Night of Worship with Christ Chapel and News Teaser!

I’ll be doing a minor overhaul of my website as I’ll be assuming a new role very soon with a ministry that I absolutely adore, but for now I’d like to share some of the beauty of the body of Christ at Christ Chapel Spring Hill.

Last night was an evening of thankfulness and fellowship and love with the congregation I’m so proud to serve and so blessed to be a part of.

Praise be to Christ. Looking forward to the next one.

If you’d like to join us for our Sunday services and community events, please visit http://christchapelspringhill.com and see how you can participate.

Easter

The thing that I love about photography is that it allows me to relive a moment when I was able to experience a piece of art so magnificent that it couldn’t be replicated with paint or even computer engineering. It is a caught ray of light in a world of din and gray–like a firefly that seeks shelter indoors during a storm.

Tomorrow we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ–a commemoration of a real historical event that renders us (Christians) close to bursting with jubilee. Whereas we remember it as the pinnacle of God’s saving grace and love for us, others see it as a glorious hoax. Millennia have been spent arguing the theology and historicity of a carpenter who claimed to be God during the Roman occupation of the western world, and no matter how strong the argument, ultimately it’s up to the individual to choose to believe or not.

I cannot help but believe. The rocks cry out in evidence. The more I study nature and try to capture its glory, the more I am convinced that not only is there a God, but there is a God who loves us dearly. Over a decade of personal theological study aside, I hear the sound of a waterfall and the songs of birds and it makes me want to sing too. Had I never cracked open a history book or read up on world views and systematic theology, I would still have looked upon a sunset and felt in my heart and someone designed it for us.