From the very beginning of my Christian walk, I have made it my practice to write in the margins of my Bible, to underline and highlight, to interact with the word of God in a personal way.
But it wasn’t until late 2015 that I heard about creative Bible journaling. I don’t know when this practice began spreading like wildfire. Judging by all of the YouTube videos and Facebook groups, I’m guessing it was about two years before I discovered it myself. All I can say is that this way of interacting with Scripture took hold of my heart and imagination immediately.
To see more of my journaling, visit my Instagram page.
And here is a “flip through” video after my first journaling Bible that I made after six weeks.
Here are a few of my entries in the 100 Days of Bible Promises devotional journal (all Bible art journaling doesn’t have to be done in a Bible):