What do You Mean By a Journal?
The Stay Connected Journals are just Regular Ole Books with Lines and Plenty of Space to Write Your Thoughts, Scriptures for You to Look-Up, and Group and Individual Questions with Space to Record
More amazing love for this unique, inspirational, Scripture-based devotional journals for Catholic Women.
Off the Shelf with Pete Socks (BreadBox Media) Podcast Interview. This was fun having the tables turned. Pete was a monthly guest on A Seeking Heart for almost 2 years!
An Excerpt from Sara’s Review
I just joined my first Bible study ever this fall, and I’m hooked.
I’ve got a go-to group of friends! Which is super exciting, because I’m finally getting settled in our new town and it’s time to be building that connection.
We aren’t all in the same place, and that’s a good thing. I love meeting the established moms who have so much wisdom and encouragement. And the moms on the same page as me who can fist bump to my unkempt hair and slightly frazzled entrances into a room.
But we all have something in common: we love Jesus. We want to learn about him and know him better. We want to follow him more closely with our lives.
So we get together once a week, crack open our Bibles, and read and chat.
Sometimes we’re deep into theological discussions. Other times, we veer into the practical applications of the faith in our life. It’s always fruitful. Often fun. Sometimes rather serious, but in a good way.
I can’t get enough!
So when I found out my friend Allison Gingras from Reconciled to You had an exciting series of Scripture Studies coming out, I was all over it.
Scripture Journals for Women
Allison is an amazing author, speaker, evangelist, and friend. I’ve known her for a few years now on social media, and finally met her on retreat this past Spring.
She has this amazing gift of being able to see God in what I might say are the ordinary situations in daily life.