The Art of Bible Journaling


Hello everyone, my name is Susan Johnson. My daughter, Reagan (10 years old) and I are the artists of the month. As a mother, I really want to pass along my passion for studying the Word to my kids. Proverbs 22:6 tells us to train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old he will not depart from it.

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January 2020: Jade Sibbles

Hi there, I am Jade Sibblies. I am from Kingston, Jamaica. I am a mom to a five-year-old boy named Kyson, whose superpower is Autism. I am a child of God, a single Autism mom, a daughter, a chef, a student (I am currently doing my Bachelor’s in Theology) and a crafter (I love making things with my hands).

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December 2019: Erika Radke

Art has been a passion of mine since I was a child. Teaching art has also become a labor of love. I have taught ceramics classes at an art center for over 10 years, and also lead a Bible Journaling group at my church. Making art is trickier these days, because I have three young kids, but is even more rewarding, when I get the chance.

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November 2019: Peggy Thibodeau

I am passionate about the Bible because it truly changed my life.  What an incredible and precious gift our Lord has given us in the living word!  However, I came to art later than most artists, in my late 30’s.  After more than a decade of being an artist, I discovered Bible journaling.  I began making art in my Bible. 

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October 2019: Katie Helmreich

Stories are incredible. A good narrative knits together snippets of characters’ lives to reveal purpose, understanding, relationships, and love. Shared stories are the highlight of conversations with family and friends! They define us. Little anecdotes reveal who we are and how we’re connected.

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September 2019: Cathy Maher

My adventure into the beautiful world of Bible Journaling began when I saw ideas people were sharing on InstaGram and wondered how they created such beautiful pages. That led to some YouTube searches in early 2015. I watched the steps they took and the various mediums they used. I found kits to order, downloads to print and make stickers, as well as books with ideas and how-to lessons. I’ve always enjoyed making truth cards using scripture, promises, goals and prayers and decorating with color and stickers. The transition into doing art in my bible came natural for me.

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