///Guest Post: Who’s Behind Your Camera?

Guest Post: Who’s Behind Your Camera?

Have you seen this video?

Six photographers get told six different stories about the same person and their portraits of him look markedly different.

The tagline to the video is: A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what is in front of it.

It’s pretty interesting to think about how others see you through preconceived notions.

But how do your students see themselves when they’re the ones taking their own pictures?

Do you see someone who is lonely? Brave? Scared? Precious? Popular? An outcast? Loved?

While we can’t change students’ perspectives of themselves completely, we surely can help them understand who God sees when He gets behind the camera.

Loved.

Child.

Son.

Daughter.

Saved.

Someone who matters.

We, as student pastors, have an amazing opportunity to show students who God really think they are.

Are we doing it?

 

Ronald is a Middle School pastor in San Antonio, TX and a DYM Author. Check his resource out here!

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About the Author:

Justin Knowles has been a pastor for the last 8 years and is the Lead Student Ministries Pastor at Christ’s Church of the Valley in San Dimas, CA. He oversees 7th-12th grade and has an amazing team that put on midweek services for junior high and high school students. He is passionate about reaching all kinds of students for Jesus, leading teams and writing about his learnings in ministry on the blog.

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