21 Days of Wonder: Beauty

Margaret —  January 15, 2013 — 12 Comments

21 Days of Wonder BEAUTY

Throughout the day, look for wonder through a camera lens. Snap a picture on your phone or break out your camera to capture an image of God’s beauty, grace, love, peace, and joy. When you start looking, you may find examples all around you! Let’s encourage each other with God’s beauty. So, upload your photo and share—tweet, post, pin or blog. And make sure to include #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK so we can find you!

Wonder Challenge: Upload your photo to Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, or your blog and hashtag #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK.


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12 responses to 21 Days of Wonder: Beauty

  1. I have a beautiful camera, that has, for far too long, been buried in my camera bag in my closet. Just recently I pulled it and the manual out and began using it to capture how much God demonstrates his love for us and how we can acutally feel His heart beat when we take the time to capture His marvelous gifts. Thank you for the added encouragement.

  2. I work at a stained glass factory and so I get to see beauty everyday!

    Sorry I’m not really sure how #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK works with a blog so I will just post my blog here.


    • Again, Philip. WONDERSTRUCK. Beautiful! Yes– keep sharing your links here so others can see how you are living wonderstruck each day.

  3. I had to smile when I saw that cameras were used for today’s theme. I work with the 2-4 yr old at church. It is called Snapshots. They are divided into zoomers, shutterbugs and pixels. There is so much beauty in these little ones learning the love of God through his word. There is not a Sunday that goes by that I am not truly wonderstruck by the things they remember from God’s word. #livingwonderstruck

    • Jimette, what a perfect example of how God’s creation leaves us wonderstruck. I love those names for the little Sunday school classrooms. Perfect! thanks for sharing.

  4. When I started counting all the ways He loves me….my dear husband got me a nice camera and I took a picture a day…counting to 1000 …I still count with words …but I have not been as diligent with pictures …this inspires me to pick my camera back up. Blessings

  5. Margaret, I’m starting the challenge today! I”m going to go grab my tablet and instagram a few photos. I Love living Wonder Struck! Oh Margaret, how I wished I could give you a great big hug! Since I can’t do it in person here’s a big cyber hug! (((((((((((((((((((((((((((Margaret)))))))))))))))))))))))))))

    God bless you my friend and Sister in Christ!

    I”ll post pictures on FB too!

  6. Love reading your story! God is so good and able to heal everything (though He doesn’t do so always).


  7. Today I had an appointment with my plastic surgeon for a follow up of last reconstruction surgery. I am so thankful for the skills that God gave my Dr. to replace the breasts I lost. Beautiful to me. I will hold off on the pics 🙂

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