"Be the change you want to see in the world." ~ Mahatma Gandhi


These journals are specifically targeted at elementary-aged kids and older to inspire deeper-level and more spiritually impactful thinking about how they can be world-changers for good.  The world needs more kindness, more love, more hope, and children can become such driving forces for positive change in their neighborhoods, schools, and communities.  And when these kids do so from a faith-full perspective, they will create lasting, Christ-based change. 


"Created especially for kids ages 7 and up, this spiritually impactful journal will help to guide boys and girls on a path to promote more kindness, love, hope, and change in the world. With prompts to get kids thinking on a deeper level how they truly can impact their neighborhoods, their schools, and their communities for good, plus "Be the Change" lists that offer simple, practical ideas for demonstrating  kindness, generosity, and God's love... each thought-provoking page will motivate and inspire young souls to use their God-given gifts to shine their lights into the world as they help to create brighter places to play, live, and serve today, tomorrow, and for years to come. A "Discovering My Gifts" quiz is included to help kids begin to understand God's greater purpose for their lives. "


Paperback/concealed spiral journal, 192 pages, 7" x 9". 

Be the Change: Journal for Kids


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