\ܝ\ܞH8$x&YݙH]HHX[[\[[›وHܛ]][YH[]\Y\\ܛ^KYOY\YHH[HYX\[[H8$[[[و^H[YB][HY&]][XZ‘[\ Z[[[][ۜ\][HHHY\[[XYH[[\H\ۙHوH[[[[˜[[\\[[x&]HۙK