Writing Scripture can be one of the easiest ways to focus on the Lord and His Word. For less than 10 minutes a day, we encourage you to take one of these Scripture Writing Plans and really focus on that day's specific passage. There are several options. Which plan will you start with?
Adrian Rogers said, “The weakest ink is better than the best memory. Study with pen in hand.”
Grab your pen and Bible and get into the Word of God!
The Christmas season should be focused on giving to others, and many jump on the occasion because of the spirit of the season. Because God gave and Jesus ministered to so many, our hearts should reflect that same giving spirit. Spend the month of December writing down verses all about having a giving heart.Start the Plan
In these 31 Scriptures, we will explore the testimonies of faith made by these champions and how we can learn from their proclamations. Each story can encourage our own. As you write these Scriptures, meditate on the truths proclaimed and seek to understand the character of God.Start the Plan
Life is unpredictable, but God rules over life’s storms, enabling us to find peace regardless of circumstances. God is in control, even when our storms seem out of control. In this life, we will suffer. We will go through storms, but God has promised to walk through them with us. As you write these Scriptures, our prayer is that you will be filled with God’s peace.Start the Plan
Take this time to truly celebrate the significance of Easter. Christ died for us and conquered the grave. His resurrection is the reason we can have joy and hope in this world. Jesus lives and He lives in us! Write out these 30 Scriptures and reflect on the importance of Jesus’ death and resurrection.Start the Plan
Want a heart that is loving, wise, and sacrificial? Follow the example of Jesus! Only a heart given to Him can truly be transformed. As you write down the verses about the real love of Jesus, reflect on what He's done in your life.Start the Plan
No one can ever truly achieve perfection when it comes to walking with God! It is a constant discipline, a daily surrender, and an active desire to grow. God encourages us in Scripture to remain in His Word and to actively seek Him. For less than 10 minutes a day, you can learn more about what a walk of faith looks like.Start the Plan
We want to offer you a Scripture Writing Plan that the whole family can enjoy. With this PDF, you and your children can write down a couple of verses a day and walk through the entire nativity story. Take the time to explain each part of the story of the birth of Jesus to your children as you write the verses together.Start the Plan