Thursday, September 3, 2009

On this day... two became one

A wedding was done on Ke Iki Beach, always a beautiful sight for a wedding ceremony

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A couple from the wedding ceremony.




After Rev. Parker was done with his ceremony, he was greeted by a Croatian couple that was sun tanning at the beach, and here I was video taping the lovely shorelines of Ke Iki Beach and noticed Rev. Parker was calling me to take simple pictures of new friends to Hawaii.


A request was made to re-new their vows before leaving back to their homeland. The couple chose to re-new their vows as how they are bikini and shorts, only in Hawaii. Simple and with all the love in their hearts. The Lord works in wonderous ways, New and re-newal vows.... two hearts became one.

3 comments:

  1. Karin and Dave from CaliforniaSeptember 5, 2009 at 9:23 AM

    Wow! That was cool. I have been to the beach to tan, but would never seen what you experienced. After reading this I wished I did.

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  3. Mark and Nene Kovac from Zagreb, CROATIADecember 11, 2009 at 1:33 PM

    My dear Reverend,
    I started to fill hopeless, trying 3 months without success to get in touch with You.

    Then, a few days ago my man Marko brought me a wonderful present - a peace of paper with a blogger Rev. Elias Parker! I was overwhelmed with happiness and excitement when I found our photos and notice about the happiest day in my life.

    It was on Friday 21 August 2009, at the most beautiful part on the world. When we arrived in Hawaii we were only Marko and Nena. From that day, after you bound our hands and your words touch our souls...two hearts become one, as it is described on your page. It must be from God - Your appearance, that day, the beach where everything was arranged for wedding ceremony. Have we experienced the real meaning of ALOHA?

    As you can remember, we were shaken so much that we were absolutely not able to take your telephone number, even to use our camera to take some pictures. I even do not know if I give you correct e-mail address.

    I can not thank you enough for making us happy and realizing our deepest desire. So, please send me tho photos which your wife shoots on thatday, and please let me know how can i contribute to your church. I'm eager to hear from you soon.

    Yours devoted,
    Nena and Marko

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