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Using Your Well Planned Prayer Planner

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If you are looking for a planner that mirrors the integration of faith into the rest of your life, look no further than the Well Planned Prayer planner.

Well Planned Prayer is a comprehensive planner designed to enrich your prayer life as you manage day-to-day living. I designed each section to aid you in keeping track of daily to-dos, scheduling activities, creating menu plans, organizing grocery shopping lists, and much, much more.

A Walk Through Your Well Planned Prayer Planner

If you are new to Well Planned Prayer, or if you are still trying to decide if this is the planner for you, take a look inside this year’s edition while I walk you through each section.


As you open the first pages of Well Planned Prayer, you will find help for using the your new planner. I have included a sample weekly spread with instructions for how to use it.

Family Memories

This area allows you to add memories and photos of your family for this year. You can keep track of family favorites and regular activities. Your planner will become a keepsake for years to come.

Staying in Touch

The staying in touch section allows you to record birthdays, anniversaries, and other occasions. With all of this information on one page, you can easily see who who has an event coming up, and have cards or gifts ready. No more turning the page to discover someone’s birthday is the first or second of the month!

Household Duties

Having a plan makes it easier to keep the house clean. I use this page to breakdown the many household chores into doable, 15-minute increments. It also allows me to assign weekly chores to a specific day of the week. With a weekly plan in place, I can start planning monthly projects like cleaning out closets, gutters, gardens, and more.

Prayer Cards

These perforated, tear-out sheets keep track of prayers during prayer time each week. Write the name of the person you are praying for, then check off each day as you pray for that person. These cards are perfect for teaching children the power and importance of prayer. I like to laminate my cards and use a dry erase marker so that I can use them over and over again.

My Schedule

Next, you will find a place to create a daily schedule. Developing a daily routine will make it easier to carve out time for daily prayer and make it into a habit. The schedule is divided into half-hour blocks from 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM, with a spot for early morning and evening scheduling as well.


Goals are essential to success. Use this section to record goals that you have, for your prayer life as well as personal, family, and other goals. With your goals listed here, you can refer to them quickly and easily throughout the year as a reminder to keep you on the right track.

Attributes of God

The next section is a fantastic reference throughout the year. It includes attributes of God with Scripture verses, as well as verses to learn more about the character of God. The next page has a list of the names of God and what they mean.


Three articles have been included to help you learn more about prayer. The first one explains the four steps of prayer. This includes praise, silent confession, thanksgiving, and intercession. The next article describes one accord prayer. The final articles has tips and strategies for building strong groups.

Monthly Spread

With ample room in this two-page spread, you can make appointments, set reminders, and make notes about the coming month.This spread includes a prayer, quote, and Bible verse for the month. I’ve also included a read through the Bible in a year plan to help track your progress.


Expanding on the monthly attribute of God, we’ve also included an encouraging article, already filled in prayer sheet, and ample note pages to journal or record your journey with God.

Shopping Lists

Following each month’s article are tear-out shopping lists. Utilize these handy resources when creating a dinner menu plan, checking your supply of household items to build a grocery list, or getting ready to run errands.

Prayer Helpers

Well Planned Prayer also includes some handy forms to help keep your prayer life active. Each month you will find a prayer sheet, a journaling sheet, and a page to record what you have learned about God, as well as a section to record answered prayers. It is amazing to see what God does when we pray!

Weekly Spread

Keep track of your weekly priorities on the spacious weekly spread. Each week has an inspiring quote and small monthly overview calendar. Over twenty lines and check boxes are included each week for you to stay on track with your demanding schedule. Use the daily menu planner to save money and eat more nutritious meals at home. Most importantly, each week I’ve included an area for prayer. Utilize this area to journal and record specific prayer requests and praises.

Holiday Organization

The busy holiday season makes having a plan even more essential. Nestled between November and December, you will find some specially created resources to help you keep track of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s events and celebrations. Here you will find a place to record Christmas card lists, gift giving, and shopping needs.

Future Plans

At the end of your Well Planned Prayer planner, you will find a section to help you focus on your future plans. A full-year calendar for the next year is included here, followed by a blank lined sheet to keep track of your plans.


The final pages of Well Planned Prayer are lined pages for notes. Write out prayers, copy Scriptures, keep track of important information…the possibilities are endless!


No need to use sticky notes or stick-on tabs with Well Planned Prayer. Handy, inset tabs make it easy to find all of your monthly information.

With five kids in their teen and early adult years, Rebecca shares the many ups and downs of parenting, homeschooling, and keeping it all together. As the Well Planned Gal she mentors women towards the goal of discovering the uniqueness Christ has created in them and their family and how to best organize and plan for the journey they will travel.

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