Back to blogging for 2018
I've been thinking about making a return to blogging for quite a while now. I had my fifteen minutes of blogging fame a number of years ago when I was interviewed for an article in the Washington Post titled, "Cyber Savvy Pastors." At that time I was writing several posts a week on the pertinent issues of the day and often deliberately trying to push people's buttons in an attempt to think through issues from a biblical/theological perspective. I retired that blog about six years ago and have been largely silent since then.
It is not an accident that this blog is tied to my photography website. They (whoever "they" are) say that photographers should have a blog so here's my photography blog on my photography website. If you're looking for this to be a blog discussing the technical details of the images or a storied account of photo shoots then you may be disappointed. As a pastor, who believes that God is active in all areas of our lives, it is my intention to use this photography blog to speak into the heart of the human condition from a Christian theological perspective while illustrating the conversation with the images I shoot.
There are already seven posts here on this page. They are from my series, "Created in God's image: Portrait of an immigrant" and reflect the reality that all people bear the image of God and have a story to tell that is worth listening to. My next post will be focused on an image I shot last February and will focus on the brokenness of our humanity.
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