I am very excited to announce that I will be continuing the Bible Journaling Challenge! So many lovely ladies have asked Angie Gordon and I to keep doing challenges, I decided to make it a regular thing on my blog!
Just like in the Bible Journaling eCourse Challenge, I will be recording about a 5 minute video to watch and give you written prompts afterward. The prompts will be a challenging combo of art and writing!
We are knights and warrior princesses in His army and if we go to battle without putting on our armor, we run the risk of receiving spiritually fatal blows.
Learn about the Armor of God and create a prayer to put it on!
How do you restore your joy? How do you bring life back to your tired soul? How do you once again overflow with God’s love? You take a snow day for your soul!
Rejoicing is all about your perspective. This is what is key in your relationship with God and your walk of faith.
Have you ever found that reading encouraging Bible verses in the midst of a trial can be very empowering? Especially those Bible verses about hope! Situations can look bleak but after…
I never thought choosing a theme word for the year was important. I lumped it in with fad diets and celebrity gossip, i.e. something that wasn’t worth my time. Last…
Have you heard? I am cohosting a Free Bible Journaling eCourse Challenge for the entire month of January!
With the New Year beginning tomorrow, there is no time like the present to dive into God’s word daily and get creative with Him!
Many of you are still new to Bible journaling and learning how to get creative gears turning can be a challenge. Even seasoned creatives and journalers struggle with this sometimes.
So, to help you get started, or get out of a funk, I’ve come up with a few ways to get those gears turning!
Make sure to download the free, printable guide!
Because quiet times with God are so very personal, I find that people are often unwilling to share in fear that they may be judged. While this is understandable, there is a wrong way to do your prayer time and you must learn to be vulnerable and let the word of God instruct you.