Here at GoodKind, we're all about helping people cultivate the good kind of habits and holiday celebrations.
But have you ever wondered what we're giving out as gifts this year? We're here to show you some of our team's favorite products and introduce you to some like minded creators who we know and love. And we can't wait for you to take a look!
Clayton's pick: Candle By the Hour
Candle by the hour is a one of a kind product that can be used in many ways. The candle is set up to mark an amount of time without the rush of seconds ticking by. I try to use it each morning to give myself an amount of time to be quiet, read, and pray. This way I know I don't spend too much time, but I don't feel rushed either. Try it out! - Clayton Greene
Chris' pick: Dwell Scripture Memory Kits
Dwell is one of those companies that is producing resources we would love to have produced. But they got there first—and I’m glad they did. They are making spiritual disciplines (specifically Bible memory) fun and beautiful, which makes people more likely to do them. It’s eye-catching. It’s thoughtful. It’s lovely. -Chris Pappalardo
Lindsey's pick: Prayers for Life Cards & Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest
I love both of these gift ideas so much that I can't pick just one! The Prayers for Life cards are both really beautiful and really meaningful. I love carrying them around with me as a reminder to pray throughout the day.
I'm also a lover of reading, and all of Ruth Haley Barton's thoughts on growing to be more like Christ. Her book Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again has been a great resource in my personal Sabbath practice. Either or both of these would be beautiful, meaningful gifts for someone you love! - Lindsey Love
Brian's pick: Habits of the Household
Habits of the Household is an excellent read for anyone trying to have meaningful moments for your family. Don't get me wrong, I don't do everything in the book. In fact, what I love the most, is that Justin Earley's desire is that you read his thoughts and come up with what works and what is best for you. So grace-filed. So helpful. - Brian Turney
Amy's pick: Fruit of the Spirit Puzzle
As a parent of a toddler, I'm always looking for something to have at the ready to give our smaller friends and family members. The Daily Grace Co. made a fruit of the Spirit puzzle that's just as fun as it is cute. And it's a simple way to have Scripture present in our home and life. We love it, and we give it as a gift all the time! - Amy Kavanaugh