Today’s busy schedules can make it difficult to find time to spend alone with God. However, a faith planner can be an helpful way to remember to take time for God. Faith Planners and journals are everywhere these days. I’m sure you’ve seen them all over Instagram and Pinterest. Perhaps you even have one yourself.
Using a Faith Journal / Planner
Using a Faith Planner or journaling can be in a variety of forms. So whether you want to study a God-based topic like Philippians or write about your inner thoughts on a Sunday. Or perhaps have a more written-up reading schedule for each day of the week, there is a place for that in a Faith Planner. Because you are unique and your needs are unique, it is important to set up your planner by customizing it to fit your needs and desires as well as possible. That is why downloadable inserts are the perfect way to go in the beginning. They are often inexpensive to try out and if you don’t like the layout or colors you can try something else, until you find what you need.
Example of Faith Planner Setup
In this video, Karin is going to show you how she has set up her faith planner using the Confetti Collection inserts. The planner and inserts are fantastic and can be used in any way that you would like to use them.
Materials used in this video: Inserts from the Confetti Collection
Faith Journal Customization
I really like these different types of planners, because I think they have helped me to take my faith seriously. Making the Bible a part of our day-to-day responsibilities and routines, makes us more mindful of our relationship with God and His word. I hope this helps you in your spiritual journey as well!
I hope you get the chance to try out some of these ideas this year and that they help you with your faith journal. If you have any additional ones, we would love to hear from you in the comments below!