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I've noticed lately that there seems to be a new trend in the way companies are selling monthly subscriptions. One trend that I am hooked on are monthly kits/boxes for things that I use, such as planner kits and bible journaling kits. But there are more than just those. I've even seen a monthly "box" subscription for your pet.
However, one monthly "box" subscription that I have seen and heard of quite a bit is one called Faithbox. I was considering purchasing a one-month subscription to try it out when I was contacted by Family Christian to review the August 2016 Faithbox.
Each Faithbox subscription will contain a 30 day devotional, plus various other products from companies that have a positive effect in the world today. You will also receive an Impact Guide which will give a brief overview of the products, how to use them, and why those particular products were chosen for that month's Faithbox.
In the August 2016 Faithbox, you would have received Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst (one of my favorite authors!), Everyday Faith 30 day devotional, Steamm Espresso shot, The Stitch by Speak Your Silence and Thoughtful Cards designed by the Faithbox team.
I can honestly say that all the contents in the August 2016 Faithbox, at first were a bit confusing as to why there were included, but after reading how the Steamm Espresso shot helps to provide polio immunizations to children overseas and how The Stitch funds one on one counseling to people affected by child abuse in the United States, it made me realize that there are these awesome products that not many people may not know about and using a service, such as Faithbox, is a blessing in not only spreading God's word, but also helping others in need all over the world.
Not only do the products contained in each month's Faithbox help to provide services such as immunizations and counseling, but every Faithbox shipped also provides three meals to a non-profit organization called Rice Bowls, which helps to feed hungry children.
I was so impressed with Faithbox, both in the choice of contents in the box and how fun the products chosen were, I have a feeling that a lucky person (or two or three) in my family will definitely be getting a monthly subscription to Faithbox as Christmas gifts this year.
If you would like to learn more about Faithbox or even order your own Faithbox, check out Family Christian.