My Honest Review of the Faith Planner for Faith, Time Management & Goals

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One of the blessings of being a blogger is the opportunity to review products such as the Faith Planner that I’ll be sharing about today. Although I use a digital calendar and tons of paper lists. I really love a physical planner. I’ve been looking for one that can hold my appointments, to-do lists, goals and faith walk. I knew it was a tall order. I took a look at a number of Christian planners, but had not, yet seen the faith planner.

cover of faith planner

When I had the opportunity to review the Faith planner, I knew I had to take a look. It seemed to have everything I was looking for.

Here’s a short video of my opening the Faith Planner and going through all of the features:

I chose my Faith Planner in pink, but it is also available in solid black, pearl white, premium leather and sky blue. I’m normally not a pastel pink kind of person, but I liked this color. I would love if they offered them in brighter colors, though.

Features of the Faith Planner

The cover is buttery-smooth and very sturdy. I believe it would hold up well to being toted around in a purse. The inside pages are thicker (but not too thick), again, making the Faith planner able to stand up to everyday use.

The planner is undated, which is great because you can purchase it any time of year and not worry about wasting months or waiting until the calendar starts. I usually like dated calendars, but this one has so many great features, I was able to overlook the undated Faith Planner.

image of goal page from faith planner

At the front of the Faith Planner is a two-page spread with “My Goals”. The spread includes places to record your spiritual, relationship, professional and personal goals as well as healthy habit goals. Page two of the spread is all about your goals to “get closer to God this year”. How awesome is that? Do you set spiritual goals? I think it is something we should all strive for.

calendar view of Faith Planner

The next twelve pages are six blank monthly calendar spreads. That is one thing that I’m not a fan of with this planner – I wish it were a full year instead of just six months, but, again, there are so many other great features that I’m going to overlook this drawback for me.

daily Bible verse in Faith planner

One great feature of the Faith Planner is that on nearly every page there is a Bible verse. It’s a great way to spend time with the Lord. Perhaps look up the daily verse in your Bible and read the surrounding passages, or pray the verse back to God. You may even want to write it in your planner or journal as scripture writing can help us grow in our walk with God.

daily planning page, Christian planner

The next section features your daily planning pages. Each day includes, of course, a Bible verse, but also top action items, your daily schedule, task list, how does today’s Word speak to you as well as sections for prayer and gratitude. I love how each day we are encouraged to focus on His Word, prayer and gratitude.

At the end of each week, there is a page for reflection, sermon notes and journaling about your conversations with Christ! The Faith Planner also includes two ribbons for placeholders as well as an elastic that hold the book together (another great feature for if you bring your planner with you and drop it in your purse!). You know that the pages won’t curl or get torn.

Overall, the Faith Planner is a solid choice for a Christian planner. It has numerous features for planning, goal setting and growing in your relationship with the Lord. Definitely consider this as a top choice when choosing a planner!

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What do you think of the Faith Planner? I really like mine and look forward to continuing to use it to hit my goals and grow closer to God.


Because of Him,

Sue

Susan is a writer, speaker and the creator of Women of Noble Character ministries. She is passionate about helping Christian women deepen their walk with God through Bible study and creative worship and strengthen their marriages.

She lives in rural North Central Missouri with her handsome and hilarious husband and a myriad of dogs, cats and chickens.

Susan runs on Jesus, coffee and not enough sleep.

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