Free Course:
Faith and Photography

Rev. Steven D. Martin describes photography as “the art everyone can do.”

  Over the course of 35 years as an avid photographer, Steve has come to embrace photography as a spiritual discipline, a way of seeing things that normally go unseen.  

His work from Standing Rock, Charlottesville, Hebron, events in Washington, DC., and some of the most beautiful travel destinations has been published worldwide.

Join Steve for a four-week online course that will improve your skills and invite you into a way of seeing the world that is transformative and profoundly spiritual. 

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Beginning October 5th

8pm ET | 5pm PT

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See things. Differently.

Rev. Steven D. Martin is a pastor and communicator who has produced films for public television, worked on Capitol Hill, stood face-to-face with Nazis in Charlottesville, and has selfies with Morgan Freeman, Bernie Sanders, Ted Danson, and Katie Couric, to name a few.

In four interactive and informative sessions, you will learn skills that will not only improve your photography, but change the way you look at everything around you, every day of your life. This course will include fun assignments along with interactive Zoom sessions; it is open to - and beneficial for - veteran photographers and smartphone users alike.

Steve's photo, taken in Charlottesville, VA on August 12, 2017, was published on the cover of the Christian Century and in newspapers and magazines around the world.

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