Episode 1: How A Simple Step Started A Whole New Thing


Welcome to Episode 1 of Just One Simple Thing! In this episode, you’ll learn how an engineering and construction project manager ended up serving creative Christian ministry and business leaders like you, and what I hope we can do together. You’ll also see how God can take just one simple step that makes no sense at the time, and turn that obedience into a whole new thing.

Action Step
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If you are struggling to put your purpose or calling in words, this post on my blog and this classic TED Talk may help.

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