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From The Heart Scripture Writing Plan || December

We are in the final month of the year already, ladies! What better way to close out the year than with rejoicing and celebrating the birth of the newborn King. With the busyness of all that December brings, let us take a few moments each day to be still and reflect on what is really means to wait in anticipation. The word “Advent” means “coming.” People celebrate Advent in different ways, but the reason is the same. Advent is about…

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My Favorite Bibles for Women

When I started sharing more of my Bible study habits over on Instagram, I had women constantly ask me to recommend a Bible for them. I am more than happy to do that…help women spend time in the Word? Absolutely. That prompted me to write a post for you about my favorite Bibles for women. These are Bibles I recommend for women of all ages, depending on their life circumstances. Read through these recommendations, click to visit a few and…

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Scripture Writing Plan || November

Join us in a Scripture writing plan for the month of November and copy down God’s Word. One of my favorite ways to read and study God’s Word has been to hand copy Scripture. I have been copying Scripture for about three years now and it, along with Bible Journaling, has completely changed the way I read and study the Bible. My daughters have started their own Scripture writing as part of their morning routine, which has been a blessing…

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Bible Journaling Supplies for Beginners

When you enter the world of Bible Journaling, you find that there is an endless list of supplies available. It can quickly become overwhelming and pretty costly. If you know what you actually need for Bible Journaling supplies and can keep within your budget, it can be so much fun and a creative way to bring more meaning to your study. Don’t forget why you are Bible Journaling in the first place – to spend more time in the Word.…

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10 Monthly Bible Journaling Devotional Kits

Bible Journaling has been a passion of mine for some time now. I was looking for a way to reignite my Bible Study and kept coming across these beautiful photos on Instagram. At first, I just looked at the photos, loving them and feeling inspired, but thinking I wasn’t creative enough to do any journaling myself. Little did I know what a journey God would take me on! Bible Journaling has transformed my study of God’s Word. It takes my…

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Bible Journaling with Grace and Gratitude || Illustrated Faith

It’s a new month, which means new Bible Journaling Kits! If you are a Bible Journaler like me, you know what I mean. I love when I get a new devotional in the mail with some beautiful pieces to spark my creativity. One of the Bible Journaling kits I am working through for the month of October is Illustrated Faith’s Grace And Gratitude.   DaySpring did send me this kit in exchange for an honest review. Affiliate links are used…

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12 Essential Bible Study Resources

Every time I mention studying my Bible or I post a picture, someone asks about my bible study resources. Although I think studying your Bible is very personal and unique to each individual, I do have some resources that I highly recommend to anyone who wants to grow in knowledge and There are about twelve bible study resources that I use regularly when studying God’s Word for myself. Sometimes I use all of them and sometimes I only reach for…

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REVIVAL CAMP || Illustrated Faith Devotional Kit || 2018

Squeal! I am beyond excited to show you the newest Bible Journaling Devotional Kit from Illustrated Faith! It took awhile to arrive on my doorstep due to some big changes they made to the kits, but it was so worth the wait! This is the first kit of three for Revival Camp this year. This is the third year they have done Revival Camp, but it was all digital in the past and you had to print the content yourself.…

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