Photography by Fotocrew member Megan Luckie. Doug and Kasey welcomed their first child, Will, in December of 2011. Like all parents, they celebrated as Will passed each normal milestone in his first year, becoming a sweet and loving little boy. Although Will’s growth began to level off around his first birthday, doctors assured the Wolebens […]
“The saddest thing in life to see is potential in someone that’s never realized.” Tom Landis, Owner – Howdy Homemade Following a challenging season in life, Tom Landis received two gifts: legendary Alabama football coach Gene Stallings’ book Another Season, and an ice cream maker. These two seemingly unrelated gifts would not only be the inspiration for […]
Over 400 people joined us at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in Carrolton, Texas, for last Thursday’s screening of The Luckiest Man. It’s always such a treat to be able to share this Fotolanthropy film, and to get a chance to talk with attendees to hear what brought them out to the screening. We are so […]
“I am so excited to share his story! Truly life changing!!!” “Thank you for this inspirational movie – my mom passed away from ALS and her faith, like John’s, was a great source of comfort and strength. I encourage everyone to see this powerful film!” Our thanks to everyone who attended our screening of The Luckiest […]
When successful businessman John Paine was diagnosed with ALS 15 years ago, he thought he had lost it all. However, in the midst of the painful physical deterioration of ALS, John discovered a transformation beyond anything he could have imagined. A story of hope beyond circumstances, John Paine learned to lean into God and in […]
Kerri and her family were just about to celebrate her youngest child’s first birthday, when Kerri suddenly lost consciousness and had a seizure. Just days later she was told she had stage 3 brain cancer and only three years to live. But Kerri refused to give up the fight for her family and for her life.
When an ultrasound revealed that their daughter had extra fluid in her brain creating an enlarged head, doctors told Dean and Susan that Ella would likely not live. But refusing to leave any possibility unexplored, Ella would not only live – but thrive!
As Jaci pulled up to her son Sam’s baseball practice, she opened the rear door of her car to find her toddler Daniel limp and blue. After being rushed to the ICU at Children’s Hospital in Dallas, doctors discovered Daniel had pulmonary hypertension and would possibly not make it through the night. But the fighting spirit of this little boy would prove an inspiration to his mother and everyone who meets him.
On April 3, 2012 a tornado ripped through Royse City. As the Cripps family huddled in their closet as the thundering roar grew louder, they had no idea what the next moments would hold. But the Cripps learned that with God’s grace, there is nothing so broken that it can’t be put back together.