An image of God

Cynthia Hooper was once asked to draw a picture of God… when she told me this story I was intrigued to find out what she’d drawn. When I saw this image, I was moved by the depth of her understanding. A picture is worth a thousand words. This is what Cynthia drew…

An image of God

I have had a few conversations with people who don’t feel they can share their faith… and yet if we look back through the stories that started with Ali Baxter – we see stories that are real, not curated. Stories that only partly tell of faith, a bit, not all. The more we try to share our faith, the more our faith becomes real to other people: whether it is a poem (like Pam) or a picture (like Cynthia), or the ramblings of a punk/cyclist – like your Vicar. If you want to share your faith, just reach out to Graeme the Vicar, all contributions welcome because all contributions are real.

God bless you.

Cynthia Hooper shares her faith in the form of a picture


  1. Thank you Cynthia..
    My eyes were drawn to the two hearts either side of the central one.
    Maybe one of them is mine, seeking to be continually filled more from the one it is joined to?
    And the other one….?
    I’m praying for them.

  2. I wonder if Cynthia has ever read the Old Testament. She may then like me see a broken heart.

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