Scripture — we need it every day. Here at (in)courage, we love to share stories from our lives that have a gospel takeaway. That’s the basis of our articles, our podcast, our books and studies, and even our agenda planners. Scripture — and how we experience God’s Word in our lives — is the foundation of it all. We know you want your lives to be Scripture-based, and we want to help.
Friends, we have heard your love for planners. You’ve told us that you’re looking at your planner every day, using it for task organizing, to-do lists, meal plans, and even using it to connect with Jesus because our planners include Scripture on every page! Did you know our planner includes a Bible reading plan? Scripture on each monthly and weekly spreads? There are stickers reminding you to pray and stickers you can write prayer requests on. There’s even a whole page of beautiful tear-out prayer and Scripture memory cards you can share with a friend too!
In every month of the new (in)courage planner, you’ll be introduced to a different theme that reflects God’s heart for you, and you’ll get to read an excerpt of a story from a different (in)courage writer just like these:
For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them.
Romans 12:4-6 (ESV)
From Robin Dance: “God created us unique for a reason — His glory. Our differences and diversity reveal God’s complexity and imagination and the special ways He intends for us to reflect His goodness and grace and glory to a world in need. . . . The Body of Christ and our world need us to live our respective stories as each one of us is uniquely designed to fulfill.”
I can do all this through Him who gives me strength.
Philippians 4:13 (NIV)
From Patricia Raybon: “We can run from the Bible, with both its whispers and roar, or we can stand in God’s story in the storms of life, learning to hear all of it, even when we just want quiet and rest. That respite is in there, for certain. But God invites us into His whole story, preparing us to hear each other’s — not just the bite-sized, easy-to-swallow versions but His whole story and our own, even when we may disagree. May the complexities of learning from every part of the Bible — and through the stories shared here — ignite our hearts to surrender. Then, we can love.”
So the Word became human and made his home among us. He was full of unfailing love and faithfulness. And we have seen his glory, the glory of the Father’s one and only Son.
John 1:14 (NLT)
From Michelle Reyes: “God didn’t give us gifts of color and culture so we would pretend they didn’t matter. Jesus with His brown skin, poor skin, lonely skin, targeted skin, villainized skin, arrested skin, wounded skin, and resurrected-but-still-scarred skin made every color and culture of humanity matter. He gave each of us our colors so we can learn how to recognize and discover the breadth and width of His perfect love in our diversity.”
This 2022-2023 agenda planner also provides classic DaySpring planner features like durable laminated cover and tabs, lay-flat design with continuous spiral, an interior pocket page, and generous space for noting your plans. No matter what season of life you are in, prioritizing and planning help make the most of your time.
You will be inspired by the beautiful monthly art spreads, weekly verses, and inspirational messages throughout. The notes section with lined pages will help you write down quick thoughts to come back to, the tear-out prayer and Scripture cards will encourage your heart, and again, there are three pages of cute stickers you can write on to help bring your planner some extra joy!
Plan and walk through your days with this Scripture-based planner, knowing that when we include His Word even in the cracks of our day, God multiplies its goodness in our hearts and lives.