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Is your personal Bible study time dull and boring, or exciting and delightful? Either way, today I’m sharing how you can make your quiet time more colorful… and how colored pencils revolutionized my Bible study routine. Before I dive into that, though, here’s a little backstory: At the beginning of July, I decided I would read the book of Luke. I started off reading a chapter a day because that’s what I had been doing the previous month when I more »


I remember the very first time I laid eyes on a journaling Bible. It was my senior year of high school, and one of my friends received one as a present. She brought it to Bible class and all the girls ooh-ed and ah-ed over the gorgeous floral cover. Then she opened it and showed us how there were lines on the inside she could use to take notes. It felt weird, being jealous of a Bible. Seemed paradoxical or more »

Do you want to be bold for Jesus? I mean audaciously bold for Him- where you have no fear of telling others about Him or even just bringing Him up in a conversation. Yeah, me too. :) Ever since my mission trip to England, I’ve been reading through the book of Acts. One of my favorite stories in Acts is when Peter and John healed the lame beggar (Acts 3). The beggar had been sitting by the temple gate and more »