You might say Everyman (1.0) was a 15th century morality play about a man preparing to face death and the judgment; one might also conclude that the 21st century rendition of Everyman (2.0) was a story of loss, regret, and stoicism—a hopeless death experience with no acknowledgment of an eternity.

The 2014 version, Everyman 3.0, is an attempt to “set the record straight” with a unique twist: a portfolio of what could be anyone’s life.  A collection of photos, some shared in this gallery, are coupled with brief insights and scripture to show that Everyman can choose a hopeless death experience, or Everyman can choose to live by faith and see the hand of God in their life.