Metaphorically speaking, when the Master Potter removes us, His prized creations, from the potter’s wheel and takes us out of the fire, our life of service begins. In that life of service, things happen that crack and break us. What happens then? How are we put back together again? To help answer these questions, kintsugi, a Japanese traditional method of pottery repair, offers a unique way to examine the reality of brokenness in the life of a believer in Jesus. In addition to perspectives on brokenness, discover the extraordinary correlation between the three types of kintsugi repair, and the work of the Holy Spirit. We have an eternity of being put back together to look forward to! As we wait for that day, we exist to point others in need of repair to the Master Potter.