Blog Post

Use What You Have to Change the World

On Tuesday we looked at the passion of Selina Shirley, Countess of Huntingdon, who used her wealth to bless many. Today we learn about the woman of Mizoram in northeast India, who created a culture of generational generosity by sharing what they had: a handful of rice.

While some are blessed with more than they need and change the world, others are called to use what they have to impact lives. Fueled by passion and a handful of rice this small community raises more than half a million dollars a year for ministry.

 

Julie Wilson

About Author

Julie Wilson

For the past 25 years, Julie has been a visionary strategist and communication specialist. After graduating with a degree in journalism from Boston University, she landed the highly competitive job as an NBC Page in New York City, the same year she became a follower of Christ through the ministry of Redeemer Presbyterian Church. She spent 13 years as a start-up team builder with Priority Associates, a ministry of CRU, and helped launch Revolve, a national tour and conference for teenage girls, which attracted over 38,000 attendees in its first season. In her role as President of Women Doing Well, she gets to engage her passion for women and leadership with her purpose “cultivating change.” Julie and her husband, Gary, live in Richmond, Virginia, with their daughter, Ella.

MORE POSTS BY: Julie Wilson
© 2020 by Women Doing Well. All Rights Reserved. | Privacy |Sitemap
Skip to content