August 21, 2008
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Credits: Gabby, by Shabby Princess. Fonts: Jane Austen and Baselbook
Here’s the first faithbook page I’ve made since we got back from vacation. This is another page inspired by that Beth Moore Bible study on the Psalms of Ascent, which I completed this past winter (click here to see my original post about these pages), I’m enjoying going back over things I wrote several months ago. Love this one, it’s my favorite of the Psalms from that study!
Speaking of Beth Moore, I am headed to a new Bible study tonight to start her book on Daniel. I’m so excited, I can’t get enough of these great Bible studies. I’m wondering if this is going to be a difficult study, because last time I did a study of Daniel (not a Beth Moore one), I was a little lost – hehe! Hopefully I will be able to grasp it a little better this time. Have any of you ever done this one?
February 3, 2008
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One of my goals for 2008 is to learn more about faithbooking and to start documenting my walk with Christ. I was looking around online for more information and I found out that the Creative Memories website has a TON of great resources about it! I only had time to skim through the pages, but now I am really excited to get started. Click here to see what I’m talking about (and don’t miss all of the other links on the right side and top of the page).
Anyway, the 4×6 cards in this post are my first few faithbooking projects that I hope to incorporate into a scrapbook eventually. I am doing a great Beth Moore Bible study right now, called Stepping Up: A Journey Through the Psalms of Ascent. As part of the Bible study, we are memorizing Psalm 121. We are asked to write 2 verses of the Psalm out on index cards each week to help us memorize them. So I decided to create mine digitally and print them out so that I can add them to a faithbook page later on. These are the first three cards (the last one is next week). I’m enjoying my first little baby steps into faithbooking and can’t wait to try some more ! I used this kit by SP and CRD to make these cards .