Thursday, February 27, 2014

Titus Two Project ~ Making a Bible "Logbook"

Titus Two Project ~ Making a Bible "Logbook"

This is what a real 'cut and paste' task looks like!
This is a booklet that I am working on for the Titus Two Project.

Finished booklets at the top center with just a few more to complete.
It’s a "logbook" for Bible Reading... well, that’s what I call it... actually, the booklet is entitled, Bible Journal and Prayer List... a half-size notebook where you can log your Bible reading progress.

I wanted to create something that was low in cost, each booklet is Ksh 100/- (a little over $1.00)... ...and could easily be reproduced and put together.

The purpose of this Bible "logbook" is to encourage others to read through the entire Bible. I have used this "logbook" design to help me read through my Bible 9 times, I’m working on my 10th time through now.

These different pages give you freedom to design any method of reading plan that works best for you. Do you like reading a Psalm a day... a Proverb a day... do you like reading some in the Old Testament and some in the New Testament... or do you like reading different Bible stories? Whatever method you prefer, the pages are provided to help you systematically read-thru the entire Bible. There is also a place to record your prayer requests and answers to your prayers.

1. There is a calendar page...

2. A Bible Reading Record page... that lists Genesis through Revelation with the chapters indicated.

3. A book of Psalms page... which lists the 150 chapters and the number of verses per chapter with a line to write the date you read each Psalm.

4. A "Where To Find It In The Bible" page... this lists the scriptural references for 82 different Bible stories. Sunday School teachers love this page for a quick reference.

5. A Proverbs page... listing the 31 Proverbs, with the number of verses for each, and a January through December check-list so that you can check-off one Proverb, per day, for a year. This will help keep you on track for reading through the book of Proverbs each month.

6. A Prayer Requests and Praise Report page... for you to keep a written record of your prayers, and answers to your prayers.

If you would like a copy of any of these pages, so that you can put together your own Bible Journal booklet, please send me an email with your request. Nothing is copyrighted.

By the way, Moms, this would be a GREAT PROJECT for your children... let them create their own Bible Logbooks. I wish I would have thought of this when my kids were young!!!

God Bless,

Jane Coley - missionary wife in Kenya