Well, I changed my mind.
I’m allowed to do that, right?
I realized that I was going to miss seeing the #HolyLens posts on Instagram and sharing about our days and bearing witness to the little holy moments in each other’s lives. I remembered that taking tiny snapshots of those moments isn’t a burden- it’s a spiritual discipline. These photos (for me) are more than just photos. They are signposts of God’s grace in my life. I think I need them.
So, just in case that’s true for anyone else, I’m putting up some prompts for Lent.
Here are the prompts for this week. (They will be posted on Sundays for the week ahead.)
I hope you’ll join me. I know there are lots of other photo-a-day projects out there. The important thing isn’t to do this one. The important thing is to remind ourselves that God is always working, even in the most ordinary, mundane moments. This project helps me to do that. If it helps you, too, then please post your photos on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #HolyLens. Let’s keep each other company as we look for the places God is present with us…even if we happen to find him sometimes between the forks and the spoons in the drawer or between the mismatched socks in the hamper.
Have a blessed Lent.
Previous weeks’ prompts: