Journaling, in any form, can help us to come closer to God and to come to new understandings of our relationship with Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Meg Slater has been impacted deeply by journaling and would like to share her experience and the hows and whys of keeping a record of your day to day life with God.

Meg says, “Journaling is a ‘growing’ exercise that becomes ‘fun’ over a period of writing and reviewing”. There are many different ways to journal (on paper, online, in a Word document, including sketches and scrapbook pages, etc.) so you are sure to find a mode of documenting your life that works for you.

For more information, contact Meg by email.