where the wind comes sweeping down the planes: a photo essay

I spent two weeks in central Oklahoma at the end of July leading disaster relief trips. That time came to mean more to me than I ever thought possible.

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All photos taken with an iPhone 4. Edited with Instagram or iPhoto. 

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2 thoughts on “where the wind comes sweeping down the planes: a photo essay

  1. I saw God morph anguish into joy during my 10 days here … beauty from ashes, curses into blessings, and pain into passion. Amazing. But I never doubted that He could bring joy from such devastation. That’s MY God!

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