Note: This is a guest post by a young friend of mine who has been truth journaling for several years. Be sure to read all of her thoughts down the left side of her truth journal chart. I wrote this in the cafeteria my freshman year in college – on a piece of scrap paper […]
Today I’d like to show you another way to truth journal. It’s called the list method. Instead of writing out your thoughts, you begin by asking yourself a question: What am I believing that’s making me not want to work on my goal? Or what am I believing that’s making me want to do my […]
In some ways it’s scary to pursue transformation. Because sooner or later, we know we’re going to fail. And when that happens, as it inevitably will, the thought creeps into our minds like a slow-acting poison: why do I bother? I’ll never get over this. But that’s a lie. Satan is the father of lies (John […]
Today I want to dive into our first renewing of the mind tool. It’s called truth journaling, and many of you are already familiar with this tool from my Bible Study Freedom from Emotional Eating. Truth journaling is a practice that sprang out of a little self-improvement project I started ten years ago. I was […]
Hi everyone, I’m back from a week of camping and hiking with my family (like my hair after five days without a shower?) and ready to get started on my new renewing of the mind project. Here it is: Make a daily list and renew my mind every time I don’t feel like doing the […]
Sorry about the constant shifting of blogs, everyone. If I can’t figure out how to make Bible study type posts over here, I’ll switch back to blogger – but I may not have time to work on that for awhile. This will be the last post for the next week or so as my college […]
It looks like I’ll have to keep posting any Bible studies or worksheets over at my other blog until I can figure out how to transfer Word documents directly to WordPress (if it can be figured out!). For today’s post, click here.
Picture yourself in a dark, old house. There’s puke green carpet all over the floors, cobwebs hanging from the ceilings, dusty old furniture covered with sheets, low ceilings with outdated light fixtures, and everywhere you look it’s dark. Not a drop of light anywhere. You’re standing there with a stack of papers in your hand. […]