Need a better way to encounter the Word? Here’s one Gospel story per page, with a full blank page beside it to draw, doodle, and journal your meditations.
The medieval scribes who illuminated the Book of Kells and their modern counterparts who created The St. John’s Bible knew a secret: You’ll have a richer encounter with God if you doodle in the margins of your Bible.
Sometimes study Bibles have too much information. Layers of notes, commentaries and cross-references can keep you from seeing the passage itself.
The Illuminate-Your-Own Gospel of Mark gives you just one Gospel story at a time – in an unfamiliar translation (the World English Bible) so you can see each one with fresh eyes. You can use the margins and the blank left-hand page to bring your whole creative self to exploring the Word.
Slow down. Find a passage. Pick up some colored pencils and draw what you see. Write your questions and prayers. Doodle while you meditate. You’ll be glad you did.
• Creative Bible journalers can create their own illuminated Gospel.
• Fans of InterVarsity’s “Manuscript” style of Bible study can color their insights on an unadorned text.
• Bible study groups can share their creative insights as they explore Mark’s Gospel rather than filling in blanks of a study guide.
• Kids and grown-ups alike can draw and take notes during sermons on Mark.
The Illuminate-Your-Own Gospel of Mark is your tool for a distraction-free encounter with the Gospel.
If you like diving deep into Scripture, you’ll love filling these pages with your drawings of Gospel images, notes, questions and prayers.
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