How can Bible Journaling fit in your life when you are a busy Mom? Today I’m going to share how you can easily add Bible journaling to your worship as a busy Mom.
When it comes to Bible Journaling, my goal is to simply journal the lessons God is teaching me in the margins. I’m a busy Mom with barely 5 minutes to sneak in a shower, at this point in my life Bible Journaling must also fit in small windows of time. There are smudges and hastily written notes more often than beautifully hand-lettered lessons in the margins of my journaling Bible.
I love Bible Journaling for keeping a record of what God is teaching me. But, I am no artist. I can barely draw a recognizable stick figure, and my straight lines are wobbly. Even the simplest hand lettering is a stretch for my (non)ability. Today, I’m sharing my favorite Bible Journaling hacks for the art challenged.
I’m a big fan of Bible Journaling, so I could not wait for this new gorgeous ESV Journaling Bible from Crossway to arrive for this review. Since I already have a journaling Bible, I plan to give this one as a present. But honestly, it’s going to be hard to giveaway! The Bible comes in a beautiful keepsake matching box perfect for gift giving. The Bible itself is a nice compact
Do you love Bible Journaling? If you are like me, the supplies might be taking over your desk. I don’t want to worry if the pen or pencil I grab is going to smear or bleed through my Bible’s pages. I need a container to keep my Bible Journaling safe supplies separate from my other pens and pencils. I’ve seen several ideas on Pinterest for organizing a huge amount of
Often as I walk through different seasons of life, God puts a specific verse in my way. Everywhere I turn I bump into it. My Bible opens to it, I hear it on the radio, eventually I hear it in a whisper all through the day. I’m hard-headed like that; it takes a lot of repetition to really grab my attention! The passage I keep coming back to right now? Psalms