Undated Christian Planner
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“Write the vision, and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it.”
Habakkuk 2:2 NKJV
Planning and casting vision for your life is biblical!
Plan for your life to prosper and overflow with abundance by visualizing the goals you have for your life. The Vision Board help you visualize your goals and dreams so you can work towards them and see God’s hand in your life to make them happen. Plus, the Bucket List helps you keep track of your longer terms goals. Planning ahead helps you focus and make these things a reality.
Genesis Chapter One teaches us the law of God, “everything produces after its own kind”. Good habits produce good results.
Use this tracker to focus on the habits you want to improve, change and start. Let this be a guide to help you achieve your goals like drinking more water, making your bed every day, household chores and more. This Daily Habit Tracker will help you remind you of your goals and reinforce your daily work to reach them.
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.”
Philippians 4:6 ESV
Let the Weekly and Monthly Reflection help guide your gratitude and praise to our Heavenly Father for all that he has done for you. Taking time to reflect on the blessings in your life will help remind you of His good gifts and give you encouragement to keep moving forward in your faith and life.
- Daily & Monthly planner
- Annual & monthly overview calendars
- Weekly devotional pages for sermon notes and bible study notes
- Extra space for journaling, To-Do's, Gratitude, Reflection and more!
- Sunday start day each week
- Marked with U.S. holidays
- Depth: 1.25"
- Weight: 1.2 lbs.
- Paper: 120 GSM White Paper
- Pages: 286 (including 12 blank sheets in the back)
- Pen Holder
Here's what our customers have to say about this product
- sermon notes
Very Nice Planner
This was my first planner. I purchased the undated one to see if I wanted to do this for the remainder of 2019. My wife purchased the 2020. This planner has very good organization for Sermon/Bible Study notes; plenty of customizable Daily Health Trackers; and an area for daily notes/to do's. I don't like the narrow area for daily notes though and found myself writing vertically so I wouldn't have to keep hitting return (if you will :-)). On weeks where Sunday is in a separate month from the entire week, it gets a little disjointed, i.e., you have to leave the Weekly Sermon Notes page blank for that week because only Thur/Fri/Sat (e.g.) is in that week. Even the 2020 planner left off a week in Mar. There only 4 Sermon Notes pages but there's 5 Sundays in March 2020. All in all I liked it, but I prefer just using a word document and doing all this digitally. I did lay out a few of the pages similar to this planner though, except the vertical daily note area.
My Christian Planner!!
I love it! I’ve learned to put everything in it so I defer to it always. My notes from church. My daily schedule. My devotion time. My exercise schedule. I love, love, love it. Thank you!
First time user...and loving it
I was glad to see you had an undated version of the planner, because I knew I would NOT be using this as my daily work planner...but as “wholeness planner.” I use it to set goals, plan and track my mental, physical and spiritual whole life activities. The undated version allows me the flexibility to begin and end at anytime...and if I neglect it for a spell, I can begin with the month I start back using it.