A guided space for our dialogue with God.
Minimal and simplistic in its design, we reimagined our quiet time with God and went back to the basics by integrating core values to serve as a guide throughout your devotions. We created a 100-day journal to help cultivate a steady rhythm in your daily walk with God.
Gratitude — We believe thankfulness is fundamental to our walk with God.
Scripture — We believe the Bible is the daily bread for our soul and spirit.
Reflection — We believe the word of God can unravel great insight and revelation.
Prayer — We believe God desires for us to be in conversation with Him.
Personal Space — We believe divine inspiration comes from time spent with God.
• Leather softcover with Hello Revival logo embossed
• Layflat binding, Smyth-sewn
• Elastic band
• Ribbon bookmark
• Expanding inner pocket
• 80 GSM ivory paper 104 sheets (208 pages)
• Japanese high-grade acid-free paper
• A5 (5.8” x 8.7”)
Made with advanced machinery from Germany:
• Heidelberg Stahlfolder Machines
• Kolbus Case Machine
• Forest Stewardship Council Certified Factory
Love this journal so much! It’s structure is perfect and I really appreciate the five reflection points. There’s a great amount of space for writing and art work. Thank you so much!
This journal is simple but beautiful. I love the new addition to my morning routine with Jesus!
I am using both the devotional journal and the planner. I love both, especially the planner. I will definitely get the planner again next year. I ordered a bunch of journals to gift to friends. The first shipment arrived badly damaged by USPS. I contacted Hello Revival and Paul responded and promptly took care of replacing my order. He provided excellent customer service. I highly recommend Hello Revival.
Good and user friendly. Wished there were lined options though!
I have never made Scripture reading a habit. This journal is helping me change that, and it’s because of how much I look forward to it every day. I’ve never really received guidance for studying scripture and how to do it, so I love how structured this is. It doesn’t have dates pre-printed in it so there’s no pressure or guilt for missing a day. I also never really journaled before either, just because it seemed like a lot of pressure to be eloquent, but I love the prompt of just “how does the word speak to you?” So simple, but lets me say anything. In short, I like the structure and the simplicity, and it’s helping me a ton by giving me a systematic yet creative way to engage Scripture.