Mallory’s first attempt at Bible Journaling. She used paint as the backdrop, black gel pen, colored pencils for the rose. I think it turned out awesome, especially for a first try!
Psalm 2 – My version Can you tell me why certain countries create mayhem and contrive a futile strategy? Kings, presidents, prime ministers, and monarchs gather in a great summit with a war on their mind. They want to attack God and His chosen people, saying, “They have us all tied up, we need to… Read more »
Psalm 1 – My Version You will be so happy if you’re not dragged into listening to those who have been dragged into their own evil desires, or standing on the sidewalk near those who don’t value God or pull up a chair at the table of those who communicate their hate for God. Instead… Read more »
Psalm 20 – When you’re overwhelmed with a financial, a relationship, or an emotional problem, I pray that God will help solve that problem. Not only answer your prayer but raise you above your issues. I want God to hold your hand and listen attentively as you spill your heart to Him. When you’ve told… Read more »
Where I live there aren’t many shepherd so I tried to think about someone in my area who acted like a shepherd to a sheep. What I came up with was an animal rescuer. They are passionate and noble people who want to help neglected, abused animals, who cannot help themselves. I think that captures… Read more »
Psalms 8 From the crowded streets of Calcutta to the magnificent tropical rainforest in Brazil to the colorful houses dotting the coast of Greenland, Your name God is beyond all others. You made the sky and it speaks to Your greatness. Even within the babble of a baby or the nonsense of a toddler your… Read more »
When a translator converts the Bible into a new language, it opens the Bible to a new group of people and that’s amazing. There are very few Christ followers who would complain about that because it expands the influence of Christianity. Have you ever thought that a translation isn’t the only way to expand the… Read more »