One of our most-asked questions is what the difference is between our daily and weekly planners.
Are you wondering that, too?
We’re here to delve a bit deeper into the different purposes our two formats serve! They differ a bit, but the vision behind them is the same; to help you cultivate peace, presence, and purpose.
a simplified weekly format based on transformative, time-tested tools for discipleship and faith formation
- Scripture: Weekly readings from the Revised Common Lectionary
- Prayer: Weekly page with guided prayer prompt + reflect & reset rubric, seasonal examen pages, yearly examen pages
- Size: one week per 2-page spread + weekly Examen and Sabbath page (288 pages)
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“I tried to live without it...and it felt like something was missing. I prefer the liturgical year start because it jolts me back into realizing Advent is the start of the new year in my faith's tradition. Even when I only do the weekly examen, I find myself more in tune and settled for the week.” —Natalie R.
pages that lead you in a daily pattern of prayer and practice to help you cultivate a life-giving, sustaining rhythm
- Scripture: Daily texts from the Daily Office in the Book of Common Prayer and weekly readings from the Revised Common Lectionary
- Prayer: Short daily prayers from Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, a weekly page with guided prayer prompt + reflect & reset rubric, seasonal examen pages, yearly examen pages
- Size: one day per page + weekly Examen page (480 pages)
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“I love that these planners make space for me to pause and rest, as much as they do for me to plan and pursue. The prayerful pauses offer room to grow through the interior parts of my day as much as the exterior ones, which is such a gift. The bonus is that they’re well made and lovely to keep close.”—Brandi