“I love finding God on my rides. Whether it’s through a city pulsating with people running about their lives or through the country where nature is my path, in any case, God is always my guide. This picture I took on a ride this fall through Ohio, the beautiful Midwest. Nothing compares to the Midwest […]
“University of East Anglia’s Colney Lane playing fields. Walking through this road is akin to taking a journey to myself. God speaks to me as we both take this road every day. Yes, He is always with me in my journey. No matter how it is transformed at any time of year—a field of golden […]
County Wicklow, Ireland Submitted by Kim Powell. Where are you finding God this Lent? Share your photos for possible use on Picturing God, or join in the community at Other6 Prays Lent.
“The first thing we see is desolation; we feel the heat and stumble over the rocks in our way instead of opening our eyes and realizing how straight the road to His love is.” Submitted by Pete Sidari.
“Today I found God in both the invitation to go, and on the journey itself—the strength the uphill climb requires, the joy of coasting down but with the reminder to breath deep for the next rise. Simple beauty all around and quiet time to think or not think at all.” Submitted by Shelley Maw. We […]
“Storm on the Gold Coast, Australia. God is in the storm, beside us and in front of us.” Submitted by Helen Goldsmith. Share your photo of where you find the faces and traces of the divine. Find out how.
“Peaceful, beautiful fog this morning. God has blessed us with an early spring!” Submitted by Carolyn Gallo. Where do you see God in the quiet moments? Show us! Or leave a comment.
“I follow your path, Lord—even around unseen turns.” Submitted by Rudy Siegel. You might also like: Direction The Life of Pilgrimage Where Is It You Don’t Want to Go?
Road in County Kerry, Ireland “The misty and somewhat ethereal atmosphere evoked by this road much traveled by the starving Irish during the Famine of the 1860s makes me aware that my own journey towards God will not always be easy.” Submitted by Paul Brian Campbell, SJ. Join Paul at his blog, People for Others.
“The Road goes ever on and on down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, and I must follow, if I can, pursuing it with eager feet, until it joins some larger way where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say.” —J.R.R. Tolkien “I find […]