- Growing with God: The 4 Weeks Challenge is a printable journal that prompts kids to converse with God and see God in the everyday.
- This is the first faith based growth mindset journal that helps kids connect with God in their daily life and builds them up with Godly attitudes – growth, resilience, gratitude and positivity. Because we believe nothing is more empowering than helping kids build a close and intimate relationship with God.
- Empower your kids by helping them see God and seek God in their daily life and develop a growth mindset as they journey life with God’s wisdom
- BUILD A GODLY HABIT – the journal helps kids build a daily routine to talk to God and reflect upon God’s teaching as they work on daily devotions, reflection, planning and activities.
- DISCOVER BIBLICAL TRUTHS IN DAILY LIFE – the journal connects biblical truths to daily life application, helping them see how biblical teaching is relevant and relatable to their lives.
- GROWTH AND RESILIENCE THROUGH BIBLICAL TRUTHS– kids will develop a growth mindset and resilience for problems in real life by leaning on God’s teaching.
- BUILD RELATIONSHIPS– As kids complete the activities and reflection prompts, you can get to know them through their entries and sharing. It is a new channel of communication and family bonding.
- MEANINGFUL KEEPSAKE – The journal includes many fun activities and writing prompts that encourage your kids to express her own creativity and thoughts. By the time they are done, it will be a great keepsake for them as they grow older.
Promised access to future updates & unlimited print for home use
We are constantly updating and adding new activities to our materials. As a supporter of our materials, you will have access to all updates to this journal and you are allowed to print unlimited copies of this material for your home use.
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