A blessed sigh of relief at the end of each day, these little booklets are the perfect way for kids and teens to reflect upon God's presence in their everyday lives. Based on the ancient Ignatian prayer practice, each Examen booklet offers contemporary, age-appropriate questions and prayers to celebrate their joys, examine their consciences, and discern God's call as they grow in faith and love.We Grow in Faith
A Daily Examen for Teens
Author: Connie Clark, 24 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"
The little booklet offers an easy way to figure out this crazy, complicated thing called life. Based on a popular prayer practice by St. Ignatius of Loyola, the Examen is a way to reflect on God's presence in your day and a powerful tool to encourage your spiritual GROWTH
od–Begin by placing yourself in God's presence.
eview–Revisit your day with God's help. Here you'll find some basic questions to help you look back at your day and seek peace.
bserve–Look at your reactions and how you felt about the day's events.
hat can I learn? Ask the Holy Spirit to show you one event from your day.
omorrow–Pray for help to grow and experience an even better tomorrow.
eart and Soul–Jot down anything that's in your heart or on your mind.Click here
to see a sample of this booklet.We Grow in Love
A Daily Examen for Kids
Author:Constance Carlson, 24 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"
The little booklet is all about how you can grow in friendship with God. Having a friend is wonderful, and God is our very best friend. Talking to God each and every day helps your friendship GROW
od is with you as you read a short prayer that will help you connect with God.
eview your day and think about where you saw or felt God.
bserve how you felt at different times during your day.
hat did I learn as I encountered God today?
Based on a prayer called the Examen
–a popular practice from St. Ignatius of Loyola–taking time to talk to God each day is an amazing way to grow in faith, love, and friendship!Click here
to see a sample of this booklet.