Visual Faith Coach Karen Hunter shares her devotional journaling for Epiphany.
Perhaps you have the tradition of moving the Wise Men closer to Baby Jesus in the 12 days of Christmas- that is a very visual faith tradition.
Visual Faith Artist Sally Beck shares a page from her sketchbook. Her words grace the page and images bring us a bit of the WONDER of Following the Star.
Here are the Epiphany gatherings of Connie Denninger and 3 of her grandsons. A traditional House blessing for Epiphany is 20+C+M+B+22. The C and M and B mean Christus Mansionem Benedicat- May Christ bless this house. They also stand for the "traditional" names of the three Wise Men- Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar. Place your sign above or by your front door and say a prayer to bless your home and family. You can learn more about the history and significance of this tradition here:
This is the Worship printable for January 6- Epiphany Worship from the Visual Faith Ministry website. Thanks Laura Schumacher for the images that allow me to stay focused in my devotional journaling.
100 year old Epiphany postcards are a way to mark the day. Some may have baked a King's cake. There are all sorts of ways to live out the hope of the Wise Men. May we all carry the exceedingly great joy of the Matthew 2:10 story into the new year of 2022.