Would you be surprised to know Bible Journaling is not a new? It’s actually an ancient form of Lectio Divina. Now, the monks of old didn’t use washi and stickers, but they did spend time creatively and artistically digging deeper into the Word. Find out how to practice lectio divina in your journaling.
A side by side comparison of the Blessed is She Catholic Journaling Bible and the Inspire Catholic Journaling Bible with pictures throughout for those who are visual like me.
Although I have a set of Bible Journaling Printables for free download, I thought it might be nice to break these journaling printables out by themselves.
A mega Catholic Journaling Bible post packed with examples of all the different ways you can practice Bible Journaling, pen, tip-ins, stamps and more. You’ll find examples from some of your favorite Bible Journalers and find some new ones. Most of all I hope this encourages you to give it a try if you want to.
I started sharing my Catholic Journaling Bible process, and veered into a vulnerable post about my self-worth, lack of honor, respect, and how God redeemed and continues to redeem.
This is another Bible Journaling process post. Don’t be fooled, a kitchen fork is on the supply list, and I had to borrow glitter glue from my kids but needed to make sure it dried clear first. Oh yeah, and I dug out my old hair dryer to use for Bible Journaling. Still think you can’t do it? Think again!