A convo with Phil Robertson – Talking Creativity and Kingdom Economy

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Last week Chantel and I boarded a flight to West Monroe Louisiana.

If you are a fan of Duck Dynasty you are familiar with this town. No, we didn’t go hunting or fishing but we did cast the net of hope during our time together. Our trip was to work with Phyllis and Tony Thomas. You might have heard about the incredible redemption story of Phyllis who is Phil Robertson’s daughter. Phyllis, along with her husband Tony, had us down for one of my discovery sessions. We worked together helping structure their brand and business using Tony’s art as the vehicle.

Over the course of a couple of days, Chantel and I worked closely with Tony and Phyllis to gain clarity and structure in their products and business approach. I am extremely excited about their assignment and where they are headed!

“Our time with Noah was not only meaningful to our art business but also to our personal lives. It re-centered our purpose and we now have a clear strategy to build our business and ministry endeavors.” –Tony and Phyllis Thomas

Tony, Phyllis, and the entire Robertson family are leaning into life: They want to use their podcast and platform to bring hope to a lost and hurting world.

After our discovery session and some amazing brisket and sweet potato pies from Miss Kay, I sat down with the family on their Unashamed podcast to discuss the economy of the kingdom, my testimony, and how you can leverage your time, talent, and treasure to impact the world. One of the most exciting parts of my life is helping mentor creative’s in their craft and business.

Whether it’s pro-surfer Bethany Hamilton, NFL athletes, organizations, or artists, I love helping them steward their time, talent, and money for eternal significance.

Check out the video of our time together and I hope it encourages you!

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  1. Lydia Jayne Art

    This was so good! Listened to this while I was painting and it was so encouraging. Thank you for the reminder that God is the ultimate first creator. I loved what someone said on here, basically, I think as artists, we take for granted our abilities. But we need to make sure we don’t do that.

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