About The Weekly Gratitude Project

The Weekly Gratitude Project

Publisher: Zondervan; Illustrated edition (November 10, 2020)

Hardcover: 144 pages

It’s time to start a project that will grow a grateful heart. The Weekly Gratitude Project is a 52-week guided gratitude journal that offers a life-changing journey through reflection prompts and inviting questions to guide you into a deeper relationship with God. This yearly gratitude journal features beautifully illustrated journaling pages that will help you discover more intimacy and joy in your spiritual life.

The Weekly Gratitude Project is:

  • Perfect for a beginner in faith and practicing gratitude, but strong and thought provoking enough for someone who already has a solid foundation
  • An easy-to-use journaling format designed to help you focus on adding more gratefulness into your day
  • A helpful companion for individual worship, Bible studies, and small groups

Each week includes:

  • A biblical theme to focus on
  • A short but impactful Bible verse to help you reflect and meditate
  • Inspirational insight to guide your thoughts and jumpstart your gratitude project
  • Journaling prompts and lines to help you reflect and grow a grateful heart

This 12-month journal:

  • Showcases beautiful photography and calming colors
  • Has a pretty ribbon marker, so you never lose your place
  • Provides a ton of journaling space, but easily fits on your nightstand, tote bag, or a gift basket
  • Is perfect for a self-purchase, Mother’s Day, National Best Friend Day, a welcoming gift for Bible study groups, birthdays, and holidays

Check out the rest of the series, The Weekly Prayer Project and The Weekly Faith Project.

My Thoughts:

The Weekly Gratitude Project is a beautifully composed journal full of prompts and encouraging bible verses to help you practice gratitude in your everyday life. This journal is divided into five powerful sections; Purposeful, Motivations, Promises, Gifts, and Applications to help awaken a grateful heart and spirit. This journal gets you thinking and helps you find strength and purpose in times of adversity. What I really love about The Weekly Gratitude Project is that the prompts are simple yet effective, they make you think but don’t leave you with writer’s block. This is a great journal to gift yourself or a close friend. We all can use a reminder to be grateful, The Weekly Gratitude Project does just that. You can buy this beautiful journal on Amazon or at most bookstores.

Thanks to Lisa from TLC Booktours for inviting me on this blog tour. I received a free advanced reader’s copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.