Hey! I’m Jackie. I am a mother of two sharing my passion for: beauty & wellness, motherhood, and business. I help women build their business + brand by staying true to themselves in order to make an impact + increase sales!
Come See What God is Doing…
Imagine a community of believers who are passionate about making an income while making an impact. God has called us to do great things, but how can we make an impact if we are struggling to pay our utility bills? How can we fulfill God’s purpose for us and help others in need when we ourselves are in a place of need? A woman named Jaime wanted to solve these problems.
10 years ago Jaime Cross prayed to God for a billion dollar idea. That weekend in church her pastor stopped mid-sermon and said, “I don’t normally do this but God just spoke to my heart and said that there’s a stay at home mom here who’s been praying for a billion dollar idea that will change the world and God wants to give it to you so get ready.” Fast forward to today and God has been fulfilling that promise, and there’s room for YOU to be a part of it.
MAKING AN IMPACT
Jesus called us to feed the poor, help the needy, and be His body to the world in need. We take that calling seriously and that is why Jaime’s movement has partnered with two organizations that help fight human trafficking. However, the impact doesn’t stop there. We are equipping men and women to pursue their unique God-given callings in order to impact the world for good. Who doesn’t want that?
WHAT IS YOUR PASSION?
What has God placed in your heart to do on this earth? What would you do if you didn’t need to worry about money or time? Where would you go? What would you do? Who would you serve? Those dreams were placed in your heart for a reason. I want to personally lock arms with you and help you find the path that God has for you. If you’re ready to explore kingdom entrepreneurship then fill out the form below. I look forward to connecting with you!
“As someone who was badly burned by the manipulation and toxicity in the business industry, I swore it could never be used for good… until I was invited into a movement that I couldn’t resist.”