Just returned from For the Love Workshop and now i’m back to home sweet home. I can’t stop thinking about the amazing, spiritual, fun, photography filled week we all shared together. So many close friendships were made this past week. Connections formed so fast since we had more than photography in common, we had God.
I wasn’t sure what to expect going into the week, but it was everything I needed. Just to stand still in life is so powerful. This week, life slowed. We were surrounded by the calm of the snowy outdoors and stopped to spend time with the lord. He is so powerful and moved in so many of our lives. He knew that I needed to find close christian connections in my life and I found that this week. Not only amazing people that will be friends, but photographers. People who are going through the same struggles and who can help answer questions and support you when you need. Two people actually realized that they wanted to give up their photography business to become a pastor and the other a missionary. Lauren Clark realized that she wasn’t being fulfilled from shooting weddings anymore and plans to change her focus to portraits. Amazing….
Thank you so much to Ginny Corbett for all of her hard work to make this week possible. This workshop was felt deeply by each and everyone of us. Thank you to Lauren Clark and Erik Clausen for taking the time out of their schedules to be there with us to teach us about photography and business and worship with us.
If you are thinking about attending For the Love Workshop, just go! Combining a photography with a spiritual focus was the best decision I could have made. A weight has been lifted from me and I have a much clearer sense of direction for my business. And its like going to camp again where you get delicious home cooking, make new friends, stay up late and have fun all day. The lord will clear your path and show you the way while you are there.
Stay tuned for photos of the week!