It’s time to embrace your God-given gifts, skills, and passions in order to
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Hey there, I’m Esther Littlefield, and it’s my mission to help you lead with confidence.
your leadership matters.
As a wife, mother, entrepreneur, and ministry leader, I have accepted that God did not design me to do one thing. Instead, He gave me passions and skills in a variety of areas, and I thrive when I lead in multiple arenas of my life. I can’t wait to get to know you and your story!
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.”
2 Timothy 1:7
Are you walking in freedom as a Christian woman? Being wild and free looks different for each of us; some of us are free like a crashing creek, and some are free like a peaceful lake. Find out how God illustrated this to me on a hike in Glacier National Park.
They say one of the hardest things to train a dog to do is “stay”, and I can certainly attest to that. My dog is opportunistic. If the entryway door gets opened far enough, and he’s nearby, he will dash out of the door in a split second. Even if you tell him to stay,...
I felt it all day. The lump in my throat just sat there. Every time I thought about meeting with my mentor, my eyes started to water. I pushed the tears back, saving them for later. When I sat down in her chair that afternoon, the tears flowed like a river. I let go...