God wants us to remember His faithfulness to us so we should document the times we see His gracious hands in our lives. Documenting Events I am reading 1st Samuel right now and just came to the place where Samuel sets up an altar of stones calling it Ebenezer because “God has helped us this far” (chapter 7:12). Samuel recognized God’s hand allowing the Israelites
In this post we are going to explore the concept of prayer flags as a reminder to us to pray continually. Prayer Flags Ok, some of you are going to think I’ve gone totally bonkers with this post, but bear with me. I have been fascinated with the idea of prayer flags and this post is about making some prayer flags. The idea for this
Today we are going to take a little different approach to prayer and document our prayer walk. Take a walk today on your street and pray for each house or building on the street. If you know the family you can pray for the needs that are on your heart or if you don’t know them to pray that the household knows the Lord and
Here’s the printable you all have been asking for. You can get the PDF by signing up for the newsletter. The link will be in the welcome letter – for the Member’s only page. You can click on that and grab the PDF. I’d love to see your finished pieces. Thanks to Ruth Carson who started this all by posting her very beautiful piece –
In this post we will explore more visual prayer cards by doing a card for a single person or doing one verse to pray over many people. Supplies needed for this post Index cards Black pen – Bold – Pigma Sensei or the Faber Castel 1.5, Thin – Sharpie Pen Pencil, eraser, Colors – markers, water colors Washi tape – optional One verse for many
Be The Light Bible Journaling Conference The Be The Light Bible Journaling Conference started on Wednesday, Oct 16 and runs through Friday, Oct 18. I am speaking on Sketchnoting tomorrow at 11:30 CT. Today I got to hear my dear friend AlanaJoy Dubois from the Happy Unconventional Life blog. You should go and visit if you’re not following her. AlanaJoy also had tons of resources
Happy Labor Day. I got up this morning and decided to post something in my online classroom to wish everyone a Happy Labor Day. I did some research and found some fun facts about Labor Day and then decided to put it all in a Sketchnote to post in my class. Hopefully, they will like it more than a lecture on Job Order Cost Accounting. I thought maybe I should share my process of creating a fact sheet.
I haven’t post a sketchnote in a while and I’m excited to be able to start posting more regularly now. We have finished our time in Children’s Church, and are beginning to visit other churches to connect and create a bigger community in Christ. I’ll post more about 5:13 Ministries later. Here are my Sketchnotes from Willot Road Community Church in St. Peters MO. Dr.