An Interview with Calvin and Courtnaye Richard
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Marriage is ministry, but has anyone ever noticed how many issues you have when you and your husband make up your mind to start leading together? Warfare is real, ya’ll, which is why I was so grateful when I stumbled across Courtnaye’s YouTube Video with her husband.
We are so much more confident when we do the work behind the scenes so I’m grateful Courtnaye and Calvin blessed us with their wisdom and insight. Today, they’re helping us to choose to lead with integrity all over again.
Calvin and Courtnaye Were A Blessing!
Listen in for help answering:
- What strategies should a couple follow when they encounter increased spiritual warfare connected to their Kingdom assignment?
- How do you wait on your spouse to receive confirmation about a Kingdom assignment you received?
- What are the benefits of waiting on your spouse to receive confirmation?
- How does Courtnaye do all the things?
- How do you balance your attraction to opportunity?
- What should you do to protect your home from competition?
Enough said. Press play.
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Meet The Richards
Calvin and Courtnaye Richard have been married for 19 years and have three beautiful children that are 23, 18, and 15 years of age. They are both licensed ministers of the gospel and leaders in their church and community. Calvin is the CEO of Lionheart Peak Performance Coaching that is designed to mentor kingdom business men and leaders, and he is the founder of Verus Fit Transformation Lab which focuses on team personal training.
Courtnaye is the founder of Inside Out with Courtnaye, a ministry that helps women grow in their walk with Christ and the CEO of Inside Out Media Group. She has worked with platforms such as PBS, CBN, TCT, and Yahoo. Courtnaye is also a blogger, author, contributing writer for YouVersion, and sought-after speaker. Her speaking appearances include She Speaks, Hope*Writers, FlourishWriters, and Entrusted Women’s Conference, just to name a few.
Meet Your Hosts
Frantavious and Liv have been married for seven years. There is nothing Liv loves to talk about more than the Word of God. She is a Bible teacher, author, and the podcast host of The Best Kept Secret with Liv Dooley. Liv is passionate about helping creatives become confident and communicate clearly about Christ Jesus. When Liv is not writing, teaching, or podcasting, you can find her hiking a mountain, taking a road trip with her husband, or curled up in the corner with a good book.
Frantavious Dooley is the owner of Food From the H.A.R.T. As a non commissioned officer in the United States Air Force, Frantavious is a true leader who enjoys empowering others through partnership and conversation. He has written articles for Combat Edge, a publication the United States Air Force prints biannually. Frantavious has a strong desire to see marriage thrive according to God’s word, and he’s looking forward to retirement so that he can spend more time on the passions the Lord has given him.
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