Introducing the Bible Journaling Pack
A new printable pack showed up in the shop back in January with little fanfare or announcement.
Friend, meet the Bible journaling Pack. Bible Journaling Pack, meet my Friend.
What is Bible Journaling?
Bible journaling is just a fancy term for adding in your own written words and pictures while reading the Bible. There are some really cool Bibles out there that have turned scriptures into art that you can color throughout your Bible. Here's a really neat one!
You may have seen Bibles like this ESV Journaling Bible that have lined margins where you can write your thoughts as you read.
I personally enjoy physically writing out the scriptures that I’m reading – it gives me a really unique way to connect with what I’m reading. But I’ve done some searching around and there aren’t a lot of things out there that are set up for you to physically copy Bible passages. So that’s where this new printable pack comes in! I’m gonna walk you through each section and some ideas on how to use it in your personal studies.
I want everyone to have the opportunity to cultivate this practice if they would like to, so the packs are FREE for you to download! And we are creating new packs with different themes, so you’ll want to keep coming back to the I Heart Planners store every month to see what’s new!
Write It Out…
My original vision for this section was to provide a space to copy the scriptures. I think there is power is physically writing the words out instead of just reading them – it gives a greater opportunity to internalize them. But another great way to use this section is to jot down notes and thoughts as you read through the passage.
Draw It Out…
I’ll be the first to admit that I am no artist, but I do think spending time visualizing what we are reading, or even just pulling out specific words and writing them in different colors, can provide a deeper perspective on the text.
Pray It Out…
And last but certainly not least, I’ve provided a space for you to spend some time connecting with God over what you’ve read – and asking Him to help you apply it!
I hope these packs are as much a blessing to you as they are to me!
You can find the downloads here:
12 Day Advent Bible Journaling Pack
Blessings in the New Year Bible Journaling Pack
Awesome!! Thank You Laura! I got the Acts of the Apostle first. I am going to enjoy this. I too believe it helps to write things out, seems to stick in my little brain better.
Love this idea!
Stacey Posey Says
Thank you so much for making these! I, too, love to write out the scriptures and my pwn notes. But, that can take up a lot of space, which means before now, I could only use a blank journal. NOW, I’m excited that I have something big enough AND it’s guided if I need that. This may be my favorite of anything you have made!!!
Elizabeth Lopez Says
I’d loved this. I’ve worked in many christian schools and I struggled so many times to find a nice material for my kids. Something they can handle and looks nice. Congrats! do you have something about judge’s book? by free? hehe just kidding. Thanks a lot again.
What an absolute beautiful idea! Thank you for sharing!
Thank you so much for sharing this, Laura! Always so faith-strengthening to review the Acts of Apostles. Is there (or will there be) a generic version of this in the Sweet Life Society so that we can use it with our own daily Bible reading?
Thank you for these freebies.
These look like a really good way to do Bible Study. Gets me to thinking about what I am reading.
However there is no link to the Advent set. Only takes me back to the order form. Will go through the order process again but it is a bit much.
Gracie Holycross Says
Thank you so very much for the Bible Journaling. It is greatly appreciated.
Tasha Whitsitt Says
We are so glad you are enjoying them. We love creating them!
Jessica Carman Says
When I click on the links to download it keeps saying something like not found. Can you help me with this?
Tasha Whitsitt Says
Email us at email@example.com and we can help you out!