Hi everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful July. Here is August's Little Bible Plan (download below), which features daily journaling prompts that you can use in your Little Faith Book, journal or Bible! You'll find ideas such as "Write a letter to Jesus" and "Get creative with paint today." I'm so excited for you to join in! We're journeying on through Isaiah this month (I'm a little—okay, a LOT—in love with this book). If the passages seem a little slow at first, hang in there! Because OH MY GOODNESS WOW do they get good. I can't WAIT for us to study these incredible verses together! As always, be sure to hashtag #littlebibleplan so we can see what you're learning and creating this month!
Hi everyone! I hope you're all having a great start to 2017! I had such a blast looking at all your amazing Little Bible Plan posts last month. Can't wait to see what February has in store!
This month's passages are centered around royalty and being a princess of the One True King. We're going to be reading through Esther, 1 Peter, Ruth and a chapter in Isaiah.
This calendar also features 28 days of creative prompts that you can complete in your Little Faith Book, journal or Bible! (You can check out the Little Faith Book here!)
As always, be sure to use the hashtag #littlebibleplan on Instagram and Twitter to share how you're using your plan! I can't wait to see all your creative and inspiring posts! ♡
Hi guys! I hope you enjoy this tutorial on how I made paper clip bookmarks for my Bible! It was super simple and I used supplies I already had around my house. These add such an adorable and personal touch to your Bible!
Download my FREE printable at the bottom of this post! It features all the images I found on Google for my bookmarks, but you can use any pictures that fit your style.
Print out my free printable or any pictures of your choice on white card stock paper.
Cut the images out. This requires some patience, so take your time! I recommend getting comfortable and putting on your favorite Christian music.
Taking a paper clip and your hot glue gun, add a small dot of hot glue to the top of the paper clip. (Make sure your paper clip is facing the right way, so it will attach to your Bible with the bookmark on top!)
Take one of your pictures and attach it to the hot glue dot. Let dry.
Repeat steps three and four with the rest of your images!
And that's it! You're ready to stick them in your Bible!
If you try this out, be sure to post a picture on Instagram or Twitter and tag me! I'd love to see!
Download my printable below! It's totally free, no strings attached, but it would mean a lot to me if you'd like to follow my social media accounts and share this post on Pinterest! ♡
Michaela and I had a blast getting to Bible journal together earlier this month, and we wanted to share our fall-themed pages with you!
ESV Journaling Bible
Pigma Micron Pen
Crayola SuperTips Markers
Pumpkin & Leaf Stickers
Illustrated Faith Date Stamp
She was also super excited that her scrapbook paper looked just like the fall outfits of the Dapper Dans at Disney World!
NIV Beautiful Word Bible (Hardcover)
Pigma Micron Pen
Crayola SuperTips Markers
Pumpkin & "Thursday" Stickers
You can find Bible journaling supplies like these at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Target, etc. Hope you enjoyed this post! If you have any questions, please let us know!
xoxo, Jenny & Michaela
This month's Little Bible Plan is something I've never done before! I've been really into Bible journaling lately (I just got this Bible a few weeks ago) and I thought this would be super fun to do together.
WHAT IS IT?
This Bible Reading Plan includes 31 days of verses that are awesome for Bible journaling! I realize you might not be able to illustrate in your Bible every day, but I hope this will also be a great resource for you to come and look back on when you're in the journaling mood!
Whether you've been Bible journaling for forever or you're just starting out, I hope you enjoy reading these verses and using your creativity to worship your Creator!
I WISH I COULD BIBLE JOURNAL, BUT I'M JUST NOT THAT ARTISTIC.
There's no right or wrong way to Bible journal—you don't even have to have a "journaling Bible." You can attach pages to your Bible with washi tape or draw in your Little Faith Book. You can create a full-blown watercolor masterpiece, doodle with markers, go crazy with stickers or jot down notes with a black pen. Seriously, whatever you enjoy and whatever helps you dig into God's Word—go for it!
BIBLE JOURNALING ISN'T FOR ME.
If you're not really into this whole Bible journaling thing, don't worry! These passages are still awesome and inspiring all on their own.
HOW DO I USE IT?
You can download the plan below and put it in your Bible, Little Faith Book, etc. I stuck mine in my Bible with some adorable sprinkles washi tape from Hobby Lobby! (I attached it to Ephesians because that's where we're starting out.)
If you'd like to share what you're journaling this month, please use that hashtag #littlebibleplan on Instagram and Twitter so we can all see!
Hi, I'm Jenny! I'm just a 22-year-old girl who loves Disney, writing, creativity, coffee, kids' ministry, the color pink, and my best friend, Jesus Christ, above all. ♡
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