More about me.
I graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan and fumbled for years through what I call my post college, lost soul, adventure phase (heard that on TV) trying to figure out my place—my purpose—in this world. It wasn't until I was 28 that I gave up the fight and gave in to all the ways the Lord had been pursuing me. I let His love completely reform my lifestyle; I was changed from being free-spirited to free-souled.
How did Earth Psalm Photography begin?
I not only found my purpose in this world, but learned my mission. I wanted to use my talents [1 Peter 4:10] to help the sick and hungry [1 John 3:17-18]. So I took the things I was passionate about, tied them in a knot, stamped it with a dream label, then followed it in prayerful pursuit.
Mission work has had a place in my heart since I was a little girl. Watching my daddy come and go from Central America, risking his life (oh, so literally) to fulfill his calling to help physically and spiritually hungry people. I learned at a young age that tears could accompany affections other than sorrow.
As much as I'd love to say that my commitment to Missions is totally selfless, that wouldn't be the truth. Committing my work to the Father helps keep my wandering heart grounded in His will. It purposefully and consistently draws me back to Him, even when I feel distant. It helps me to remember that this place isn't where my treasures are. I don't ever want to forget that this world is not my home.
I would like to personally invite you to join me on my journey.