14 Days of Bible Journaling Inspiration

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Bible journaling has literally taken the world by storm!  It is a concept that I learned about almost three years ago and that I am very grateful for having in my life.  The help that it has brought to my anxiety and the joy it has brought to the time I spend with the Lord is priceless.

That’s why I am so excited to share more Bible journaling inspiration in the form of 14 days of guest posts here on the blog sharing their Bible journaling journeys.

Bible journaling inspiration

This event is to inspire, encourage and educate you on the topic of Bible journaling.

This page holds all of the special 14 Days of Bible Journaling Inspiration Page here on the blog all in one plac.e  

The Bible journalers who participated  in this amazing event were:

Lisa Yvonne from

Graceful Abandon

Taylor Phillips from
Let the Redeemed Say

Jade Simo from
The Holy Mess

JoDitt Williams from

Jana Kennedy-Spicer from
Sweet to the Soul

Tamacca Harrison from
Bible Journaling on a Budget

Sally Sulcove from
Journaling the Bible

Denise Nash from

Jennifer Evangelista from
Grace in Color

Brit Carleton from
Drawn to Worship

Rachel Cheyne from
Quietish Spirit

Ana Willis from
They Call me Blessed

Laquisha Hall from
Confident Canvas

Now to share with you my favorite Bible journaling technique.  Recently, in the local Bible journaling course that I lead we used Faber-Castell Gelatos.  These are by far my favorite tool for Bible journaling.  They go on smooth, you can blend them with your fingers or use a paintbrush with water.  They create a beautiful look that does not smudge or rub off on your hands.  I especially like the metallic colors that I have.  You can see an example below:

Bible journaling inspiration

Isn’t that just beautiful?  I really enjoy using Gelatos.  This verse is especially beautiful as well.  Over the next 14 days, you will be able to see a variety of Bible journaling techniques that all these Bible journaling ladies enjoy.  You are sure to find something that you will love.

Let’s not forget the exciting giveaways you can enter to win. . . . over $200 in prizesEnter to win now!  You will want to scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to find the giveaways!

Finally, I’d like to share with you a FREE Bible journaling lesson, simply click the image below to sign up!


18 thoughts on “14 Days of Bible Journaling Inspiration”

  1. Thanks much! A dear friend recently gave me some Gelatos to try, I had never heard of them! What FUN!! I have a LOT to learn, but am loving every second of it!

  2. I look forward to learning more. I noticed that your journaling appears to be in an art journal rather than on the pages of your scripture. While i’ve been impressed with the lovely artwork so many have been led to put on their Bible pages, it is not where the Lord has led me, so it is encoraging to see Bible journaling in another art venue.

    1. Oh yes I wasn’t comfortable putting it in my Bible itself so I do Bible journaling in an art journal. It is how I teach others to do so as well.

        1. Great idea! I have tried bullet journaling, but I didn’t stick with it. Instead this year I have a Passion planner for what and then I have traveler’s notebook that I use for my quiet time, any BIble studies I am doing, sermon notes, and prayer journaling.

          1. I have been searching the traveler’s notebook idea. Do you have any ideas on what to look for and suggestions on where to get one?

  3. Hi Alyssa! Great opening! Love the article. I haven’t tried the gelatos yet, but know I soon will. ~THarrison

  4. Samantha Raasch

    I love that you keep things simple- I sometimes get overwhelmed and feel the need to have the “fancy stuff”.

  5. I have journal prayers by using scriptures for years but then just stopped . I trying to get back to it. I never heard of Gelatos. But I’m going to get a small set to try them. I use color pens in my prayer journal. I switch up colors for a different day. I’m excited to try something new.

  6. I am new to bible journeying but I do love colouring in. I have recently had a couple of colouring in books given to me that are biblically base.. I haven’t seen the Gelatos pens before. I’m in a country town in Australia.

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