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Publisher: Zondervan; Illustrated edition (November 10, 2020)
Hardcover: 144 pages
It’s time to start a project that will grow a grateful heart. The Weekly Gratitude Project is a 52-week guided gratitude journal that offers a life-changing journey through reflection prompts and inviting questions to guide you into a deeper relationship with God. This yearly gratitude journal features beautifully illustrated journaling pages that will help you discover more intimacy and joy in your spiritual life.
The Weekly Gratitude Project is:
- Perfect for a beginner in faith and practicing gratitude, but strong and thought provoking enough for someone who already has a solid foundation
- An easy-to-use journaling format designed to help you focus on adding more gratefulness into your day
- A helpful companion for individual worship, Bible studies, and small groups
Each week includes:
- A biblical theme to focus on
- A short but impactful Bible verse to help you reflect and meditate
- Inspirational insight to guide your thoughts and jumpstart your gratitude project
- Journaling prompts and lines to help you reflect and grow a grateful heart
This 12-month journal:
- Showcases beautiful photography and calming colors
- Has a pretty ribbon marker, so you never lose your place
- Provides a ton of journaling space, but easily fits on your nightstand, tote bag, or a gift basket
- Is perfect for a self-purchase, Mother’s Day, National Best Friend Day, a welcoming gift for Bible study groups, birthdays, and holidays
Check out the rest of the series, The Weekly Prayer Project and The Weekly Faith Project.
The sub-heading for this journal says: A Challenge To Journal, Reflect, and Grow A Grateful Heart. This is certainly a challenge that I am taking on myself. I’m so glad to have this journal to help me in this journey.
I love how this Gratitude Project asks the hard questions and makes you think about things that you would rather keep to yourself. Facing the hard questions is the first step to healing. With the first day’s questions, I was able to think of new things to thank God for. It also reminded me all the old times that God had met every need. This book is a blessing.