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Make Your Own Prayer PathWay Notebook

Making Prayer PathWay notebooks can be a fun group, family, or individual project. Here you can download the forms and resources you’ll need in two printable formats. They may be printed, photocopied, distributed, and used for noncommercial purposes.

Full-size forms (8.5” x 11”)

Half-size forms (8.5” x 5.5”)

Additional Supplies

  • A binder (either 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 5.5”)
  • Printer and printer paper or loose-leaf notebook paper
  • Dividers (7 minimum; up to 18 suggested)
  • Pen or pencil

Optional Extras

  • A second binder (either 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 5.5”)
  • Photographs of people or groups you would like to pray for
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Markers or colorful pens
  • Stickers


  • Get a binder (or two) from an office supply store.
  • Create a cover (or covers).


For a Prayer Notebook

  1. Create the sections for the PRAYERS acrostic. Label seven dividers, one for each of the seven steps of Prayer PathWay (Praise, Repent, Ask, Yield, Express Thanks, Rejoice, Shalom). 
  2. Print out some Prayer Verses pages or use binder paper from the store.
  3. Start jotting down some verses and/or quotes that help you to pray!

For a Personal Prayer Planner

  1. Print out the forms you will need (My Weekly Prayer Planner, Today’s Prayer List, I’m Praying For, Prayer Verses, and PRAYERS Day Trip).
  2. Label the first divider for your weekly prayer plan. Insert the Weekly Prayer plan sheet.
  3. Label seven dividers, one for each day of the week. Insert the prayer lists for each day. You may wish to 
add an I’m Praying For form in each section as well.
  4. Label one divider for a month of daily prayer. Insert the Month of Daily Prayer Themes form.
  5. Label one divider RESOURCES. Print out extra forms and resources so that they’re handy when you 
need them!
  6. Label one divider MISCELLANEOUS.

Start by filling out My Weekly Prayer Planner. Don’t rush this process. Prayerfully think of people, groups, ministries, and others for whom you would like to pray.

Revise your chart until you feel satisfied with your plan. I find it helpful to use different colors of ink to designate different prayer groups (e.g., red for my own family, green for extended family, blue for friends, pink for missionaries, black for church and other ministries).

If you’ve never done a list like this before, start small—you may add to it in the future!

Transfer each day’s list from My Weekly Prayer Planner to that day’s Prayer List form. Each day should have its own Today’s Prayer List. Write the day in the upper right-hand corner. (For example: everything from the Sunday column of your Weekly Prayer Planner should be copied onto a Prayer List form in the Sunday section of your binder.)

Write the name of each person or group on an individual I’m Praying For form. For some of the people I pray for, I start this sheet with ongoing prayer needs and with Bible verses that apply (I call these “prayer pointers”). The rest of the page can then be used for specific prayer requests/answers/updates.

Consider making extra copies of your Weekly Prayer Planner to put in your Bible, with your calendar, on your bedside table—anyplace where it can catch your eye to remind you to be constant in 
prayer. (Just make sure confidential information isn’t left lying around where others can see!)

You can also make a calendar event in a calendar app so you're your phone and laptop send you daily reminders of who’s on that day’s prayer list.