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If you can read through a bookmark, you can organize your life and you can make disciples!

Each A Life Well Lived Day Planner and Journal includes a bookmark to read through each day as a guide for your daily study.

The diagrams below are visuals to explain the A Life Well Lived Discipleship and organization Method.


John 12:24
What is Your Commitment?

•Follow the steps on this bookmark to use the A Life Well Lived Planner Daily.
•Meet weekly with your group or accountability partner. (Meeting questions are inside your planner)



Matt. 6:33
What Is My Mission?

• Review your Mission Statement and align your dailywalk with your Mission.



Proverbs 4:18
How Do I Study The Word?

1. Consider the context of the verse.
2. Copy the verse to your journal.
3. Write the verse in your own words.
4. Write the commitment you will make in light of what you have read.



Matt. 25:23
How Do I Invest My Time?

1. What are your priorities?
2. How are you living out your values?
3. How are you fulfilling your roles?
4. What life areas are out of balance & need work?
Life Areas: Spiritual, Family, Career, Financial, Physical, Intellectual/Creative, Community.


Matt. 6:9-13
How Do I Pray?

Follow Jesus’ Model Prayer. Worship: Our Father which are in heaven, Hallowed by thy name. Prioritize: Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Make Requests: Give us this day our daily bread. Repent & Forgive: And forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. Direction & Protection: And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Praise: For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen. Stillness Time: Sit quietly and receive.


Galatians 6:7
What Steps Do I Take Today?

1. What tasks are your first priorities today?
2. What activities can you eliminate in order to achive your Life Area goals?



Matt. 28:19-20

Your daily walk is your best example for others to follow. Introduce a friend or co-worker to the A Life Well Lived planner and offer to lead them in discipleship and accountability.

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