2019 Printable Calendar for Christian Friends and Family
We’re busy. We have home and family obligations, church events and ministry meetings, medical appointments and more. Often we get so busy, that God is the one pushed aside.
We don’t remember Him daily or praise Him for the blessings He has given us.
So why not keep God front and center everyday while you keep track of your comings, goings and appointments?
To help you do this, I’ve created this beautiful, monthly printable 2019 calendar for you.
Use it to write down meetings, appointments, and birthdays as well as prayers and praises.
You’ll love the monthly scripture to remind you of our King of Kings whenever you look at it.
2019 Printable Calendar Features
The calendar features:
- A monthly verse to pray
- Major US Holidays
- Places to jot down prayers and praises
What To Do With This Calendar
So what can you do with this 2019 printable calendar?
- Keep it on your refrigerator or in your home office.
- Print it and wrap it nicely with a card to give to a friend or members of your small group.
- Add it to your war binder to turn it into your “faith and praise central”
- Print a copy for each member of your family to remember important days, birthdays and more.
What would you like to see in future editions of this calendar? What other sizes would you like to see? Tell me in the comments below.
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I pray that 2019 is your year to grow in Christ, strengthen marriages and relationships, serve others and be the woman that God created you to be.
Because of Him,
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