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How to Use Your Journal

You’ve got your journal. Now what?

Getting started might be the hardest part of pretty much anything in life! I get all motivated, excitedly make the purchase and then stall out when said “life-changing product” arrives.

I want to get you over the initial hurdle of getting started because I know once you do, you’ll start seeing benefits and be motivated to keep going! (Need a quick reminder of what our past customers have said our the biggest benefits for a quick kick in the pants? Scroll down.)

Here are some quick resources to help you fill out your journal!

– In the “Pre-Prayer for 2018” webinar, I share how to get the most of your journal as well as give practical tips on prayer!

– Every month on our VMP Society Instagram Stories our team shares how we’re setting up my journal that month. See Insta-highlights for past months!

– Check out the hashtag #vmpprayer for quick inspiring posts. The more we learn, the more excited we are to keep going.

– Read this post for tips I shared on getting the most out of your journal.

– Read about prayer as you begin! When I am constantly being reminded of what happens when I am making a habit of prayer, I’m that much more motivated! You can grab our Fresh Start journal (specifically designed for cultivating a habit of prayer in 31 days) or check out one of my favorite books on prayer here!

– If you still have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us at info @ We’d love to help!



[one-half-first]More focused prayer time from structured format[/one-half-first]
[one-half]A bigger passion for the Lord through prayer[/one-half]
[one-half-first]Flexible enough to make personal[/one-half-first]
[one-half]Less anxiety or worries and more faith[/one-half]
[one-half-first]Getting to look back on answered prayers[/one-half-first]
[one-half]Prayer becomes not just checking off a box[/one-half]
[one-half-first]Deeper friendships from intentionally praying[/one-half-first]
[one-half]Actually praying when we say”I’ll pray for you”[/one-half]

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