How To Create Your Own Bible Study Binder.


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Today, I want to share my Bible Study binder with you. This is such a great way to house all of your notes, articles, scriptures and more in one place. I will use mine as an example but remember, make yours your own. This gives you a starting place & you can also find some great inspiration on Pinterest and YouTube (oh, hey, btw..when you pop over there- follow us by searching ‘Ladies Who Love Christ’ on YouTube and Ashley Poptodorova on Pinterest). I love meeting new friends on my networks.

A Bible Study Binder is a great way to keep all of your notes, articles & information in one place.

I started by heading over to Amazon (no, this is not a paid promo 😉 ) to purchase the following:

  • 3 Ring Binder
  • Pen/Highlighter Holder
  • Your Favorite Pens & Highlighters (my favorites will be a post to come)
  • Colored Folders WITH tabs
  • Vera Bradley Binder Notecards
  • Paper (with holes) for 3 Ring Binder

I started by filling my binder with all of my goodies. I have countless teaching notes so I neatly organized those in my binder as well as other articles and things I find helpful during my personal study time with Jesus. Currently, we are walking through ‘A Woman After God’s Own Heart’ by Jen Wilkin (highly recommend this book if you haven’t yet read it!) and I have garnered so many new bits of information.

I used Jen’s 5 P’s in organizing my binder and kept these quick ‘bulleted’ notes at the front for easy access. I am still working on filling all of my folders and finishing the tabs so my binder is still a work in progress BUT… this should be enough to spark some inspiration for my girls! 🙂

I started by bulleting out The 5 P’s from Jen Wilkin’s book “Women of The Word”

For me, having everything neatly placed into one location makes it easier to remember. We are really encouraging our gals at LWLC to STUDY The Bible on their own *with us too… and not just studies written by others. While these do serve a place, true growth comes from opening THE BIBLE and studying it. Your Bible Study Binder is a great place to keep all of your outlines, notes and to keep you encouraged on the journey.

This little pen holder & Vera Bradley note card set were from Amazon! I plan to use the cards to write out scriptures for memorization.

PURPOSE
PERSPECTIVE
PATIENCE.
PROCESS
PRAY

I have a lot more to do as far as filling this in but this gives you a great idea! I would love if you would comment and share your binder with us.

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God Bless you and remember, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING you will ever do with your life is build intimacy with Jesus. Seek Him with ALL of you!

Love,

Ashley Poptodorova

Founder, Ladies Who Love Christ Ministries

2 thoughts on “How To Create Your Own Bible Study Binder.

  1. Michelle Neumann says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this! The irony is I just ordered some things on Amazon for my note taking and Bible Study work and was trying to get more organized so this will help me to do that!

    • Ashley Poptodorova says:

      That is awesome!! So timely! I am so happy this will help. I use my binder every single day! 🙂 Let us know if you have any questions and I would love to see pics of the final product once it’s done.

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