I love photography and learning how to improve our pictures.
Of course, all missionaries use photos to tell their stories in their prayer letters. If you’re active on social media and/or a blogger, you also know that good visuals are key for social ministry. Our culture is very visual and good images carry your message a lot further.
For today’s post, I’m suggesting you learn one new photo composition rule per month. Continue reading 12 Composition Rules to Take Your Photos to the Next Level
An (almost) exhaustive list of appreciation gifts to send to ministry partners, such as calendars, mouse pads, and more. I include links of where to find these gifts, too. Continue reading Appreciation Gifts for Ministry Partners
There is a sacredness in waiting. It crystallizes where our trust is. Will we turn to our own resources? Or will we wait, patiently, trusting God’s goodness even though we don’t see an answer? Because my hope is attached to the person of Christ, I can live in anticipation that an answer could be any day. Wonder carries that same vein of anticipation. Continue reading Advent: Waiting with Anticipation (Guest Post)
I thought I’d give you a quick glance at my 2017 posting plans for eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e). Continue reading FYI: eQuipping for eMinistry’s Posting Plan for 2017
We’ve all seen that great family shot on a Facebook cover photo, but parts of the spouse’s head are sadly missing and the children’s eyes are peeking from the bottom edge of the photo as if they were looking over a wall. I hope I can help you avoid a situation like this. Continue reading Easy Tips for Cropping Photos with Paint.net
Do you need a tablet if you have a smartphone? The short answer might be no, assuming you also own a computer, but maybe I’ll pique your interest today in the 7″ Kindle Fire, currently $49.99. Continue reading Do You Need a Tablet If You Have a Smartphone?