Bible Study Journal Roundup

Bible Study Journal roundup

I recently decided that I wanted to change up my Bible studies. Usually I find a Bible study guide like a Beth Moore study and go through that, but l have decided to attempt creating my own Bible studies using a journal or binder method. (I am leaning toward the binder method. More flexible.) Since I haven’t started putting together my binder yet, I thought that I would share some of the blogs that I have found that are inspiring me to put together my own journal. Hopefully you will be inspired too.


1) has several posts on how to make a Bible study notebook. They also have free printables for making your own notebook.donotdepart

2) Intentional by Grace has a series of posts dedicated to having an effective quiet time with God and a Bible Study method called the 5P’s of Bible study.effectivequiettime


3) Jenni Mullinix has a great series on different ways to study the Bible on her blog Living Called (



4) has great advice for organizing your prayer journal.solovethat


5) has  a wonderful post on overcoming your barriers to Bible study.awordywoman


6) I just love this free printable for your prayer journal over at


7) Good Moming Girls is one of my favorite blogs, and they have a fantastic post on the S.O.A.P. method of Bible Study.



8)  Precept Camden has a free bookmark printable to teach you about the inductive method of Bible study.



9) Rachel Wojnarowski is fast becoming one of my bloggers. She has wonderful tips for your personal Bible study, great printables, and advice on how to combine faith & technology.



These are 10 great sites to help get you started on creating your own Bible study binder? journal? notebook? or whatever you want to call it. 🙂

God Bless You,

Misty Boone


One Reply to “Bible Study Journal Roundup”

  1. Thanks! I’m trying to get started as well. Good luck and God Bless!

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