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Sat Dec 14 @09:00 - 11:30AM
Downtown Mobile Medical Clinic
Sun Dec 15 @05:00 - 08:00AM
Koinos Church
Tue Dec 17 @05:00 - 07:00AM
Mobile Clinic
Sat Dec 21 @09:00 - 11:30AM
Downtown Mobile Medical Clinic

Photography

There are some things you just have to see to fully appreciate them: the Grand Canyon, the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Colisseum in Rome, a 2 year old with a puppy and a wedding proposal in the Notre Dame Basilica on game day, just to mention a few.

There are some things you just have to see to believe: a big purple bus that delivers medical care to people who are unhoused and uninsured, professional photographers giving away portraits just in time for Christmas to people who have never had one taken, teenagers climbing into a dumpster to learn about poverty and a community event at which it's impossible to tell the difference between rich and poor, just to mention a few.

The people of LifeLine, and those with whom we collaborate and serve our city together, find ourselves in what used to be known as "Kodak Moments" (yeah, I'm old) pretty much every time we turn around. We're talking about the kinds of encounters with people and God that you want to hang onto and never forget; the kinds of things people want preserved for posterity.

God has placed gifted photographers and videographers among us. People with both an eye for the moment and the acumen to capture it. Robin "Grace is Unlimited" Charney, Shawn "The Shawn-arazzi" Kellerbauer, Amanda "Toledo Streets" Moore and Mark "Cool Media" Rodriguez (see links to all of them below) capture the LifeLine moments on film (well...digital media), and share them with us and the world.

You really just have to see it to fully appreciate it.