Princeton Cemetery

tsslogo.jpgHi Tony,

My name is Ryan and I am a 33-year old pastor in Hazleton, PA. I’m writing just to say thank you for putting your Princeton Cemetery photographic tour online. Last year I stumbled onto your page (I have no idea how it happened) and enjoyed it so much that I took my family there as a day-trip last month while on vacation.  Being in ministry, it was really a wonderful experience for me. I wrote three blog articles on it, the last of which I just posted today. Your pictures ‘stirred’ me, and for that I say thanks!

Sincerely in Christ,
Ryan Day


Well, thank you, Ryan for the kind comments. I appreciate the feedback. My wife and kids will be comforted knowing there are other wives and children who have endured dad’s crazy cemetery/vacation ideas. And I’m thankful you found the Warfields! Sadly, so many visitors miss them.

Blessings to you, Ryan!


Jonathan Edwards, Princeton Cemetery and an encouraging Friday surprise

I received word this afternoon that my photographs taken this Spring at the Princeton Cemetery are featured on the Jonathan Edwards Center blog.

The full website I designed from a trip to Princeton Cemetery can be found here. Thank you to Michael McClenahan and the Jonathan Edwards Center for this wonderful surprise!

Princeton Cemetery

This past March my wife, son, daughter and I traveled to the East coast to meet with old friends and meet new friends. One of the highlights for me was a trip to Princeton Cemetery where men like Jonathan Edwards, B.B. Warfield, Archibald Alexander and Charles Hodge are buried. I put together a little website of the photographs I took while there and you can find it here. It is a good reminder of the legacy we can leave as preachers and pastors if we remain faithful to the Gospel!