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Scrapbook for God
FaithBooking is truly a
gift for the Spirit!
Here are a few ideas on how to start a Religious scrapbook
Creating a memory book of the Religious
Milestones in your life,
what Faithbooking is all about. It's scrapbooking with a
Religious theme. Music lyrics from your favorite
are a great way to get started.
The concept is really easy.
Basically anything that's meaningful to you and anything you would
like to share with others now and with future generations can be
included in the Faith-Book.
Try listening to your favorite Christian/Faith based song and make a
layout special to that song! Blessed events, moments in your life
when the Lord has touched your life or made his presence known in a
special way, miracles He's allowed you to witness, or knowledge
you've been blessed with that may help others learn to share in "His
Light ", are all wonderful things to include in your Religious
the possibilities are endless, and it doesn't have
to cost a lot of money.
passing it along to the next generation.
God's fame and fortune, the marvelous things He has done.
Psalms 78:4 from; The Message
Starting a scrapbook of your Faith will help your
family learn what matters, and in the process you may discover more
about yourself and the path to your "Real
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are preserving their religious memories in scrapbooks. Scrapbooking
- creating photo albums and memory books with decorative papers is
one of the hottest hobbies around, bringing in $1 billion a year.
As scrapbooking’s popularity has grown, people of faith have adopted
it as an informal outlet for sharing their religious beliefs, both
within and outside of their own faith communities. Some refer to
this hobby as faithbooking.
There are clubs for Jews, Catholics, Mormons and other Christians
all over the country. Many use pages and albums to commemorate
religious holidays, such as
Easter and Passover, and religious passages, such as first
communions and bar and bat mitzvahs. In some places, members of
different religions work side by side in scrapbooking classes and
clubs, sharing religious ideas as well as paper, scissors and paste.
All agree that scrapbooking the
lives is an innovative way to preserve family faith traditions for
future generations. One of the main characteristics of modern
religious practice is the way many people seek religious fulfillment
and meaning outside organized religion.
Religious scrapbooking – which some people call faithbooking is one
of the newest ways people are carrying their religious beliefs over
into their secular lives and activities.
In Dallas, Texas, Marni Kaner organizes a Jewish scrapbooking club.
Most members are Jewish, and say scrapping religious milestones and
holidays is an effective way to pass on Jewish traditions. “When my
children look through their albums, it shows them the importance of
all the Jewish things they do,” she says. They know those things are
important because mommy put them in their albums.
Sandra Joseph frequently speaks to groups to spread the gospel of
scrapbooking and has just founded a company that will publish five
how-to books on transforming scrapbooks into chronicles of family
and individual faith. A Christian, she has used a Bible software
program to discover that the Bible
commands people to 262 times – a direction she says can lead
scrapbooking. She cites the Book of Joshua’s description of God's
command to the Twelve Tribes of Israel to leave a stone in memory as
they cross the Jordan River. It was a scrapbook, she says. A
visual reminder of God's faithfulness.
That is where I see the calling for us to document the day-to-day
examples of God’s faithfulness in our lives.
Brent Plate is a professor of religion at Texas Christian University
sees many reasons why scrapbooking lends itself well to religious
expression. Both are about community and tradition, and passing on
both through ritual. We used to sit around and share stories of our
ancestors and this is along the same lines, he says. Now we sit
around the living room and do the same thing. But
the format of it – the formal arrangement of it – there is something
in that that becomes religious. People are gathered together with a
set of actions, intending to make meaning and continue memories. And
one of the most important things of all to religious ritual is
HELPFUL LINKS - FAITHBOOKING AND SCRAPBOOKING
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ScrapLove Free Online Scrapbooking
Discount Scrapbook Supply
"Are You Looking for Online Scrapbooking Games?"
The Osgood File
Newsradio 880 in New York City features an archive of transcripts of
stories broadcast on The Osgood File
The Hobby Industry Association's statistics show that 20
percent of all people who engage in a hobby do scrapbooking.
This is a transcript of a sermon preached by the Rev. Christopher
Smith of University Baptist Church in East Lansing, Mich. on how
scrapbooking and journaling can be a spiritual practice.
Reminders of Faith is publishing five books on spiritual
scrapbooking in 2004.
Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Waukesha, Wisconsin has a
Daybreak Community Church in Shawnee, Kansas</a> has a monthly
Westport Road Church of Christ in Louisville, Kentucky has a
women's scrapbooking circle.
St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Largo, Florida has a
The Scottsdale Christian Church in Scottsdale, Arizona has a
Which book of the
Bible are you?
More FaithBooking Ideas to Scrapbook Your Faith
Scrapbook spiritual events – baptisms, blessings,
confirmations, weddings, mission trips, special holidays, etc.
Life advice/Wisdom from Proverbs
Book of Psalms using scripture
Jesus Loves Me – Book about Me
Stories, People, Events from the Bible. Use favorite bible verses on
Scrapbook daily church events – Sunday school, service, socials,
Scrapbook your church – inside and out.. pictures of your house of
Scrapbook the story of your faith – why you believe, when you
found that faith, how it effects your life
Prayers – Scrapbook your mealtime prayers, bedtime prayers,
favorite prayers; Scrapbook answered prayers; Scrapbook prayers you
have for loved ones, your country, yourself, etc.
Hymns/Songs – include your favorite hymns, songs… lyrics, lines from
the song, whole song.
A to Z Bible Verse
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