“God blesses me in the morning when He shares His amazing artwork with me while I am out walking and praying the Rosary. These two vastly different photos speak to me of His awesome majesty and power and His quiet voice. When I took the photo over the water I was not aware of the […]
“The sighting of the heron was unexpected. It was already twilight and I was walking up from the area being reclaimed as wetlands at Manresa (Bloomington Hills, MN). I glanced to the side and saw the ‘bulge’ extending out from the blackened stump. After I crossed the bridge over the small river, I walked over […]
“At the OC Fair.” Submitted by Terri Nisco Simes. Where are you finding God this summer? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“Why worry?” Submitted by Richard Milligan. Where does God send you reminders not to worry?
“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.” […]
Happy Halloween! How are you celebrating today? You may be interested in the articles: Five Reasons Not to Dismiss Halloween Finding God in the Midst of Halloween Photo by Richard Milligan.
“I find God by being silent and still and noticing.” Submitted by Patti Scanlon.
“God’s nature at its best: a pair of woodpeckers, who had drilled a home in my neighbor’s front yard tree, were busy feeding their chicks. What can I say? A perfectly drilled hole (I’m sure I wouldn’t have been able to do it so beautifully) and these two birdies enabling God’s wonders to continue without […]
“This is a picture I took while praying and meditating on Psalm 63. I saw this beautiful bird perched in a blooming tree. It was as if the words of the psalm were coming alive, taking shape in this small, colorful creature and its surroundings. I felt such a joy, in utter awe at God’s […]
“God gives every bird its food, but He does not throw it into its nest.” —J.G. Holland Photo by Dorothy, who blogs at www.gatheringthefragments.com.