“All the Way Up” Print Pray Slay Bible Journal Process

  Happy 2nd anniversary to Print Pray Slay!  This bright, unique business has been contributing to the Bible journaling community for two years, and I feel so lucky to be able to celebrate with them as a member of the Print Pray Slay PR Team.  Today, over on YouTube, I am sharing a process usingContinue reading ““All the Way Up” Print Pray Slay Bible Journal Process”

“Just Keep Growing” – Bible Journaling with Printables

I used to have a very negative feeling about using printable files in my Bible journaling.  To me, it felt like cheating.  It felt like if I were not creating an entry completely from scratch, than the time spent with God was not as authentic.  That was in the beginning of my Bible journaling days,Continue reading ““Just Keep Growing” – Bible Journaling with Printables”

“Waiting in Day 2” BTW4G Bible Journaling Process

As I get close to wrapping up the June devotional from BTW4G, “Waiting in Day 2”, I wanted to share another fun process with you all!  You can check out the video for this process over on my YouTube channel: The main technique that I tried with this page involved printing some digital papers ontoContinue reading ““Waiting in Day 2” BTW4G Bible Journaling Process”

Great is Thy Faithfulness Hymnal Entry

Have you ever had a journaling entry that was driven by supplies?  Normally, when I am working in my Bible or my hymnal, the verse or the song is the starting point.  I am inspired to journal thoughts or prayers about a certain passage.  Sometimes, it is just because I want to spend time reflectingContinue reading “Great is Thy Faithfulness Hymnal Entry”

Using Digital Files in Art Journaling

I have admired art journalers for a long time.  Last year I began obsessively watching Jane Davenport, and then discovered Let’s Get Inkie, followed by a recent binge of Ali Brown (thanks Illustrated Faith!).  I loved seeing the creativity spilling onto these ladies’ fabulous pages, but felt like it was far out of my reach.Continue reading “Using Digital Files in Art Journaling”