his heart for them is mine
The chief end of my life is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. It means that my life is hidden in Him; that the life I live in the flesh, I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave Himself up for me; it means that I will die empty having exhausted myself at His side in the work of His Great Commission.
Somewhere along the way, divine distress got a hold of my heart. I weep for those who do not know Jesus Christ as Lord, for the 3+ billion who are unreached around the world who have never heard the Name.
My burden is for women at the fringes who are enslaved, impoverished, outcasted, addicted, and lost. It is my mission to introduce them to Jesus, their Creator God, the lover of their soul, who says to each one, “Woman, you are set free..”
When I picked up a camera in 2014, I knew that it was bigger than weddings and the other lifestyle concepts that I been accustomed to. It was for Him; a tool that that would get me into the darkest of places. It was to document His work in the earth, shine a light on the needs of humanity, to tell the stories that otherwise go untold, and most of all, to tell the greatest story of all mankind. By His grace alone, with indescribable joy and unrelenting zeal to make Him known, I continue to do such work.
I have had the life-changing opportunity to venture to some of the remotest places on earth with incredible organizations that are all about loving and serving the people from every tribe and tongue. My service is not limited simply to photography. At my core, all that I do is in accordance with being the tangible hands and feet of Jesus which means that I also work with orgs to provide sustainable aid, teach God’s word, evangelize, and be about whatever work He lays on our collective path.
THE GREAT TARGET: THE 10/40 WINDOW
The 10/40 Window is the rectangular area of North Africa, the Middle East and Asia approximately between 10 degrees north and 40 degrees north latitude. It is often called "The Resistant Belt" and includes the majority of the world's Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists. An estimated 3.04 billion individuals live in approximately 5,916 unreached people groups in the 10/40 Window. —Joshua Project
PHOTOGRAPHY AS A BRIDGE
In Southern India, we taught photography to teens and young adults of Hindu and Muslim backgrounds by which we built relationships to share the Gospel. 51 people put their faith in Jesus Christ during our brief time in this region.
MEETING TANGIBLE NEEDS
The people of the Abooso Village received clean drinking water and Bibles for the first time in their existence. More than that, 16 villagers put their faith in Jesus Christ and observed the Lord’s Supper.
Is Your Organization In Need of Photojournalism?
I provide complimentary photography services for non-profit organizations around the world. I would love to discuss how we can partner as we pursue advocating for the whole of humanity, especially those that are marginalized. Projects in the 10/40 window are given priority. Please take a moment to complete the short form below.
honored to have served with these world changing orgs:
At 38, Morgan is a happily married wife of 19 years, the mother of 3 children, and a former active duty US Marine. She is currently a student at NOBTS who serves at her church as a bible teacher in the discipleship ministry and as a lay counselor to women. She has served in closed countries and is sent out with the blessing of the elders of her home church where her husband serves as the senior pastor.
Ministry and character references are available upon request.
“I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me.” —Galatians 2:20