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Define. Implement. Discover

Is your schedule overwhelming you? Is it hard to stick with things until they are complete? Are some decisions difficult to make? Life gets easier when we live our lives with our priorities clearly before us. Living in Priority Sequence helps us do just that.


Dear Reader …


The Bible expresses a very powerful concept in 2 Corinthians 5:17 NKJV, it says; Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he/she is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.


There is something powerful about being able to leave the past behind, especially if that past is painful. When we become a new creation, we have a new set of priorities that require a new framework for living.


The Living in Priority Sequence Planner© helps us build such as a framework. As a reference for aligning our beliefs with the Creator, there are five qualities that set this planner apart.


  • It modifies the framework within which we function so that our priorities are always before us. This reminds us of the decision making process we have decided to follow as we make our choices.

  • Because it establishes a way of life, new information can be integrated easily.

  • It highlights our accomplishments instead of our shortcomings. At the end of the day, we may not have completed what we set out to do, but the Planner© helps us see what we did achieve. Sometimes it’s surprising how much we really did do even though our “to do list” still has items on it.

  • It celebrates the positive aspects of our lives by tracking blessings, what we learn as we study our Bible, and so much more.

  • It places God at the centre of the details of our lives.


The Living in Priority Sequence Planner© is a how-to planner we want to use if:

  • we’re not balancing our family, home, work and personal goals and obligations.

  • some days, our schedules overwhelm us.

  • some days, no matter how hard we try, we can’t get, or stay, organized.

  • some days, it is difficult to make a decision.

  • some days, we find that sticking with something until it’s complete is difficult.

  • we keep forgetting family birthdays, and missing special occasions.

  • we’ve tried self-help books, but don’t get lasting results.

  • we suffer from depression, and want to be well permanently.

  • our goal is to invite God into the events and details of our life.


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Living In Priority Sequence

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