Thursday, March 10, 2011

Caveman Becomes a Published Photo Journalist

Return to thy house, and tell how great things God hath done to thee. And he went through the whole city, publishing how great things Jesus had done to him. And it came to pass, that when Jesus was returned, the multitude received him: for they were all waiting for him. ~ Luke 8:39-40

“You are now a published photojournalist,” Byron said as he complemented my snow pictures appearing in "East County Magazine," a local news outlet with an online presence (click here to see the pictures).

This is a view to the Devil's Punchbowl, the final scene in my book, to be published on March 17th, 2011

‘You have such a way with words,’ I said. It felt so good to see my pictures published. As good as that feeling is, it pales in comparison to how I feel about launching my first memoir. I consider it my most important life's work, the beginning of a ministry I am called to initiate.

The presence of so many lost sheep in my life is no accident. The light bulb has turned on for me and I see things differently while others still live in darkness. Some lived in the light in their younger years and then something happened causing the light to burn out.

My job is to help find the light switch and convince them to turn it back on. There are people around me who can help, however, some are afraid to come out of their comfort zones. I thank the Holy Spirit for taking that fear away from me and for giving me the opportunity to publish daily all the good that Jesus is doing in my life.

Any credit for becoming published goes to the Holy Spirit and all honor and glory goes to the Father, the One who watches out for all of us without fail.


staceyrudge said...

Amen brother! Praise GOD we get to swim in his grace and mercy. I am thankful too, that sometimes light switches are glow and that he helps us find our way back home.

staceyrudge said...

glow in the dark!

Michael Mulligan said...

Stacey, Glad to welcome you to the Christian Writers Critique Group. I love your first chapters and look forward to your first published work.

Yes, I love swimming in his mercy. The waters are cool and refreshing, giving me a tingling sensation from head to toe.

I look forward to sharing my completed memoir with you SOON. Thanks for your feedback.