Verse Mapping


Let’s be honest— does anyone else have difficulty understanding Scripture? (Waving hand over here…)

Do you want to do more than just read— you actually want to research and apply what’s in the Bible to your life today? (Me too! Waving again.)

Are you looking for a fellowship community where you can read, learn, explore and map the Word of God together? (Still here!)


If this is you too, and you love unpacking the context of the Scriptures you’re reading but you want to do it in a super-simple way— looking at the Hebrew/Greek translations, finding connections in the Word, & learning as much as you can from your time with the Holy Spirit— then join the community as we dig in to unlock our understanding of the Word of God.

We’re excited to announce that the Verse-Mapping Series Bible DVD/study guides (The Gospel of Luke, and The Book Of Acts) will release in early 2018! Until then, you can learn more on Kristy’s BIBLE STUDIES page, or get started mapping below.


Until the Verse-Mapping series is released, you might be asking— How do I get started? It’s easy:

  • Grab your smart phone or tablet, a Bible (in your favorite translation), a notebook and pens


We want to share what we’re learning together, so we’ve made it easy to do. You can connect with Kristy and join other Mappers here: 


TWITTER — Post pics and updates with hashtags #Versemapping and #VerseMapClub. Tag @KCambronAuthor on your post and it might end up on Kristy’s Twitter feed.

4PINTEREST — Connect with Kristy on Pinterest, and we’ll be happy to add you to the community #VerseMapClub board. Here, you can share pins to track Bible journaling, resources, and pics of your mapping journeys.

 3FACEBOOK — Follow the #VersemapClub and #Versemapping hashtags on Facebook and watch Kristy’s Author Page newsfeed for our posts. Your map may be shared there!

2 DESIGN DESK — Each week, we share #WednesdayWisdom micro-posts from Kristy’s Verse Mapping Design Desk. You can Pin, Re-tweet, Facebook & Insta-share these micro-post graphics at any time. The point is, we’re verse mapping through the week and finding inspiration in the Word— and we’re doing it together.