“As the snow finally melts from our harsh Maine winter, I see new growth poking up from the earth through the leftover fallen autumn leaves. Those leaves decay and give nourishment to the bulbs planted below. From death, new life arises.” Submitted by Christine Anzalone.
“Walking to church on a cool, quiet, drizzly morning.” Submitted by Rebekah Savage.
“My spring garden.” Submitted by Risa Manfre DeQuattro.
“In this beautiful, windy, clear spring day.” Submitted by Patricia G. Puente.
“Crocus…first signs of spring in South Dakota.” Submitted by Cora Lee Alley. Where are you finding God this spring? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“Uncle blowing bubbles with his niece.” Submitted by Julett Broadnax.
“Believing that spring is coming!” Submitted by Georgia Rush.
“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.
“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.