When the Holy Spirit asked me years ago to launch this virtual ministry, I was apprehensive.
Aside from my initial objection -- one based on "Have you read what they've said about me online?" -- I worried how I could manage working full-time and still performing the work of ministry at 100%.
Add to it, I knew the stigma associated with money and ministry, mostly because people have witnessed too many spiritual leaders financially abusing the people.
I worried I might deal with the same nonsense, especially because I come from a capitalist background. I know this economic system well enough to use it to better my own life.
But for some reason, people in the church world take issue with wealth, as if it's some demonic force that can't be controlled.
While most Beloveds know me as a Communications Consultant for Conservative Candidates and Organizations, I am also a business coach to folks wanting to enter the online business and virtual ministry spaces.
I began this new career back in 2011 while working with new authors. I taught them how to use their books as a business tool or service that opened other doors of opportunities.
And I provided them extensive training on building the infrastructure for their online venture so it lasts a lifetime.
Few of my clients went on to apply my lessons in a magnanimous way. Some only used the teachings to fulfill smaller goals.
But to the ones who applied my strategies and put action behind their vision, their works prospered.
The Felecia Killings Foundation is simply one case study that proves the lessons I teach work.
What does it mean to be conservative?
In today's political climate, "conservative" has become synonymous with anti-Black messaging and Right-wing government expansion (statism), which turns people off.
But at its core, conservatism is the preservation of universal truths that keep society functioning at it best.
In 2019, after witnessing individuals use conservatism as a weapon against Black Americans, I launched the Conscious Black Conservative Movement as a way to bridge the gap between White Conservatives and Black voters.
At the heart of the Movement, the promise is this: If we learn to do things God's way, we would always get His results.
And since that time, this Kingdom message and God-focused Movement have reached millions online each month.
When I was in middle school, Dad took me and the family to see Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," the film documenting Malcolm X's story and legacy.
This was the first time I had ever heard about this Black icon; and yet I remember being fascinated with his redemption story.
This Black man emerged from the hard streets of Boston and New York to become a nationally-recognized voice for Black Empowerment. He was a street hustler, drug dealer, and overall juvenile "delinquent" with the brain power to influence the world.
After serving time in prison, the Nation of Islam (NOI) introduced itself to Malcolm. Captivated by the empowering message, Malcolm converted to Islam and began renewing his mind based on their core principles.
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