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Tips For Bible Journaling With Our Teenagers

Tips For Bible Journaling With Our Teenagers

When our children are young, training them in the way they should go is relatively easy (Proverbs 22:6), but as they enter their teen years, guiding them becomes an increasingly challenging process. As parents, we often find ourselves wondering: How do we continue to develop the firm foundation of faith that we’ve already instilled in

Yes! You Can Color, Draw, and Paint in Your Bible!

A New Form of Worship: Bible Art Journaling Bible art journaling – have you heard of it?  Journaling in the margins of your Bible isn’t something new, but drawing, doodling, and creating art in your Bible is becoming tremendously popular as a way to connect with God’s Word in a creative new way! At Illustrated

Bible Art Journaling Webinar Recap

Did you miss our Bible Art Journaling webinar with Shanna Noel of Illustrated Faith? You can still watch the fun replay, get inspired, and learn some new techniques! >> Simply sign up here and you’ll get instant access to the replay video! We had such a blast learning from Shanna and talking with her about this new

Bible Art Journaling for Beginners: 7 Steps to Getting Started

Are you ready to start combining your faith and your creative side and embrace art journaling in your Bible? Earlier this week I told you my story about how I got started Bible art journaling. There are so many methods (stamping, drawing, painting, mixed-media, etc.) that make up this few new form of worship, and we’ll

The Difference Between Guilt and Shame

Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death. — 2 Corinthians 7:10 Most people think that the words guilt and shame mean the same thing. But in fact, they are very different, and they bring different outcomes in our lives. Guilt is what Paul called “godly

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