Welcome to Tuesdays to Create, a weekly Bible journaling challenge from Move the Mountains. Being a week into our Lent Bible Journaling Challenge, you may be wondering, "What's the point of this?" I'm here to give you a deeper look and hopefully, grow your faith.
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Welcome to Tuesdays to Create, a weekly Bible journaling challenge from Move the Mountains. Today, I will be continuing on the topic of Lent and giving a handwriting tutorial.
Bible Journaling-The way Tuesdays to Create is designed is that you have a video challenge to watch, Bible journaling questions to answer, and an art prompt to follow based on Scripture. You have the whole week to finish the Challenge!
This month’s topic is “In the Quiet” with a focus on Lent.
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!
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!
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.
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.
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!