Faith Journal Binder

Faith Journal Binder

Here is a video created by Tammy Bartlett.  In the video she shows how to customize and decorate a chipboard binder for a faith journal. If you don’t have the binder, don’t worry, this video is soo much more! Tammy will entertain you with her down to earth style while sharing tips and teaching techniques.  She will show you how to create: metal piece on binding flowers measuring tape bow flourishes and more… All the while sharing tips on best products to use for best results! I’m sure you will be blessed beyond measure as well when you view the video. You can learn more about Tammy by visiting her blog-Beyond Measure. She has more videos and of course her posts will bless and inspire you! Be sure to stop by and leave Tammy some blog comment love. Snapshots of finished binder:        I hope Tammy’s video and faith journal binder both inspired and encouraged you today. Faithfully,   P.S. Don’t miss a reminder!  Be sure you are signed up for the FREE eCourse which also includes weekly recaps of  the latest...

Bible Notes

As I was looking at Gemiel’s Bible notebook, I thought about my piles of paper, spiral notebooks, etc piling up on the end table where I keep my books that I’m currently reading. I take notes to refer back to, but rarely do I because I don’t remember where they are! As much as I talk about altering composition notebooks you would think I would create one and have a nice place for all my notes. I think I know what my next project is… Bible Notes by Gemiel Matthews For the base of the journal I used chipboard packaging. I made pocket pages on the inside front cover and 1st page of the journal to hold scripture cards and other handouts from class. I also used scraps of the papers and the “Thy Word” stickers to create bookmarks that I can add to the journal. I stored these in the pocket on the first page. Supplies used: Summer Floral Scattered Flowers (front and back) Summer Stripe Limeade Fauna Thy Word...

How to Keep a Spiritual Journal

How to Keep a Spiritual Journal By Rhonda Jones A spiritual journal records your journey towards God. Other than meditation and sacred silence, I can’t think of any other practice except reading my Bible that has had a greater impact on my life. I have been journaling for over 15 years. I began journaling when I was going through a stuff time emotionally. Journaling helped me to work through my pain. During the stillness and quietness of journaling I was able to hear God’s voice comfort and encourage me. It was my time to nurture my spirit and soul and to pay attention to what I was feeling. Journaling allowed me to be real with myself and to release the hidden treasures of my heart. Journaling also aided me in self-discovery. Journaling should be a meaningful and rewarding experience. It is not just a chronological diary of the day’s events but contains the thoughts, reflections, and perceptions of our daily life and events. It should contain stories, articles, and objects that reflect you and where you want to be spiritually, physically, and mentally. It contains the keepsakes of the heart and soul. I encourage journaling after meditation. Once we become still and relaxed, we created a great environment to hear from God. Keep your journal near while meditating on God to record any words of inspiration, visions, or answers God might be giving you. Use a journal to record insights from spiritual books you’re reading or the Bible. Write scriptures that touch or prick your heart and meditate on them. Write prayers and keep a prayer log. The ideas...

Faithful Friday-Redeem the Time

Note from Dawn: Have you been pondering January’s verses on time? I have.  As a matter of fact, I had a preconceived idea of what my layout was going to be about.   Then I reviewed the verses for January(after not being able to create the layout) and one particular verse jumped out at me (not what I was originally thinking).  God’s ways are not are own.  I’m looking forward to seeing how my January layout turns out. Be thinking about how your time has been blessed this month… ***Need a reminder on January’s Blessing of time, click here. Redeem The Time Altered Comp Book by Margie Conway Our theme for the month is the Blessing of Time. And for me January is all about planning out the year – my plans usually get altered but I try. This book is to track some specific goals made for the year. Journaling: -The pull out tag on cover says “Redeem The Time” -Inside cover says “My Goals” and a list numbered 1-10 It also says Live Well…Laugh Often…Love Much -Back Cover says “Planning” and “The Lord will guide thee” -Parts of these verses are written on pages through out the book Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 “1To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: 2A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; 3A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; 4A time to weep, and a time to...

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