Yesterday I shared with you something that made me feel weak, which was scary. A physical weakness brought on discussions & prayers between God, Caleb and I about what our business should really look like. We realized that taking on so many photoshoots isn’t sustainable for us. We decided what we liked the most- wedding photography, and have decided to only take on only 5 clients a year. Because of that, each client will get much more attention, care, personalization etc. Having the time and energy to give them more support means so much to us. For the last 2 years Caleb and I have been working on & off on our relationship curriculum (setting single people, or those in a relationship up for the healthiest/happiest relationship possible). In Jan. the thing burning in my heart was the desire to finish our mentorship/class and get it out there. I realized that God was showing me my weakness to get my attention for what He wanted me to make time for the most. The reason we love wedding photography so much is that we love marriage so much. Feb. , March and April we’ve said NO to SOO many other opportunities to say YES to finishing our course. And last Monday we shared our free webinar with the world! We are so proud of the 8 week course we’ve made. It’s all the most transformative things I’ve learned over the last 11 years of deeply studying the topic and working with clients. It’s everything I wish I knew all put together. It’s going to change people’s lives, and set those who are teachable and ready to receive… to cultivate the relationship they’ve always dreamed of. We have a free webinar (link in bio) that is helping people gain freedom! Then schedule a time to talk to me on the phone. I help with a step-by-step game plan for your specific situation to meet your relationship goals. Sharing my weakness is scary, “But He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”
Helping people receive more fullness over their lives is what gives Caleb and I joy. What’s something in the way you serve the world that gives you the most joy?