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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Picture Your Faith

Hello Faith Sisters!

As scrapbookers I know you take photos. I wanted to share a PHOTO challenge with you today. The goal of Picture Your Faith is to tell stories of faith through pictures; take a photo of something that describes your faith. This can be anything, many things or what you are feeling this day. Faith is the source of testimony.

Take the time to look…stop seeking out the storms in life and enjoy more sunshine. Find the joy and accentuate the positive. There is so much beauty and good sometimes we just need to look a little deeper. Try looking through the lense and capture your Faith in a photo. Please share your photos in the gallery, post it on the forum or link it to the comments here on the blog.

Thanks so much for sharing!

4 comments:

Kim said...

Here is my link to my blog where I posted my pictures and my story!
http://redheadscrapper.blogspot.com/2007/09/colors-of-faith.html#links

Sunny said...

Kim
I love the colors of faith!
So beautiful.
Sunny

"Kreative Karma" said...

Here is a link to my photo: http://www.faithsisters.com/gallery/displayimage.php?album=lastup&cat=0&pos=0

~ScrappieJackie~ said...

Here is the link to my layout and pictures. The journaling rather sums up my feelings on my faith: Looking down into the Grand Canyon, I was totally fascinated by the accumulation of fog that was slowly rising from the rock bottom of the canyon floor to the highest edge of the rim. The temperature at the bottom was close to 100 degrees while up on the rim we were at a cool 70 degrees. And I suppose if I understood basic physics, it would make more sense =) But while standing there, I got to comparing the phenomenon that was going on in the canyon with that which goes on in my life. Just like the times in my life when I am in the depths of despair, the minute I raise my eyes to God, my spirits are lifted and I am floating on a cloud of His blessings. Thanks for the fun challenge =) JackieAnn~
http://www.faithsisters.com/gallery/displayimage.php?album=lastup&cat=1&pos=1