The #100DayProject

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In the last several years, and especially the last several months, I’ve seen a significant shift in me where I’ve begun to explore the creative side in me more.

When I saw posts about the #100DayProject popping up on my Instagram feed, I was definitely intrigued. But I felt like I wasn’t “good enough” at my craft to participate in the project. So I ignored the call…until day 1ย of the 100 days started. Continue reading

31 Days in the Bible

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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 #thethingsunseenย 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 toย 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