A photographic journey: my quest for a picture that reaches into the soul and reveals something new to each and every person!
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Friends of mine, Judy and Russ Kelly, are leaving on Saturday for a medical mission in the Dominican Republic. Judy is a nurse and has been on missions before in the United States and also in Hati. I took my camera to church today and after church, a bunch of us prayed over her. We did what is known as laying of hands. This is a biblical practice and basically it is when people place their hands on someone and pray for them. It is a very beautiful thing. I remember some of those same people laying hands on me before I went to Africa and it is a wonderful feeling having people place their hands on you and pray really hard for your safety and for your mission. Here are some pictures I got:
The decorative top of the pew with stain glass in the background.
Judy's hands, filled with the love she is bringing with her to the Dominican Republic:
The hands of three lady's, dear to my heart: Judy, Gloria and my mom:
And over all these virtues, put love, which binds them all together in perfect unity