WEEKLY 
PLANNING

These strategies will help you implement your RHYTHM and take action on your GOALS…one week at a time.

Strategies for 2022 Weekly Planner

1

Schedule a time each week to plan for the upcoming week. We encourage you to make it a reoccurring appointment with yourself!

2

Download our Weekly Planning Guide here. Use (or edit) it to make weekly planning quick and simple.

3

Explore our Weekly Layout below. Get ideas for using each unique feature of the spread.

layout of Christian planner weekly calendar

1 GOD’S TRUTH: Write a Bible verse or message from a sermon or devotional that you want to remember during the week.

2 CALENDAR: Create your daily plans. You can schedule by the hour, use time blocking, or write out a to-do list. It’s your planner, so use the method that works best for you!

3 PRAYERS: Keep a list of people or things you want to pray for each week.

4 GOD EVERYDAY: Plan spiritual habits in advance; or track gratitude, Bible study progress, etc. at the end of each day.

5 WEEKLY GOALS: Break monthly goals into small pieces or list small, independent goals for the week.

6 WILD CARD: Free space for you to meal plan, set a daily priority, or track something in detail such as miles run, etc.

7 NOTES: Space for thoughts, planning, or any-time to-do items.

8 DAILY HABITS: Track rhythms or other habits you want to practice multiple times per week.

 

Strategies for QUARTERLY GOAL JOURNAL

1

Schedule a time each week to plan for the upcoming week. We encourage you to make it a reoccurring appointment with yourself!

2

Review your RHYTHMS and GOALS & PROJECTS to set your priorities and choose habits to track.

3

Explore our Week by Week Layout below to determine how you’ll use each feature of the journal to support your spiritual habits and goals. 

Christian goal journal

1 WEEK: Write the dates you’re tracking. Since our journal is undated, you can start using it any week of the year!

2 GOD’S TRUTH: Write Scripture, a Biblical truth, or something from a sermon that you want to remember throughout the week.

3 PRIORITIES: Break monthly goals or projects into small pieces or list small, independent goals for the week.

4 HABIT TRACKING: Track habits from your rhythm, or repeated behaviors that will help you achieve your priorities for the week.

5 WILD CARD: Free space for you to list prayer reminders, meal plans, or keep notes.

6 WEEK CALENDAR: Space for planning or tracking. You can set daily priorities in advance, list details of habits tracked (example: specific Scripture read or miles run), or use it for end of the day gratitude. Your journal…you decide!

7 END OF WEEK REFLECTION: Two questions to ask yourself at the end of each week to fine tune your efforts or adjust your direction.

8 FAITHFUL BOX: Use the lessons from this week to inform what you need to pray for or about next week.

 

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