What is faithbooking?
Faithbooking is simply keeping a "book" of your "faith." Faithbooking is intigrating our faith beliefs and faith experiences into scrapbook pages. Faithbooking is leaving a legacy of faith heritage to our children, and our children's children. Faithbooking emphasises our spiritual journal.
Of course, we can leave our faith on every single layout we make by our words in our journaling on those pages. Therefore, these challenges give us inspiration to exercise our faithbooking so it can spill over into all of our pages.
Faithbooking can be as simple as an applicable Bible verse on the layout, a reference in the title, or as direct as scrapping a page about where we go to church. Most of us do not dare think to take photos during a worship service, but would once for a snippet into the future be okay?
How has your faith growing? What experiences have brought you to a stronger faith? Have you thought to journal down those moments?
Deuteronomy 4:9 Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them slip from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them.
As I age, my memory becomes more feable. What a better way than faithbooking to "not forget those things my eyes have seen" and to "teach them to my children."