New to prayer journaling? Start here.

Having written so much about the different benefits of creative writing, specifically, prayer journaling, I hope that I have managed to convince you to try it for yourself. If so, I think it’s time I tell you more about the actual process of it. I have said this many times and I would like toContinue reading “New to prayer journaling? Start here.”

Journal your prayers with others

The next aspect of prayer journaling worth mentioning at this point of our journey is the social aspect. I expect you to be surprised by this because what most people enjoy about journaling is the safe place and privacy it provides. In journaling, we are alone with our thoughts, free to deal with them asContinue reading “Journal your prayers with others”

Prayer journaling + Creativity

Is it possible to nurture curiosity and get into momentum when you feel stuck, through creative writing and prayer journaling? Short answer: Yes, it is! Want to know the long answer? Keep reading! Creativity used to be viewed as the privilege of painters and musicians, but it is not just for artsy people any more.Continue reading “Prayer journaling + Creativity”

Can prayer journaling help you to process trauma?

In my previous post I have promised to continue writing about what I think everybody should know about prayer journaling, and here is number two on my list: creative writing is increasingly becoming a go-to method for trauma recovery. It’s possible to access healing and restoration from traumatic experiences and grief, through journaling. Can prayerContinue reading “Can prayer journaling help you to process trauma?”

What you need to know about prayer journaling

I am not going to stop writing about prayer journaling any time soon. Why? Because it is so wonderful! Because it has made my life so much better and I believe that it can transform your life, too. It’s not a new idea, yet I don’t come across with articles or books about it veryContinue reading “What you need to know about prayer journaling”

Prayer and mental health

We have been under tremendous pressure lately. Lockdown after lockdown, overwhelmingly negative news, home schooling, working from home or loosing work, loss of loved ones, missed opportunities gave a real shock to the system. Looking on the bright side, a lot of people all around the world decided to step up and offered to doContinue reading “Prayer and mental health”

A new thing

When the builders laid the foundation of the temple of the Lord, the priests in their vestments and with trumpets, and the Levites (the sons of Asaph) with cymbals, took their places to praise the Lord, as prescribed by David king of Israel. With praise and thanksgiving they sang to the Lord:  ‘He is good;     his love towards Israel enduresContinue reading “A new thing”

More than belovèd

“While they were traveling, he entered a village, and a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. She had a sister named Mary, who also sat at the Lord’s feet and was listening to what he said. But Martha was distracted by her many tasks, and she came up and asked, “Lord, don’t you care that my sister has leftContinue reading “More than belovèd”

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