The Weekly Prayer Project for Kids, by Molly Hodgin

A year-long guided prayer journal that encourages young readers to talk to God about their blessings, hopes, fears, dreams & more!

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I received a free copy of this product as a member of Zondervan's Kidz Review Krew in exchange for writing a review.  All opinions are my own.

I was excited when I learned that this book would help children 8-12 discover the power of all types of prayer and the impact in has in their lives:

Gv loves the idea of a daily journal, but life gets so busy that she has a hard time keeping up with the practice on an everyday basis, leading to lots of frustration and the feeling that she's constantly trying to catch up on it all.

We have high hopes for this book, however, because its journaling is just once a week! That seems much more manageable and she's really looking forward to getting started on the book in the new year.

Even though Gv is starting the book the first week of January, each week is numbered, which means that it's easy to begin at any point during the year!

Flipping through the engaging pages makes me want to get another copy just for myself, although I quickly realized that there are actually a slew of these books targeted for grown-ups, too!

There are titles devoted to prayer, faith, self-care, purpose, & gratitude and I just can't figure out which one to order first!

Each week includes a biblical theme to focus on, a short but impactful Bible verse to help readers reflect and think deeply, and journaling prompts to help young readers pray, reflect, and connect with God.

I think this book would make a fantastic gift for any time of year and I believe the weekly format is ideal for building a regular journaling practice in the midst of our busy lives! Grab a copy - or several - of The Weekly Prayer Project for Kids here and help encourage a special kid to grow closer to God!

Do you agree with me, that a weekly journaling habit seems much easier to establish? I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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