“My mission is to equip, empower, and encourage Christ-lovers to be excellent stewards of what Jesus expects us to invest and manage until He returns.”
Lynn is a behaviorist, which means that she knows that the only way to change your character is by changing your habits. Her professional life began in accounting and progressed to marketing. As a business consultant and motivational speaker, she recognized the opportunity to live her life’s dream—and became a World and National Champion horse breeder and trainer. She teaches, speaks, writes, encourages, and daily strives to stay on the Narrow Path.
- Author of 8 books, 6 Amazon best-sellers
- Started a ministry
- Leadership Omaha graduate
- Political experience, including running for office
- Specialized in training stallions
- Rode motorcycles
- Rancher, farmer, builder
- 35 years as an entrepreneur
- Will soon celebrate 40 years of marriage to Mr. Baber.
Obstacles Build Faith
Everyone comes to life and new projects with both assets and liabilities, things you can build on and challenges or habits you must overcome or abandon. Skinned knees and bruised egos are the building blocks of excellence, and education always has a price.
The richest lives constantly cycle from highs to lows, from scarcity to abundance, and are refined by the Lord, suffering the crucible before rejoicing in transformation.
As a serial entrepreneur, from business consulting to horse training and ministry to authorship, Lynn knows that every obstacle hides a blessing.
“I was both challenged and blessed to overcome many obstacles that should have made me a statistic. Whatever your history, I’ll probably understand.”
Everything is Personal
After 50 years in business, with 35 as a leadership and relationship expert, I know that relationships determine both your success and sense of fulfillment. Everything is personal because God is personal. It’s easy to hide behind social media, automated landing pages, and online worship, but the result is often disappointing.
The most powerful human motivator is emotion, with fear coming in near the top of that list. The greatest remedies for fear are faith and community, both of which depend on relationship. In another word, discipleship.
God calls each of us to Him with purpose in this season of radical revival and immense spiritual power. You are not where you are by accident.
“For such a time as this.”—Esther 4:14
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