I had the privilege of supplying all the photography from ‘100 : A Story of Healing and Hope’. Partnering with Summer Madness and 24/7 Prayer, the Evangelical Alliance in Northern Ireland produced 100: Our Story of Healing and Hope – a collection of interviews and articles reflecting on one hundred years since the events of 1916, and looking forward to a hope-filled story for the next one hundred years.
The Evangelical Alliance is a worldwide network of evangelical Christian organizations and individuals that work together to promote Christian beliefs, values, and principles. 100: A Story of Healing and Hope was a Northern Ireland project supported by the entire Alliance.
The publication studies events of 1916 and how they have shaped Northern Ireland in the present.
“…it never allows us to live in the past but is constantly asking what we should be praying for, hoping for and imaging how to implement them in the future In the shaping of the future I believe this magazine to be a very healthy contribution to the conversations we are in at this moment in our history.” Rev. Steve Stockman.
100 : A Story of Healing and Hope
Among a wide variety of features the magazine included interviews with the first minister Arlene Foster and deputy first minister, Martin McGuinness, the attorney general for Northern Ireland, John Larkin and Ulster Rugby player, Ruan Pienaar.
Other contributors included the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, former Lord Mayor of Belfast, Nichola Mallon, and photo essays of the art-works of the Bogside artists and Ross Wilson.
The magazine was skilfully created and edited by Peter Lynas and Zoe Rogers from Evangelical Alliance. It was a great project to populate with images. The magazine is available across the province.
There are samples of some of the images used here. : Photography Portfolio.