Free Printable Lent Tracker and Journal Page

Free Printable Lent Tracker and Journal Page

As the season of Lent approaches, many of us look for ways to deepen our spiritual journey and draw closer to God.

Whether you're a seasoned Lent observer or someone new to the practice, having a tool to help you stay focused and intentional can be immensely beneficial.

That's why I’m excited to offer you a free Lent tracker printable designed to guide you through the 40 days of Lent with purpose and reflection.

Let’s take a minute to explore the Tracker.

At the top of the Lent tracker, you'll find a prompt: "My 40-Day Lent Commitment." This is your invitation to ponder and declare your personal commitment to the Lenten season.

It could be a goal for spiritual growth, a practice you wish to incorporate, or an area of your life you feel called to focus on during this sacred time.

Beneath the commitment prompt, there's a section for notes. Here, you can jot down any thoughts, prayers, or intentions related to your Lenten commitment.

Use this space to reflect on your journey, record insights, or write down specific prayers you want to lift up to God throughout Lent.

The main section of the Lent tracker consists of 40 numbered squares, each representing a day of Lent.

As you progress through the season, color in or check off each square to mark your daily commitment. This visual representation of your journey serves as a powerful reminder of your dedication and progress.

By committing to a specific Lenten practice and tracking your progress daily, you can deepen your relationship with God and experience the transformative power of this sacred season.

Download your free Lent tracker today and let it guide you on a meaningful journey of faith and reflection.

Lent Tracker and Journal Page

Free Printable Lent Tracker and Journal Page

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If you’re going to be printing in color, I really recommend investing in an HP Instant Ink-compatible printer. The quality of the finished product is amazing! If you don’t need a color printer, I highly recommend a laser printer like the Brother L23 Series. You will save hundreds on ink. You can also get a color laser printer which I would LOVE to have!


For everyday printables, planners, and coloring pages for the kiddos I normally use Hammermill Printer Paper, 20 Lb. I love that you can get a small box of 3 reams instead of having to buy one at a time or a whole case of 10.

If I want something a little nicer, I use this laser paper which is incredibly smooth and has very little to no ghosting on the other side. This is perfect if you like to use pens/markers that are prone to bleeding through to the other side.

For printing on A5 paper, I use this Blank 6-Hole Punched A5 Paper. You can also get it without the holes but it’s $6-7 more. Which I think is odd because it’s usually the other way around and you have to pay more for the hole punching.

If you're printing a binder cover that is fade-resistant and lasts a long time, I would recommend the best paper using Epson Presentation paper. It's heavy like cardstock (48 lb), is great when laminated, and is made to last for decades.


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Free Printable Lent Tracker and Journal Page

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