“Each February I see these daffodils beginning to bloom while the weather is still wintry here in Atlanta, bringing color and a taste of spring. Daffodils are a reminder for me that even when life may seem challenging or dormant, God is always present and hope remains.” Submitted by Jane Arney.
“My mother’s garden in full bloom.” Submitted by Mary Presciutti.
“I see God in the bees gathering and spreading pollen, resulting in fruition in the trees and the sweetness of honey.” Submitted by Shari Grenier.
“The bluebonnets are from a scene in Texas.” Submitted by Julett Broadnax.
“At Natural Bridge Caverns in Texas.” Submitted by Gina Cavarretta Bibb. Have you been on a particularly meaningful trip? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“I see God’s abundant graces in the lavish variety of nature.” Submitted by Gloria Oddone Ebken. Where have you found God in an unlikely place? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“Even when things seem impossible…Be still and know…” Submitted by Kathleen Kutz.
“One of God’s miracles in full bloom!” Submitted by Mary Presciutti. Where did you find God this morning?
This is one place photographer Thomas E. DeFreitas VI found God—in the sight of flowers. Where do you find God?
“In my flowers.” Submitted by Margarita Sanchez. Where are you finding God this summer? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.