A few weeks ago my camera was stolen. The violation that I felt was a bit muted deal to the fact that it forced me to crack open my new camera and actually begin learning how to use it.
Conveniently, my friend Curtis Love, a member of our staff team from Jo’burg, wanted to send out postcards to potential donors as a part of his fundraising efforts. Here’s a bit of our early evening together standing on trains:
How do you synthesize a year into 6 images? Bryan Ward asked us to reflect upon this impossible feat this morning in our Conversation, and then gave us an hour to pick a person, a thought, or an image (Of course I chose images!) to symbolize the year. It was a surprisingly difficult, yet meaningful task for me to complete! Much could be written about these images, and the stories behind the stories that the photos themselves tell, but that can come later. This is, in fact, a series dedicated to letting images tell the stories that words usually convey!
CONTENDING, PART II
(Or: How does one reflect positively on a negative image of Christ?)