Last week, photographers from all over the country gathered in Atlanta, GA for the Imaging USA Conference. Among other things, they came to:
- Build a support network of people who love the industry as much as they do
- Delight in cutting-edge product & solution deals
- Grow their technical, artistic & business know-how
- Learn to build a more profitable business while feeding their creativity
Gaining knowledge about your creative field and meeting others who share in that field with you is extremely important. But as a Christian photographer – or a Christian in any creative field – there is one thing even more important that guides how you run your business, how you decide what projects to pursue, and how you use your artistic talents: your faith.
Here at Alliance Defending Freedom, we continually receive questions from creative professionals and Christian business owners about how to reconcile their work and their faith. Questions like: “Can I turn down jobs that conflict with my faith?” or “With the legalization of same-sex marriage, should I stop photographing weddings altogether?”
That’s why ADF attended the Imaging USA Conference – to offer our services as a Christian legal ministry.
At the conference, we introduced a new publication called Create Freely – a resource made specifically for Christian creative professionals, whether you are a photographer or a graphic designer or a promotional printer, and the list goes on.
Inside, we address these questions and much more, including:
- Find out what it means to “create freely”
- Read about other creative professionals fighting to remain faithful in their work
- Learn practical steps you can take to protect yourself as a creative professional
You can download this publication for FREE at CreateFreely.org.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. We hope you’ll consider ADF as your trusted source to help you freely live out your faith.
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