A letter from the founder...

I know I'm not the only one with God-sized dreams who didn't feel called to work in the church.

For years, I wrestled with how a career in business could honor God.

It was only when I chose to step into my calling that I realized the best way for me to serve God was to follow the path he chose for me. My calling was to the ministry of entrepreneurship.

So what does it look like for a woman to be the most Christ-like representative she can be in business?

One of my favorite quotes says, "The Christian shoemaker does their duty not by putting little crosses on the shoes, but by making good shoes, because God is interested in good craftsmanship."

We are called to be God's craftsman - to make good shoes.

So how can we create work that is up to God's standards and do it with integrity?

In a world where profits are often chosen over people, and we find ourselves in constant competition with the girl next to us, what would it look like to enter into an intentional community where we both learn from and lift each other toward success?

A community where you see others, not as competition, but as sisters in Christ doing their best work to serve the Lord.

As entrepreneurs shaping the culture of business and our communities, let's challenge ourselves to do work that matters. Work that shines above the rest, not because of our own talent or ambition, but because God has called us to work filled with passion and intentionality.

Welcome to Called Collective, what are you called to?

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