BY KELSEY BLINN
How do you prioritize your time? What do you do when you feel overwhelmed? Are you a list maker? Or do you get lost and just don’t know what to do?
Being and getting organized can be tough. It can take time but it is time well spent in the long run. Once you are organized it can become a rhythm that just needs to be maintained to help you thrive. Now where do you start? This can be the hardest part. The starting. It can be daunting and exhilarating all at the same time. Peer Ministry Leadership has a great resource called PLAN-IT that can help get the kickstart needed to become more organized in your ministry setting. The skills learned can also be carried over into other aspects of your life. Through this resource we can walk with you through the steps on how to map out your year to be a health program, work, and life balance. One focus in PLAN-IT are the four H’s: Head, Heart, Hand, and Holiness in relation to programming. Through this curriculum you learn how to plan programs that are based on scripture and theological beliefs, are relatable, nurture personal growth, and connect faith practices for everyday life.
Plan-IT can help you and your coworkers plan for the next year. It does take a little time to get into the swing of it but it pays off. If you would like to learn more about PLAN-IT check it out on the website LINK or contact Kelsey Blinn, firstname.lastname@example.org to get the conversation started!