I’m a huge an of bible journaling and using art to praise & worship God. I received my first journaling bible, years ago before it was ‘cool’ and loved the concept & overall execution of The Beautiful Word Bible from Zondervan, from last year. I’ve since added The Beautiful Word Devotional to my morning routine … More Book Review: The Beautiful Words Coloring Book
Esther is one of my favorite books of the Bible. It’s in my top 3 Old Testament books if I’m going to be completely honest. This compact and concise bible study has almost everything you need.
In some ways the title of this blog post is a bit misleading, since this is a prayer journal there isn’t actually that much to read but I did read, pray and color through a weeks worth of the prompts.
There are merely 24 days until December and only 49 days until Christmas, are you prepared? Most people would say no, I’m in no way prepared considering fall just arrived. I typically like to post Christmas/Advent themed items in December but this new color devotional written by Nancy Guthrie and Illustrated by Lizzie Preston is the … More Color your way to Christmas
If you’re like me you enjoy worship in a multitude of ways, in the past that has been through journaling and most recent in calming coloring while listening to music or a sermon. It means experimental music, journaling styles and lectino divina.
While I love coloring, not all coloring books appeal to me artistically. And that is ok, this coloring book includes quotes and images that feature a very positive view of our history and the men (& women) who shaped our nation.
I was lucky enough to spend 4 days in Paris in 2015, not the best 4 days because some crazy guys decided to attack a theater but I did get to enjoy the city, a few museums before they closed down, the sidewalk cafes, and the macaroons not to mention to the amazing fashion.
I love coloring. I enjoy pulling out my colors, sitting at the kitchen table or at the coffee table and coloring while Travis watches the game or enjoys a record. My friend Stacie and I have been using coloring as a fun way of relaxing and as meditating.
In college, I took a color theory class. It was seen as a joke, I mean what was there to discuss? The professor led the class through a series of exercises working with color in various forms, I walked away from this class with a greater understanding of color and it’s presence in the world … More Color Therapy through an Enchanted Forest