I’m a geek for all the things — art supplies, fancy paper clips, and washi tape. I have enjoyed Bible Journaling so much that I don’t travel without my journaling Bible and a few basic supplies. I put this kit together using a very inexpensive tote from Ulta (Plus, I got it on sale!). Michael’s also sells a great tote bag ($5 in NYC) that is durable and even less inexpensive when you use one of their online coupons.
On long road trips it easily fits in the back seat of the car or in the trunk and it has a pocket for all of my favorite Bible Study and Bible Journaling Tools!
Here’s what I pack in my Bible Journaling travel kit:
- My journaling Bible
- A knitting ring with some of my favorite washi tape. When space is an issue or I am flying I typically grab two or three rolls that match the devotional kit I am working on.
- A devotional kit from Illustrated Faith or devotionals written by some of my favorite teachers. I don’t always use a kit. I alternate between using a kit, studying verses from Sunday’s sermons, verses based on themes I may be studying, etc. There’s inspiration all around!
- My favorite things! For details on MY FAVORITE THINGS, take a look at this free download.
Bible journaling has become so popular that there are lots of places where you can purchase Illustrated Faith journaling supplies and tons of other faith based or standard art supplies from Dayspring (see affiliate links on this page), Amazon, or your favorite art store.
What you use is not as important as how much time you devote to Bible journaling and Bible study. Find what works for you and have fun learning, praying and getting some truth written on your hearts and minds.
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