Selah Gallery

Color and Pray

Here is a doodle that was birthed as a prayer over India. The peacock is India’s national bird. Peacock motifs are widespread in Indian temple architecture, old coinage, textiles and continue to be used in many modern items of art and utility. (Nair, P. Thankappan (1974). “The Peacock Cult in Asia” (PDF). Asian Folklore Studies.Continue reading “Color and Pray”

precious in the eyes of our Creator God

A couple of days ago I started this doodle on a scrap of paper during a Lectio Divina reading of Psalm 139:13 -16 The media and hearts of many were still buzzing from the shooting incident that took the lives of some in a community and caused terror to many more. One of the membersContinue reading “precious in the eyes of our Creator God”

Selah with me – Ponder and Color

‘Selah with me’ is an invitation to ponder with me on a topic/passage or theme. Many Colorists have expressed their desire to color the doodle “estuary”. So let’s Selah together. If you are a doodler  do share with us your doodle and thoughts on the passage. Below is the passage I was ruminating over. IfContinue reading “Selah with me – Ponder and Color”

the door

A few months back I saw a beautiful carved door in a friends house. But the door led to nowhere. It was merely propped up against the wall as a decor. That stuck in my head. I pondered over the purpose of the door and what Jesus meant when He said He was the door (john 10:9).Continue reading “the door”

Selah: Contemplative Coloring

“look there is a cross in the middle” – looking at the 3rd ring in the Creation doodle with mountains and seas. Aradhya, age 5 coloring the Creation doodle bit by bit. There is a faith-ing moment right there. me: So what do you think about Jesus and the cross there at creation. kids: Yes. ThatsContinue reading “Selah: Contemplative Coloring”

The Kingdom of God is like a rare pearl

This is Nadira’s Selah Moment as she pondered over the parable of the Pearl. Here she expresses her ‘wonderings’ in the shape of a round pearl, the people form the kingdom and the glow is the presence of God.