Welcome to the website of Ray, Carolyn and Adalai Majoran. This site is dedicated to all of our friends and family who have journeyed with us and continue to journey with us. Our prayer for each of you is that God would reveal Himself to you in ways that go beyond our understanding (Isaiah 55:8), and that you would live your lives in such a way that would glorify and honor Him.

Book: Dear Friends, Family, Neighbors, World...

If you were dying and you had one last chance to talk with the people that matter most to you, what would you say? If everything was on the line, and nothing was left on the table, what wisdom would you impart?

Back in 2007, professor Randy Pausch of Carnegie Mellon University learned that he was dying from pancreatic cancer. Taking on a tradition held by academics, he delivered “one last lecture” to a group of about 400 colleagues and students. 

My name is Ray Majoran, and this book is my last lecture. 

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A Fertile Heart

During the darkest, most painful struggle in a woman’s life the first question asked when the tendrils of doubt start to twist themselves around our hearts is, “Why me, God?” My journey through infertility was laced with doubt and questions and anger toward God. I emerged on the other side with a miraculous mountain top experience that I pray you may experience as well. Even when the doctors tell you that your body has betrayed you and they give an infertility diagnosis, know that your walk with Christ can be one that changes and blossoms into a closer relationship with Him. Keep your heart open to His will for your life.

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Photo Gallery

A Windy Road
The Windy Road
A windy road leads to Hoover Dam, Nevada.

Summer Days
The Windy Road
Hanging out with the Cotters on their boat in Texas.

Autumn Joy
The Windy Road
Adalai tosses around some leaves in the forest behind our house.

Stairway to Squirrel Heaven
The Windy Road
A squirrel eats some plants on the tree of an old tire swing.

Our Blog

  • Oct28Mon


    October 28, 2013

    by Carolyn Majoran

    I have spent much of 2013 in financial reflection.  We began the year purchasing a new home and selling our old home.  Much of this was prompted by God leading me to read Francis Chan’s book, “Crazy Love”.  You can read our blog about it here if you missed it. Now that we’re settled into our new home and our new budget, I can’t help but think about the path that lead us to where we are today.

  • Jul4Thu

    Corey & Colleen

    July 4, 2013

    by Ray Majoran

    Back in 2001 when Carolyn and I joined West London Alliance Church, we jumped "both feet in" to Junior High Ministry. Along our path, we came across two young kids -- Corey Seabrook and Colleen Rempel.

    Over the last month, I had the opportunity to shoot their engagement and wedding photos. For those of you that know me, I don't usually shoot engagements or weddings, but I made the exception for Corey and Colleen. Below, you can see a few of my shots. I'll save the rest for them to post when they return from their honeymoon in Cuba.

  • Mar26Tue

    Waiting on God

    March 26, 2013

    by Ray Majoran

    Back in January, Carolyn and I made the decision to move and downsize our home. As Carolyn noted in her 90-10 post, our primary goal is to put ourselves in a situation where we can give more.

    Since her post, we have put our current house on the market and purchased a new home for considerably less than the one we’re living in now. But here’s the kicker: Even though we both felt called by the Lord to make this move, we haven’t been able to sell our house.

  • Jan23Wed


    January 23, 2013

    by Carolyn Majoran

    Our main goal in downsizing our home and leaving our current community is to be able to live on less so that we can give more.  Ray and I have always shared the mindset of a 10% tithe not being enough to give back to God of all He has blessed us with.  Years ago, we heard a story about a businessman that recognized how much God had blessed him with and instead of giving just a 10% tithe, he gave away 90% of what he made and only kept 10% for himself.  That idea has stuck with me for more than a decade.

Ray, Carolyn & Adalai

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