Journaling Bibles have grown in popularity. In recent years, some have chosen to add artwork to their Bibles as part of their meditation on the word. The NIV Artisan Collection seeks to enhance this with its own stylishly designed exterior and wide-margin interior. If you've been seeking a journaling Bible for a daughter, granddaughter, or Bible class student, here are some pros and cons to consider...
Since I've started publishing scripture writing plans, I've had a few questions about how these plans work. There really isn't a set method for scripture writing, but I would love to share both what I have done and what others have done to get more engagement with God's word. Scripture writing (a.k.a. copying scriptures) is… Continue reading How to Use Scripture Writing Plans
Teaching the Bible to kids can be a challenge, as is finding books and Bibles suitable for your children's level of learning. The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids works to remedy this challenge by creating a more kid friendly format. The recommended age range for children is 4-8 years old. The binding is a… Continue reading Book Review: The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids
Today is the 100th day of 2018! It's hard to believe we are almost one-third of the way into what was a new year! Many entered the New Year resolved to start a bible reading plan. If this was your goal, how's it going? It's important to remember that reading the Bible isn't about patting ourselves… Continue reading Don’t Forget… to Stay in the Word.
So you thought we were done with the complaining series, eh? We're getting closer... There are three words every Christian should use when confronted with temptation: It. Is. Written. Of course, it doesn't do any good to use these three words if you don't know what is supposed to come next. Our Savior set an… Continue reading 10 Anti-Complaining Passages to Sharpen Your Sword