To address the last concerns first--you don't need special equipment. A few sheets of construction paper or cardstock and glue is all you need to get started. A ring binder can be used with clear plastic pockets or you can get a nice scrapbook--or drag out that one you've been meaning to do someday!
Further, you do not have to have a bunch of photos. Some of the most meaningful spiritual scrapbooks use clippings; quotes from magazines; special items you have saved for years (coasters or matchbook covers, anyone); ribbons, buttons, etc. The possibilities are endless. Be assured you don't have to be a master crafter to enjoy Spiritual Scrapbooking. This is YOUR book, YOUR journey, and YOUR conversation with God.
For our scrapbooks we’ll be looking at Jesus’ parables of the kingdom in Matthew 13:44-51 to see what they say about our treasures, lives, faith, and love of God. I hope you will join me in this adventure in finding out what treasures in your life God wants you to use to further the Kingdom. You might be surprised at what you learn. Like my grandson in the photo, you may discover that you have many choices--big pumpkin or little pumpkin or many pumpkins!