As Christian women, we have been given a mold.
A mold that looks like being a wife, motherhood, cooking meals and maintaining a home.
I, as a Christian woman, love all of these things. However, I know that on top of being a wife, a mom (in the future) and maintaining a home, I have been called to lead. I have been called to entrepreneurship and to the business world.
My days look like waking up to make breakfast, jumping on client calls, stopping to make lunch, going for a walk, tidying up the house, responding to emails and doing client work, making dinner, and then taking the time to rest.
It is unconventional, and I love it.
I believe that we are living in a time where the unconventional Christian women is being called to rise up. A time where Christian women are needed in politics, in leadership, in education, in business, in corporate and in what we see men leading day in and day out.
Yes, I believe in the woman’s ability to lead. I believe God created us to.
It’s a blessing to be a wife. It’s a blessing to be a wife and serve others through your business.
It’s a blessing to a mom. It’s a blessing to be a mom who also runs corporate meetings.
My point is this, if you have been feeling the nudge to start something, to lead something, to go after a forgotten dream, I want to encourage you to do it.
I want you to start to think, “what if?”
What if you did go after that position?
What if you could accomplish that dream?
What if you could build a successful business?
Life is too short not to try. Life is too precious to not live to the fullest.
You were made for something amazing, and it’s waiting for you to accept it.
Will you accept your mission, your journey, your purpose?
If you do, I promise you won’t regret it.