Thursday, January 28, 2016

The Teen Girl's Quiet Time Devotional Journal & Coloring Book

Mikaela, my 7th grader, has been using this Teen Girl's Quiet Time Devotional Journal for several weeks now.">Just for Teen Girls ~ Quiet-Time Devotional Journal & Coloring Book: Trust in the Lord with all your Heart -  365 Pages of Faith, Joy & Creativity
There are lots of fun pages inside to get your teen's creative juices flowing while they study the Bible.
Here are the pages in this journal:
  • Topic Pages {love, forgiveness, trust, purity}
  • Journal Pages
  • Prayer Lists and Plans
  • Draw Your Dreams
  • Reading Time
  • Learn a New Skill
  • Thinking Time
  • A Hope, A Prayer, A Memory
  • To Do List
  • Draw a Meal Plan
  • Recipe
  • Pages with Titles like "Never Forget", "I Am Thankful For", and "Hopes and Prayers"
  • Listening Time
  • "What's On Your Mind?"
  • Quotes and Verse to Remember
  • And of course, tons of Coloring Pages
Mikaela uses a page or two each day in this journal after {or as} she is reading her Bible.
On the Topic Pages, she looks up verses on that particular topic using her concordance. I love that she is getting practice in this skill.
She writes her memory verse on the Drawing Time pages sometimes. She loves to draw and doodle.
Here are some pages she has completed.
Here are a few more examples of the inside pages.
 Mikaela loves using this journal because it allows her plenty of creativity while giving her some direction in her Bible study. This journal would  be perfect for any girl who loves to draw and doodle and read her Bible!
Check out some more of Sarah Janisse Brown's journals on Amazon! Just search "Sarah Janisse Brown Journals" and a ton will pop up! Or visit her website, Dyslexia Games.
If you want to read more posts about these awesome journals and how to implement them in your homeschool, visit the link up below:



  1. Great job with the Teen Girl's journal. I need to have her use it with her AWANA. It's much prettier than those AWANA books :)

    Thank you for linking up!

    1. I'm rereading my comment and although I know who the "her" is I'm sure others don't. I am talking abut Annette my daughter. Sorry, sometimes I write thinking everyone knows what I'm thinking.

  2. My now Senior, would have loved to do these earlier in high school. She is my artist.