“Thinking about what goes around and comes around in families—these two little cousins, not yet a year old, one American, one Australian, only know each other at all because of the love, sharing, and self-giving of their forbears—mothers, fathers, and grandparents. Blessed and blessing.” Submitted by Joan Seymour.
“Uncle blowing bubbles with his niece.” Submitted by Julett Broadnax.
“In my dad, who despite the cold, taught his grandson and friends the ins and outs of basketball.” Submitted by Maura Gualtiere. Do you want to learn more about Ignatian spirituality, the spirituality behind Picturing God? Check out our sister blog dotMagis.
“My husband reading to his grandsons.” Submitted by Pam McCool Burt. Where did you find God this morning? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“Blow among us Spirit of God. Fill us with your courage and care as we learn to live as a family without Emily. It’s been four years since Niemann-Pick Type C took over Emily’s body by the age of 10. Pentecost Spirit and Body of Christ live in us as we each grieve in different […]
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“Teach me, Grandaddy.” Submitted by Patsy Baird. Subscribe to Picturing God via e-mail or RSS to be inspired daily by the images others submit.
“Autumn is the season I love here in Belgium. I am always fascinated how God created this fall season with its beautiful colors of leaves and trees while birds are chirping, busy preparing their nests and food before the winter comes. “Leaves with their different shapes change their lovely colors, especially when the sun rays […]
“Morning hike around the lake at Ridgecrest with Grandad.” Submitted by Amy Fenton Lee. Where do you see God in the people in your life? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“What difference does believing that I am God’s beloved child make in how I see myself and the world around me?” —3-Minute Retreat, “A Baptism Like No Other” Photo by Angela Pope.