Hey 👋🏾 there BCU Family!
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The BCU 100-podcast celebration-conversation continues where I answer your questions, fielded by my dear friend and sister, Jewel Taylor. Last time, among other things, we talked about the start of the BCU ministry and what it takes it keep it (and any other ministry) going. If you missed it or want to re-listen, please click here.
Below are the podcast questions we answered this round. If you don’t see your question, keep BlenCouragesU.com close by notification-wise, as we’re planning to continue this series throughout the month of October.
- What is the most difficult thing about keeping the ministry going?
- What are the dispensations? (Because of time constraints and the sheer depth of this awesome question, we talked very broadly about this topic. Please take a look here for a more in-depth information).
- I also mentioned a BCU podcast that covered if we should be paying attention to the people who don’t clap for you when you win. Take a listen here.
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