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SneakPeek Senior #Photography

A lot of people know I’m a passionate photographer. I decided to send my son out to get his photos taken instead by another professional. I couldn’t be happier how these came out. I can’t wait to see the rest of the photos. Lisa ( The photographer ) did an amazing job 🙂 This is […]

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5 issues to be addressed in Premarital Counseling

Planning your wedding is stressful enough, but it’s a piece of buttercream-frosted cake compared to the day-to-day reality of actual marriage. Indeed, so often couples get caught up with everything involved in prepping for their Big Day and romanticizing the concept of marriage that they forget to (or don’t realize that they should) address all […]

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{Wordless} Wednesday with my favorites from 2010 

These are just a few of my favorites of 2010 as a lover of the photography profession I got the privilege to experience what it was like to photograph a bride at her most special day and do a Photoshoot of a this beautiful little girl that her natural was what made her perfect. My […]

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Marriage: The Final Frontier

   Marriage: The Final Frontier What is it about human nature? Our ability to appreciate the majestic is only rivaled by one thing: our ability to grow bored with it. In 1961, President John Kennedy challenged the United States to put a man on the moon. Throughout that decade, the American public had an insatiable […]

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Drifting in Marriage 

    Drifting in Marriage Good marriages are like a relaxing canoe ride when the winds are calm and the lake water is as smooth as glass. You just have to be careful you don’t drift. One year, while working as a camp counselor, Craig Jutila grabbed a canoe for a quiet afternoon on the lake. […]

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“Till death do us part.” 

   “So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”” ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭19:6‬ ‭ Commitment Traditional marriage vows include the phrase, “Till death do us part.” Unfortunately, these words have become something of a ceremonial cliché rather than a statement of deep commitment to God and […]

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