Shooting for God – Paul Goh, Vita Photographer

Paul serves in the Archdiocese as one of the pioneer photographers in VITA (Volunteers In The Archdiocese) Images, making himself available for the service of the Church. In this video, he recounts the joy he experiences through serving God; a joy that cannot be found anywhere else. He also shares about a time in which he experienced the grace of the Lord in his service, and the sense of community found in serving alongside like-minded people who are also desirous to be of service to God.

In this video, he recounts the joy he experiences through serving God; a joy that cannot be found anywhere else!

In Matthew 28:19, Jesus said to the disciples “Go, therefore, make disciples of all nations”. As Christians, we are all called to participate in the Great Commission by spreading the Good News in our own unique ways regardless of our vocations and seasons of life.

In this video, Paul shares about how his participation in the Great Commission has not only enabled him to contribute in the mission in his own special way, but has also brought him closer to the Father’s heart.

They do not need to know who am I; but when God calls me to shoot (photos), I (just) take the picture and He knows this picture will speak to this particular group of people. Thats it and I am happy and I can really say that I am an instrument of God!

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