TONIGHT @ MDWK!
Come get the 4.1.1. So that you can share with all of your friends the good news that is Jesus Christ!
We are excited to walk through this with each of you tonight!
Late post from baby girl's birthday dinner! One of my favorite pictures because it just shines with their personality and love. Big shoutout to my co-parent @brad.fowler.1 for always being an amazing dad and co-parent! I'm so thankful we can put aside our differences and always put the kiddos first...I know in some relationships, its not always possible..because of this, they are able to experience everything as a family and know what cooperative parenting looks like..I think this picture reflects that in their smiles and that makes me so happy. 🥰
Just wanna say I dont think I'd be the man I am today without my sister. Shes given me the hard truth when i needed it. Shes been the rock that held me down since day one. She NEVER gave up on me when I had given up on my self I'm just beyond proud and thankful to call you my sister happy bday sis @sammiavi #brotherandsister#family#bestfriends#love#birthdaywishes#homieforlife
O que significa ABBA? É mais que uma mera sigla. ABBA significa a convicção de que nosso trabalho oferece o cuidado paterno de Deus a crianças, adolescentes e jovens em situação de risco e vulnerabilidade social. Com origem aramaica, a palavra “abba” significa “pai” e é utilizada no Novo Testamento da Bíblia como uma referência a Deus como pai, especialmente numa situação de grande necessidade, como um pedido por cuidado e conforto que somente um pai ou uma mãe são capazes de dar. A partir desse conceito cristão, baseado na experiência do cuidado familiar, é que acreditamos na restauração de relacionamentos rompidos, que garantirão o suprimento das necessidades materiais, mentais, emocionais, sociais, morais e espirituais dessas crianças, adolescentes e jovens. Para saber mais, entre em contato conosco!
What does ABBA mean? It's more than merely an acronym. ABBA means the conviction that our work offers the paternal care of God to children, teenagers, and young adults in at-risk and socially vulnerable situations. Of Aramaic origin, the word "abba" means "father" and is used in the New Testament of the Bible as a reference to God as father, especially in situations of great need, such as a cry for care and comfort that only a father or mother is capable of giving. Starting from this Christian concept, based on experiences of family care, we believe in the restoration of broken relationships, to supply for the material, mental, emotional, social, moral, and spiritual needs of children, teenagers, and young adults. To know more, contact us!
Everyday we get to get strangers start a healthy life change...But once in a while when we get to help the ones closest to us. We are proud to share my (@lauren_idp) Father, Larry Simmons, progress! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU PAPI!!!
Como cuando estás triunfando en pose de diva inalcanzable y llegan a hacerte photobomb, así llegó a mi vida este batillo, hace 31 años 😂💙@vicktorrmz🦕: Ser tú hermana es una de las mejores cosas que me han pasado. Deseo que tu vida siempre esté llena de luz ✨ Te amo de aquí al infinito ¡Feliz cumpleaños! 💙🎂🦖🎉🎊 #hbd#bro
Missed today's #primetime to post, I still have some time before it hits 12 so here is today's gem of the day.
If my story today and these past few weeks have not expressed already, I HAVE BEEN IN SERIOUS #WEDDING#FEELS#MODE . My cousin got married today in the #UK so I thought I would throw it back to the last wedding I, myself, was able to partake in, in 🇬🇧. I had some people inquire as to why I covered some the faces on my profile with emojis and not others, the couple photos I have shared in the past, including this one, were always of immediate family. Knowing my family, they would not be happy to know I shared photos of them on my social media, especially photos as intimate as wedding photos (even if it is a business/photography page 😕) so my best bet to keep everyone happy and prevent any conflicts with me directly is covering their faces up with emojis so the public world hopefully cannot/does not gives nazar (evil eye) and can appreciate the photo for what it is; ya girl found a moment to capture 2 people in love moments after their wedding ceremony and did.
I wish the quality was better, I did not have a phone or device to take photos with myself, so I was using someone else's camera to do so, I'm grateful they allowed me to.
If anyone knows of a couple, preferably still in their honeymoon phase (LOL... I feel like this is when the love is MOST evident/pure... or is that solely in brown culture/ what we see between our parents? 😂), please send them my way!! I would love to photograph some newlyweds who are seeking photoshoots and would also allow me to share the photos without having to cover their beautiful faces up with emojis, Haha.
Models: Cousin brother and the sister our family gained this day 💕 | 📸: Me / @nowrinerz