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  1. Love these study pages. I have 5 kids ages 10 – 16 that I have been trying to encourage to get into God’s word on their own every day. I think these pages will be a huge help.

  2. Thanks so much for making these because I know that I will use them for myself because other Prayer Journals I have seen are just too deep for me, and this one you make at a kid level which quite honestly works much better for me.

  3. Love this! I just subscribed and confirmed my email address so I seen all the freebies that come with subscribing but I’m not on my computer right now so if I want to print them out later, how can I do that? Can I just come back on here to print them or go back through the email to confirm my email or something? Thank you and sorry for all the questions.

  4. I have subscribed and downloaded the Macfonts to get these printables. It doesn’t allow me to get there. It just keeps making me download the macfonts over and over. Can you email it to me?

  5. I am so excited about these pages … I know you prepared this for your children, but I am actually going to do this for myself!!! I, similar to your posting above, have wanted to make significant changes in my life when it comes to God’s Word and I just haven’t been successful so far. I am hoping with added prayer and these pages 2015 will be different for me. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I will be subscribing immediately!

  6. You are so creative – thank you for blessing others with the talent our Father gives you!

  7. Very helpful pages! Thanks! Is it possible to get them in spanish? If you don´t have them you can send me a pdf where I can translate the pages. Thank you very much!

  8. I would like to use these for my sunday school class. Will this be okay to print out for them?

    Thank You

    1. Yes, that will be fine, but please make sure that the copyright info is included in case they would like to visit the site! 🙂

  9. Last week we hosted a kid camp and I am so thankful God led me to your site. I had been wanting to create a journal for the kids to do a daily log of the teachings and what God was speaking to their hearts and let me tell you, they all loved the layout, and I noticed how easy it made it for them to put their thoughts into paper.

    We took kids from 6 – 18 years old and some of them struggle a little bit on a blank sheet of paper. My daughter is one of them and ever since we came back from the retreat, she grabs her journal when we have quiet time and she journals away happy.

    Praise God for what he is doing through you and may he continue to use you for the glory of his Kingdom.

    I just purchased your book of “things to teach kids about quiet time” and we will be implementing it as a lesson plan in our kids ministry.

    Here is a recap of our retreat ?


    1. Thank you so much for sharing with me! I loved the video and am honored you used my resources. God is good! Praying for the hearts of the children you ministered to!

  10. Hi! I love these pages! I am very excited to implement them with n my own children!

    I also teach 1st and 2nd grade sunday school. I have a mix of reading and learning to read. I also have a mix of backgrounds–some in a strong Christian home and some in a home with one Christian parent or no Christian parents.

    Are there any recommendations you can make to help my early readers/writers do something similar. I have tried having them draw, but one child in particular hates drawing and a few others don’t understand and draw purple elephants or monsters. I really wish I had a good way to engage them a little more.

    1. For the little ones, I really prefer to talk about it and have them talk to me about what we read or learned. It goes much farther when you remove the writing/drawing barrier.

  11. I very rarely comment on blogs, but I had to write and tell you THANK YOU for compiling these amazing 87 pages of awesomeness!!! I got here because of the kids’ journal pages I found on your pinterest, but I ended up printing the entire workbook and I love LOVE all of the ideas and activities in it, especially the tips for spiritual growth and connectedness as a family. I am going to start using these with my boys (7 and 11) immediately, and I just HAD to tell you thank you so so much for all of the time you invested into each and every page, I can feel your heart’s love for God in every line you wrote, I can tell you it wasn’t just a “project” for you, it goes deeper than that. May God bless you 10 fold for this gift you have presented my family (and others) with!

  12. Is this prayer journal still available? I tried to download it but it is saying page unfound.

  13. What age do you recommend starting them to use this journal. Like you said, at the younger ages, it’s easier to have them orally explosions what they read and learned.

    1. Once they are independent readers/writers. Typically starting around ages 8-10 🙂

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