Illustrated Faith has a new Bible Journaling kit out. This kit is all about craving connections. Honestly, it took me a couple of days to write this post–I’m a quiet introvert living in a noisy house of extroverts–I’m connected out by mid-morning some days! I appreciate Dayspring’s focus on women connecting with women though and the detail in their Bible journaling supplies express how important beauty is in these connections.
I have found the answer to Catholic Bible Journaling using a regular Bible with extra roominess and the added benefit of sturdy paper. Wah-la! A Catholic Journaling Bible.
Christmas Bible Journaling Kits! Last year when I started gathering supplies I remember wishing there was an easier way. I am telling you, I am completely sold on Illustrated Faith’s Bible Journaling Kits. They have everything you need: stamps, stickers, cut-outs, ink pads, and pretty paper clips.
BIG post full of Sirach Bible Study and Journal details: a giveaway (when and how…hint, get your camera ready!) and info on our Sirach Bible Study and Journal with Friends.
I frequently get asked for Bible Journaling Tips–and I love answering the question, but sometimes, a person–like me–needs to see how it’s done rather than just being told. So I made a video to share with you my Bible Journaling and Verse Mapping.
If you are new to Bible Journaling or have been journaling a while, this Bible Journaling Book, a downloadable PDF, is a must have. Pages of Bible Journaling tips, inspiration and permission to enjoy your Bible: topical studies, color marking key, free printable, 31 Day Reading log and 1 year Bible Reading Plan.