Child’s Devotional Journal

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5 Responses

  1. Helenanne Judisch says:

    I think the tab you're missing is "do" ot "act" I'd use it to create a section where they can write about what they see God do, and what they feel called to do because of what they read, think, pray and experience. You might think of this in terms of one's personal response to scripture (i.e. Watchman Nee's question "What then shall this man do?" or more currently Bob Goff's Love Does) Learning to as the "What do I do?" in light of what we have learned is one of the things that gives personal power to the transformative work of the word of God.

    • Tiffany says:

      Thanks for the suggestions, Helenanne! I imagined that he would write what he was supposed to "do" in the write section, but I do like the idea to write down what he has seen God do! Makes them "be on the lookout" for God moving around them! Reminds me of the Experiencing God book- look to see where God is moving and then join him there ;). Thanks for the comment!

  2. MaryAnn says:

    It might be fun to keep track of how he has seen God answer prayer. When we were little we had a family prayer journal and people would write their requests, and then we would go back and review the request and see if it had been answered with a yes, no, or maybe. It's even helpful for grownups to know they have a personal history where they see that God takes care of them!

  3. Jenny says:

    I love this! I am in the process of creating a devotional journal for my kids that are ages 11, 10, and 8.
    I will definately use elements of this!

  4. Tiffany says:

    Awesome! 🙂 Glad it could be helpful!!

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