When we lose sight of things, particularly when we lose sight of things that our parents or grandparents held onto securely, we look back on them and often say, "we have lost the art of _______". Why do we say that? How have we come to understand things of the past as art forms? It seems to be a matter of perspective. We have not lost the art, we have simply lost the discipline in seeing it as art.Read More
I am slightly behind in my updating and I apologize for that but sometimes life is just too busy and unexpected to work out the way you plan. However, today is a new day and I am making time to put this down.
This past Sunday I had an amazing privilege; I was part of a team of more than 20 people that took part in one way or another in the 2016 Aspire Harrisburg Marathon. Through the details, I had missed the deadline to sign up to run in a relay with others. What I did not miss though was the opportunity to be a part of that team. I went along as - you guessed it - the photographer.Read More
Togo. West Africa. 2 weeks. There and back again. What a trip!
On July 21, I left for Togo, West Africa via AirFrance. Landing on July 22, I was exhausted but excited. I absolutely love Africa so I was very excited to be back on the continent. My first week was a survey trip, designed to allow me to meet missionaries, see ministries, and get a "lay of the land" so to speak. This week would be influential in helping me to formulate ideas for what is to come in my new ministry in Africa as a media specialist.Read More