Building a business can be exciting, exhilarating, and also very, very hard. There’s too much to do and too little time, money, and energy to do it. Unfortunately, our natural response as motivated, self-starting entrepreneurs is to dig in and do MORE. More work, more time, more energy… And more discouragement at the end of each day when the to do list is longer than when you started.
We worry about the work, then try to work away the worry.
Are you ready for business building to be different? Better? Lighter?
Are you eager to more fully partner with God in the work He is doing in the world?
The 31 Day Prayer Challenge helps close the gap by equipping you with short, daily, strategic prayer points designed around the way God is already working on what He has promised to provide.
Beginning with the inside and working out, the 31 Day Prayer Challenge will help you focus on one bite-sized Prayer Point daily as you ask God to transform…
YOU, THE ENTREPRENEUR
YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD
YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS
YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR BUSINESS
THE IMPACT YOUR BUSINESS HAS IN THE WORLD
What Others Are Saying
Aligned with God’s purpose
I have been in business for myself for 10 years now, and I have never felt as closely aligned with God’s purpose for me as an entrepreneur as I have during this 31 Day Challenge.
Hearing God Speak
God brought this challenge to me in a year where I was avoiding Him emotionally. I am hearing Him talk to me now.
Confirmed and Affirmed in God’s Calling
A strong doubt that I had before these 31 days of challenge, is that maybe being an entrepreneur was not in God’s plan for me, but during this journey together everything changed. I really decided to give many hours of each day to be immersed in the word of God and He has definitely confirmed and affirmed that my entrepreneurial spirit is too important within the purpose that He has for me.
I received a call from a new client who signed on for coaching! Yesssss…..Jesus! Thank you! God is so faithful and provides at just the right moment!
The Golden Thread
The journey through many PCCI classes since the fall of 2016, mentor coaching, a new job, 31 Days of Prayer… It has been a year of “coming out”, transformation. God has used many tools and people to sprint me forward and land my heart, hands and feet on beautiful ground. 31 Days has been a super reinforcement tool that undergirds and weaves through every aspect. The Golden Thread if you will.
Fruitful to Listen, Learn and Converse with God
The prayer challenge has been extremely fruitful for me to listen, learn and converse with God About His business that He has gifted me with. Using the scriptures as a practical application to build our business has blessed me tremendously in gaining clarity and confidence. I am no longer anxious about timing as I know and trust that it is unfolding in His time this ALL IS WELL!
Doors have been opened for my business in ways that I never even imagined.
Freed from Fears
Before embarking upon the journey I was consumed with busyness, stuck in a pool of self-limiting thoughts, and unknowingly paralyzed by fear. Now, I feel free and ready to move forward. Our Lord has refocused, refreshed, renewed, reassured, and recharged my spirit, mind, and soul.
Many Prayers Answered
I have had many prayers answered. Professionally, my confidence has grown by leaps and bounds.
I think the most incredible thing for me when taking part in this journey is seeing how God used each day’s message to bring joy back into my life. My circumstances haven’t changed, but I was awestruck last night when I heard myself answer the question, “How are you?” with “I’m well.”
This is been a wonderful faith building challenge. I have seen God subdue fear, worry, and panic and replace it with faith, vision, and boldness to step out valiantly. God is truly faithful to take our businesses to places it would never go without him.
“Father God, I thank you for all you have provided me through this group – a new, renewed and deeper love for You, a renewed love for my husband and a newfound confidence in myself and a newfound confidence that You brought us into Your business for us to stay together with Your blessing! I think I finally understand how and why prayer “works.” Father God you are awesome! Thank you!”
I have experienced a growing peace & assurance during this prayer challenge. I have greater confidence that what I do to market my business will not be in vain but through the Lords blessing will yield good fruit.
God as CEO
I changed my title to “Managing Director” to tangibly acknowledge God as the CEO of HOPE Unlimited.
I now have a new level of confidence in who I am as an entrepreneur and what I am called to do for His kingdom as a coach.
Focus on God’s Will and Promises
I don’t want this prayer challenge to end. Though I’ve only shared a few times in the group, I’ve taken great comfort and insight from exploring the same scripture on the same day, individually, but in union with others. The daily scripture illuminated personal concerns as well as business challenges and desires all woven together. The blessings of a new client, return of past clients, and inquiries I hope will become clients is secondary to the grounding and focus on God’s will and promises active in my life and the faith-building encouragement of others experiencing the same.
Clarity & Courage
During these 31 days God has given me clarity and courage to move forward in a niche that I have considered for quite sometime. I was feeling that it might be too late to move in that direction. I am so thankful that God is in control. Since following His desire for my business, I’m gaining so much knowledge and self awareness. With Him and following the journey of this prayer challenge and Facebook group, I gained the courage to step up and believe in His power. New doors of opportunity have opened for business.
And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him.
I John 5:14-15