1. There are books out there to record the Christmas Holidays, a baby’s first year and even your every birthday celebration. But how about recording the special comments and times your family has of reading the bible together? God encouraged the nation of Israel to record and remember everything that He was doing for them. Thus the birth of the Old Testament.
2. Get a nice big leather journal at Ross Dress for Less for a couple of bucks and you can start your own family devotional journal. Keep a record of the ages of the kids (pictures might be more fun), the date and time and the lesson studied.
3. You can record each person’s reaction to the story. The verses that stuck out. The questions that might need further study and even the silly comments that are made during the time. Practical application questions and prayer requests would also help see how God is working in your lives.
4. You can take turns having your kids draw a picture in the family devotional journal even if it is a lined.
5. If your family likes to sing together you can record what songs were used.
6. Each family devotional journal will be unique and provide a fun way to keep a record of what God is doing in the life of your family. Don’t forget to read it together often and have the privilege of celebrating together what God is doing in your lives.
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