On February 1, 2018, while driving down the street, I heard the phrase “EnVision That” in my head. So I set to work fleshing out the idea. Since then, the idea has evolved from simply creating vision boards to coaching others in how to tap into God’s visions for their lives.
EnVision That is taking shape, but in a different way than I “envisioned” (pun intended). I am holding the vision but trusting the process. This is totally new to me. Along the way, I have experienced several missteps (ex: selling vision boards is a no-go because of image copyright concerns) and victories (ex: gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds’ vision board hangs in his studio). Yet, I’m just putting one foot in front of the other and trusting Jesus to light my path.
I am so excited about taking this journey with you. I encourage you to write down your ideas, make them plain with a vision board, booklet, or other format where you can see them each day, and then act on them. You never know where they could lead!