Bible Journaling Challenge: Easter Welcome to Tuesdays to Create, a weekly Bible journaling challenge where we have been focusing on Lent the last two months. Today we get to talk about the best part of Lent which is the Resurrection of Jesus! With Easter on Sunday, we get the opportunity to celebrate a reason for our … Continue reading Bible Journaling Challenge: Easter
How many times have you found yourself wishing you had more time for life, for family, for church, for yourself, or for the things that truly matter to you? Finding true, genuine, and lasting work-life balance seems to be an ongoing pursuit. There are some who say achieving work-life balance isn’t possible, and others who say it is completely possible. I personally believe that work-life balance looks and is something different for everybody; and it starts with knowing what it means to you.
Bible Journaling ChallengeWelcome to Tuesdays to Create, a weekly Bible journaling challenge where we are nearing the end of our Lenten study and focus on the Cross and the Temple veil! Tune in and learn about the veil tearing in the Temple and what it could mean in your heart!
Life is messy! It's never fun to face a conflict. It's not something that we look forward to, however, it is something that is necessary for resolution and peace. What does that look like? Here are 3 ways we can be the voice of peace through the conflict
Welcome to Tuesdays to Create, as we draw closer to Easter, we've switched our focus to the cross and are now doing a series of art challenges. This week I will talk about graphite pencils and charcoal in your Bible while we focus on Jesus' conversation with Pilate found in John 18.
Have you ever sat back and thought about why you do the things you do, why you feel the things you feel? Jesus cares more about your heart motivation than you probably realize. Today, I want to invite you on a challenging journey that may begin your adventure of freedom.
Welcome to Tuesdays to Create, a weekly Bible journaling challenge hosted by Amanda Schenkenberger, creator of Move the Mountains. This week we will continue in our focus of the Cross and Lent while challenging ourselves to try pencil art. Amanda has a short message about speaking truth and forgiveness but this week we will mainly focus on employing the principles of colored pencils!