How to Grow Into Your Calling

Do you feel stuck and frustrated?


Is your heart full of purpose, but you don’t know how to get to the dream?

I felt the same way eight years ago, but I’ve learned that calling is more about steady growth than sudden leaps forward. I talk all about it with Mimika Cooney in this interview. There are 3 simple steps I share along with a free handout that I believe will help you move forward.

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  1. Amy. *sigh* Thank you. I needed your reminder on this day. I appreciated your perspective and the manner in which you conducted this interview. My current season is one of tough testing. God’s message through helped me breathe well. I am grateful for who you are in Christ.

    • Praying for you right now, Charla, that Jesus is close in the testing you’re experiencing. I’m thankful He used me as a little encouragement for you!

  2. Oh how I needed this today. Thank you so much. I love the reminder of the taking a glance in the past to learn and looking to the future for the desires and dreams of our heart but to really live in the present and find JOY in all that God gives us. Thank you so much. I always learn so much from your blogs and podcasts.