~ Today’s new 2020 Christian Printable Wall Calendar is designed to help you write God’s Word on your heart. Use it to memorize one Bible verse each month! ~
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It’s a fun day! The day I give an extra special gift to all my Insiders (aka email subscribers).
I usually email a Bible verse printable every other Thursday, but today is the unusual day that I send 12!
I make a wall calendar out of the past year’s printables as a thank you gift to all my Insiders – who mean so very much to me.
After all, this ministry wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for all of YOU!
This 2020 calendar is a gift that will keep on giving. It is designed to help you write Scripture on your heart.
Not only will it serve as a unique “visual” for you to memorize one verse each month, but it will do the same for your friends when you give them this calendar as a gift.
Side Tip: Include one of these 17 printable Bible Verse Birthday Cards.
5 Ways to Get the Most Out of This Printable Calendar
1. Print your calendar on high quality premium printer paper or cardstock. Or you can take it to a professional printer. Note: this calendar comes in 2 sizes – half page or whole page (8.5″ x 11″).
Another great idea is to put it in a large frame and use a dry erase marker to write (and wipe off) notes on the glass.
3. Put it in a special spot where you will see it often so you can memorize the verses.
4. Use it as a meaningful birthday or Christmas gift for a friend. Print a set, add a pretty pen, and tie it all with a ribbon. Voila!
5. After the year is over, cut the calendar part off and use the verses for wall art or memory verse cards.
See, I told you! This calendar just keeps on giving.
That’s because it includes the Word of God.
Isaiah 55:11 (ESV): So shall my word be that goes out from my mouth; it shall not return to me empty, but it shall accomplish that which I purpose, and shall succeed in the thing for which I sent it.
Here are the verses included in the new 2020 Printable Wall Calendar …
Click each Bible verse to see a close-up picture and a blog post about it.
- January – Matthew 22:37
- February – John 3:16
- March – 2 Corinthians 2:15
- April – Acts 3:15
- May – Isaiah 54:8
- June – Philippians 1:6
- July – Galatians 5:1
- August – Psalm 90:14
- September – Proverbs 7:2-3
- October – Psalm 16:5
- November – Psalm 100:4
- December – O Holy Night
And while we’re talking calendars …
Want to plan your whole year (or school year) and be able to see it all at once?
My hand is raised!
I don’t think I could live without a year-at-a-glance calendar to plan the verses and blog posts for this ministry. And I thought you may need one too …
- maybe for your office
- maybe for your classroom (if you’re a teacher)
- maybe a gift for your child’s teacher
- maybe for your home business
- maybe to coordinate all of your family’s activities
- maybe as a goal or habit tracker
- maybe to record the verses you read each day
- or maybe as a quarterly planner.
I can think of all kinds of uses for a grid-style calendar!
In the past, I spent way too much on a huge poster calendar that ended up being too big for my liking. It had to stay rolled up most of the time – which defeats the whole purpose of being able to see it at a glance.
So now I make myself a perfectly-sized year planning calendar. It isn’t quite so super-sized (but still large) and is much more affordable.
And you know, when I make something for myself, you always get to benefit too!
This calendar is designed with one quarter per regular 8.5×11 page. So you can choose whether to use it a quarter at a time, or …
You can tape all 4 pages together with some pretty washi tape! By the way, washi tape peels right off if you accidentally tape the pages in the wrong order. Don’t even ask me how I know.
Now you are all set to plan your year!
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I hope you find these calendars as useful and helpful as I do. I would love to see yours in action! Tag me on instagram when you post it.
And always remember …
Psalm 37:5: Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act.
Proverbs 16:3: Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established.
*My prayer for you is … that this blog will inspire you to open your Bible every single day to seek God’s face and write His Word on your heart – because HE’S the key to lasting heart change!
The hand-lettered calendar above?
All my email subscribers got it in their inbox for free!
Yep – I email a new printable once a month so it can be used in these 20 Clever ways!
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