Book Review: Prayer Journal for Women by Crystal Brothers


Prayer Journal for Women by Crystal Brothers

Illustrations and Verses to Inspire Faith and Deepen Your Prayer Life

Althea Press, January 29, 2019

Religion & Spirtuality/Worship & Devotion/Prayerbooks



Explore your faith with thought-provoking verses from the Prayer Journal for Women.

Write the story of your faith inside these pages. No matter where you are on your life’s path―graduating, embarking on a career change, getting married or spoiling grandchildren―you’ll discover a treasure trove of timeless truths.

Filled with verses chosen by women and for women, this journal offers endless inspiration and guidance for daily practice. Each entry allows you to explore the scripture from your heart.

The Prayer Journal for Women includes:

  • Inspirational scripture that offers thought-provoking prompts for writing, prayer, and deepening your faith.
  • A flexible design as a journal, devotional, or companion to bible study.
  • Illustrations leaving you with a beautiful record of your life’s journey and everlasting faith.

Invite faith into your life every day with Prayer Journal for Women.




A lovely book to fill the pages with whatever you desire. It inspires reflection and inspires you to write. Daily verses chosen by women, for women offers guidance in your prayer journaling, but you can fill it as you wish. The verses are in the King James Version. The pages are lined and illustrated in soft-toned colors.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (January 17, 2019)

ARC provided by publisher



Crystal Brothers is married to a forest ranger, and mother of 2 very rambunctious boys. She spends her days homeschooling (and chasing after) those two boys, and being a proud homemaker. In her spare time, she still loves to write. She blogs at Serving Joyfully, and she has been featured as a guest or contributor at other sites such as Money Saving Mom, The Busy Mom (Heidi St. John), Happy Wives Club, and more. She is also a freelance writer, and you can find her work regularly in Thriving Family magazine.



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