When we’re following our vision, oftentimes our current situation doesn’t look anywhere near the vision in our heart. It will look hopeless. The vision is so big and we look at our bank account for example and it’s dry and barren. But God’s word says Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness And rivers in the desert. [Isaiah 43:18-19] Today we’re going to dive deeper into what it takes to walk into the new thing God has for us and survive the wilderness of our lives.
Perhaps you've been given a vision and it doesn't seem to be rolling out as you imagined. If this sounds familiar, then we have a message for you from special guest, Keshia Aikins, CEO of Box Breaker LLC on Branding God's Way.
It's 2020! The start of a new decade and for many of us that means that we are out our old ways behind us and emerging into a new way of life. If that sounds like you then listen to this message inspired by Isaiah 43: 18-19 on A New Thing.
When it comes to obeying the commandment to put God first and give Him all the glory, these celebrities do not fall short. This episode is a bridge between last week's episode and next week's episode as we hear from some major players on the work of God in their lives.
If your entrepreneurial pursuits are drawing you to the entertainment industry but you struggle with knowing if you can pursue both faith and fame then you’ll love this interview with Brittney Q. Hill. She is a woman of faith who puts God first and is still achieving all she ever dreamed of in her entertainment industry career.
Sometimes just catching up with an old friend is enough to bring you the enlightenment you need to take your next steps. One thing Chantal and I do very well is catch up to the point where it's like revival time between two girlfriends. This week Chantal and I are connecting after months and we invite you in to connect and be inspired with us as we cover everything from wellness, to God's plan and integrating family with your business. Press play and enjoy!
If you've ever struggled with understanding your place as an entrepreneur and a child of God this episode is for you. We may find ourselves asking if God supports entrepreneurs or are we just chasing our own desires. Branding expert and DailyGodpreneur Alex Miranda sets us straight on the relationship between God and business.
I'm away at a leadership retreat with my church this weekend but we'll be back next week with a special guest. In the meantime listen to this episode for your homework, get caught up by listening or watching last week's episode with our guest Efia Leatham and also join the Christianpreneurs Facebook group to stay updated on new episodes and some new things we're going to be doing soon.
Efia Leatham is an Impact Speaker, Victory Mindset Coach and the #1 Best Selling Author of the Frame Your Day book set. Efia joins us on this episode to share her entrepreneurial journey and how we, as entrepreneurs can frame our days for success.
What crazy thing has God called you to do that seems out of this world? If you haven't answered the call yet, chances are you are fearful and you don't believe that it can happen so today I'm going to talk about what to do when you get the call to crazy
One of the things that sets us back in our business, finances, personal and professional growth is emotional blocks and our mindset. In this episode, Mindset & Life Transformation Coach, Latrice Allen Wade shares the keys to Releasing the Blocks to Transformation.
Something that we all face as christianpreneurs is conquering the divide between being a christian and being an entrepreneur. Not many bring their faith into business because they think it will scare people off or they won't win opportunities. But as we'll learn today with special guest Nicole Salmon, brining bold faith to the table just might be your game winning strategy.
Entrepreneurs often start and run their business on their own but it's only a matter of time before we need to build a tribe who will help us to learn and grow. This episode highlights scripture that will guide us on choosing the right people for our team and the importance of being able to assess the those we invite into our tribe.
On the road through entrepreneurship, we can often feel like our work means nothing or we're wasting our time if we don't see the fruits of our labour come through when we want. But this episode is going to encourage you that your work is not in vain. Press play and enjoy!
Last week we learned about being patient with ourselves but this week learn about how to be patient with other people. When we think on the pain and suffering Jesus endured with patience, it makes our trials appear to be insignificant. Press play and enjoy!
There is so much about life that weighs us down and can make us lose our patience. When we lose our patience, there's no telling what we might resort to in an effort to 'ease the pain'. But Hebrews 12:1 teaches us to "lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us. Today I dive into the things that weigh us down, the race we're running and the greatest example of patience we've ever known. Press Play and enjoy!
What is faith and why is faith important? As entrepreneurs and as people in general, our path is not certain and so we need hefty doses of faith to carry us through. Romans 10:17 tells us that faith comes by hearing the Word of God and in this episode I go deep on what that means. Press play and enjoy!
Persistence, perseverance, consistency and diligence are a family of words that mean hard work and it's all you need to find success and experience abundance. This episodes dives into the topic of diligence and the pros and cons of living a diligent life.
Christianpreneurs are driven by purpose which makes it so important to align and integrate our lives with God and His purpose. Today we're joined by a special guest, Christianpreneur and my sister in Christ, Chantal Amsterdam, founder of Neri Media and publisher of Neri Magazine.