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September 5th, 2008

Where’s God? — #3 Central Park

Seeking the sacred dimensions of daily life

by and Bill McGarvey
 
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Faith, spirituality and religion are too often looked upon as the province of “experts” who spend all their time in places of worship. At BustedHalo.com we frequently hear from readers who desperately want to explore their spiritual questions but feel alienated from traditional faith communities. The fact of the matter is that the experience of sacredness is as unique and personal as our fingerprints, but we sometimes fail to recognize these moments as God’s way of speaking to us in our everyday lives.

“Where’s God?” is our attempt to look more imaginatively at the movement of grace in each of our lives and chronicle the countless different ways God is at work.

 
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Brett Siddell is a production assistant at BustedHalo.com
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  • Eileen

    God says, “I am.” Not I was, not I will be, not I should be or could be. But, “I am.” This tells me that God is everywhere. I am here… I am now… I am today…I am tomorrow. I am in you… I am in others…I am. Where I am, is I where I am…and I am everywhere in everyone and everything.

  • Brigid

    A wonderful series! Do more, please!!! As a spiritual director, I find that this is the question directees often pose. What a hopefilled series!
    I find God in people, in the conscious or sometimes unconscious kindnesses given to others.

  • Jarrad

    Wow, nice story!

  • godiseverywhere

    what a great story-it actually reminded me of the story of Mary and Elizabeth in the Bible-as more and more of my friends are saying they do not find God in church I think its important to be able to recognize God in the world.

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