Inside Texoma: National Christian Womens Association
For the bold, down-to-earth, loving woman who gives until her heart is filled with joy, we know who you are.
A Christian woman with big dreams and a dynamic personality
A Christian woman who is passionate about her faith and proud to share it
A Christian woman with boundaries that are often overlooked
A Christian woman who is a habitual giver, doer, and an over-worked over-achiever.
A Christian woman willing to go above and beyond and get caught being a leader
A Christian woman that has established a business and seeks to be understood
A Christian woman hoping to connect with those who embrace your same standards, ethics and values?
Welcome to the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs
Your home where we are colleagues, friends, supporters, achievers, and, most of all, we live by God’s Grace.
The National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs (NACWE) knows you’re ready to step into a bigger, bolder life. It is time to step up into your leadership role God has for you and be the fully inspired, engaged resilient woman you are because:
You are confident
You are worthy
You are enough
You are valuable
You are passionate about your faith
Here at NACWE we are:
A safe place to connect with fellow sisters in Christ from around the United States and Canada
A platform for high-value training to best suit your needs and frenzied schedule
An encyclopaedia of answers to your aching questions
Intent listeners who offer encouraging feedback on your ideas, and support through prayer
A toolkit of infinite checklists and templates for amping your skills and simplifying your business systems
A sisterhood compiled with faith-filled women who appreciate you
A trustworthy team who lends a hand in building your business (graphic design, website development, virtual assistants, accountants, social media managers, and more)
Committed to creating strategic alliances and forming joint ventures with other members
Dedicated to your success and bumpy rides along your journey of success
With NACWE, you’ll be inspired by a myriad of women who bring a creative and vibrant essence in the world with their powerful gifts.
The world needs you.
So join us, and let’s live the life God intended for us to live.
JOIN OUR GROWING SISTERHOOD TODAY!
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Leading with the HeART! Teleseminar for NACWE Members only Date and time: June 9th at 12:00 Noon About the Speaker: Jennifer C. Thomas is a proud Christ Follower who gives God full credit for her gifts and successes. She is a member of Go B.I.G. Success Circle mastermind group and holds a charter membership with [...]
Guest Expert: Jo Ann Fore Title: When a Woman Finds her Voice When: October 30th at 12:00 CST for members only Jo Ann Fore is known as “The HOPE Coach.” She is passionate about women walking in freedom. As an author, teacher, and certified life coach, she leads women into full, free lives—lives of joy [...]
This teleseminar was held on: October 13, 2010 | 1 Comment
Conquer Your Office Chaos – Top 7 Business Organizing Systems October 13, 2010, 12pm CST NACWE Members Only Sherry loves helping people get their offices organized. Her clients understand the value of getting rid of the chaos in their life and in their environments so they can focus on what they do best! They realize [...]
Title: Marketing the Message: How to use Social Media to brand yourself Date & Time: September 8th for Members 12:00-1:00pm CST Pam Perry is known as the “PR Guru”, “Marketing Whiz” and “Social Media Expert” by the national media such as Detroit Free Press, Publisher’s Weekly and Gospel Today magazine. Perry has arguably been one [...]
As Georgeanne Wimberley opened her new dog training business, RW Training Kennel, a few thoughts started to swirl around in her head: Is dog training a good idea? Am I good enough to handle this as well as a full-time job? What if I fail?