Woman reflecting and writing to God about concerns and hopes on life's journey

Reflect on your idea of a sacred writing practice. Write about any concerns or hopes you have. Write about how writing fits in with your journey in God.

Woman reflecting and writing in her journal when overwhelmed

Keep a journal or piece of paper with you this week. When you feel overwhelmed or rushed or disconnected, write down all the sensations of this feeling—physical, emotional, mental.

Woman writing to God without pause 5 to 10 minutes

Write for about five minutes (no more than ten).

Woman writing to God about how writing makes her feel

How do you feel after you write?

Learn about One Day I Wrote Back and how writing nurtures creativity

Click this image to read more from author Jane Herring in One Day I Wrote Back: Interacting with Scripture Through Creative Writing.

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