Jeff Kusner

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Heritage Ohio Photo Entry

Wayne County Courthouse

Your vote is appreciated! I’m honored to have had this image chosen as a finalist in this years Heritage Ohio Downtown Main Street Photo Contest.

A Visit To Schnormeier Gardens

The Schnormeiers graciously opened up the gardens to the Knox County Art League Photo Group yesterday! Normally they only open to the public for five days each June! Visit the Schnormeier Gardens website at  

Mount Vernon Post Cards

In my earlier post i shared some of the images I was considering using for producing post cards. This post shows the images I decided to go with on this first go-round of postcards of Mount Vernon, Ohio. Post cards are available at the Gospel Supply Shop and Paragraphs Bookstore in Mount Vernon, Ohio.

Post Cards

Thinking about making Knox County Ohio postcards using these images… what do you think? Click image to begin viewing… . . . Click this link to see what I decided to go with.    

White Lightning

The Adventures Of White Lightning

Jeremy Sieberhagen and his wife Marlene have lived in the Central Asian countries of Uzbekistan, Kazakstan and Azerbaijan for the last twenty years. Jeremy and Marlene have three children; Abigail, Nathan and Hannah. Creative story telling was, in large part, what helped get the kids through many cold winter nights. What began as a single …

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Five Minutes To Midnight

Five Minutes To Midnight

The past several months I’ve been working with Andy Sieberhagen to prepare thirty of his family’s most significant memories of living ten years in several Central Asian countries. The result is a powerful collection of stories that reflect the pilgrimage of an ordinary man in the hands of an extraordinary God living among those who …

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New Book Project

Today I met with a local missions pastor to finalize plans for a new book project highlighting ten years of missionary work in Central Asia. I’m so excited after reading a few of chapters! Powerful stuff! Look for it in March!