2019-2020 TLV Biblical Stewardship Planner

$40.00

Join the journey as we waltz with our Heavenly Father throughout the Seedtime & Harvest Seasons by using this 2019-2020 TLV Planner! With monthly pages (16 months!), weekly calendar pages for tasks, sections for lists, and a space to record the revelations and miracles that God gives you each week, this planner is sure to be a wonderful asset to living the Bible today. This planner also pairs beautifully with our new TLV Journey Bible App! Get yours today!

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So much to do and so little time! Keeping track of our busy lives is hard to do and science has proven that our minds can only handle 3-5 major tasks at a time. But God already ordained a schedule for us – one of peace, fruitfulness, and joy. Join the journey as we waltz with our Heavenly Father throughout the Seedtime & Harvest Seasons by using this 2019-2020 TLV Planner! With monthly pages (16 months!), weekly calendar pages for tasks, sections for lists, and a space to record the revelations and miracles that God gives you each week, this planner is sure to be a wonderful asset to living the Bible today. This planner also pairs beautifully with our new TLV Journey Bible App! Get yours today!

This 2019-2020 TLV Planner includes the following:

  1. Gregorian Monthly Calendar Pages
  2. Color-coded Weekly Shabbat & Monthly New Moon Observances
  3. Jewish TANAKH* and New Testament Bible yearly reading cycles
  4. Weekly TLV Day by Day for prioritizing work-life balance each week
  5. Practical Plan & Prep Pages for navigating from ‘Seed Time’ to ‘Harvest’
  6. TLV Journey Bible App icons for corresponding multi-media content

 

When we put together our TLV Biblical Stewardship Planner, we wanted to use color very carefully to give people the tools that they would need to follow a Biblical day, a Biblical week, a Biblical month, and a Biblical year – all while integrating with the standard Gregorian calendar that we all commonly use. Sounds complicated, right?

Well, it’s really not! We gave each week a color so that anyone can easily identify which week of the Gregorian month they would be able to freely give of themselves to God’s house! And instead of bright colors that could seem overwhelming, we used pastels to gently remind that there is an ongoing pattern to our days: six days of work and a Shabbat. So, by counting the Shabbats, we can maintain a schedule that is  Godly, productive, restful, and in sync with His calendar.

So think of it this way: you generally have four Shabbats each month.

The week leading up to the first Shabbat is Pink Week. 
The week leading up to the second Shabbat is Yellow Week.
The week leading up to the third Shabbat is Green Week. 
The week leading up to the fourth Shabbat is Blue Week. 

And the occasional week leading to a fifth Shabbat is a Gray Week because it’s an extra!

There’s only so much that you can pack into a month, much less a week. So when trying to decide when to plan your monthly book club or date night, you can glance at your calendar and know immediately what week is the most open. Because if you’re volunteering at your local church or congregation on Pink Week and the monthly ladies luncheon happens on Green Week, then Yellow or Blue weeks would be a great time to schedule something new!

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Joseph Greenberg

Joseph Greenberg