I.K.Hadinger

Calling and Creativity

Some things I’ve written in other places…

I am an award-winning photographer. My photos available for purchase.

I’m fairly ordinary, but here is some of my story…

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Once Upon a Decade, part two

Once Upon a Decade, part two

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(continued from previous post:) The scene is surreal and I’m doing my best to keep my composure. The moment I hear that my daughter was taken by a stranger is when full blown panic seems a most appropriate response. Indeed it surges momentarily within me, then a calm assurance envelopes me, with a confidence that she is […]

Doubting Jesus?

Doubting Jesus?

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  Sometimes life gets so hurtful and complicated, it is possible to doubt Jesus, who He is, and the things He’s promised, especially when you’ve done so much or sacrificed so much for Him. Just ask John the Baptist. Here was a man who Jesus himself said was greater than Moses, King David, Abraham, or any […]

The Power of a Testimony

The Power of a Testimony

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#write31days An Invitation to Jesus, Day 6 What (super) naturally happens when we testify of God’s power changing our life? That same power can change the life of another. Today I am going to share (again) what happened between two people thousands of miles apart, via the internet. You may remember Elfega’s testimony I posted last […]

The Savior is Waiting – An Invitation to Jesus, Day 3

The Savior is Waiting – An Invitation to Jesus, Day 3

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  “The Savior is Waiting” by Ralph Carmichael The Savior is waiting to enter your heart; why don’t you let Him come in? There’s nothing in the world to keep you apart, What is your answer to Him? Time after time He has waited before, and now He is waiting again. To see if you’re […]

Making the Most of Your Mission Trip – Tips for a successful cross-cultural experience

Making the Most of Your Mission Trip – Tips for a successful cross-cultural experience

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(Originally published in Christianity Today’s Gifted for Leadership –  May 2012)   You’re investing thousands of dollars, hundreds of hours, and numerous headaches in planning a mission trip. You hope to save the world (at least the corner you’ll be in) and return with photos, stories, and unforgettable memories of souls you’ve touched. Nothing surges […]

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