This Faithbox was provided to me in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. This post does contain affliate links.
I love surprises, which is why I love subscription boxes. Last year I got Brian a few subscription boxes for our anniversary and I’ve tried a few others throughout the year. But this subscription box, Faithbox, is different and I can’t wait to show you why!
Faithbox is a Christian company that wants to help you grow your faith while providing you with great products that do good. In each box you get a devotional, as well as other products that were specially picked to strengthen your faith and because it leaves a positive impact on the world. Each box sold provides three hungry children with a meal through a partnership with Rice Bowls.
Now, let me show you what I got in my Faithbox. Keep in mind that several different Faithboxes are available, but I got the Uninvited box. This box typically costs $25.
The first thing that I noticed whenever I opened my box was the stitch. I knew that the bright orange thread had to have some kind of significance and I was right. The idea is that you stitch this orange thread to your favorite outfit to raise awareness of child abuse. The reality is that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday and most will never tell what happened to them. That’s terrible. The stitch hopes to help children feel safe enough to share. Proceeds from the stitch go towards providing counseling services to formally abused children.
The next thing that caught my eye was the book, Uninvited, the matching stationary cards, devotional, and impact guide. I started reading Uninvited last night and it is definitely a powerful book. Basically, the enemy wants us all to feel unloved, lonely, and left out and uses these feelings to separate us from God. But God’s plan for our lives is inclusion and joy. I love this book already. And here’s the best part: All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to support various Christian non-profits around the world.
The Everyday Faith devotional is a short but impactful devotional that comes in every Faithbox. This one follows along with Uninvited. The stationary encourages me to actually write and send notes to my friends. This is probably a good idea since my family all lives so far away, but I’m a terrible pen pal. I’ll have to see if I can change that this month! The Impact Guide explains how this Faithbox makes a difference in the world.
The last thing in the box was this Steamm Espresso. I was happy to see this because I love coffee so much! Every espresso shot purchased provides a polio vaccination to a child in need. I told Brian that I would share it with him, so I haven’t tried it yet, but it looks and smells delicious.
In the future, I would definitely try Faithbox again. I also hope to send boxes as gifts this Christmas. Subscription boxes are fun, but his one makes such an impact on the world that for me it’s a no-brainer.
Have you ever tried Faithbox? Which product is your favorite out of the ones that I received?