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That You Would Prosper ebook
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Congrats to the e-book giveaway winners!

That You Would Prosper ebookCongrats to my Ebook giveaway winners!

I loved the business ideas of each of the participants for this contest, and spontaneously decided on Friday to just bless all 3 of them with the Ebook, That You Would Prosper as Your Soul Prospers: Affirmations for Christian Women Entrepreneurs.

The winners are:

  1. Julie Black. Julie and her daughter feel called to a contemporary ministry for Christian women, to give them steps and strategies to take charge of their success in life by aligning with the power of God. Be empowered, Julie! As Julie said, when God calls, you answer!
  2. Alice White Hinckley. Alice’s goal is to help women embrace being successful entrepreneurs. Her desired┬álearning skills for this year are adding an online presence for her existing business and possibly adding an additional online biz. Her passion is┬áhelping others prosper and embracing their gifts and the blessings established for them. Go, Alice!
  3. Tonja Gregory Bertog. Tonja’s goal is to help women struggling with depression and stress-related illnesses realize their self-worth and relevance in life. She’s a single mom and is currently between jobs, and she says she knows the struggles in trying to make it in the world. Right now she is counseling family and friends, giving advice online, but would love to have her own business. You can do it, Tonja!

Congrats to all 3 winners! I pray this Ebook blesses you and gives you the courage and motivation you need to step out in faith with your business dreams!

You can learn more about the Ebook, That You Would Prosper as Your Soul Prospers, by clicking here. Find out what God’s word and successful women entrepreneurs have to say about wealth, money, poverty, and mindset.

God wants to bless you so much that you become a blessing to others!

What would you enjoy as a give-away here at BethJones.net? Leave your comments below.

Planner 2013
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The Intention to Make Money

Planner 2013

My New Planner 2013

“I believe the power to make money is a gift from God.” – John D. Rockefeller

Over the last several months, God has been speaking one word to my heart, prosperity, a word that inspires some women and makes others cringe, because they’ve heard out-of-balance, Biblically-erroneous teachings on it. But God wants His children to prosper in every area of their lives – spiritually, emotionally, health-wise, in their families, in relationships, in personal finances, in business, and in career or ministry.

Money is not bad or wrong. Jesus taught more about money and wealth than any other topic in the Bible, so it’s obviously important to Him. Many of God’s faithful servants were very wealthy. They would be comparable to today’s successful 7-figure-a-year online gurus such as Zig Ziglar (recently passed away), Carrie Wilkerson, and Sandi Krakowski.

God wants you to be so prosperous and successful that you can become a blessing to others. It’s not about buying more toys, but about advancing the gospel and God’s Kingdom!┬áI share about this in my newest book, That You Would Prosper As Your Soul Prospers: Affirmations of God’s Blessings for Christian Women Entrepreneurs. (Details coming soon!)

Success starts with intention. The beginning of a new year is a great time to make not just new year resolutions, but to dream, to plan, to make intentional decisions and choices. From Secrets of 6-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny (pp. 87-88), we read:

“”Was it your goal to make a lot of money?” I asked Ruth, a highly paid computer expert. This was always one of my first questions to interviewees, and I was beginning to notice a pattern in the responses I was getting.

“No, I have to admit, it wasn’t,” she replied. “It was the recognition that motivated me. But somewhere in there was the intention to make good money.”

“You had the intention to make more money?” I asked, belaboring the word that had jumped out at me.

“That’s true,” she replied. “I was thirty years old, a poverty-stricken professional dancer. I was tired of being poor. So I made a decision. I said, “OK Ruth, it’s time to actually make money.”

There it was. The declaration of intention. I’d heard it in virtually every interview I’d done, although cloaked in different words. Each woman would describe that point in her life when she said to herself, “It’s time to make money.” And, in an almost uncanny way, the instant she made that explicit declaration to make money her life took a definite turn.”

What about you? Is it your time? Your turn? Start dreaming, start planning, start making an intention today.

Join me and special guest Cheryl Pullins in the chat room here at 2 pm Central Time on Dec. 28 as Cheryl shares about women entrepreneurs and success God’s way.