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!
A new set of free Bible journaling printables. These Bible journaling printables are for digging deep into the characters of the Bible–the time they lived, who their family members were, and what problems they faced. There is also room to detail how we are like this character or not like them at all.
This is one of many Catholic Journaling Bible entries. This one is focused on a the first verse in Isaiah Chapter 60. As I was Bible Journaling in this verse, I loved that it called us to basically, “Rise and Shine!” Because the Lord has dawned on us. This was a fun verse for Catholic Bible Journaling.
How about a free Bible journaling, verse mapping, and Bible study set of pages for a study of the Books of Timothy? These are totally free downloads for email subscribers. I printed mine off and had them coil bound at the local office supply store.
If you are looking for an in-depth review of the new Catholic Journaling Bible this post has everything you need to know–from a Bible journaler about a journaling Bible. I talk font size, page thickness, layout, and details. Pens test, resource list, and flip through video included.