As a ministry leader, you probably have a lot of plates spinning on a Sunday morning. From check-in to new guests to volunteers to supply bins, there’s a lot to think about. It can be hard to slow down and celebrate the ways God shows up week in and week out.
Use this 5-year celebrations journal to help you pause, reflect, and celebrate what God does in your ministry each week, no matter how small the celebrations may seem.
How To Use:
- Print off this downloadable journal and place it in a 3-ring binder or folder.
- There are typically 52 Sundays a year. Each page in this journal represents 1 of those weeks. You can choose to start at week 1 whenever you download the journal or figure out the specific week of the year and start with that number.
- Each page has spaces for 5 years’ worth of notes and celebrations. Write the current year in the top right of the top box.
- Each week before you leave your office on a Sunday morning, take a minute and write down a few celebrations from the morning: Small moments of gratitude, ways God moved in the lives and hearts of your kids, memorable moments, funny moments, new families you met, or even just small moments of celebration. These celebrations don’t have to be fancy. Feel free to use bullet points.
- Repeat every week, then every year as you record the ways God is working in your ministry.
Remember that you’re planting seeds, leader, and as you celebrate each week for 5 years, you’ll start to see the ways God grows the seeds into a thriving faith in the lives of your kids, team, and even yourself.
This download includes:
- 54-page PDF of the journal to print and insert into a 3-ring binder or folder
This product is a digital download, which means you will receive a link to download the files after completing the check-out process. Please note: It is too large of a file to view on a mobile device.
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