2020 brought with it many terrible times and changes, but it also provided us a chance to reset our default reactions, beliefs, and relationships. How we use that opportunity will determine how we move forward as restrictions lift and life opens up for many in the United States.
From childhood we are indoctrinated to blend in, be like others, and go with the flow. However, we have the technology and freedoms we have today because of pioneers and innovators willing to stand up, stand out, and stand apart. Are you one of them for future generations?
Sometimes you just need a reminder… here it is.
Are you giving your ALL to your craft? Let’s talk about this in some more detail as we discuss my biggest takeaway from the fireside chat John the Bap and I had last week.
In this first fireside chat, Shell of The Essential Creative talks with JRenee from No Honey Makeup about business, faith, and balancing priorities as a Kingdom entrepreneur. This chat will be helpful to all who have wanted to start a business but have been afraid to do so. JRenee had the idea for her business while home on maternity leave with her youngest son, at a very unlikely time most mothers would be thinking of launching a dream. But she did it and is here to tell us the real, raw details of what it takes to have faith for big, audacious goals and God-given callings.
Look around you this holiday season and help those in your community to enjoy the time as well. Small acts of kindness can go a long way.
An abandoned playground inspired some thought about creativity.
You know I love listening to local artists and sharing their music with you. This week, I am introducing you to CT Psalmist, Garry Shepard, Jr. via an interview we did this summer.
Let’s think outside the box of ways to give back to your community.
Sharing a sermon from Lisa Harper and a confession of not being there when I should’ve for someone and how it’s affecting me as I prepare to say goodbye.
I heard a spoken-word previously that really hit me in that place where I am super passionate. It made me think about the bridges we are building in our communities.
The new Dwayne Wade commercial from Budweiser is the best yet. Who knows you believe in them?