May’s Bible Writing Plan is a continuation of April. We’ll finish Psalm 119 this month. I am really enjoying taking my time in reading this Psalm. This chapter exalts God’s Word, and it’s helping me slow down, meditate, and even memorize. Just some of the reasons why I love writing out the Bible! Continue reading
Ever since I started this blog, I’ve been putting out monthly Bible Writing Plans to help us be more intentional about not only reading, but also writing the Word. In March, I also put out the plan on Instagram as a lettering challenge with the hashtag #thethingsunseen and a few people even joined in! On Instagram, since the platform is more visual, participants were not required to write out the entire passage, but perhaps focus on one or two words, a specific verse, phrase, thought, or draw something. I was so excited that other people participated, that I decided to do the same for April! If you’re active on Instagram, I’d love to have you join in, too! Just check out my page.
I’ve also shared in the past about how to creatively respond to the Bible, and how that allows us to connect deeper, meditate, encourage, and express ourselves. I did a little bit of this in my earlier plans, but in March, I really focused in on it so that I could participate in the Instagram version of the plan. I’m so glad that I explored my creative side more, because I learned three important lessons. Continue reading
Ever since I started this blog back in November 2016, I’ve been doing these monthly Bible Writing Plans. And with each one, I’ve been so inspired in different ways. I still believe in sticking to a certain book of the Bible, or progressing chronologically so that we don’t take verses out of context. So this month, we will be focusing on just one chapter in the book of Psalm.
I don’t know who said this, but I heard it during my Youth Group days:
“To live a faithful life, you must live each day faithfully”.
As a millennial, I fall into the category of the age group of people that are leaving the church in droves. But as a millennial, I also have the drive, passion, and zeal that describe this generation to reignite the church family. Continue reading