It’s been a few months since I shared with you what Bible Journaling is and how to start Bible journaling. I pray that those blog posts encouraged you to dip your toes into the creative world of worship!
However, you may be sitting here a few months down the road and find yourself a little stuck. I’ve been in this same situation many times over the past year and a half. I’ve actually had a tough few months recently, creatively speaking.
Every time I sat down to read, I found myself having a really hard time concentrating. I couldn't focus on the words, the meaning, what I was supposed to learn, and I definitely couldn't concentrate enough to know what I was supposed to journal.
I believe 100% that bible journaling should be spirit led, so when I’m not feeling it, I just don’t do it.
I know that I still need to spend time with God. For almost 2 years, bible journaling has been my favorite way to do that. I have realized though, that sometimes even when I’m not forcing it, I actually am.Read More