I had great aspirations of sharing visions with people through illustration but when pen and paper met, it was awful. Totally uninspiring. I felt so defeated and crushed. It made me not want to share (even in words) what I have been seeing. But God had other plans.
Prayer journals are personal things. It is likely that you have never shared yours with anyone, or maybe you don’t even have one but are curious about starting one. Whichever the case may be, I’m here to help you make sure you have the 11 fundamentals that every prayer journal needs for your walk with Christ.
Today, I got some bad news. It made my heart sink and I found myself struggling to pray.
I didn’t have words to express the hurt and utter disappointment I was feeling. People I love are hurting and I have no way to take that pain away from them myself.
If you find yourself in a similar situation, here are 3 powerful prayers to speak out the will of God.
Bible journaling is cool. If you like Jesus and art (and who of you doesn’t?), then you’ll probably find Bible journaling on your list of next hobbies to learn.
But let’s be honest, some of what people draw is intimidating. I was encouraging a new Bible journaler the other day about her work….read more.
Sometimes reading the Bible is hard. I love the Word and I love God but it is just plain difficult sometimes.
Many of you feel the same: we know we should/need to read the Word of God…but how do I fit it in?
We fit it in by being intentional. So, here are 5 tips to help you intentionally read Scripture!
If you are frozen by fear or embarrassed to pray with others or even out loud because you are unsure of how to pray, don’t you worry, I’ve got your back.
Bible journaling is an awesome combo of worship, the Word, and creativity. As I often say, our God is a creative God and He wants to inspire you!
The other day, my bestie reminded me of where I was spiritually when we first met, and it wasn’t pretty. “Do you remember when you asked me how to hear…
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It reminds us where we come from but it doesn’t leave us there, it calls us higher, the same way God calls us higher.