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How to Make a Family Photo Prayer Journal

Photo Prayer JournalI have come across a great idea for a prayer journal that I want to share with you. I was reading a book last week called Pray Like it Matters by Steve Gaines, Ph.D., who is the pastor at Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, TN. He recommended making a photo prayer journal, because he says that it helps him pray for people when he sees them. I decided to take this idea further by making a Family Photo Prayer Journal.

I like to pray according to the Lord’s Prayer so my journal is arranged this way:

Chalkboard 2

How to Make Prayer Journal

Supplies Needed
Half-size Binder: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Hole Punch
5 Pocket Dividers (or plain dividers)
Post-It Stick On Labels
Washi Tape (optional)

  1. Purchase a half-size binder
  2. Make a cover on your computer or use scrapbook paper as I did for mine.
  3. Place 5 Pocket Dividers in binder.
  4. Use Post-It Stick on Labels or Washi Tape to make Labels.
  5. Label each divider according to the Lord’s Prayer graphic above.
    Ex. The first tab is Praise, the second tab is Kingdom and so on.
    (I do not have a listen tab)

Add journal pages: Family Photo Prayer Journal Entry Pages.

Photo Prayer Journal Open Lost
I covered my divider tabs with Washi tape in this photo. You can also see one of the pages available to print.

This link can be found on my Home page under “Prayer Journal”. This will be updated frequently.

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1 Comment on How to Make a Family Photo Prayer Journal

  1. Wonderful idea! I would be honored if you would share this idea for people to create prayer journals with a new online community for prayer I’ve created at This is a ministry with a simple goal of connecting people around the world through prayer.

    Dylan Raines

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