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A Girl Who Traveled the Globe Looking for God

 

Poignant and passionate, Atlas Girl: Finding Home in the Last Place I Thought to Look, is a very personal story by Emily Wierenga releasing July 1st through Baker Books.

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Framing Faith: Backstory Part 3

 

In a few days, Framing Faith will be making its way through the post to bookshelves, doorsteps, and whispered through the net into your hands. It’s been such a process in bringing this book to life that I cannot believe it’s really happening. Along the way, I have had questions about how the initial idea came about and what I learned about life and writing… so the next few posts

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Framing Faith: Backstory Part 2

 

In less than a week, Framing Faith will be making its way through the post to bookshelves, doorsteps, and whispered through the net into your hands. It’s been such a process in bringing this book to life that I cannot believe it’s really happening. Along the way I have had questions about how the initial idea came about and what I learned about life and writing… so the next few

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Framing Faith: Video

 

Creating anything is far from a solitary endeavor. John Lennon and Paul McCartney were on to something when they wrote “With a Little Help from My Friends.” While this may have been one of their last songs they wrote together, they both knew that life takes a village and you need help from your friends every now and then. Bringing a book to life from idea to pixels is

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Framing Faith: Backstory Part 1

 

I spend a lot of time in airports, so how fitting the seed for Framing Faith was planted while I was in one. Nothing gets your attention like waiting for a plane. You have all this time on your hands and really nothing to do so you people watch. As a photojournalist, I like to look at the finer points. Most of the time the specifics get overlooked, but in the subtle details you can find God.

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Press The Pause Button

 

Some where along the line, I have become fascinated with the idea of ‘capturing moments.’ Real, honest and authentic moments. I want to press the pause button and just cherish them. They are fleeting glimpses that make you want to hold them close and let them permeate into your heart so they can linger, before reality breaks the hold.

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Be Intentional

 

Far to many times, we indulge in online relationships more than who’s right in front of us. We need to be intentional about being in the moment. Rather than of being a servant to the machine we have created to serve us.

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