Kelly R. Iverson & Christopher W. Skinner (eds.), “Mark as Story: Retrospect and Prospect”

When Mark as Story by David Rhoads and Donald Michie came out in 1982 it wasn’t received well at first but two decades later it has become clear that the book helped lay the foundation for a new approach in biblical studies: stepping away from the historical-critical approaches to focus on the literary aspects of [...]

Castle Hunting (in the Ardennes)

Before Kim and I started dating I had promised to show her a cool castle somewhere in the Ardennes. So the first weekend we were a couple we went to Bouillon with its stunning castle. And we also took the time to visit the abbey of Orval. Why not show here some more Belgian pride, [...]

Oh, Sleeper, Social Suicide (Hasselt)

South Africa isn't frequented by a lot of metalcore bands and I really wanted to see Oh, Sleeper before moving to that part of the world. Not only did they come to Belgium in the last months before my move, I got to shoot and interview them.

Southern African Road Trip (South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland & Mozambique)

In 2012 I came to South Africa for the first time. Kim and I did a road trip along these places: Cape Town, Stellenbosch, Hermanus, Plettenberg Bay, Coffee Bay, Sani Pass (Lesotho), Swaziland, Marloth Park, Inhambane (Mozambique), Kruger National Park, Waterval Boven, Johannesburg. It was a great intro to what is now my home country.

Christmas Rock Night 2011 (Enneptal)

The first festival I shot, was the annual Christmas Rock Night in Enneptal, Germany. First time for me seeing most of these bands and great fun to take pics of Wolves At The Gates, I Am Empire, John Coffey, Icon For Hire, and Hawk Nelson.

Enter Shikari, Your Demise (Brussels)

Enter Shikari is the first big concert that I shot. And what a challenge: dynamic, fast, vibrant. So difficult to get a good shot out of that. I wasn't that blown away by Your Demise, but got some good pics out of them.

Enjoy Life in the Simple Things (Ecclesiastes 2,11-26)

For the course in Advanced Homiletics we had to follow a specific format to prepare a sermon. Since I had done an exegesis of Ecclesiastes 1:12-2:26 a few years before, I had fallen in love with this passage. Ecclesiastes encourages the reader to not think too special of himself, but at the same time to [...]

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