2018 Theocratic Monthly Planner for Jehovah's Witnesses
Click here for Spanish) By popular request, the 2017-2018 Ministry Planner has a new format: the calendar now starts in September 2017 and therefore is a perfect fit for the service year! There is a total of 16 months, running from September 2017 to December 2018. This handsome pocket planner for the ministry is the perfect solution for planning and tracking your service report, important dates and pioneer schedule. This 2018 theocratic pocket agenda by Ministry Ideaz features a beautiful photograph the new Warwick Bethel. The JW pocket planner includes a nicely detailed calendar that offers inspirational quotes and Bible texts each month. Each month has spaces to include your service report for each day. This beautiful booklet-style calendar has 44 pages and is offered with a full-color cover on high-quality card stock with an ultraviolet coating. IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: As these calendars start in September 2017, were printed long before the branch released the 2018 Bible Reading schedule. Therefore the calendars do NOT have the Bible reading schedule as published in the 2018 Examining the Scriptures Daily booklet.
This agenda for Jehovah's Witnesses comes in two handy sizes
There are two sizes to choose from. Choose the original "small size" which fits in your shirt pocket and measures 5.5" x 3.9" x 0.1" (13.9cm x 10.5cm x 0.3cm). Or, if you find the writing to be just a tad too small, get the new "jumbo format" which is 30% larger and measures 7.1" x 5.0" x 0.1" (18.1 cm x 12.6cm x 0.3cm). Each calendar (regular and jumbo) have identical content and whichever size you choose, you're sure to be more organized than ever.
Set your pioneer service goals, and stay organized with this theocratic agenda!
The "countdown to my goal" feature is a favorite of ours, and space is provided for each day of the month to record placements of literature, video viewings, return visits as well as recording your hours in the ministry and Bible studies. There are also special planning schedules for regular or auxiliary pioneers. A list of statutory holidays for Canada, US and Britain is included for easy planning of special service days on your days off work.
2018 monthly agenda for Jehovah's Witnesses even has two special sections to keep track of both your Watchtower and Awake! magazine route and your return visits and Bible studies. With a total of 28 extra pages for scheduling and notes, there's no excuse for being disorganized this year!
Designed for Jehovah's Witnesses families: Plan your family worship evening and personal Bible study schedule
With no shortage of homework and school activities, finding time for prayer, family worship, Bible study, and the meetings and field ministry can be a challenge for parents who are Jehovah's Witnesses. Schedule your time wisely! The 16-month calendar format includes two different read-the-Bible-in-a-year schedules, a weekly JW personal study schedule and family worship schedule. As the Congregation Bible Study,
Theocratic Ministry School and Service Meeting have been replaced with the Our Christian Life and Ministry Meeting this new calendar has a new format. Information with regards to the Theocratic Ministry School schedule has been replaced with a special section to record short notes and assignments from the new "Life and Ministry Meeting."
At just $1.99 each (and bigger discounts for
bulk orders), the price is right for these wonderful JW theocratic planners for 2018 and they make perfect gifts for pioneers, family, friends, and loved ones who are involved in our ministry as Jehovahâ€™s Witnesses. Pair the booklet with a scripture based greeting card and a matching weekly Bible reading bookmark for a special gift for any occasion, and order one for yourself as well.
Read what others have said about our Jehovah's Witnesses pocket calendar in the reviews at the bottom of the page. Here is a sampling:
Dear Brothers, my dad had the part at the beginning of the month from the Our Kingdom Ministry regarding making the best use of our time. He copied "My Weekly Schedule" from the Agenda and gave a copy to everyone at the Hall. He invited us to fill out our schedule (eg. day's text, Bible reading, family worship, field service, meetings) to see if we were making the best use of our time. If not, we could pray about it. One couple took it to heart, realising that daily Bible reading was missing from their schedule. Since that meeting, they have got back into a routine of daily Bible reading.