“In the gardens of Holland—felt like I had a front row seat in God’s church!” Submitted by Tamara Baker. Get your copy of the Picturing God photo album and an online magazine with a selection of the best dotMagis posts as we celebrate the fifth anniversary of IgnatianSpirituality.com.
“Saw my first morning glory (blooming) of the season today! It’s always such a pleasant surprise, walking along, doing ordinary things, thinking ordinary thoughts, and then I chance upon a purple trumpet with her silent prayer of beauty, calling me to sing God’s praises.” Submitted by Julie Evett. Get your copy of the Picturing God […]
“I found God in this bud flower, which for me symbolizes being patient waiting for anything to be great and beautiful in His time.” Submitted by Suzana Maria. Where are you finding God this spring? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“I found God in a tiny plant my son gave me for Mother’s Day. It keeps blooming just like God’s love and my love for my kids.” Submitted by Dulce Casanova. See Mother’s Day Inspiration for poetry that celebrates motherhood.
“In the azaleas of early spring.” Submitted by Cassi Oh. Where are you finding God this spring?
“Finding God during walks with a friend, we were struck by the colors of this flower—attentiveness to the unexpected! How God surprises us!” Submitted by Michelle Sherman.
“Bug on a spiderwort blossom.” Submitted by Sasha.
“Where did I see God today? I prayed and I lifted my hurt to Him, and as I walked out of the house, I saw this and felt He had answered. I am loved.” Submitted by Arlyn P. Gatmaitan. Where did you see God today?
“This is my prayer.” Submitted by Gloria Oddone Ebken. Gloria answered the question, “What’s your prayer?” for the Arts and Faith series. Answer with your own image submission, or share your story at Arts and Faith.
“I was a bit bored, so I decided to do a spot of still life photography, sliced a tulip lengthways, and photographed it. Then it dawned on me, I had an image of Pentecost and the Trinity.” Submitted by Richard Milligan.