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30 Days to Peace: A One-Month Creative Journal Diary – October 17, 2017
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About the Author
WaterBrook publishes books that seek to intensify and satisfy a reader’s elemental thirst for a deeper relationship with God.
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In our busy and loud lives, it’s easy to get sucked into the pandemonium and ignore the life-giving breeze of peace. That’s what this journal is for. It’s about stopping for a few minutes each day to breathe in and reflect on stillness and harmony.
Although the pages that follow will help you discover what peace means to you, don’t overthink the entries. Just respond with your heart. While there are a few questions that will specifically direct you to write, draw, or doodle, feel free to engage with this journal however you prefer—maybe you’d rather paint or collage or include photographs. There are no wrong answers or methods here—all that matters is that you’re exploring peace each day!
You’ll notice two pages at the end of this journal to write down songs that speak to you during your journey. Once you’ve written out your full playlist, share it. Create it on Spotify and tweet it to @WaterBrookPress using the hashtag #PlaylistPeace.
Ready to begin?
Turn away from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it.
How do you define peace?
Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.
Martin Luther King Jr.
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It’s full of beautiful artwork outlined for you to color if you want. The pages with prompts leave plenty of blank, unlined space to encourage you to answer in whatever way God is speaking to your heart. I appreciate the simplicity of it because it really gives room for you to meditate on the Word and listen to the Holy Spirit.
On my first day I answered the prompt and then did a bit of coloring with gel crayons, which I smudged with a baby wipe. It took me about 10 minutes total, giving me a good breather from a busy day while my kids were napping.
Here are some ways I could see this book being used:
-This would make a perfect gift to stick in a care package for someone going through some turmoil in their life.
-It would be a good gift for someone who enjoys bible journaling or wants to get into the hobby of combining art with scripture without using their bible.
-A family could take turns filling in the pages in this book, jumping around as people feel led to complete a certain prompt. Each could share their thoughts or read others’ responses and see a new perspective on peace.
-With additional planning, a bible study group could use this as a loose outline for studying scriptures and sharing thoughts.
This journal helps your heart focus on peace and the Lord’s perspective on it. And really, who doesn’t need more of that?
The writing prompts and creative prompts are great. They really help the reader dig deep and contemplate what peace means in their life. I also thought the scriptures and quotes on peace were great and very inspirational.
The book’s size is kind of a hindrance, it is about 5″x7″ so more like a gift book. As a creative journal, it would have been nicer if it was a little bigger and provided more space to draw and doodle. I also had trouble with the color of the ink outlines of the illustrations. When I colored some of the illustrations with crayons the outlines disappeared. It would have been better if the ink had been black instead of the green/gray color.
All in all, I loved the concept and idea of the 30 Days To Peace Journal. It would make a lovely gift book, but it’s not something I would get for myself.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.
I love the concept. The layout is well done and fosters creativity. The book is smaller and hardback so would fit perfectly in a bookbag or purse for use when you have a few spare moments or need a second of calm. The prompts are clear enough to give some ideas, and not so vague that the reader is left with no concrete thoughts. I'm going to use the journal myself, but also think it would make an excellent gift, especially the advent season.
I received a copy of this book from Blogging for Books. All thoughts expressed are my own.
You don’t have to be “creative” to use this journal, its designed for anyone. You can create, write, doodle and draw your way into the deep, lasting peace that Jesus has to offer. Filled with scripture, coloring pages, and spaces to write or draw your answers to the questions asked, this little book will help you destress and fill normal again.
Perfect for Christmas presents, stocking stuffers, or just to give that one person that needs peace. I will assure you that 30 Days to Peace is something that you will enjoy.
I received a copy of this book for free, a favorable review was not required, I chose to write this review and all opinions expressed are my own.