Class: Faith/Bible Journaling Class by Terri
Date: May 28, 2017
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Fee: $25 includes all supplies needed just bring your bible or journal to class
Terri has taught bible journaling classes for years. If you are new or just want to come and learn new techniques this class is for you. Terri will help you understand what products work best with the bible paper pages and tips on how to express yourself. You do not need to be “artistic” just have a “thirst” or “want to” about bible journaling.
Understand what Bible Journaling is?
Bible journaling is an exciting way to engage with Scripture. It can transform the way you spend time in the Word and it all begins within the margins of the Bible.
When Bible journaling, you’ll find a creative and fresh approach to Bible reading. With pen in hand, you can visually capture Scripture, meditate on God’s Word and memorize the text. Some choose to journal as an expression of private devotion, others journal as an act of worship and there are even some who consider it a creative outlet that can be shared.
No matter what your purpose for Bible journaling, the beauty of the movement is this: it doesn’t require a skilled artist. All that matters is that you’re willing to experience God and His Word in a creative way.
How do your start or why you need to start Journaling?
God reveals Himself in Scripture, and when we take the time to truly explore it, we discover more of Him—His love story of salvation and redemption through Christ.
In our busy lives, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut, quickly reading a passage and then moving on to the demands of the day. We know we need a fresh perspective and new eyes when we approach God’s Word, but many of us just don’t know where to begin.
“Bible journaling is all about reading and studying the Word, letting it lead you to be creative in the ways you memorize and record Scripture,” Laurel Keller, an avid journaler and artist, said. “The goal with Bible journaling is to experience God’s Word in a new way as you spend time with the Lord.”