World Changers: Jason Mundie, with A Dream Within Foundation

Deuteronomy 26:12-14, “You shall say before the Lord your God, ‘I have removed the sacred portion from my house, and also have given it to the Levite and the alien, the orphan and the widow, according to all Your commandments which You have commanded me; I have not transgressed or forgotten any of Your commandments.”

In 2009 or so, I got to be a small group leader within the young adults ministry at my church. I had a lot of fun doing it and I met lots of people and made lots of good friends.

One of the friends I made through small group was Jason Mundie. Last year, when school got super busy, I started spending an excessive amount of time at my favorite coffee house, The Land of 1000 Hills, and wouldn’t you know it, Jason was my barista several times! Other times, he’d be a customer, editing pics because Jason is a professional photographer, among other things that make him super cool.

I’m thrilled to showcase Jason on the blog today as one of those people who is doing their small part to make the world a better place. Jason is a great photographer (he photographed my sissy’s wedding and did a great job), and has taken that passion  and turned it into a business/ministry and now, a non-profit foundation.

He says:

We want to help orphans and disadvantaged children through compelling images both still and moving.
We accomplish this by partnering with other non-profits, organizations, schools, etc. that work with orphans or disadvantaged children and provide photography and video services to them at no cost to them.
We also like to highlight a specific need that they have and help them raise the funds for that need through photography and video.
You can visit ADWF’s website  at
I’ll end this segment on “world changers” with a special thanks to Amanda and Jason: for their influence on my life and the lives of countless others, and for encouraging me to use my passions and gifts to do the same.
I want to hear from you now! Where are you seeing God at work? What are you passionate about? How will you use your gifts to put those passions to work in God’s world?

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