Kingdom Strategies for Life and Business

A little over a year ago, God gave me some insight about His promises.  Typically, when there's an assured or declared blessing from God, in His word, there is a prerequisite placed before or after the promise.  This is demonstrated in 2 Chronicles 7:14, Jeremiah 29:13, and Proverbs 3:5-6 (learn more via my YouTube Channel).

As I’ve grown in life and business, God’s promises have become more tangible now that I realize my responsibility in securing them.  In the Gospels, for example, Matthew demonstrates prioritization of the kingdom and righteousness as the strategy to fulfillment and fellowship with God, 6:33.  When we seek God first, we can assure His blessings.  In my journey to prioritizing the kingdom, I’ve gained clarity, focus, wisdom, discernment, tenacity and confidence. 

Over the past four months, I’ve connected with over 70 women via social media, workshops and virtual programs.  I’ve taken these opportunities to empower women to Go Brave in their faith, families, finances and business.  Each interaction has prepared me to ready myself to be launched by God.  What I’ve discovered is more women desire this momentum however don’t know where to start.  So here is what I did to position myself to impact others, advance the kingdom and operate in my purpose.  


Trust me when I tell you, it’s extremely difficult to experience change when we don’t establish “why” change is necessary.  Furthermore, a “why” without depth only leads to distraction and inconsistency. 


According to Revelations 12:11, our testimony in partnership with Christ has the power to overcome Satan, the accuser.  Fear often keeps us from reaching our greatest potential. However, when we own our story we create a sound captivating the ears of those who need our gift to navigate their journey to freedom.


Even after sharing my story there was more God intended to do in me.  My prioritization of the kingdom became a guide to my healing, surrender and release of people and things that did not serve me.  We must take inventory of our boundaries in relationships and discover what we truly need to live our best life with God.     


According to Proverbs 18:21, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof” (KJV).  Though I’ve heard this scripture many times it didn’t sink in until I tried to change my words.  First, we had to be intentional about dismantling the irrational beliefs we hold as truth.  Then, with the help of the Holy Spirit, we need to confirm our identity in Christ (Genesis 1:27, 2 Corinthians 5:17, 1 Peter 2:9, Jeremiah 1:5, Ephesians 2:10, John 15:15 and 1 John 3:1-3).  Personally, I made a determination to be thoughtful in offering a response and not a reaction, speak scripture aloud when my thoughts tried to override God’s truth and journal to explore and develop solutions to my problems.   


Believe it or not, legacy extends far beyond the children we bear.  My gift to the world, legacy, was made tangible when I produced my first book.  We have to ask ourselves, “what will change lives for generations to come?”  And “how will this reflect the essence of who God made us to be to influence and impact others for His kingdom?”   


In one of the lowest points of my life, God was preparing me for my now.  Before I knew my voice mattered, I was asked to facilitate a session for a young women’s retreat.  Three years later, the same group of women asked that I speak for their entire women’s department annual prayer luncheon.  By this time I had self-published my first book and had my second book available for pre-order.  In both instances, God drew on my gifts as a researcher, writer and teacher to now empower christian women to Go Brave in their faith, family, finances and business.  

Ultimately, we have to ready ourselves to be in position to create and/or operate in the opportunities God makes available to/for us.  It requires us to do the work.  The work is our commitment to the Lord and the opportunities are the plans we align with His will to establish the success we desire, Proverbs 16:3.            

I challenge you to make this your reality.  So, if you desire to impact others, advance the kingdom and operate in your purpose, then you need to join our seven week group coaching program.  In it you’ll learn the detailed, kingdom strategies I used to establish a foundation rooted in God and built for generations to experience. APPLY NOW

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