The Stay True Planner is a carefully curated tool that allows you to set meaningful goals that align with your purpose and values and track your progress throughout the year.
The Stay True full-year planner is undated, so you are not limited to a particular year. In the planner, you will find lined pages for journaling, note-taking, meditating – whatever your needs are.
The Stay True full-year planner includes a free gift! A fully lined notebook to record your overflow of reflections and thoughts. Jot your ideas, journal your day-to-day experiences, write your meditations, and much more.
Your purchase will also give you access to the A.L.I.V.E. Assessment. The assessment is an essential tool that allows you to be aware of your spiritual awakening and intimacy with Christ in all areas of your life. It encourages you to set long-term and short-term goals in line with your purpose.
I really like this planner. On an aesthetic level I kinda wish the journal itself had the same design as the box just for a little extra, but that’s just being overly particular. The cover itself IS a beautiful color. I also wish it could be offered in a spiral bound, but that’s personal preference as well. I really like the short and sweet layout of the days as a bit of a “check in” to see where you’re at in your personal devotions, as well as using it as a bit of an encouragement/accountability for continuing to stay in the Word. The notes section is labeled “Reflection”, so it’s not for writing your full study notes if you are one to do that, but more of a quick thought, meditation, or application you’ve taken from your time in the Word. I can’t say anything on the assessment that it says you can use, as I had issues with the code/website when I tried to check it out. It could very well be a temporary issue though. I will try again later and update my review if I can get it to work.
My thoughts on the Teen version (Father, I pray) are that it’s a nice journal, but I think it looks like it’s more for the younger tween ages than actual teens. But still something a bit more “exciting” looking than the adult version, which can go a long way for kids.
Regardless of what you do for your personal devotional time, this would be a great little extra to have. I am in a Bible study that has some pretty intense note taking involved as it is, but I’m also planning on reading through the Bible chronologically on my own again next year and this can help stretch me to at least put SOMETHING to paper each day as I’m reading through. Whatever it is that you are trying to improve this year with your personal devotion time, maybe this could help you too.
*I received a copy of this planner through FrontGate Media. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.
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Father, I Pray (Teen Edition) Purchase Link: https://bit.ly/3UREU6o