Where Are You Headed?

Posted: December 28, 2015 in Thoughts on art ministry and life
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settinggoalsWe’re just a few days from a brand new year. It’s a great time to consider where you’d like to be at the end of it. This is big picture time. Don’t worry about the details. They will only bog you down at this point. Where would you like to be? Where do you feel God leading? If you don’t know the answer to this question, pray! Next look at where you are. Are you happy? Satisfied? Feeling good about the future? If you are, there are still goals to set. You need to maintain forward trajectory, and keep on going.

If you need to make some changes, where do you want to go? The first step in getting somewhere is knowing where you’re headed. Let’s help each other out. Share your goals here and we’ll try to help each other formulate steps to reach our goals.

Share your goals in the comment below.

  1. Ink says:

    I know this probably is not particularly realistic (though certainly not outside the scope of God’s power), but I would personally love to be able to make enough from my Christian comics, via Patreon, possibly, to quit my job and work on them full-time. I do have a few patrons so far, but it’s just a small side income at this point and I’m putting so much time into content creation, I don’t have the time available to promote it as I’d wish. I did have someone doing that for me, but then she had a baby, and that’s how it goes, lol.

    • amokarts says:

      Tell me more about Patreon. That sounds interesting. Give it your best and see what happens. God is good.

      • inkhana says:

        Basically Patreon is a funding site that allows you to take pledges from people who support your work and in return, you can give special bonuses that only your donors (“patrons”) can have access to. People can donate pretty much any dollar amount they want and you can reward them based on the amount they donate. I know a lot of people are doing really well with it. Will keep praying on it and see what God does with it. Thanks!

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