Description: Reflect, respond, and grow closer to your heavenly Father. With hundreds of journaling prompts and plenty of space for notes, art, and doodles, the NIV Journal the Word™ Bible for Teen Girls provides a place to capture your thoughts while reading Scripture. Journal your feelings, dreams, and hopes. Create art, color, and doodle. However you wish to creatively express yourself, engage with God’s heart and get to know the One who knows and loves you.
Hundreds of thought-provoking questions for teen girls to reflect on and respond to
8-point type size
Lined, wide margins for notes and reflections
Thicker white paper for enduring note-taking
Full text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV) translation
Words of Jesus in red
Lays flat in your hand or on your desk
My Thoughts: I started journaling when I was about 13 or 14…it was a time in my life when I had so many thoughts and a roller coaster of emotions. I wish this Bible would have been around back then. What is unique to this Bible are the journaling prompts that are directed specifically to teenage girls. The prompts reflect on the verses in the corresponding passages and are very thought provoking. I own a journaling Bible that only has wide margins and a “do it yourself” format…this Bible has many blank pages that allow for creativity but the prompts add almost a devotional aspect to the journaling.
The Bible is beautiful…the gold cover has the perfect hint of a shimmer and the floral design is very pretty. It has a red ribbon bookmark and my favorite feature, which is that the edges of the pages are colored pink. It’s a nice size and lays flat, which is very important. I also like that the design is a bit more mature than some Bibles that are directed towards teens…an adult would like this Bible’s design as well so the recipient could use it for a long time.
The NIV translation still remains my favorite, so I’m pleased to find it in this Bible.
I highly recommend this Bible. It would make a beautiful and meaningful gift.
I received this Bible from Booklook bloggers to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.