Friday, December 16, 2011


Personally, my heritage has the strength of faith. I have tossed around the idea of Faithbooking for several years. I have read about it, tried the special paper designed for it, and have yet to put together an entire book with the theme of Faith booking!
While doing a word study in the Word, I was inspired to use this verse as a motivation for getting on with my own Faithbooking!
Genisis 18:19 ....For I have chosen him so that he will direct his children and his household after him to keep the way of the Lord, by doing what is right...
What better way to leave direction for your children and household, that to share you faith in scrapbooking. Scrapbooks is something many people are interested in, even if there is no desire to create one.  From pictures on a page to works of art around a single picture, or no pictures at all, colorful books are interesting to glance through. Even the photo albums of years past with pages of random pictures glued onto black pages, hold a certain charm and attraction.  

Over at the ODBD forum there are some fun challenges going on. I have the privilege of hosting a monthly Scrapbook Your Heritage challenge  This month, I am challenging you to reflect the love of Christ on each page your scrap, and each card you make. You can do this With or without using scripture quotes or hymns. However, what I encourage you to do is use prayer with every piece of paper you touch. When you design for a specific purpose, pray for that person. When you are creating for you pure enjoyment, give thanks for the freedom and talent, to do so. When you are not sure who an item may be for, sing of thanksgiving, or pray knowing the Lord already knows where your work will end up!

Thanks for checking in and sharing a moment with me.


  1. Robyn, how sweet are these! I just love them. Thanks for sharing!

  2. What a beautiful sample, Robyn!!!! I have never really put much thought into "Faithbooking", but you have inspired me! Love you, sister!!!