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Faithbox Subscription Review

I’ve been very interested in receiving a monthly religious subscription box, but my main concern was, which one? There are tons of companies out there that offer this type of package. Before I began my research, I set a budget and asked myself, what do I want to receive? Did I want books, novelty items, (coffee mugs, jewelry, writing materials) or, reading material and devotionals? I set my spending limit at thirty dollars. I knew I wanted products that would challenge me and help me grow in faith. Novelties are fun, but after a while, what do you do with all of it? I already have too many knick knacks I don’t need.

What is Faithbox?

I discovered Faithbox while browsing Hello Subscription’s list of religious and spiritual subscription services.

Faithbox is a monthly subscription service that inspires daily Christian living by helping you grow in your faith, impact your community, and discover meaningful products from companies that do good. This package includes, a daily devotional booklet, to maintain strong faith throughout the month and photo prints with corresponding scripture. Faithbox carefully chooses products from spiritual companies and organizations who respect Gods word. Each box purchased provides three meals to hungry children. Enjoy your Faithbox and support a worthy cause!

I’m pleasantly surprised with the contents included in Faithbox. It’s exactly what I had envisioned. Costing twenty-five dollars, including five dollar shipping, It was one of the cheaper subscriptions I was able to find. The everyday faith devotional is filled with scripture, quotes, photos and extra pages for note taking. It fits perfectly in my purse when I’m traveling. The inspirational books included leave me feeling refreshed, empowered, and ready to face each new day. The perfect pick me up when I’m feeling unaccomplished. I love the feeling of excitement every time I open my box and reveal the surprise items inside.

Beaded Love Bracelet made by Siomit

The September Faithbox included a beaded bracelet, attached with a tag and the name of who made it. These gorgeous bracelets are made by artisan makers from Ubuntu Made. Ubuntu Made means “I am because we are” This Kenyan company has provided full time jobs, including healthcare benefits, for the makers and their families.


If you decide to try Faithbox after reading my post, let them know I sent you, by using my refer a friend code. Thank you!

Let us not grow weary in doing good Galatians 6:9

Please note this is not a sponsored post.

Enjoy the weekend and smile!

Much love and blessings,



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