• Create a Wide Margin Scripture Journal
    Scripture Study

    How to Create a Wide Margin Scripture Journal

    Creating your own wide margin journal is well worth the small effort it requires. There are many options available for purchasing a wide margin journal. I have nothing against purchasing one and I feel there are some good options out there. Ultimately, I decided to create my own. To read more about how I’ve used a wide margin scripture journal and what I like about making my own CLICK HERE. Looking to create your own wide margin scripture journal? What You’ll Need: Notebook (I bought mine at a dollar store- it’s a composition notebook) Pen or pencil (I use a pen) Colored pencils Scissors Glue stick Printed wide margin scriptures…

  • Scripture Journal
    Scripture Study

    Scripture Journaling

    Using a Wide Margin Scripture Journal When I first saw the idea of a wide margin scripture journal, I thought it was a clever idea. Having my notes on the side of the scripture verses appeals to me. After creating my own journal and using it for a while, I have found it helpful in my personal scripture studies. 3 ways a wide margin scripture journal has helped me in my scripture studies: Using the journal helps me slow down and take more time to ponder the few verses on the page. For instance, it allows space for me to define words helping me gain a clearer understanding of them…

  • Writing Life Challenges
    Life Story

    Writing Through Challenges

    How writing personal challenges in my journal helps me I think part of the reason I love my journals so much is because of the challenges I’ve written down, including many I’ve now worked through. Some challenges involve another person or people, or other outside influence, while others are more internal. With any challenge, I find writing about it in a journal is highly beneficial to me working through it. How has writing my challenges down helped me? Writing a challenge, I’m currently experiencing, captures more details of the experience and more expression of my thoughts and feelings. As I read through my journal entries, the times I have written…

  • I Keep a Personal Journal
    Life Story

    5 Reasons I Keep a Personal Journal

    I keep a personal journal to… I keep a personal journal to remember. By writing down my experiences, it helps me remember them more clearly. I want to remember the little details I might otherwise forget. Additionally, I include my thoughts and how I felt at the time. I want to remember those happy joyful moments during the hard times. Also, I write about those harder experiences too, because, while they are often painful, I learn so much from them. Writing in my personal journal helps me see my challenges more clearly, so I am better able to work through them or deal with them. Writing the situation down helps…