Welcome to the beautiful world of Bible journaling! Are you ready to learn how to Bible journal in 3 easy steps? My name is Amanda Schenkenberger (creator of Move the Mountains) and I'm here to help you get started in learning how to Bible journal!
Are you new to Bible journaling or did you j...
Welcome to Tuesdays to Create where we are focusing on our Lenten Bible Journaling Challenge!
During this part of Lent, we are taking our focus from February’s theme of “In the Quiet Place” to “The Cross”. Join me on today’s journey as I talk about watercolor, gesso, and communion!
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.
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.
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.
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 God?" Honestly, I didn't. It is hard for me to remember a time when I didn't hear God's voice all the time...yet that was only 4 years ago...
As Christians, we widely agree that God created man and this entire world, right? That would make our God a highly creative individual.
Just look at the array of landscapes He made. The colors the leaves change in the fall. The different flavors of heirloom tomatoes. The softness of a cat. The melody of a robin. The scent of jasmine. God is creative.