Faithbooking, or spiritual scrapbooking is a creative expression of a family's spiritual journey, values and events that are captured in scrapbooks, diaries or journals that combine the use of photographs, decorated papers, scripture, thoughts, prayers, blessings, stories and embellishments such as buttons, ribbon and other creative art media. The goal of faithbooking is to creatively preserve and tell a story about how a family grows spiritually. Many religions such as Christianity, Judaism and Islam have adopted the concept of faithbooking.
- ↑ Holford, Karen (2006). 100 Creative Activities for Sabbath. Pacific Press Publishing. pp. p. 106. ISBN 0816321396. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=h0iVwSxKDNcC&pg=PA106&dq=Faithbooking&client=firefox-a&sig=MhCgK9qRrMI4rR1G1qeHfobZlGk.
- ↑ Helmeke, Karen B.; Sori, Catherine Ford (2006). The therapist's notebook for integrating spirituality in counseling. Haworth Press. pp. p. 214. ISBN 078902991X. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=UsqVAF2FYfMC&pg=PA214&dq=Faithbooking&client=firefox-a&sig=iAmmEZvCquk8jLCvR90dCGhXUN8#PPA214,M1.
- Sheridan, Sharon (2007). Pages of Faith: The Art of Spiritual Scrapbooking. Continuum International
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