I’m thrilled to be launching my brand new website! None of this would have been possible without all the amazing help and technological expertise of Tim Yaeger (at Ichthus Digital, https://ichthus.digital). I truly appreciate all of his hard work and dedication to this project. Thanks so much, Tim!
The professional photos of me displayed on this site were taken a couple of months ago in Franklin, Tennessee at WestLight Studios by gifted photographer David Bean (of Visual Reserve along with the aid of his capable wife, Sam, and also talented assistant, Jarred. It was a fantastic experience, and they treated me so very well. I especially appreciated the delicious Latte that Sam made for me. Thanks for everything, guys!
With the launch of my new book (on Sept. 3), Overcoming the Blues: Finding Christ-Centered Hope and Joy through Serving Others, I decided to make a fresh start on the web. This new site is designed to integrate my old “HeartPoint Blog” and previous website (ryanfraser.org) into a one-stop-shop. My hope is that will simplify things significantly for both me and my readers. I plan to use this platform to keep everyone informed of upcoming events as well as to provide some useful resources to you.
In the next few months leading up to the release of Overcoming the Blues by Skyhorse Publishing (New York) and the distribution by Simon & Schuster, there will be quite a bit of traveling and speaking engagements. The book tour will begin on September 21st with an official Book Launch Event to be held at the beautiful Renaissance Center in Dickson, Tennessee, near Nashville.
Throughout the tour, my non-profit organization, “His Heart, My Hands,” will be partnering with churches and charities around the nation to raise funding for several worthy causes, beginning with Make-A-Wish Foundation (of Middle Tennessee). I’ll be sharing more about that in the days to come, so please stay tuned!
I’m thankful for all that God is doing and am trying to gear up for the whirlwind that lies ahead. Please keep me and my family in your prayers!