Throughout the Middle Ages, various types of paintings and manuscripts were created to aid Christians in their religious devotion. Today, there is a growing movement of bringing color to your time with God – Bible Journaling, Praying in Color, Faith Books, Faith Journals, and Sermon Notes. Visual Faith groups are forming in churches and neighborhoods and people are sharing their devotional journey on social media.
The SED summer outreach conference, now called the ROC2 - Reaching Others for Christ Conference will once again have a dedicated space for devotional art.
Resources On the Web - Bible Journaling
Visual Faith Ministries - Visual Faith ministries is the collaborative effort of on-line and "in-real-life" learning communities to enrich, encourage and enable the connections between visual and kinesthetic learning and storytelling. This website is rich in links and resources.
Vintage Grace - Connie Denninger telling the story of God's Faithfulness -
Faithfully Created - Erika Radke's blog about her visual relationship with Christ
Illustrated Faith - Transformative, creative, and dynamic resources to ignite a passion for exploring God’s word among a community of believers and seekers
The Thinking Closet - a space for letting your creativity splish, splash, and spillPinterest - is a great resource for Devotional Art - search on the following topics
Praying in Color, Creative Bible Journaling, Visual Faith, Bible Journaling for Beginners, Kingdom Impact Pinners, Visual Prayers, Tangle Prayers, Zenspirations.
Women's Retreat Cruise - with Connie Denninger and Pat Maier leading a faith journaling sessions. click for more information
On Facebook - search for the following on Facebook
DC Metro Visual Faith Community
Journaling Bible Community
Praying in Color
North Carolina Visual Faith Community
Visual Faith Learning Community
Praying in Color
Basic pencils, markers, crayons
Illustrated Faith: https://www.illustratedfaith.com/
Amazon: Bible Journaling
Inspire Bible: http://inspirebible.com/