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Photographer(s) needed to capture Hope for Leesburg evangelistic outreach on Edwards Ferry Road

06/25/2017 - Who: Hope for Leesburg
What: A twenty day tent revival to bring souls to Christ
When: Monday July 31 through Saturday August 19.
Where: 850 Edwards Ferry Road Northeast Leesburg, Virginia for meetings nightly (except Sundays) at 7 PM
Why: Volunteer opportunity to photograph inside the Hope for Leesburg tent and capture the gospel outreach activities to the Edwards Ferry Road communities.

Would you prayerfully consider serving with Hope for Leesburg? A volunteer photographer(s) is needed to capture the under the tent of meeting activities during the twenty day and night revival events on the grounds of our gracious host, Crossroads Baptist Church. There will be a time of worship and the gospel will be preached each night.

Under the big tent photography is perhaps one of the most challenging places to shoot for new and experienced photographers. Natural and artificial light combined with natural light reflecting and refracting off tent walls can lead to some blurry photographs. Mastering day and night photography under the big tent can be one of the most frustrating undertakings to perform.

See photographic example of Matt Harmon website (http://photos.mtharmon.com/StMatts/LINK-2013).

Click on slideshow in the top-right corner.

Hope for Leesburg is an evangelistic outreach led by Bill and Beth LaRock under a tent across from Heritage Square and The Fields on 850 Edwards Ferry Road NE in Leesburg from July 31 through August 19. The heart of this outreach is for the body of Christ to come together to bring the Hope of Christ to all those in the community among us.

Praise and worship shall be led by some awesome local teams followed by a message of hope from respected local pastors and leaders such as Pastor Salvador Henriquez, former Washington Redskin Eddie Mason, Bishop Shawn Stephens, Pastor Joe Adams, Pastor Clancy Nixon, Pastor Ken Grenfell, Pastor Clayton Grenfell, Pastor Richard Fuller, Pastor Chris Pautrat, Pastor James Cha, Pastor Chip Giessler, Mike Weller and others. Also in the works are an afternoon mini-festival with food and giveaways and a youth prayer event. Additional Details coming soon.

If you are interesting in photographing this event, please contact Beth LaRock at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

For more events information visit on line at http://www.onehopeministries.net.

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