You may rely on your Google calendar, Evernote app, or pocket planner to keep you organized, but there is a new method. And people are going crazy about it! (Go ahead - search “bullet journal” on Pinterest.)
The craze started with a website dubbing bullet journaling as “the analog system for the digital age.” The site advertises a specific journal, but all you need to get started is a notebook and pen. Even better, you can customize your bullet journal to be anything you want it to be! Many Christians are using this life-organization trend to deepen their relationship with Jesus. (Check out one great example here.) You can devote pages of your bullet journal to prayer, praise, Bible readings, or faith journaling.
Would you like to share this method of spiritual enrichment with the volunteers in your ministry? CTA has designed a FREE, downloadable bullet-journal page. The page is set up to organize one week of Scripture memorization and prayer. Plus, there is extra room for notes, doodling, or brainstorming.
Check it out today and let us know how you and your volunteers use bullet journaling!
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