Introducing the new 2020 Goodness Planner!
We are so excited to reveal the 2020 Goodness Planner to you! It’s been a labor of love and faith, and to see God bring this to completion fills our hearts with so much gratitude.
As a woman of God, preparation and success are deeply connected.
There’s a parable in the Bible about the 10 virgins (Matthew 25), some took time to plan and prepare and were granted access to the wedding banquet, those who didn’t plan were locked out.
Proverbs 31 gives a great overview of a woman who planned well for herself and her household and was rewarded with massive success. Success is in the prep-work.
The Goodness Planner is a powerful tool that will not just give you a place to jot down your to-dos, but it’s also a powerful accountability tool that will help you push passed spiritual hindrances that hinder your success.
WHO IS THIS PLANNER FOR?
Anyone who is passionate about getting things done and passionate about spiritual growth.
We (Khatundi & Tilu) both have busy lives. Tilu constantly travels around the world working on movies as a production accountant, and Khatundi is a homeschooling mama to four boys. While our days look dramatically different, one thing is the same, we both need a planning tool that does two things really well: it MUST have adequate space to account for our endless to-dos, and it MUST help us stay attentive to what matters most for us (nurturing our relationship with the Most High).
WHO IS THIS PLANNER NOT FOR?
If you’re looking for an all-in-one devotional planner, this is not for you. The Goodness Planner does not have adequate space for you to write out prayers nor does it have daily devotional prompts.
That said, if there’s a prayer or devotional journal that you love, the Goodness Planner will be a great compliment. Use the check-off circles at the top of the page to account for your devotional time. If you need help with knowing what to read in the Bible, there’s chronological Bible reading plan in the planner that will take you through the whole Bible in a year. We’ve been following it all year and it’s been transformative.
Additionally, there’s an area to write out your favorite Bible verses to help you practice scripture memory. We’ve found these pages to be quite useful when we’ve decided to do a fast, but skipped over the preparation stage detailed in the Fasting Toolkit. When we’re fasting without pre-selecting scriptures to meditate on, we can quickly turn to the favorite verses page because scripture searching while hungry = frustration No bueno.
But wait, there’s more! For those days when you haven’t had a moment to open up your Bible app or your physical Bible, we’ve got you covered. We’ve combed through the Bible in order to provide verses that will invigorate your day. And when we say “combed” we really mean it. The prayer behind each selection has been singular: will this verse transform your day when it’s just not your day? God has said yes y’all, so on those days, simply read the verse on the page, say it out loud for extra credit, check off the “Bible” circle at the top of the page and keep it moving.
So here’s to being #agoodplanner with us in 2020. We’re so giddy. We hope you are too!
But as it is written:
“Eye has not seen, nor ear heard,
Nor have entered into the heart of man
The things which God has prepared for those who love Him.” – 1 Corinthians 2:9