Last year, I spent many hours researching weekly planners. I’m incredibly picky, and there are very few that meet my criteria. You can read more about that here.
BUT, I came across the Sacred Ordinary Days planner a few weeks ago, and it felt like it was perfect for this spiritual formation series.
This planner is weekly planner meets the liturgical calendar and the Book of Common Prayer. Your daily Scripture readings are built into the planner, as well as spaces for reflection each week. Also included are a finger prayer labyrinth, a liturgical calendar, and steps to help you create a rule of life (and more!).
It was created by a Baptist Spiritual Director who had noticed the need for a space to pray, read, reflect, and plan all in one. Integrating our daily to-do list with prayer, Scripture, and reflection is just the right thing for those of us with hyper Type-A tendencies.
The Sacred Ordinary Days planner has hit its goal on Kickstarter, but it’s still open for 14 more days if you want to get in on it!