Ready for a POWERful new method to help you as you study the scriptures? This post outlines a new acronym I use for “old school” Bible journaling. I’ve included a set of free bookmarks using this POWERful method as well.
Today I’m sharing with you my tips for Bible journaling with children. This is a fun, hands on way for children to spend time in the Word. I share with you my “Do’s and Don’ts” when Bible journaling with children.
Simple Bible Journaling means don’t let your fear of messing up stop you from giving Bible Journaling a try. Use the art supplies on hand, even just colored pencils and sticky notes to get started. God will reward your seemingly small efforts.
I know quite a few stories, lessons or verses in the Bible, but when I need to recall them quickly, well, I can’t. I can sometimes give a general, “It’s in one of the Gospels.” Or, “It’s on a page with some green and yellow highlighting.” Umm, that doesn’t always get me where I want to go and especially not very quickly. So let’s talk about Bible Journaling: Favorites Tabs.
This year, I’m trying my hand at the devotional practice of Bible journaling. There are many forms Bible journaling can take, from lovely works of art, scrapbooking, and hand lettering. For those of us who haven’t developed those artistic skills yet, there is also more traditional journaling–writing. The last week or so, I’ve been using a commentary as I read my Bible as well so now I’m combining Bible journaling and Bible study.
I mentioned briefly in yesterday’s Daybook Online Journal post about thoughts and ideas I had for us to share the scriptures in the New Year. My thoughts are centered on practicing lectio divina alongside Bible journaling. So let’s define the two and see how they will pair nicely with each other as we begin our Bible Journaling in the New Year.