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Now that the summer has come, I’m back in the studio at Drury Univerisity working on sculpture this semester. I’ve had some time to figure out my purpose for my art and better communicate why I do what I do. … Continue reading
I recently redesigned the Kaspar Photography Website…check it out: http://www.KasparPhotography.com I worked hard on the new look, but my favorite addition is the testimonial section as well as a better gallery interface.
Motorcycle Wrecks Alright, I have another confession to make…I was driving a moped and I didn’t have a wreck…but I did see blood. So here we were in Turkey with nothing to do. “Lets rent mopeds!” We went to renter, … Continue reading
Tattoos Alright, so I have a confession to make. I didn’t get a tattoo while I was in Greece…but I gave a few! (Sharpie ones of course). The photo below has a plethora of symbolic significance to it. if you … Continue reading
I hope my parents don’t read this post (just kidding). So while in Greece and Turkey, we had some rather rebellious experiences. Here are the worst, and by worst, I mean best, of them: Graffiti Graffiti defined the university campuses … Continue reading
While in Greece, I had the marvelous opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Paul and visit the very places he visited, taught, and wrote to. Seeing these places brought them to life because I have been intently studying these books the last few years. For this post, I have nothing profound to write, I would just like to share some pictures of the places we visited. Continue reading
I have the phenomenal opportunity to travel with some close friends to Ioannina, Greece to share the gospel in word and in deed for five weeks. I’ll be out of touch, and I’m so excited about this opportunity to love … Continue reading
“We cannot effectively lead others unless we are first being led by God.”
This painting was completed as a conglomerate piece by ARTISTS during one of our art nights where we hang out and play music, paint and draw together. For some funny reason, ARTISTS as a whole has been painting and drawing … Continue reading
I am Israel. The history of Israel (read Judges) is a roller-coaster ride of the people fervently dedicating their lives to God, then turning their back on Him and worshiping idols. As a result of their sin, things got bad…when … Continue reading
Shall I go to war?
Answer in authoritative tone.
Shall I take up this sword? Continue reading
As leaders for Christ, we need to be focused and purposeful with the limited time and resources given to us. Continue reading
What’s Going on? I am about to restructure my blog to include not just video, but photos, stories, poetry and my thoughts on life. Specifically pertaining to written aspect of this blog, I am about to gradually begin posting things … Continue reading