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As Christian women, nothing is truly secular in our lives. That means even the way that we plan our weeks can have spiritual significance.

Today, we’re unpacking how your weekly planning routine can actually be a spiritual habit. One that connects you with God and helps you focus on what matters most.

I’ll show you the personal strategy I use each week to talk with God as I plan, and let Him speak into what I put on my schedule. Then I’ll pose a few questions to help you make it your own.



The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction by Justin Whitmel Earley

The Abide & Focus Planner Bonus Pack:

Here’s a look at our Bonus Pack Weekly Planning printable. This is the tool I use to use to prompt each part of my weekly planning strategy.


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