Tag Archives: Greece

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Photographs on Home Page

I’ve been working with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary because they found some interest in photos I took in Greece.  They ended up choosing a few of my photos on their front page and others to help describe some of their global … Continue reading

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Graffiti, Tattoos, and Motorcycle Wrecks (Part 2 of 3)

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

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Following the Apostle Paul

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

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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

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