God is Love.
|God is Love.And He loves. Photography exists to be an extension of that love. As my wife and I travel the world on various missions, we’ve learned just how high, how vast, how wide is the love of God for the world He created. This world needs love. What if we could get a glimpse of the love of God? What would change in our lives? In our families? In our cities? In our World? Each image found on this site serves to capture the crazy love of our Father.Every photograph purchased from our store supports the personal ministry of my wife & I. It is a tangible reminder of God’s love. You get a picture, but it may mean that my wife & I get to bring the love of God to someone in need. It may mean food for a family in Guatemala. It may mean a prostitute in Thailand gets to learn a trade and be self-sufficient. It may mean the equipping of pastors in India to bring the Gospel to their villages. Whatever the case, it is an honor and a blessing to love people for the glory of God. And we thank you for partnering with us.|
This past Saturday I had the opportunity to take part in a photography workshop entitled Create || Restore || Influence. A few months back I was really feeling the desire to improve my photography skills and take it to another level. I asked a friend of mine, Andy, who is a fantastic photographer and artist …Read more
We recently celebrated our 2nd annual trip to the mountains of North Georgia. We use this time to reconnect and cast vision for our future. I know we've only done it twice but it's been such a blessing to get away to such a beautiful place. We visited Mercier Orchard, did some hiking, had a …Read more
This is the continuation of my last post, The Aftermath Part I Now here I am, and it's October, about 8 months after our trip. For the past 7 months I've been nearly unable to motivate myself to go for a run or do any lunges or hike on an incline. But I'm fighting to …Read more
What a year it's been. Last September I trained for and completed my first half marathon. We had been invited to join a special missions team that's was scheduled to go to Nepal and hike to Everest base camp, but the trip was scheduled for November, and we were out of vacation days. We had …Read more
Well, I suppose it's time we wrap up this series from our trip to Nepal. I know I kind of wrapped it up in the last post, telling how we arrived back in Lukla, tired but rejoicing, as two of our porters accepted Christ. But here are a couple last thoughts. After leaving the Mt. …Read more