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Day 9 - Finally Getting Back to This

Wow – did I get way behind or what? My apologies for that. Life has not necessarily been normal around here and with my oldest son’s wedding coming up, things have been… 514 more words

Writing

FEED YOUR 5,000 - 2013 30 Hour Famine Campaign

In my seven years of writing for World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine, the 2013 campaign theme was by far my favorite, from the beautiful simplistic design (simple design is always the hardest) to the copy itself. 229 more words

World Vision

RELEASE THE FEAST - 2014 30 Hour Famine Campaign

When writing the 2014 Campaign/Theme/Anthem, I focused on infusing a great energy into this great invitation. Enjoy~

“GO QUICKLY INTO THE STREETS AND ALLEYS OF THE TOWN AND INVITE THE POOR, THE CRIPPLED, THE BLIND, AND THE LAME.” —LUKE 14:21 (NLT) 413 more words

Campaigns

MAKE IT YOUR FIGHT - 2015 30 Hour Famine Campaign

This was the theme and anthem I wrote for World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine 2015 Campaign. The theme was used as elements all through the writing of the 2015 materials (event guide, ads, mailers..nearly 50 different projects), but this was the catalyst to inspire leaders and students alike. 255 more words

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Butt bones and 40 Hr famine

The butt bone part is just cozz iv been limping around all day and it sounds funny.

But for the more important news. Im doing the 40 hour famine this weekend, starting tomorrow but since its long weekend, mum will make sure i eat properly after. 58 more words

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Wilmington Church's 30-Hour Famine Raises $7,000 (And Lots of Ramen)

WILMINGTON, MA — According to its Twitter page, this weekend’s 30-Hour Famine at the Wilmington United Methodist Church raised more than $7,000, plus more than 5,500 servings of Ramen noodles which will be donated to local food pantries. 95 more words

Photo Of The Day

"A Lover's Lenten Lament"

Theme: Even in the face of great challenge, God’s love for us strengthens us and encourages us in our faithfulness to God, and inspires our love for others. 157 more words

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