“In the cool of the evening.”
Submitted by Hazel Davis.
“In the midst of falling leaves, these lovely red oak leaves spoke to me of God’s gracious, enlivening Spirit. In the midst of death, I am alive!”
Submitted by Helen Cameron.
“The blooms on my clematis.”
Submitted by Katherine A. Elkins.
“The magnificent glory of God is seen in the autumn splendor at Wintergreen Gorge in Erie, PA.”
Submitted by Elizabeth Trocki.
Where have you found God in your state? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“The last roses to bloom as autumn comes and the earth rests when the cold sets in. It isn’t death, just preparation for new life in the spring. Each winter season is God’s reminder that renewal must also have its cold days and long nights. Hallelujah!”
Submitted by Carlos León.
“Drawing this morning.”
Submitted by Parise Whitley.
“I found God in the beauty of autumn as I walked my dog. The silence was loud, and the beauty of His creation overwhelming!”
Submitted by Mallory Hoffman.
Submitted by Mark DeFrancisis.
“On a lunchtime walk.”
Submitted by Laurene MacKenzie.
Where have you encountered God while taking a walk?
“Spending my Lola’s 95th birthday with my family in the cemetery.”
Submitted by Joan April Chang.