One of the guys that we had the pleasure of meeting and hanging out with was Amos. “Famous Amos” we called him.
People keep asking me, “What was your favorite part of being in Kenya?” The answer to the question is easy: It’s the people.
Today’s photo from Kenya is Pastor Elijah addressing our team. His brother, Pastor Boniface, is standing off to the side.
Each day in February I will be posting a photo from Kenya 2023. This is a shot that I took overlooking East Africa’s Great Rift Valley. What a stunningly beautiful land God has created!
To wrap up my “Favorite Photos of 2022”, it only seems right to include this photo I took of the American flag waving over the courthouse in downtown Wooster.
I couldn’t do a “Favorite Photos of 2022” without including a selfie of the Cheesy Grits!
Today’s favorite photo of 2022 was taken while I was sitting in the back of a boat while our daughters enjoyed a round of tubing on Portage Lake.
One of our favorite places to visit each summer is Little Eden Camp in Onekama, MI.
My good friend Luke Long invited me to come lead worship and speak for his “CauseCampNW” mission trip this past year. While the youth were off praying and connecting with the Father, I pulled my camera out and quickly snapped this photo.
Coby, Cody, Cory, Garrett, Tyler… if you find the rock—you’re welcome.
This photo reminds me of the adventure that awaits us as we say “YES” to Jesus!
What kind of adventure do you sense Him calling you in to this year?!
What are you going to do with your feet today? Where are you going to let them take you?
One night while we were in North Topsail Beach a huge storm rolled in. It was actually rather fun to watch. The sky turned an eery pinkish purple and the clouds became quite ominous.
“What’s in your hands?” Moses had a stick. Samson had a jawbone. David had a sling. The disciples had fish and bread. The Apostle Paul had a pen and paper.
Today’s favorite photo from 2022 was a family portrait that we took on the beach at North Topsail Beach.
If you have never been to Sight & Sound, you really should check it out. The theater is amazing, the workers are fantastic, and the performances are incredible!