As a busy ministry leader, you know what it is like to feel buried in your work and unfocused as you try to lead people. You want your ministry to grow and just wish you had more time to work on what you think is important. You need to get everything done at work and home without burning out and giving up.
There are times in my day to day work leading a ministry where this is exactly how I fell. I also know what it feels like to be focused, productive, and generally rocking things out. I have found that the difference between being productive and just trying to manage the chaos is often good personal planning. I know that when I plan my weeks and days, I am a better leader.
That’s why I developed a simple one-page template
for planning my week.
This one-page planner helps me focus on what is important, things I have to get done, and people I should be leading.
I’d like to share it with you.
Just click the link below and get my free Weekly Ministry Leader Planner PDF.
Try it out for yourself and print a new blank copy for each new week.
I know that I need to be proactive to avoid personal burnout and ministry decline.
How about you?
You can be a focused and productive ministry leader in 2018!
Let me know how you use my weekly planner in the comments below!