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Sybil MacBeth
Doodler, Dancer, Author of Praying in Color and its several babies, Spiritual AND Religious, Quadratic Equation Lover, Advent Extremist
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Sybil MacBeth Dec 4
I hate making mistakes. I started to cover up my spelling flub and decided I needed to live with it. But I don't like it.
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Sybil MacBeth Dec 3
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Sybil MacBeth Dec 1
Using your book this Advent in combo with my doodling meditations.
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Sybil MacBeth Nov 30
Advent Chains for your not-yet Christmas Tree:
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Sybil MacBeth Nov 30
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Sybil MacBeth Nov 30
Download free Advent Calendar templates to use with or daily devotionals.
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Sybil MacBeth 5 Mar 19
Ready your pen, colored markers and pencils for a Lenten march with words and doodles.
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Sybil MacBeth 8 Dec 18
Growing tapestry of Advent words ,
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Sybil MacBeth 4 Dec 18
Love Advent because it reminds me to FOCUS on essential things and Essence
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Sybil MacBeth 30 Nov 18
Pray your way through Advent: 1 day, 1 word at a time. ,
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Sybil MacBeth 26 Nov 18
Words+Calendar=Advent visual vocabulary ,
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Sybil MacBeth 26 Nov 18
Combine with a daily Advent calendar. Create a visual Advent dictionary:
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Sybil MacBeth 26 Nov 18
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Ellen Morris Prewitt 9 Oct 18
“The book is beautifully written, with phraseology reminiscent of Gregory Maguire’s writing In ‘Wicked.’ This is a fun story that you will love.”
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Sybil MacBeth 16 Oct 18
ZOOM in on ADVENT--a Virginia Theological Seminary webinar tomorrow. Angela Wilson Compton and I are presenters.
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Sybil MacBeth 16 Jul 18
And Ellen Morris Prewitt is a fabulous, funny, and serious writer. Check out her Tracking Happiness
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Paraclete Press 11 Jul 18
"Suzanne’s beads remind me of my pages of prayer doodles. Each bead, each doodle is unique." , author of "Praying In Color," writes about the creative ways to pray with prayer beads found in Suzanne Henley's book, "Bead by Bead."
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Ellen Morris Prewitt 13 Mar 18
Bead by Bead: The Ancient Way of Praying Made New
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Sybil MacBeth 6 Feb 18
Looking for a visual, playful, serious, all-ages Lenten practice? Might even pair up nicely with ,
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