Free October 2016 Bundle and Devotional Calendar

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Fall is in the air and we are so excited about our first ever Her Binder Project Bundle!

Every month we release our free devotional calendars and weekly guides. This month, you’ll get the calendar and a few extra freebies!

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This Month’s Theme: Brought to Fullness

For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, and in Christ you have been brought to fullness.
He is the head over every power and authority.
–Colossians 2:9-10

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Let’s Get Started:

1. Click the links below to complete the bundle and add it to your binder

2. Join the Facebook Group (we are so close to 300 women!)

3. Tag us on Instagram with your #HerBinderProject photos throughout the month

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Part 1 of 3: Devotional Calendar & Weekly Guides

Click here to download the landscape version (PDF)

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Click here to download the portrait version (PDF)

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Part 2 of 3: 7 Day Devotional Journal

Click here to download 7 pages of devotional journal sheets for full-size 3-ring binders (PDF) 

Click here to upgrade and get all 30 days of the devotional journal for $7

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Click here to download 7 pages of devotional journal sheets for mini 3-ring binders (PDF)

Click here to upgrade and get all 30 days of the devotional journal for $7

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Part 3 of 3: Printable wall art

Click here to download ‘She Has Been Brought to Fullness’ (PDF)

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Click here to download O Give Thanks (PDF)

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We hope you are enjoying this bundle!

Do you know another woman who might like to be a part of this?

Save the image below and share it with her or post it on social media!

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Free 2016 March Devotional Calendar

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The March 2016 Devotional Calendar is now available!

Click below to download:

HERBINDERPROJECT.COM – 2016-03 – Devotional Calendar – Portrait

HERBINDERPROJECT.COM – 2016-03 – Devotional Calendar – Landscape

GET INVOLVED:

Currently seeking: Graphic designer with access to Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Mac’s word processor Pages! Please email morgan@cccofficial.com if you’re interested in helping with this!

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February 2016 Devotional Calendar

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The February 2016 Devotional Calendar is now available! This is a revisited devo from last year with new verses, challenges, and updating devotionals.

Click below to download:

Her Binder Project – 2016-02 – Portrait

Her Binder Project – 2016-02 – Landscape

GET INVOLVED:

We are excited to announce that we are starting to build the Her Binder Project writing team. Click here to get more information on writing for Her Binder Project!

 

 

Day 30 of 30: She Was Made With A Purpose

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I cry out to God Most High, to God, who fulfills his purpose for me. – Psalm 57:2 (NIV)

Oh, to know that our purpose is fulfilled by the Lord!

How beautiful it is to know that we do not need human approval or earthly accolades to know that we matter in His eyes. As we come to the end of ‘She Was Made With A Purpose’ series, continue to hold onto this beautiful truth that you were made with a purpose and there is nothing that anyone can do to take that away! Even when it comes to others around you.

Sometimes, it may seem like our boss’s purpose is to make our workday more challenge, or our parents’ purpose is to make us feel like we never meet their expectations. Or maybe, our significant other’s purpose seems like it’s to make us feel like the relationship is nothing but arguing and disagreeing.

But in the same way God is patient with us in understanding our purpose, we must be patient with others. It’s so easy to look at that disagreement we’re having with our spouse and say “they just don’t get it” or get frustrated when coworkers or customers seem to push our buttons. But what we have to remember is that God wants to fulfill that person’s purpose, too.

Imagine a world where we all looked at each other knowing that despite our flaws and shortcomings, we each had a purpose that was so much greater than ourselves. The world would be a much better place! But the good news is, that’s how God sees us. He looks at each of us with love and a desire for us to be with Him eternally through Jesus Christ. Remember this when you’re looking around and it seems like the only purpose in life is to just survive and barely make it through. Through Jesus Christ, there is so much more to life! In Him, you will find your purpose! So the next time you find yourself worrying and questioning what your purpose is, remember that it starts with knowing who you belong to, knowing that through your relationship with Jesus Christ, you have access to the most purpose-filled life!

Biblical Context + Further Reading: Psalm 57

DAILY CHALLENGE: How can you remind those around you that God has a purpose for their lives, too?

Day 29 of 30: She Was Made With A Purpose

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29

I cry out to God Most High, to God, who fulfills his purpose for me. – Psalm 57:2 (NIV)

Oh, to know that our purpose is fulfilled by the Lord!

How beautiful it is to know that we do not need human approval or earthly accolades to know that we matter in His eyes. As we come to the end of ‘She Was Made With A Purpose’ series, continue to hold onto this beautiful truth that you were made with a purpose and there is nothing that anyone can do to take that away! Even when it comes to others around you.

Sometimes, it may seem like our boss’s purpose is to make our workday more challenge, or our parents’ purpose is to make us feel like we never meet their expectations. Or maybe, our significant other’s purpose seems like it’s to make us feel like the relationship is nothing but arguing and disagreeing.

But in the same way God is patient with us in understanding our purpose, we must be patient with others. It’s so easy to look at that disagreement we’re having with our spouse and say “they just don’t get it” or get frustrated when coworkers or customers seem to push our buttons. But what we have to remember is that God wants to fulfill that person’s purpose, too.

Imagine a world where we all looked at each other knowing that despite our flaws and shortcomings, we each had a purpose that was so much greater than ourselves. The world would be a much better place! But the good news is, that’s how God sees us. He looks at each of us with love and a desire for us to be with Him eternally through Jesus Christ. Remember this when you’re looking around and it seems like the only purpose in life is to just survive and barely make it through. Through Jesus Christ, there is so much more to life! In Him, you will find your purpose! So the next time you find yourself worrying and questioning what your purpose is, remember that it starts with knowing who you belong to, knowing that through your relationship with Jesus Christ, you have access to the most purpose-filled life!

Biblical Context + Further Reading: Psalm 57

DAILY CHALLENGE: How can you remind those around you that God has a purpose for their lives, too?

Day 28 of 30: She Was Made With A Purpose

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28

Commit your way to the Lord;
trust in him and he will do this:
He will make your righteous reward shine like the dawn,
your vindication like the noonday sun.
– Psalm 37:5-6 (NIV)

God has a path for your life but it’s up to you to make the choice to follow it. He has a plan and there is a purpose for everything He sets in place.

And sometimes, it’s easier said than done. Right now, you might be looking down at the path and there may seem to be some missing bricks. Maybe you’re wondering why the path is winding or narrow at some points.

If that’s you, be encouraged that where God has you right now is not a punishment. The way He is setting things up for you on this path is by no mistake. As God reminded his children in Jeremiah 29:11, He is not out to harm us. So understand that you don’t have to walk around wondering what’s ahead when you know that whatever God has up ahead is far better than anything you could ever imagine

Where God has you today is not a mistake or punishment.  Take a moment to thank God for this very day He has given you, asking Him to give you the joy to embrace whatever He is doing on this path!

Biblical Context + Further Reading: Psalm 37:1-9

DAILY CHALLENGE:  Take a moment and think about what worries you the most. Write down this verse, and replace “your way” with “my worries/thoughts/plans about _____________.”

Day 27 of 30: She Was Made With A Purpose

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. – Galatians 6:9 (NIV)

In this part of the Apostle Paul’s letter to the church of Galatia, he is encouraging them to stay focused on what is right in a time where they were falling away and beginning to stray away from the Gospel. Paul is reminding them that they have the opportunity to do better  (verse 10). He is reminding them that by faith, they have the opportunity to keep pursuing what is right, despite the temptation and pressure to turn away. When it comes to that goal to start that new career, move to that new city, or to start your business, recognize that you have the opportunity right now to keep on doing good and not grow weary. You have the opportunity to stay focused on the things of God, plant seeds, and watch them grow.They may not grow at the pace you want them to grow, but be thankful for the seeds that God has given you, because they WILL grow. The harvest will come in the proper time that is according to His purpose. So don’t stop making the Lord your top priority, talking to Him and reading His word daily. Don’t stop making improvements and refining the skills God has given you, not to get attention of others but to bring glory to Him. God WILL honor your faithfulness. Keep on sowing seeds and do not give up because things seem to be slowing down for you. Do not slack off. God has more in store and it is important that you live your daily life with this kind of mindset. Be thankful for where God has you and what He’s showing you, knowing that everything will grow in due season, according to HIS plan!

Biblical Context + Further Reading: Galatians 6:1-10

DAILY CHALLENGE: How can you continue to focus on doing good even though you might be weary?

Day 26 of 30: She Was Made With A Purpose

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26

I will give thanks to the Lord because of his righteousness; I will sing the praises of the name of the Lord Most High. – Psalm 7:17 (NIV)

Today is a day celebrated as a time of Thanksgiving in the USA, and all across social media, television, and many other avenues, there are reminders to be thankful.

Here are five ways we as women who follow Christ can actively be thankful today, as you remember that you were made with a purpose:

1. Let us not send those “Happy Thanksgiving!” texts only to people we wish were in our lives, but instead, let us be thankful and focus on the people who already in our lives.
2. Let us not allow what other relatives and friends are doing have us feeling inadequate or insecure, instead let us be thankful for what God is doing in our lives.
3. Let us not spend one moment on social media comparing ourselves and our celebrations to others, instead being thankful for what we are doing, and happy for what God is doing in our lives
4. Let us not forget about those who don’t have families or don’t get to see their families or those of us who have lost loved ones, instead let us be thankful for those loved ones in our lives and make an effort to find at least one person to love on that doesn’t have that, or just might be missing someone in their life right now.
5. Let us not dwell on the text or call we’re waiting on, the relationship we’re waiting on, the job, the transcript results, or the financial breakthrough we’re waiting on, but instead let us be thankful for this present day we have been given, even if it doesn’t seem like much. No matter where we are in the world, let’s find the time to be thankful today.

Let’s all make a point to be thankful today. For some of us, the holiday season isn’t easy. There are those of us who have lost loved ones during the holiday season, and we can’t get through the day without remembering those we love who are no longer with us. Let us all remember that amidst these memories and reflections, God is still with us, and He has still given each of us another day to live and breathe and to be thankful.

Biblical Context + Further Reading: Psalm 7:12-17

DAILY CHALLENGE: Make an effort to practice one of these five things today (even if you’re not in the USA/celebrating in a traditional way)