I excited to announce my new devotional journal: Loved: a Doodle Devotional. I love being in The Word, but I am not a good and consistent with journaling. I am not likely to take the time to write pages and pages. However when I added a sketchbook to my quite time, my time with the Lord came alive! Doodling a verse is the process of
I am sorry for absence for the last little bit, but I have been working on a new project. I will share it with you on Monday. In the meantime, here’s a Doodle Devo from my journal. I was thinking about the awesome and perfect way that God a made for us to be with Him in eternity. I also made it a printable:
Doodle Devo: Hope This week’s Doodle Devo is a free printable card that you can use to doodle some joy and encouragement into someone’s life. I have a friend going through a tough time right now and this was the perfect card to doodle and send! Here’s the link to the print the .pdf file so you can print lots and doodle hope all
Doodle Devo: JOY! This week’s Doodle Devo is a free printable card that you can use to doodle some joy and encouragement into someone’s life. We did several cards at our Progressive Ladies Lunch Bunch. We went to multiple houses and had a course and an activity at each house. It was a wonderfully fun time. Here’s the link to the print the .pdf file
Introducing the Doodle Devotional: God is Good all the time and all the time God is Good. I have never been one to write in a journal to enhance my quiet time. I have tried many times, but have never been successful. I envy people who can write for hours during their quiet time. But then I discovered that if I was doodling and reflecting,
Here’s a page from my devotional journal I did today. I decided to illustrate a Job 38:1 as I read a post from Pastor Phil Nelson about God’s use of Whirlwinds. Pastor Phil is pastor at Lakeland Baptist Church in Carbondale, Illinois. Here’s the link to his post: http://www.lakelandchurch.org/10301/newsletterentry/entry_id/358153/Newsletter-Entry In the meantime my prayers are with the folks in Moore Oklahoma.
I have always admired people who have been able to write pages and pages in their journals during quite time. I have a tall stack of journals where I have tried to journal – it lasts for about 2 days. I have tried getting really fancy journals thinking I’d be more inclined to journal – but alas – no success. But as I am always