Scripture Writing Challenge (Feb 2016)

Scripture Writing Challenge (Feb 2016)

One thing I like to do with my children is have them copy scriptures.  You would be amazed how many scriptures they have learned simply by copying them into their journals. Not only are they learning (and memorizing!) God’s word, they are also practicing penmanship.

In a world where everything is done on computers, I find it nice to put some ink to paper. I also have a Bible Journal of my own and write in it along with them. For February I wanted to create a unique Scripture Writing Challenge for myself, my children, and any others who may want to join in. On top of the scriptures we do for school, I wanted to add another scripture each day – focused on one theme:


Here is February’s Scripture Writing Challenge: LoveFebruary 2016 - Scripture Writing Challenge - Love - By Life as a Convert

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The idea is simple: Write the scripture. One scripture per day. Every day for the month of February.

Scriptures Used: 
1. Mark 12:30
2. Mark 12:33
3. Matthew 5:43
4. 2 Corinthians 8:3
5. 2 Corinthians 8:7
6. Jude 1:21
7. Proverbs 7:18
8. Proverbs 8:17
9. Ephesians 2:4
10. Ephesians 5:2
11. 1 Thessalonians 4:9
12. Romans 13:10
13. Romans 12:9
14. Luke 7:47
15. Deuteronomy 6:5
16. 1 Peter 3:8
17. 1 Peter 3:10
18. Psalms 145:20
19. Hebrews 13:1
20. 1 John 4:18
21. 1 John 4:7
22. 1 John 2:15
23. 1 John 4:19-20
24. 1 John 3:18
25. John 15:9
26. John 13:34
27. 1 John 4:10
28. John 14:23
29. John 15:9-10

Do you have a favorite scripture (or quote) on love? If so, share in the comments.

If you aren’t religious, then I challenge you to write one quote about love everyday in your journal. 


22 thoughts on “Scripture Writing Challenge (Feb 2016)

  1. Jessica Simms

    I’m loving this challenge, I’m not able to remember any scriptures at this moment. It’s been a very long time since I have been able to read my bible. I do know that love itself is best shared amongst family and strangers alike. It always warms my heart when I see strangers showing real love for one another without second guessing their actions.

  2. lisa

    I like this challenge! Usually a scripture challenge just involves reading a scripture a day. I like the idea of actually writing it down.

  3. Amanda Love

    What a great way to get the kids involved with the Bible. This year I actually plan on going back to church on a regular basis and this would be a great way to get a head start with the kids.

  4. Rosey

    How cool that you linked them all too. I like to fill up on sriptures. Never know when you’re going to need to make a withdrawal. :)

  5. Nicole

    Great challenge! I love uplifting quotes and I think its so important to work on penmanship with your children in the home too. Makes me sad that many schools have stopped teaching cursive writing as well.

  6. Up Run for Life

    I might have to start another blog just so I can participate in writing challenges like this. It would be fun. I love digging deeper into the word and this would be a great challenge for me.


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