“Hold on to instruction, do not let it go; guard it well, for it is your life.” - Proverbs 4:10-13 NIV
The Sermon Note Keeper Journal is a great way to capture the sermons and lessons so that you can study them, learn from them and apply them in your life.
The book gives you sections to pen down every topic, scripture or teachings of each sermon. You can also date-mark each sermon and the speaker for future referencing and quoting.
The organized approach will give you a better understanding of the Word of God and make every Sermon an enlightening experience.
The sermon note journal has 54 total pages with durable and high-quality spiral binding to keep all of your church sermon notes together for an entire year.
Never misplace your sermon notes again!
Perfect for people that love to take notes during church service.
Available in 2 Sizes - 6" x 9" and 7" x 9" - Both Sizes Fit Perfectly in Your Purse or Carry Bag
Do You have large handwriting? Get the 7" x 9" journal that will give you more writing room.
Never worry about missing details of a sermon again!
Keep track of the sermon topic, main scripture and any guest speakers along with plenty of room for your notes.
This easy to use format also provides ample room to record your church announcements and events.
We created this journal because I realized that without the paper church service programs that I used to receive that had plenty of space for my notes, I found myself digging in my purse for a slip of paper in my purse to write on.
This was usually the back of an envelope. (sigh)
After some time I had many of these envelopes or scrap paper without any organization or even dates of the sermons. I was lost so I decided to fix that and created this journal which gives me room to take notes but also room for announcements, events and as many additional scripture references I need. I can reference these for an entire year and I have quick access to the sermons all in one place.
My study is much more organized because I have:
1. No more stacks of paper programs to look through to review previous sermons!
2. No more writing on the back of an envelope I found in my purse!
Quit digging around in your bag to quickly jot down a profound statement from your pastor.
Get the Sermon Notes Journal and focus on studying the Word instead trying to make sense of your notes!