This is just sort of a random list of websites with great resources, products, people that are our favorite things. They are not in any particular list. We put them up as we feel inspired. Enjoy and be blessed! xoxo
The beautiful photographs on this site are from an amazing photographer, Trey Ratcliff, who was the first person to get one of his HDR photographs into the Smithsonian. I love his artistic photographs. I’ve blended several photographs because I enjoy super-creative art, but you can check out his normal stuff on his site. (That’s him on the left.) http://www.stuckincustoms.com.
Check out his over 800 beautiful photographs from all over the world on the link above. His HDR Photography site has beautiful photos you can use on your blog as long as you give credit where credit is due. Trey Ratcliff is the photographer. He has an inexpensive course on how to learn HDR photography. Really amazing and fun. If you love HDR photography, you should absolutely take his course.
Now Ladies, don’t take this photo below literally. We don’t want any unhappy comments. But it’s got some cool words on it.
This site is great for studying the Bible, which I highly recommend you do. There are a lot of different versions of the Bible as well as an Audio Bible option. The Bible is very interesting and fun to read if you really dig into it.
If you’re a visual person and sort of techno-nerd like me, you’ll love this. This is just too awesome for words. The Bible comes to life with photos and timelines and you can add your own notes or journals inside the application. You’ll never get bored or uninterested because the platform is very engaging. There’s a free version and a more advanced version.
Mama Maggie: http://www.stephenschildren.org/
I attended an event where Mama Maggie spoke, (Cairo’s Mother Teresa) and I’ve never been so moved by a woman’s presence. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize this year. Her organization serves 27,000 families each week.
Erwin McManus, My Like-Minded Brother in Christ
Erwin Raphael McManus is an author, speaker, activist, filmmaker and innovator who specializes in the field of developing and unleashing personal and organizational creativity, uniqueness, innovation and diversity. In other words, he gets bored really easily.
He is committed to creating environments that expand imagination, unleash creativity, and maximize the creative potential in every individual and organization. Erwin is also the catalyst behind Awaken. Convinced that the world is changed by dreamers and visionaries, Awaken serves the purpose of history by maximizing the divine potential in every human being.
Jews for Jesus: http://www.jewsforjesus.org/
These Jews believe Jesus was the Messiah. Go there to find out why.