2018 Dream Guide

December 27, 2017

2018 Dream Guide

It is almost the New Year and something about the turning of a calendar year makes my heart race. I love looking forward, dreaming, planning, and stepping out of the accidental boxes that have erected around the way we live and the way we think.

If you’ve followed the blog for a while, then you know the Dream Guide is one of my favorite tools to use every year. I created this a couple of years ago when I realized we all could use a simple guide to help us reflect and dream and pray as we head into a new year.

Zac and I do this every year. We usually sit in our favorite chairs, or find a fun restaurant, we print out two copies, and we talk. We look back at the last year and forward into the new year. When I read my Bible, I see so many sacred moments of people pausing to worship and ask God’s blessing over their next steps.

Will you join us this year? Do it alone, text a friend, grab your spouse, your kids.

We can ask things like: What if we could truly love people without fear of how they would receive us? What if we could give without needing anything in return? What if we actually began living our dreams instead of squashing them back into safer places?

I hope this guide is as helpful for you as it has been for us.

Steal away alone, with a good friend, or your spouse, and dream a little today or over this next week. Post photos of your time taking inventory and use the hashtag #dreamguide2018. I can’t wait to see how God moves you and challenges you!

52 Responses to “2018 Dream Guide”

  1. The link in the email I received keeps sending me back to the post but not to where I can download the guide.

  2. Thank you so much for this resource. A friend introduced me to it last year and I loved it so much I am planning to use it with my women’s small group to kick off our new year together. I am praying it will impact women across the globe to go for all God has for them in 2018!

  3. Erin Legan

    For some reason the link in the email takes me right back to this page. How can I download it? I’m excited for it, thanks!!

  4. Debbie Evans

    Is this dream guide good for unmarried women too? Most sites like yours is mostly for married women. Do you know of any who are for unmarried women?

    Thank you,
    Debbie Evans

  5. Kelsey Holmquist

    Jennie!! I love you!! You are such a beautifully strong hearted woman full of wisdom, strength, vulnerability and passion. Grateful for the ways that you let God pour his spirit and heart out through you. Thank you for your continual courage in how you seek rawness and then write about it. It has inspired and empowered me so much throughout the years.

  6. Andrea Schroeder

    For some reason I can’t get to the guide? The email just sends me right back to this blog page? Please help! I would love to do this with my husband!

  7. Setshwaro Mokgethi

    The plan makes it easier for the family to share special moments like praying together;going together in church and particularly bible discussion plans and celebrating milestones with other relatives.


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