Journaling creates space in your life to explore your faith and your relationships with God, yourself and the people around you. In journaling, you are writing for yourself rather than for an audience.
We offer a journal specifically for Prayers — some say that their writing becomes their prayers. Others say the best antidote for depression is gratitude. With this in mind, you could dedicate a journal specifically for Gratitude. In this journal you could write three to five items daily that inspire your thankfulness — or just keep a running list of all the things for which you are grateful.
Writing in a journal helps you notice the holy in the ordinary. It increases your awareness and helps you discover the unexpected ways God works in your everyday life. Your journal may become your personal compass, showing you where you are and helping you move in the direction God intends for you.