|Format:||Cloth Over Board|
|Page Layout:||Single Column|
|Size:||5.5 in x 8.25 in|
|Published:||November 17, 2022|
Pour Out Your Heart Prayer Journal: A Planner for a Life of Prayer
Cloth over Board
Designed for Use over Many Years, This Customizable Journal Helps Women Develop a Joyful, Intentional Prayer Life
In this beautiful prayer journal, women are encouraged to find their own rhythm for consistent prayer and Bible study. Designed to be used over many years, this durable hardcover journal features a unique method that guides readers toward an intentional, Scripture-focused prayer life.
The layout includes 4 customizable main sections: Daily Gospel Truth, Promises, Prayers, and Provisions. There are lined pages for women to record their prayers, and they can use the journal as often as they want—daily, weekly, or even a few times a year. It also includes instructions for setting up and personalizing the journal; suggested Scriptures and hymns; and more. The Pour Out Your Heart Prayer Journal helps women find joy through prayer over decades of their lives.
- Customizable: Includes 4 journaling sections with clear instructions for a personalized prayer and Bible study experience
- Beautifully Designed: Features a ribbon marker, high-quality journaling paper, a durable cover, and lay-flat binding
- A Great Gift Idea for Women: This prayer journal makes a great present for birthdays, Mother’s Day, and other celebrations
“Our love for the Lord deepens immensely when our prayers are Scripture-filled and when our prayer time is structured. And yet, I’ve often been haunted by that one crucial question: How? The Pour Out Your Heart Prayer Journal is a beautiful tool designed to train believers to thoughtfully cultivate a prayer life that is both Scripture-shaped and deeply personal. Lois Krogh’s approach is not heavy-handed, and yet she holds our hands just enough to guide us to develop rhythms for a lifetime of communing with the Lord.”
Caroline Saunders, author, The Story of Water and The Story of Home
“Often, prayer feels like a burden, like something to figure out and struggle through. I’m constantly wondering how to grow in it. And yet, as Lois Krogh reminds us, it is entirely worth the pursuit. As we pray, the more we pray; and the burden becomes ‘an unburdening of the heart.’ I love how Krogh’s journal aids this pursuit and bolsters the heart in the promises and provisions of God. I commend it to you and to anyone you know who wants to grow in communing with the Lord through prayer.”
Kristen Wetherell, author, Humble Moms and Fight Your Fears; coauthor, Hope When It Hurts
“My daily prayer is often haphazard and distracted. I want to be more organized, but lists can become something to just check off. I long to more regularly and closely commune with God in prayer. Thank you, Lois, for this excellent resource! Starting with gospel truths and scriptural promises keeps the right focus, and the journal is divided into helpful sections to remember everything in prayer.”
Keri Folmar, pastor’s wife, Evangelical Christian Church of Dubai; author, The Good Portion: Scripture; Delighting in the Word Bible Studies; and How Can Women Thrive in the Local Church?
“Before learning Lois Krogh’s prayer method at a spiritual retreat, I had longed to know how to bring Scripture more fully into my prayer life. Now, having incorporated her beautiful practice of praying God’s word, I am experiencing a new intimacy with God as I speak his very own language of love, truth, and promise back to him. As I call upon him, he inclines his ear to me and sustains me with his faithfulness. Others have asked me to share how they, too, might create their own Bible prayer journals. How wonderful that the Pour Out Your Heart Prayer Journal is now available for anyone who would like to build their prayer life on the sure foundation of God’s word!”
Lisa Bennett Forkner, Trustee, Gordon College; Trustee, Christian Camps and Conferences, Inc.
"The Pour Out Your Heart Prayer Journal is a beautiful tool designed to train believers to thoughtfully cultivate a prayer life that is both Scripture-shaped and deeply personal."
author, The Story of Water and The Story of Home