“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.
“I found God this morning…tree [in] spring.” Submitted by Sandy Sandra. Where are you finding God this spring? Send us a photo for possible inclusion on Picturing God.
“In the azaleas of early spring.” Submitted by Cassi Oh. Where are you finding God this spring?
“Finding God in the garden after a long winter.” Submitted by Shirley Wallace.
“God. Mysterious and beautiful. Life returning.” Submitted by Thérèse. Follow the Arts and Faith series from Loyola Press for a month-long celebration of the many creative ways people use art to express their faith.
“It is beautiful spring in my part of the world. The blossoms are glorious. New awakenings at Christchurch, New Zealand.” Submitted by Jocelyn Head.
“I recently visited Christchurch, a city where there is so much desolation with buildings and infrastructure so damaged after major earthquakes. But in the midst of all the hardship and difficulties faced by residents, springtime still bursts forth. These anemones were sprouting in a friend’s garden.” Submitted by Margaret.
“The spring blooms of a Judas tree, Cercis siliquastrum, which always appear at the end of Lent. It is an unusual tree—here photographed in a public garden in San Gwann, Malta—that originated from the Mediterranean region and then ‘moved’ into western Asia. According to legend this is the tree on which Judas hanged himself after […]