I wanted to share with you today the top 2 reasons that I love the women that God has surrounded me with as members of the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs.
Our logo has 2 hearts in it that are sitting in front of a cross. For me, those hearts symbolize and represent the power that we have when two women combine forces. NACWE is built on a foundation of love, of a woman and her sister in Christ, as they can do more together then alone.
I love the women of NACWE for their undying support for one another. We have a vibrant and active private forum where each day there is a lively discussion, prayer requests, and ideas discussed. I have seen them rally around me in support as I was being challenged on a phone call, and as I walked through a personal transition. I have seen them support each other with business and with life. We all need that love and emotional support as we move into the world of entrepreneurship.
I love the women of NACWE for their tenacity to create and build the business/dream that God has placed in their lives. These women won’t give up and neither will I. I have seen each of them grow and expand as they conquer mindset issues, money frustrations, and all of the things that go along with running a business.
Our mission at NACWE is to train, empower, and inspire Christian women as they build their entrepreneurial business.
We do this in three ways: connect, create and collaborate
We connect through the private forum, tele-classes, webinars, live events, and virtual events.
We create through the power of idea sharing, resources, and vision.
We collaborate by working with each other, creating joint ventures, sharing referrals, and walking side by side.
You can now see why I feel so blessed and proud of what has happened since May of 2010 as we have grown. I am a lucky girl to be a part of this group and so glad God pushed me to follow through on my dream that created NACWE in the first place.
[graybox]Diane Cunningham is the Founder and President of the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs. She is a “business therapist”, plane crash survivor, author, consultant, speaker, marathon runner, and fun friend.
Find out more about NACWE and why 165 women joined in the first year at www.nacwe.org. Connect with Diane at www.facebook.com/DianeCunningham for fun updates, silly videos, and lively conversation.