This week, a month of Praying for Ukraine would not be complete without sketchnoting some recipes. Sketchnoting recipes is one of my favorite things to do. Taking a recipe that has been in the family for years is a great way to document your family’s heritage. It’s visually inviting to motivate you to make that dish. As we focus our prayers on Ukraine this month, let’s
This week as we continue praying for Ukraine, let’s learn more about the country we are praying for. Your challenge this week is to do a sketchnote fact sheet on Ukraine to help better understand the people of Ukraine. Find at least 10 facts about Ukraine and sketchnote them. What does the flag look like? What is the national flower? How many people live in Ukraine?
This week as we continue our Prayers for Ukraine I thought we might pray the map of Ukraine while we doodle and sketch on it. Ukraine is about the size of Alaska. It’s a big place; about 600,000 square miles. Some of you are not into or have time to make daily cards. Here are some ways you can pray the map of Ukraine
Thanks for tuning back in for week 2 as we continue to use our sketchnoting skills to make visual prayers for Ukraine. This week let’s continue our list of things to pray for. Hopefully last week you found 7 things to write on your cards. This week let’s finish the list till we get to 31. Here’s my sketchnote of my prayer list. Verses to