Hi, I am Tiffani Jones! I’m not sure if I even have a “following” here on the www. I have contemplated not blogging about this season I am in, but felt a need to tell my story…my season.  For 15 years I’ve had a career of serving others as a nurse. I’ve been incredibly blessed by it.  I’ve had a part in healing the sick, helping others pass to their new life, welcoming new life, and helping mommas say goodbye when they should be saying hello.  It was my ministry…my way of serving Him.  As I sit here, headphones on, Hillsong playing “We Glorify Your Name,” I hope I have glorified Him in my service.  I ended that ministry yesterday.  Over the past year, I have felt like He was pushing me into new ways of ministry. He has given me the courage to put myself out there (when really I wanted to crawl up into fetal position), blessed me with a few failures (yes, those were blessings), and with friends that have encouraged my love for photography. I hope, with my images, somehow it will “We Glorify Your Name”…For others to see You…YOUR glory. So ,here I am, journey with me into this new ministry. I am very excited to see what He has for me!

  • Dikola - Love your step of faith and how confident you are that God has used you and will you use you in a mighty way in this new venture! Love your heart and admire your talent!ReplyCancel

  • Beth Carter - This is awesome Tiffani. So excited for you!ReplyCancel

  • Sandi Merrill Meeks - Very beautiful, Tiffani. I am sure God will bless you in this new phase of your life, because he cares for His children. Love you and your work.ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn Dianne Cantone - Your Dad, would be so proud of you Tiffani. I know God will bless your act of faith. Will be praying for you. I am very proud of you, I know your Mom is.ReplyCancel

  • Shannon Wegner - Very beautiful, Tiffani Jones! May God bless you! You are very talented and I am sure you will do amazing things! 🙂ReplyCancel

I recently purchased a film camera…yes I am “drinking the Kool-aid” so to speak. I decided I wanted to document the kids summer on film so I started with my most willing subject—-Emma. It was a rainy Saturday and I knew this would be the perfect time to “practice” my film skills. Did I ever tell you that I don’t have any “film-skills?” This is all Greek-to-me…hence snapping a few with my digital camera 🙂 Here are those:
ps: I will post my film images when i get them back 🙂

  • Jordan Weiland - AHhhhh. She is SO CUTE! What a beautiful subject. And your images are beautiful too. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Sandi Merrill Meeks - Love these, so much fun watching Emma work the camera.ReplyCancel

  • Pamela Elle - Emma, Is precious! So is her grandmother… Hugss Pamela Elle.ReplyCancel

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