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The Everyday Matters Journal
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Starting with "Evaluating the Meaning of Your Spiritual Journey" by Lucy Shaw, the journal includes more than 300 insights from authors such as Priscilla Shirer, Nancy Ortberg, Philip Yancey, Kay Warren, Timothy Keller and Joni Eareckson Tada. These writers become like companions, showing you that you are not alone on your spiritual journey toward holiness and a God-honoring character.
Used alone or alongside the Everyday Matters Bible for Women, this journal gives you a place to record your heartfelt desires, your vic?tories and regrets, your conversations and prayers, details of your hunger for God and God's faithful provision . . . The pages are yours, to fill as you see fit. Whether you write or doodle or paste-in pictures, just keep in mind the reality of God's presence--with you today. Tomorrow. Every day. That's what matters.
The Everyday Matters Journal was published by Hendrickson in April 2013 and is our 7270th best seller. The ISBN for The Everyday Matters Journal is 9781619700246.
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Everyday Matters JournalMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This beautifully cloth bound and ribboned journal was originally done as a companion to the rather good Everyday Matters Bible for Women, and as such it has the same beautifully done aqua flowery print cover. On the inside it uses the same lovely little reflective icons to denote the subject under consideration, such as prayer, faith, confession, service, worship etc.. Each page is lined but it's not plain lined notepaper but rather beautifully toned sepia-esque pages with boxed quotes for thought and reflection. Different sections also have a one page consideration that takes you deeper e.g. into the meaning of what it is to be community. It's a beautiful journal and though designed as a companion for the Everyday Matters Bible it works perfectly on it's own too and would make a lovely gift.
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Details for The Everyday Matters Journal
|Publisher||Hendrickson (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||220|
|Page last updated||14th October 2013|