Browsing Category: Scripture Writing

Just in case you didn’t know, we design a new Scripture writing journal every year and we are over the moon about this one! Mostly because it’s not just one. For the first time ever (cue the confetti), we are offering 3 different versions of this year’s theme! Let’s hear it for …

Buckle up as we embark on a wild ride of exploring 365 verses that will point us to true heart satisfaction! Well, not all 365 in one sitting. That would be wild! {grin} But yes, you read that right. This topic is so significant that it …

What? You couldn’t care less about Scripture writing? I hear this a lot. Well, maybe not in those exact words. {Thank you for being more polite than that.} But the truth is most Christians don’t get into Scripture writing. So I asked around … why is that? …

A few years ago, I rounded up some recipes that were hand-written by my grandmothers and great-grandmother. I was making a scrapbook of my family tree and I thought it would be cool to include some of their handwriting. You know, I truly hope handwriting never goes totally by the wayside. Because …

I have a hypothetical question for you. If a doctor wrote you a prescription and told you that it was essential for you to take the medicine every day in order to have good health, would you? I’m guessing yes. Even if it was expensive. Even if it tasted terrible. If he said it was essential, you’d find a way, right? So with that in mind, let me ask you a real question …

You know how much we love verse journaling around here, right? Well, today I am excited to have my sweet friend Sarah Geringer share her personal experience with us. I thought I had covered all the possible benefits of verse journaling (aka verse hunting), but Sarah shares one I missed!

‘Tis the season for shopping for new planners, right? They seem to be everywhere I turn. Never mind that there’s 4 more months until my current planners run out. Yes, plural. I have my “Goldilocks” (just right) Christian Printable Planner and my┬áplain planner for writing a verse a day. And there’s also my mini calendar where I keep track of birthdays, and my giant wall calendar where I plan my blog posts, and of course, there’s the calendar on my phone for my appointments. Too much of a good thing? It could be said that I have a problem. But …