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What’s new: my last Vlogmas of 2022, Cultivate speaking event, my new book, and one-word 2023

Hi there! I’ve got several exciting things to share with you today!

First, here’s my last Vlogmas 2022 (vlogs that are about Christmas – a vlog is a video + a blog). I share about creating a miniature Christmas tree for our daughters Eden and Leah from Ray’s mom’s (their “Mimi”) Christmas crafts. She made me one with bears when Ray and I first married, and made another with snowmen that I gave our daughter Heather when mom passed away, as Heather (and I) loves snowmen.

You can see the finished adorable trees, as well as me wrapping and mailing gifts, and our daughter Leah’s, Ray’s, and my Christmas gifts we got, set to Christmas music, on the vlog.

I’m still learning HOW to vlog, but it sure is FUN! I’ve been watching other vloggers on YouTube about Vlogmas & travel vlogs.

Below is the link to my last Vlogmas of 2022:

My last Vlogmas of 2022

Cultivate: Christian Creative Symposium

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I’m so excited and honored to be one of the speakers for Teresa, Jen, Chrischa, and Ken at their Cultivate: Christian Creative Symposium, an online conference for Christian creatives–designed for the way God wired you. It starts tomorrow until January 7, 2023.

It is FREE for you to attend!

There is also an All Access Pass and you can get $10 off when you use my coupon code JONES at registration.

The speakers and topics sound amazing! You can sign up at the link below. My speaking presentation is called, Shine Like Stars: Use Your Gifts to Make an Impact. I’ll also be on the live panel on Thursday, January 7, to answer any questions.

www.ChristianCreativeSymposium.com

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Did you get your ticket for the Kingdom Writers conference?

Did you get your ticket yet for the Kingdom Writers conference: The Courageous Writer edition? I’m one of the panelist speakers!

Yesterday I was on two Zoom calls –one is my business coach Diane Cunningham Ellis’ monthly coaching call for her Business Breakthrough Society, which was great, and the other Zoom meeting was my Progress Pod, which is my support/accountability group that is a benefit of Diane’s program. It is so good to meet with like-minded, Christian women in business for encouragement and motivation.

Are you Zoomed out yet? I know that the past couple of years has been filled with oh-so-many Zoom meetings.

This year, the Kingdom Writers Conference is back again and is completely online. However, they do things differently than most.

  • You’ll get the opportunity to attend the opening and closing presentations live on Zoom.
  • For the other presentations, you’ll be able to watch the video at the time that works best for you. Plus, it’s like a buffet. Just pick and choose the sessions you want to attend.
  • Instead of just 24 hours, you’ll get 48 hours to listen to each presentation for free. Yay!

Plus, this conference helps you integrate God into everything you do.

And that’s why this free event is just for YOU!

Over 5 days you’ll hear from the amazing lineup of speakers (including ME—I’m so excited and honored!) to help you go from unknown author to consistent book sales by gaining the courage to step out, initiate purposeful partnerships, and sell more books using the power of COLLABORATIONS!

And you can get your free ticket here!

The conference is completely free to attend, but they have also put together an incredible offer including ongoing access to the video presentations and a ton of bonus training from some of the speakers! Make sure to check it out before the price goes up.

I can’t wait to see you there and start taking action together!

Blessings,
Beth

ps: The 5-day conference to help you sell more books using collaborations starts on Monday.

Click here to get your FREE ticket to the conference. 

PLEASE NOTE: There are 2 affiliate links in this blog post, above. The Kingdom Writers conference has no cost. But if you sign up for the conference by clicking on these links above and choose to purchase The Courageous Writer All Access Pass so that you won’t miss any presentations, that means I get a small commission from your purchase. This helps me to cover costs for my business and ministry at www.BethJones.net

Have a blessed and beautiful day or night.

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An update of what I’ve been doing

I haven’t been blogging lately. Just doing life stuff. So…I thought I’d give you an update of what’s been going on this year. First, about writing. 

Kingdom Writers book

Part of my story is in a chapter of my writing coaches CJ Hitz and Shelley Hitz’s book, Kingdom Writers. I helped to promote it. You can find the book here, available on Amazon. It is a great book!

I’m one of the featured alumni panelist speakers for Shelley’s upcoming Kingdom Writers conference on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 11 a.m. eastern time, so stay tuned for more news about that!

Each alumni speaker will only speak for a few minutes, but this is such an honor that Shelley asked me to do this!  This edition of the conference is dedicated to helping authors build their platform and sell more books through collaborations

If you need a speaker for your women’s conference, retreat, online event, or podcast, or know an event planner who does, please contact me here. I love encouraging women and giving them the hope of Jesus Christ!

I’ve also been writing a Vella fiction short story called She Won. It’s about a recent widow and mom of 4 grown children, Norah Wellington, who goes to the convenience store every day to buy a coffee, a chocolate doughnut with colored sprinkles, and a lottery ticket. One day she wins the jackpot.

She winds up moving to Destin beach, Florida, the place of her dreams. She has heard that winning the lottery can be a curse instead of a blessing. It also changes people–for the worst! What will Norah do with the money? 

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