Journaling Made Easy

I was recently given a free copy of Chip Ingram’s Prayer Journal as part of an online prayer challenge.

I appreciate Ingram’s journaling tips, because journaling isn’t about following a ridged set of rules or placing unrealistic expectations on ourselves. Instead, it is “a memorial. When I look back to my prayer requests and His answers, I see my heart connection God and I grow closer to Him.” (Chip Ingram)

Whether you are new to journaling or have been journaling for years, this Prayer Journal will make it EASY to connect to God.

SYNOPSIS

Do you want to know God more? Spend regular time with Him in prayer!
This prayer journal is the perfect tool for that. The classic grey or brown covers has 56 inspirational entries, including four for holidays. Each contains a Scripture passage, lyrics from a beloved hymn, or an insightful thought from a classic Christian leader. The entries also include a prompt for further reflection and ample space for journaling. In the back of the book, you can record prayer request and answered prayers.
Use this prayer journal to strengthen your relationship with God. Draw near to Him; He will draw near to you!

About the Author
Chip Ingram is Senior Pastor of Venture Christian Church in Los Gatos, CA and President of Living on the Edge, an international teaching and discipleship ministry that provides practical help for everyday believers. He has served serving five years as president of Walk Thru the Bible and as a pastor for more than 25 years. Chip holds an M.S. degree from West Virginia University and a Th.M. degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. The author of 12 books, Chip reaches more than a million people a week as his teaching is heard on hundreds of radio stations and multiple television outlets worldwide, as well as the Internet. Chip and his wife, Theresa, have four adult children and six grandchildren.

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I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

13 comments

  1. I never kept a journal
    that may one day be read,
    for there is not the slightest kernel
    of wisdom in my shaggy head.
    My knuckles drag upon the ground
    when I walk or run,
    and the best thing, I have found,
    is setting mind on fun.
    But perhaps I’ve been remiss
    in putting on my redneck airs,
    for it does come down to this,
    that if I journal prayers
    I will see a friendship grow
    with a God I’ll come to know.

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  2. I was intrigued by your title – as I have never found journaling to be easy…although I can appreciate the value of doing so. This tool might be just the thing that could help me.

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