Shield Books

A Lent Journal

Lent Journal

A Lent Journal

  • £5

Lent, for some Christians, may create a lingering sense of dread at having to give something up, whether that’s no longer eating chocolate or fasting from screen time. But there’s an alternative discipline worth exploring that could enhance their faith: journaling.

A Lent Journal, the latest release from Shield Books, provides a refreshing way to reflect in the six-week period, which starts on Ash Wednesday and finishes at Easter.

Featuring the lyrics of 40 hymns, followed by a Bible verse for the day and an extra Scripture reference for those who want to go deeper into that day’s theme. There’s also plenty of space to doodle or write down reflections. 

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