The Daily Question
My Five-Year Spiritual Journal
About The Daily Question
This keepsake daily journal prompts you to record what is happening in your heart and spirit. The short questions at the top of each page are quick to answer—but their impact could be life changing! You’ll go back and answer the same question a year later for five years in a row, creating a time capsule of soul transformation.
With questions about…
· your view of yourself (“What three words would people use to describe you?”),
· your view of God (“What attribute of God are you thankful for today?”),
· your current circumstances (“Who do you wish you could talk to today?”)
…this journal keeps a beautiful record of your hopes, thoughts, and spiritual journey.
About WaterBrookEverything Beautiful includes illustrations from nine artists, offering a variety of styles to suit the tastes of a wide audience. Featured illustrators include Holly Camp, Jennifer Tucker, Lisa Shirk, Ann-Margret Hovsepian, Katie Howe, Terra Cypher, Cari Logston, Jenny Stewart, and Laura Marshall.
384 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: Oct 3, 2017
Trim Size: 4 x 6
Carton Quantity: 24
Sneak PeekRead the first pages of The Daily Question.
Press ReleaseWaterBrook, an imprint of Penguin Random House, knows that life in today's world can be loud, busy and joy-draining. The Daily Question (WaterBrook, Oct. 3, 2017), 30 Days to Joy (WaterBrook, Oct. 17, 2017), and 30 Days to Peace (WaterBrook, Oct. 17, 2017) are original, interactive journals that offer opportunities to quiet the noise and embark on soul-transforming journeys.
What is robbing you of joy right now? What experience most shaped your faith this past year? The Daily Question (WaterBrook, Oct. 3, 2017) poses 365 questions a year—designed to be answered five years in a row—to help you create a time capsule of your spiritual journey. With questions about your view of yourself, your view of God, and your current circumstances, this journal is a simple but beautiful way to keep a collection of your hopes and thoughts throughout the years. Capture milestones and memories all in one place with The Daily Question.
Doodle, write, laugh, pray, sing, snap photos—there are no wrong answers! 30 Days to Joy (WaterBrook, Oct. 17, 2017) is a month-long journal filled with creative prompts, inspirational quotes and Bible verses, and even a section to create your very own joyful playlist. With prompts such as “What is a truth that always brings you joy?” and “Fill these two pages with gratitude,” this designated space to create is the perfect guide to renew your outlook on life and bring you into deeper joy.
30 Days to Peace (WaterBrook, Oct. 17, 2017) is a breath of fresh air amid the demands of our daily lives. Through daily artistic prompts, this month-long creative journal invites you to slow down, be present in the moment, reconcile distressed relationships and rediscover what it means to experience peace. Quotes from C.S. Lewis, St. Francis of Assisi, Martin Luther and many others decorate the pages with encouragement and offer opportunities to ponder the lasting peace of God.
“We hope that our new products can help people to spend time peacefully processing their lives and faith in creative and restorative ways,” says Susan Tjaden, WaterBrook and Multnomah editor and member of the development team. “The interactive products are intended to be both useful and beautiful, resulting in a keepsake they can come back to year after year.”
Contact PublicistChelsea Woodward
The Daily Question has been a fun and cute way to keep a spiritual journal. It is an easy way to answer a question a day about your current spiritual life, and it will be interesting to look back over the years to see what previous answers have been.
Journaling is my new pastime. I watch Youtube videos all the time. This is my first time coming across a journal that covers 5 years. Every year for 5 years you will answer the same question. It's not a big book in length. You've already guessed it has 365 pages. So there's 365 questions and in 5 years there will be 1,825 answers.The one problem I have with this journal is, will someone really keep answering these same questions for 5 years....
First off to get the legal mumbo-jumbo out of the way: "I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for this review."This is my first time reviewing a journal-y thing, and I really enjoyed it! I received this book toward the beginning of November (my apologies to Blogging For Books - this is really terrible for review turnaround time) which really gave me the opportunity to live with and use this book.The Daily...
I'm really enjoying this little, hardcover book: The Daily Question: My Five-Year Spiritual Journal. It's the perfect size for me to keep in my nightstand table and pull out at the end of the night to record my thoughts. It has an interesting layout, where each day a question is asked and then it has spaces beneath the question to add what year it is and write down your answer. I'm looking forward to comparing the different years' responses...
For as long as I can remember I have enjoyed journaling, and I especially love to go back and read what I have written throughout the years. So I was pleased to see this new 5-year journal called The Daily Question. The concept is that there is a question for each day of the year, and there is space to write down your answers for the next five years. The questions are a mix of fun stuff like, "What is your favorite thing to do on a weekend?"...