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Update on Bible Journaling with Illustrated Faith

The day I left for a mission trip in El Salvador, my DaySpring order arrived. I wanted to dig into it and start using my new Bible journaling supplies. I didn’t have time before my flight, so I grabbed the Illustrated Faith devotion & stamp.

In El Salvador I have a set of colored pens that I’ve been using to start my Bible journaling adventure.  I happened upon Psalm 107 last week and have continued through one chapter each day. I’ve used my pens to mark what God is teaching me about Himself and about His people.

Try Bible journaling with markers & Illustrated Faith stamp ... review from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

I’ve also used my new stamp to date my response to God’s Word. Click on the image to for more info about the Illustrated Faith stamp.

Try your hand at Bible journaling with Illustrated Faith stamp pad or kit ... review from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

I’m also excited about ordering the new Illustrated Faith kit called “Beautiful”.

Why am I ordering this new kit called “Beautiful”?

Start Bible journaling with your daughters & use Beautiful by Illustrated Faith...read a review from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

  1. Beautiful includes a red stamp pad. I love red anything.
  2. Stamps are centered around the concept of “Love”. They include love, you are worthy, chosen, beautiful, loved enough, transformed, remember this and many images to stamp in my Bible journaling.
  3. Die cuts are centered around being beautiful in God’s eyes, including valued, adored, thankful, love, enough, redeemed and many more.
  4. Washi tape is a “beautiful” flower.

Although I haven’t seen the devotional for Beautiful, I’m sure it is something my daughters and I will enjoy doing together.

NOTE: You can save $10 and get FREE shipping when you order Created to Create and Beautiful kits from Illustrated Faith.  Click here to use the correct link to get both kits.

What about you & your daughters?

If I still homeschooled my daughters (especially in their teens), I’d use this kit to encourage them in reading the Word of God.  Unfortunately, I didn’t do a good job of encouraging my girls in reading their Bible outside family devotions and homeschooling.  This is a fun, cool way for teen girls to read & think about God’s Word.

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Question: How can you use Bible journaling in your homeschoool? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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