Hi sweet friends! I wanted to talk to you about Scripture Journaling!
As women it is very easy to put everyone’s needs above our own, with every intention of getting around to caring for our own needs later, only for it to get pushed further and further back. Our spirit, soul and body are intertwined and what happens to one, affects the other two.
The scripture lettering that I do in my journals helps me ZERO in on the verse, helping me write it on my heart. But many times it doesn’t end with the finished lettering, it goes a step further and becomes a prayer.
As I’m working on the verse my eyes are quite often opened to a need, whether it is in my own life, the life of a family member or friend, my country, or the world.
Many of these women would look at my work as they were admiring it and say,
“I wish I was creative. I don’t have a creative bone in my body” or
“I can’t even draw a straight line” or
“I didn’t know that verse was in the Bible” or
“I wish I knew my Bible better...”
So, I would like to tell you that I am teaching women how they really do have creativity inside of them... planted by the Creator Himself! By teaching you how to work with your own handwriting with very simple steps to enhance it... Teaching you that the discipline of practice applied to lettering and journaling Bible Verses can actually help you memorize the verses.
I’m always looking forward to showing you how to use color and different styles of lettering to break down Bible Verses in order to understand them and remember them better. I’m always excited to teach you how to turn your lettered verses into prayers for a prayer journal and how to decorate the lettering to frame for home decor & to give as gifts, too!
Every month I put together a multi-lesson course/workshop with videos and traceables that help ladies learn these new skills to apply to Scripture Journaling called Lemonade Creative Hearts. So if this sounds like something that would interest you, I would love to have you join our Creative Hearts Community.
I love how you journal! Excited to be part of your community.