In January of 2012, I traveled to Ethiopia with a group of men and women from across the U.S. to learn what God was doing in the country and discover how we may join the fight. Over the span of the 11-day trip, this is what the team learned about God and themselves.
In 2001, Gary and Peggy Ifft lived in Bloomington, IL. They had normal jobs, a normal home, a normal life. Then God called them out of the normal and into His mission.
I created this one minute spot to promote Open Doors’ Five Minute Challenge.
I spent a fall weekend hanging out with my daughter in the front lawn. This is what she chose to do with her time. Man, I love her.
In the fall of 2011, I traveled to Haiti with a group of men and women from Quincy, Illinois to learn about the culture and love on the people. Over the span of the 10-day mission trip, I documented what we saw and what God was showing us.
This is my daughter’s sixth birthday party. This year’s theme was Rock and Roll…hence the dyed hair, tattoos and sense of complete disarray.
A frazzle auteur struggles to shoot the climactic scene of his self-proclaimed, martial arts masterpiece. This short was filmed over the span of five days in the middle of nowhere (and I really mean that).
These greeting cards were developed from long lost family photos that I found collecting dust in grandmother’s attic. I thought it would be a shame to let them go to waste, so here they are for the world to see.