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Alabaster Co  ✨ Exploring the intersection of creativity, beauty, and faith. 📖 The Bible Beautiful | Visual imagery & thoughtful design integrated within the Bible.

The Book of Proverbs, Hardcover Edition ✨

“Proverbs is meant to call into question our current living and show us a way more in tune with the Spirit of God. It is the Word of God breaking through the wisdom of people to call us into a more beautiful living.”
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We discuss how Proverbs teaches us wisdom on the blog. Link in bio.
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Words: @geofffrey | Image: @jacob_chung

Reading inside the Book of Proverbs.
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Spread image by @jacob_chung

The Book of Proverbs is officially available on our store. Link in bio to learn more. 📖

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"Evening routines differ across lifestyles, but we finish our days well when we include some sort of quiet departure into conversation with God."⁣
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We discuss evening practices to cultivate creativity on the Alabaster blog. Link in bio to read more.⁣
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Words: @yourlocaldesi

Meaningful gifts for Easter🌼 Use code PRIORITY to get free US priority shipping, just in time for Easter. Order by Sunday, April 14th.

The Alabaster Notebook: softcover lined edition. Gray paper, smyth-sewn bound—for your reflective and creative practice. Use code APNB20 to get 20% OFF any notebook, this week only.

“Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.” — Psalm 145:3

Today we launch the Alabaster Notebook, softcover edition. Beautiful gray paper available in lined, blank, and dot—for your reflection and creative practice. ✍️ To celebrate, we're offering 20% OFF the notebooks, this week only. Use code: APNB20
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Visit link in bio to learn more.
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Full specs: Dark gray leather softcover with Alabaster Logo emboss | Smyth-sewn binding | White ribbon marker | Expanding inner pocket | 80 GSM paper light gray 80 sheets (160 pages total) | Acid-free paper | Size A5 (inches): 5.8” x 8.3"

We discuss Evening Practices to Cultivate Creativity on the blog. Link in bio.
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“Rather than choosing evening practices of escape, inactivity, or consumption, we can choose into reflection, relationship, and resetting. Despite spending entire days ministering to huge crowds and disciples, Jesus used his evenings to rest, retreat, and be with his Father. His ending was his beginning for the next day of ministry.”
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Words: @yourlocaldesi

Reading inside our Book of Psalms 📖
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Spread image: @ophelia_ding | Photo: @honest__media

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