“Never put a scorpion in your pocket.”

Back in 2014 I was in Amman, Jordan. While there I met an extraordinary man, a retired Assyrian boxer named Azor. Azor told me that he had once boxed on the Iraqi national team...

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The pro’s and con’s of “seeing is believing”

According to the collective knowledge of Wikipedia, the idiom “seeing is believing” was first recorded in 1639, which means it had likely been in use for some time prior to that...

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To be heroic

This past week I have been reading a lot of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the French pilot and writer perhaps best known for his work, The Little Prince. At the risk of sounding like...

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How to measure a journey

This week I was clearing out some folders on one of my production computers, which, given the number of photographs that I take during an assignment, I should do much more often....

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About Us

What is The Picture Christians Project?

In the 21st century Christians are the most persecuted group in the world. Despite this fact, media coverage about who Christians are and what they need is sparse. By not showing them, the media “disappears” Christians on a global scale.

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Humanization

Humanization 

Through the use of powerful images and words, our goal is to re-humanize our brothers and sisters in Christ. Often we only “see” other people in the world as statistics or as objects in a news story. 

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What’s Next?

We are about to release our first documentary, our latest. We are, of course excited. We are even more excited about what’s coming next!

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