“This photo was taken on the road leading out of La Paz, Bolivia, heading towards Coroico, Bolivia, on what is known as ‘Death Road.’ Before departing on what was to be the wildest mountainside ride of my life, we stopped to take this photo. As we left this spot and clung to narrow mountain roads with no guardrail, and drops steeper than I can tell you about, I pictured God with me, with this image in my head.”
Submitted by Fran Rossi Szpylczyn.
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“The gentle waves of the sea (near Mumbai, India) remind me of God’s gentle presence in my life.”
Submitted by Zacheus.
“Today I walked to the coast, facing big changes and needing to hear God’s voice. The power of the wind causing breakers on a normally dead-calm Solent spoke to me of the effect of the Holy Spirit on our lives. God gently invites me to ride the tsunami of His Spirit and to be carried where He wills. He doesn’t command—but His power is unassailable and unquestionable.”
Submitted by Dorothy.
“Porirua, Wellington, NZ.”
Submitted by Andy Hickman.
“On a winter’s morning at sunrise.”
Submitted by Angela Pope.
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“Finding God in how resourceful nature can be.”
Submitted by Gelli Ma.
“A child’s joy.”
Submitted by Bren Ortega Murphy.
Where are you finding God through moments of joy?
“I see God as mist because he is everywhere, and mist gives water to plants generously without hurting them, like a heavy rain, and what is left is carried to other plants in need.”
Submitted by Zimife Harris-Eze.
“This photo is of a juvenile tui (native to New Zealand) on a flax bush right beside my back deck. While I have been home these holidays relaxing I have been able to watch several tuis come onto the flower spikes to feed on the nectar. It’s very special to be watching nature so closely.”
Submitted by Margaret Riordan.
“I see God when looking at dew-covered cobwebs in the light of the early morning sun.”
Submitted by Tristan Kane.