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My name is Ryan and I am a 33-year old pastor in Hazleton, PA. I’m writing just to say thank you for putting your Princeton Cemetery photographic tour online. Last year I stumbled onto your page (I have no idea how it happened) and enjoyed it so much that I took my family there as a day-trip last month while on vacation. Being in ministry, it was really a wonderful experience for me. I wrote three blog articles on it, the last of which I just posted today. Your pictures ‘stirred’ me, and for that I say thanks!
Sincerely in Christ,
Well, thank you, Ryan for the kind comments. I appreciate the feedback. My wife and kids will be comforted knowing there are other wives and children who have endured dad’s crazy cemetery/vacation ideas. And I’m thankful you found the Warfields! Sadly, so many visitors miss them.
Blessings to you, Ryan!
I received word this afternoon that my photographs taken this Spring at the Princeton Cemetery are featured on the Jonathan Edwards Center blog.
This past March my wife, son, daughter and I traveled to the East coast to meet with old friends and meet new friends. One of the highlights for me was a trip to Princeton Cemetery where men like Jonathan Edwards, B.B. Warfield, Archibald Alexander and Charles Hodge are buried. I put together a little website of the photographs I took while there and you can find it here. It is a good reminder of the legacy we can leave as preachers and pastors if we remain faithful to the Gospel!