George Kranock, a self-described traveling evangelist, kisses his dog Tulip at the rear of his aging Ford van during a break from his street evangelism in Kennesaw, Ga.  Kranock, 74, originally from New Jersey, uses his meager Social Security benefits to pay for his gas and lives on day-old sandwiches from grocery stores as they travel throughout the South, standing along busy highways to hold his ‘Honk 4 Jesus’ sign.  He seeks no donations or financial support. “I have a special love for Georgia. People here really do love the Lord,” he said. “This is my calling, to let people know Jesus loves them.”

George Kranock, a self-described traveling evangelist, kisses his dog Tulip at the rear of his aging Ford van during a break from his street evangelism in Kennesaw, Ga. Kranock, 74, originally from New Jersey, uses his meager Social Security benefits to pay for his gas and lives on day-old sandwiches from grocery stores as they travel throughout the South, standing along busy highways to hold his ‘Honk 4 Jesus’ sign. He seeks no donations or financial support. “I have a special love for Georgia. People here really do love the Lord,” he said. “This is my calling, to let people know Jesus loves them.”

Robin Rayne, documentary photojournalist

Robin Rayne Bio

LCC International University students who are working with Chick-fil-A this summerWhere Good Meets GraciousREMARKable Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 4Robin Nelson, Team Members

LCC International University students who are working with Chick-fil-A this summer

Where Good Meets Gracious

REMARKable Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 4

Robin Nelson, Team Members

Robin Rayne is an internationally-published magazine and newspaper photojournalist and documentary film producer, specializing in disability rights, gender diversity and social justice issues.  

Spanning a 35-year career, Robin’s work has appeared in Newsweek, Time, Business Week, Forbes, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, NBC News, Paris Match and Der Spiegel, among dozens more. Robin’s stories and projects are syndicated globally by ZUMA Press photo agency. 

Robin, who is non-binary, is married and lives in Canton, Georgia. 

"I produce stories and films with a goal of reshaping the way society views those who are different -- and 'different' covers a wide spectrum of the human condition, including disability issues and the wide spectrum of gender. They are my 'why,'" Robin explains. 

"I focus on struggles and victories of those who are often shunned, misunderstood, ignored, rejected and devalued. 

I constantly ask myself two questions on any given story: Who is my audience, and why should they care? 

I love what I do and look at every day as a fresh opportunity to make a difference.