Monday, September 17, 2018

Long Distance Bible Journaling

Good morning! Hope you had a great weekend and were able to relax and enjoy the goodness of the Lord. I was able to get a lot done! I did a little bit of shopping, cooking, cleaning and worked on several new kits coming out next weekend.

Last week I started teaching my niece's 8 year old daughter, Aminah,  about Bible Journaling. They live in Turin, Italy. We use Facetime and we spend about an hour together 3 times a week. She loves it! She is a very talented little artist and most importantly, she loves Jesus.

This is her take on Creation.

This is her take on the Fruit of the Spirit. I love the expressions of her girls! Sooo super cute. Aminah is tri-lingual. She speaks, reads and writes, English, Spanish and Italian. They are moving to Germany next month and we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that German will be her 4th in no time at all. She is one precious and bright little girl!

In another part of the world, there was some filming going on at Danny's house in California this weekend. They were doing a documentary of his journey for the Joe Niekro Foundation gala in November. Danny has been invited to be the keynote speaker.

Lexie is a natural in front of the cameras. She is our very own movie star!

My dear friend Tatiana had this custom made for Danny. It is sooooo cute! They did an awesome job making it look like Danny. Even the  box had printed pictures of him throwing out the first pitch after his brain surgery. What a thoughtful and meaningful present this is. Thank you, Tatiana!

Well, no layouts today to share but only memories of happenings in our family. Like I said before, I will have over 30 new kits coming up this weekend, so stay tuned! Have a wonderful and blessed day!


  1. I LOVE seeing the LORD work in your life and the life of your family around the globe. I am so happy you liked the mini Danny doll :) Love you, Bea!

  2. God works in such an awesome way. What an amazing God we have. Danny has come a long way, incredible.
    Can't wait to see you at the October crop.
    Crafty hugs, Ana