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I love the word “hope.” Just saying the word “hope” aloud makes me hopeful. I’ve been blessed to be able to travel a bit. Often, I put Scripture quotes on my photography and share them on social media. Here’s some of them that reflect hope.

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St. James Anglican Church in Kansas City where we live and where my husband serves as bishop and rector


Two weeks after the 2004 Tsunami in South India, Tamilarisa. I used another photo of Tamilarisa for the cover of my nonfiction book: Tsunami 2004 – Still Waiting Through Waves of Hope


By our cottage on Sand Bay Point in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

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Behind my sister’s house in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

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This one is not taken by me but by my friend, Lynn Baxter, while leaving for work in the morning in Canton, Ohio


On the porch of our friends Bill and Jane Graves in Springdale, Arkansas close to our church Corpus Christi in Rogers, Arkansas


In Lourdes, France on a retreat with Father Luca and Elisa


A visit to Estes Park, Colorado while in spending time in ministry in Greeley, Colorado at St Gabriel’s Church


In Yercaud, Tamil Nadu South India, (used in scenes from my novel, Crooked Lines)


Somewhere on the road, somewhere heading west 🙂


Big Horn Mountain, Wyoming close to our church, Church of the Holy Trinity in Sheridan, Wyoming


White Cliffs of Dover, Dover, England with our friend Father Britto


on the Isle of Iona, Scotland


In Bentonville, Arkansas with my sweet son, Nick, walking the trails at Crystal Bridges


Sand Bay Point, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.

And one last verse of hope from the last book of the Bible:

“And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.”

Revelation 21:4