Each participant writes in their own journal. As the topic is discussed there are several entry points and examples for writing, and then the participants spend time in their journals. Sharing is always optional. A lot of indirect insight into lives is the result of journal work. Powerful, vulnerable and brave.
Such a sacred space.
We use our senses to take a lot of life into our bodies. Our eyes are always looking, searching, witnessing. Writing down what we observe helps us get to KnowUsBetter! Come give it a try. You will be amazed at the hidden truths and the Bible In Your Soul that you were born to write!
Class participants become friends as they hear each other's stories and "shares," which are completely optional...but always seem to happen as we develop trust and camaraderie. Confidentiality and anonymity are priorities with KnewMeJournaling participants so they feel safe to
"write their insides out." Look at this great feedback