Join Pastor Jonathan and Pastor Jen in a 4 week course to open up your Journaling practice

Discover a new Spiritual Discipline

Are you ready to try a new way to connect to God through Journaling?

Have you tried to journal before, only to give up after a few days or weeks?

Do you think that journaling is something you "should" do, but have never felt connected to God while trying it out?

Do you have several "Christian Journals" that are barely started and given up on?


Join Pastor Jonathan and Pastor Jen for a 4-week course that will give you a library of ways to encounter God with pen and paper.  We'll cover things like:

 the history of the spiritual practice of journaling

ways to journal on Scripture

Using journaling to reflect on how God is moving in your life

Gratitude practices and Daily examens

Seeing God through art, music, and other creative works

JOHN 3:16

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

What Do You Mean by Journaling?

Reflect on Scripture

God's Word provides us guidance as we read it, but taking the extra time to journal and reflect on its application helps us to become better disciples and followers of Jesus.  


Reflect on Life

Whether its daily gratitude or the backstory of our own Spiritual Autobiography, God works in and through our journey of life and faith. 


Reflect on God's actions in the world

Rather than looking at news through the world's eyes, take some time to ask some God-centered questions about what's going on in the world and in our own lives.  


Reflect on Creation and Creativity

Find ways to take time to see God in creation and the creativity of others with prompts and journaling structures around the arts.


You're invited to come and see how God is speaking to you today as we explore Journaling together. 

You'll spend 4 weeks trying out different ways of journaling and leave the class with a book filled with prompts, ideas, and ways to keep your journaling practice fresh in the weeks and months to come. 


But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.