Meet My Favorite Instagram Influencer, Andrew F. Carter
Andrew F. Carter and his wifey are my favorite Instagram influencers. You will find them reading the Bible and praying for their audience on Instagram and on TikTok. Andrew is all about sharing his fervor for life, his passion, his smile, and his love of God with everyone. It is something he had taken for granted, until it was stolen from him. He understands now that this test was helping create his testimony and what a testimony it is. Enjoy!
Andrew's tests and how he turned them into the testimony he shares with others
How he came to Christ
How he started on TikTok and how God has used it for His glory
Andrew F Carter is a minister, author and influencer. He uses his story of overcoming obstacles to encourage, motivate and inspire others. The foundation of his philosophy is built on his relationship with Christ and the principles of consistency and discipline.
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Show Notes: Meet My Favorite Instagram Influencer, Andrew F. Carter
The test in the testimony, oh, man. The trial in the triumph. This man's story, it is still blowing my mind and it's many days passed. And yet here I am recording this intro, thinking about his smile, thinking about his energy, thinking about his passion, thinking about his fervor for life. Something that he didn't always have. Something that he took for granted. Something that was stolen from him. So much so that he went to prison after making millions, after having a family of three beautiful children and a wife.
And it was all taken - by choice. A fervor that was lost. A faith he could not find. And yet now he's a minister of the gospel. He's an author. He's an influencer. He is a joy giver. And his fruit. Oh, man ya'll is not money founded. It is so much more it's goodness, it's kindness, it's overflowing prosperity. It's established and renewed relationships. It's a marriage to a wifey that knows Jesus. And to a man who pursued her in the way God would have us do as a gentleman. I am so honored to know Andrew F. Carter. To be his friend. To be a follower on Facebook and Instagram and Tik-Tok and all the places. You guys his messages matter, the moments that you spend with him their quick, but wooo, you can tell it's fire from the Holy Spirit. It's a brand. It's a branding experience of the Holy Spirit. So I hope that this blesses you, I know that it blessed me and I'm excited for you guys to know him if you don't already.
All right. Y'all have an awesome day. And don't forget to follow Andrew Carter specifically on YouTube and Instagram. That's where I follow anyway. All right. Y'all enjoy.
This is your God wink the moment that Heaven says for such a time as this, it's time to own your joy, prioritize your health, discover your wealth, and exude your wholeness. It's time to become truly fit. However, this isn't a fitness podcast, though I'm a retired personal trainer and nutritionist.
This isn't business jargon or tips and tricks to landing your successful passion project, though that's totally why I'm a business coach. This isn't a quick fix health detox ploy, though I'm all for therapy and I love Whole Foods. I do have a YOLO side sweet tooth though. This isn't confusing religious banter, though I'm an ordained minister still figuring out the many things and facets and faces of Jesus. It's really none of that. So I'm wondering, if you're wondering what is this?
Well, this is an opportunity to join me alongside other big dreamers, innovative movers and lifestyle shakers as we explore and share our messy comeback stories and discoveries with each of you fellow passionate seekers. The Fit in Faith movement was birthed through my own trial and error, discovery of mind, body and soul alignment. And to be totally transparent, my own entrepreneurial crash and burn experiences. I've learned firsthand that being fit isn't about our physique at all. It's not about our qualifying abilities or titles. It's not about our potential. It's truly about our God gifted passions meeting our purpose. You are one step away from achieving your idea, your dream, your calling, your purpose, whatever you want to call it. And I want to be there for the moment that you say yes in freedom, clarity and confidence that you are living fully fit and do and whose you were made to be. Welcome to the Fit in Faith Podcast with me Tamra Andress.There is no better time than now to get fit.
Hello, hello, hello, welcome to the Fit in Faith Podcast. Ya'll, we are today LIVE with Andrew F. Carter, who is someone that I actually fangirl on Instagram. Let's just be completely honest. He's got over two hundred thousand followers and there is nothing sweeter than seeing him doing the podcast from the place that I watch him on Instagram every time he drops. I got the ring the bell notification.
Andrew has dropped some fire. Usually he's praying for us. Usually him and his wifey are reading the word. I love it so much and I'm so grateful for the ministry that you lead. And of course, he showed up from his car because if you go to his Instagram feed, that's where they are. So thank you for being here and for taking the time out for us today on the podcast and just the community of people that I love deserve.
Andrew F. Carter
Thanks for having me. This is awesome. I love to share and be a part of whatever the kingdom's doing, man. That's right.
That's right. It's so good to tell us a bit about you. I know that you're an author, your influencer, if you want to take that terminology. But really, you're like a kingdom entrepreneur. You're a minister. I want to hear all the things. Where do you want to jump in? Yeah.
I mean, yeah, pastor, minister, everything is just moving so fast in God's eyes. Opening doors and opportunities. Influencer author. I own apparel company. Just love doing all kinds of stuff. Just as long as God's at the forefront and it's around him, I'm there for it. Isn't it fun?
Andrew F. Carter
It's like every day is a different day completely. When you're doing all of these things and serving in the kingdom. I really believe that we are called into being able to wear all the different hats and every day with that we get to wear a different component of who we are and serve from a different area of our testimony. Even just this morning, I was in club clubhouse and like a whole nother component of my testimony got to be shared based on a conversation that was prompted.
And so there was people in the room that have known me for years and I've never heard that before. I'm like, well, you know, you don't know every single thing about me. Only he knows. And so now I'm like, it's just our calling to continue to activate and share and show up. So what would you say is the starting point for where you felt like your calling? You have the shirt on as we were doing the promo trailer have saved like what did that storyline look like?
When did you get saved and know that you were meant for something more?
And it's I think I was 17 when I first heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. You know, that was the very first time. And when I had an experience with the Holy Spirit. But, you know, I took that with a grain of salt like it was life changing and it was eye opening. But, you know, after that, I went back to my normal ways so I didn't have a really good understanding of Jesus and walking with him in a relationship until my early 20s, about twenty three or so.
Wow, OK. And so did you feel like that point that you were like running or did you already know that you were deposited? Was there curiosity in that season from between 70 and twenty three?
You know, of my background is that, you know, I grew up in a very I'm trying to think of a good or a wild home. And my parents were drug addicts. And, you know, my mother was a prostitute for a lot of my life, my younger life. So, I mean, I've seen a lot of crazy stuff. So when I was 17 years old, I had lived the life of an adult. By that point, I started drinking and doing drugs when I was 12, having sex like the life that I lived at 17, I felt like I was forty five years old.
I had seen a lot. And so after having this experience with Christ, it was hard to break the habits. I had so many poor behaviors and ideas and ideologies and all of these things that I had grown with. And so really from 17 until twenty three or so, it was it was hard. I was in trouble. I was I went to jail several times, like there was this, there was this wrestling between my flesh and what I knew.
And then this new was like that was kind of like, hey, the stuff that you've been doing is wrong. And I was like, What? It hasn't been like, this is what I grew up to. Like, yeah, is normal in my scope of life and experience. And now you're telling me that this is sin. Like, what is this? So it was it was hard. Yeah.
That's such a process. Was it like conviction. Did you feel like one by one because I too didn't necessarily get raised? I wouldn't say it was a non Christian home and I definitely wasn't in the same situation as you. But when you are newly prompted by not only the word, the concept of worship, other people who are walking a different path than you, there is there was a curiosity for me, but that conviction was definitely hit home harder where I felt I felt the guilt and the shame.
And I knew that there was a component of this is what I'm called to live, how we're called to live. What was that conviction process? Was that one by one are like a drastic like.
Yeah, it was it was one by one. It was small and it started with, like, just smoking cigarets. So smoking cigarets started. I had a kid when I was 19 and there was this weird situation where I was smoking cigarets and then holding the baby and then it didn't feel right. And so that happened. And then it was like smoking weed and then it was drinking. It was just like one by one, the things that used to bring me joy.
And there was just like it was just a part of life. Now there was this weird guilt and the shame and this this feeling that it didn't feel the same. And after that, that the time that I experienced Crisis 17, nothing was the same after that. Like no experience, no sex, drugs, none of it. None of it now.
And was seventeen year old experience in a church or where were you? It was in a car.
So of course I was in a car.
That was the story of I'm always on the move. But, you know, the the woman I was trying to date, a girl from high school and her brother was this new born again Christian. He was a couple of years older than us. And he said I was I was at her job and he pulled up and he was like, hey, let me talk to you. I was like, what's up? And he's like, if you want to date my sister, you have to be a Christian.
And I was just like, whatever, dude, you know, I'll I'll be whatever you want to call me. But we sat in his car for an hour and he told me about the Holy Spirit, the death, burial, resurrection of Christ. Like, he broke it down for me. And at the end I said the Lord's Prayer, you know, I guess you could say I was saved by the bell was torn away. But like I said, I mean, that same night I went home and still smoked weed like it wasn't drastically changed, but it was enough to where the seed was planted.
And from that day forward, nothing was the same. Wow.
I always say that when I am on podcast like I'm here, of course, to share these amazing people with my community. But I'm also here to learn. Right, like I think we should always be learning, always be receiving and always honestly stay in a willing space of being convicted. Right. And as you're saying that I'm thinking, holy cow, when's the last time I've just approached a child or a kid or an adult or anyone said, hold on, come here, stop everything you're doing, we need to have a conversation.
I don't know that I've ever actually done that. And so that's that right there. I just got convicted. There is my conviction moment. So thank you, Holy Spirit. I will show up for you more often. But what an amazing thing and an understanding of that seed. Right. And to understand that it doesn't necessarily have to be in this crazy component or like jump in my car and preach the gospel for an hour, but that we have an opportunity and an ability every single day to plant seeds, no matter what we're doing, no matter where we are, no matter how we're showing up, no matter who we're or organized or unorganized, you get to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
So talk us through. So now you're twenty three. You have one, kiddo, at this point to OK, OK. And and still not necessarily with those moms. So one mom, so I ended up marrying the girl, so, OK, the brother who forced me to get saved, yeah, I ended up getting her pregnant when I was 19 and got married. And so I married and we got into church at about twenty three. We had our second kid while we were there, and that's the only kid that I like prayed about.
And I was living a somewhat he wasn't a surprise by any means. He was we named him Ezra, by the way, like I love him. So we're in church. In the church we were going to was like really militant in the way that they preached and not in a bad way. But we were in church six days a week like Monday through every day. There was something every day that was something that was Mon's been grew. Tuesday was outreach.
Wednesday was a sermon. Thursday was like a home group. Friday we did concerts and then Saturday we would do outreach to sermons on Sunday, different sermons, too. But the goal of this church was to plant other churches. So the men and the women in leadership, they were being built up to be pastors at some point. And so while I was there, I think we were there for about two or three years. I was learning the word cover to cover fasting, prayer service, speaking occasionally, sharing my testimony, things like that.
And the thing that kind of switch right is we would do these revivals every few months and we had a seven day revival. And the evangelist who was coming was this guy who was highly respected across the church community when he spoke into your life, like it happened, like an anointed evangelist who had the gift of prophetic. And so every night of this seven day revival, he would call one person up and he would speak into their life. Right.
And so as people of the community, we're all praying like, God, we want a word from this man because what he says comes to pass and it's powerful. Well, every night went by, I'm fasting, I'm praying, and I'm seeing people getting blessed with finding financial blessings like God is going to move. And I'm just like, that was mine. Like I needed that. I want it. Yeah. Like, that's what I wanted.
OK, so there's still four days left. There's three days and have to at the time I was building manufactured home, so I had two kids, I was working in a factory, no schooling, no education, just, just getting by, just going to church, working, spending time with my family. So I really wanted this financial blessing. So Night seven, the last night of the deal, he calls me like I'm the guy who calls up and I'm just like, yes, here he goes.
And so he calls me up there and he says, Andrew, you know, you have been called to ministry. He said, you have words of gold and you're called to speak to millions of people about Jesus. And I was devastated. I was rushed because I never you know, the way I grew up, I never wanted to be in ministry. I didn't want to be a pastor. I didn't want to talk to millions of people about Jesus.
And I'm it sounded crazy because this is like the age of MySpace. So this isn't like Instagram, Facebook. Ticktock. This is MySpace, where I had like twelve friends like this. I thought this guy lost his mom. I thought he was crazy because he said millions of people. So no joke. I left the church like two or three weeks later. I left. I left.
Yeah. Oh, my gosh. So how old were you at that point?
About twenty four or twenty five. Somewhere around there. Twenty six maybe.
Oh my gosh. OK, so then did you start charging like a totally different path or you're still in manufacturing and like that guy is bogus. I'm not doing that.
So this is what happened. This is awesome. This is what happened. So I played basketball in high school and I got kicked off the team because I was drinking and smoking weed. I never finished a full season, but I had skills like I was good. So over the years, I stayed working out. I stayed playing basketball. My friend, he he was over in Afghanistan fighting. So he came back and he was at open gym and he texted me, was like, Hey, bud, you should come play some basketball with me at the college in our town.
They have an open gym. And I was like, all right, I'll be there. So I show up and I hope the whole time I have an amazing game, just have a great time. I'm just there with the guys. At the end, the coach was there. He comes over and he goes, hey, so what classes are you taking next year? And I was like, what are you talking about? Like, I work in a factory.
He said, he goes, If you come to school here, I'll pay for your school if you play basketball for me.
And I was like, wow, this is the blessing that I and I'm not in church right now. Yeah. Yeah. No school. I've never been to school. I've never. So this guy telling me give me a scholarship to play basketball. I'm twenty six years old. Like I'm, I'm a man with two kids and I jumped on it. So I went back to school and I ended up playing basketball two years there and transferred. I ended up earning two college degrees and being the first in my family.
To achieve or to have any kind of accolades as far as college and schooling and sports and all of those things, that's amazing.
And so what school is it, by the way?
Shout out to your mother, Lynne Bit, and then Western Oregon University.
Nice. OK, so are you on the West Coast still? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, where are you? You're in Los Angeles. OK, so I'm going to have a thousand questions that I want to ask. So your was the school at all? Was there any faith premiss in this zone? Were you with on a team with people who were like depositing in you with God showing up and speaking to you at this point? You had a family at this point, too.
Yeah, I could say in retrospect, I can see how God. So my coach was a Christian by my coach was a Christian. There were people who were about it. But I was so wrapped up in myself like like I was just like, you know what? I walked away from church and now I'm being blessed. So I started like building the kingdom of Andrew's ego. I was completely backslid, no relationship. I actually started dabbling with, like, the secret the law of attraction manifestation.
That's where I had this form of spirituality. But there was no relationship with Christ. I walked away and I want to be very up front during this time. Everything looked good on the outside. But behind the scenes, me and my wife, we were in an abusive relationship emotionally, spiritually, physically, like it wasn't a good, healthy relationship. We had two kids who got married out of obligation and had grown up and didn't know who we were, didn't know our identity.
We had no idea. And so we were in a bad situation. I was secretly fast. I was taking prescription drugs. I was drinking. And if you looked out on Instagram, it looked beautiful from the outside. Right. This guy who's overcome these obstacles, he's killing life. He's doing great. But behind the scenes, because there was no evidence of Christ in my life, I was still very much that same broken kid who grew up in an abusive city.
You know what I mean? I wasn't good.
I wasn't one hundred percent. I think it's so wild that and I don't know where it's where it's learned from. I don't know if your your mother models it and I say your mother I mean, figuratively, all of our mothers, it's the the generation before us if it's a cultural thing. But I to walk that same line where like from the outside looking in, it was like the white picket fence, the CEO roles, like all the things were right on par with what they should have been.
But my heart and my head space, my head space especially, we're so jacked up and I was so broken, I couldn't even at some points look at myself in the mirror because I didn't know who that person was. It was almost like looking into just like this hollow shell. And I was just going through the motions and then I would go out into the world. Right. And not intentionally wearing a mask. But I was just, OK, here's my happy face.
I'll show up really well today for the world, but I never showed up for myself. So talk us through. Like, what did that transformation look like? Wow, that's heavy because, like, you just nailed it. Like you just described it.
Oh, I know you, brother. I know.
Yes. And it's like autopilot. Like, I wasn't it wasn't there. It was just it was so, you know, we I opened a gym after I graduated from school and again, success. I was on the Chamber of Commerce in my city, our gym. We made over like about a quarter million dollars and our second year, just like I mean, and so from somebody who had nothing and has just like climbed his way, I was feeling myself, man, I was just like the kingdom of Andrew is poppin.
I've got money I've got now I think I got three kids at this time, like everything is good on the outside. But really, you know, I was broken, I was broken. And so I ended up committing a crime and I went to prison for eighteen months. I lost everything. Yeah, I lost everything. I lost my my business. My family is just gone. Just gone in the blink of an eye.
Blink of an eye. And how old were you at that point. Thirty.
Gosh, you were so crazy, Andrew and I not. This is the second person I've talked to today and I see this all the time. So, you know, like Jesus was like truly activated in his ministry when he turned 30. The amount of people who are like die hard, like gung ho Jesus followers, like activated in the kingdom. Their stories parallel to this time frame so much. And I don't know if it's like this wisdom sets in this knowing sets in this trauma sets in for me.
I call it my quarter life crisis. I will never experience that again because I did it early and it sucked. It sucked so bad. But I am so grateful because I now don't have to put my kids through similar scenarios. I now get to testify to them. They now get to worship in the backseat of the car instead of putting on repeat the songs that were deposited into my spirit that allowed me to activate in the wrong way. Right through sexuality.
Things through experiment. Things through drugs or alcohol, all of that. I can't believe I'm saying this, but this is my one hundredth episode and I could not miss the opportunity to celebrate it with you. Honestly, I could celebrate my seventy-eight. I could celebrate my 17th. I could celebrate my 47 dolf things. But when I think about 100 episodes of the Fit in Faith Podcast, my heart explodes. I've told you all so many times the convictions that have propelled me to where I am today because of the people who have spent the time to deposit into you and deposit into me the things that God has taught them, the things that their life has shown them.
The revelations, the lessons. The life that exists here on Earth as it is in heaven, I am beyond grateful, I'm so thankful, so overwhelmed with so many different emotions, excitement, eagerness for what's ahead. You guys have a line up of just friends, entrepreneurs, freedom fighters, hope dealers that are just going to literally rock your soul. Over the last couple of months, I have just come into connection with so many beautiful people that are allowing us access to an even more greater understanding of Kingdome culture.
And they are going to just throw bombs left and right fires, start some things inside you convict you again. And again, because you guys know this, you know, it's my core and I say it every day because we are imperfect, we are always becoming, always becoming, and there is grace in that becoming process. There is love. There is truth. And this has been such a wild ride, everyone, every single person. I just send utmost thanks to you, my listeners who have just been here for the ride to see the evolution, the transition with me.
To teach alongside me. To train up in the way we should go, right? It's been amazing. I would greatly appreciate if you have never been to my YouTube channel to watch my podcast live. Please go over there, subscribe ding the bell, as they say, in order to get notifications when we go live so we can notify you. So you can actually see the emotions, the raw crystal-clear emotion that happens during these special segments. Get to know the people in a different way, see and not just hear how they are, who they are, their identity.
Their picture more than just that, you can see it since their heart. Thank you for being here. If you would review this podcast right now, wherever it is, take a screenshot, share it on your social media outlets. Tag me. I'll take you back. We run different fun promotions all the time. I've given away some Jedi, might have given away some logo designs for my amazing content creator who does all the things. I should give away now that I'm thinking about it.
Don't let her listen to a secret. Some of email sequencing from my designer or maybe a podcast design, one or two from our girl, Janice. Whatever it may be, it's not for the giveaway, it's just simply for the gratitude. I'm here to say thank you. So 100 episodes and counting and still going. I am so pumped to serve this that for you, if you've got to listen to the other podcast that I have, it's called CORE Talk with Tamra, it drops once a week.
And that one's all about testifying with truth, how you can transform your business. And because you know me and I love travel, I show up in different places around the community, around Hampton Roads, in the United States and beyond. To give you guys a bit a taste of what I learn everywhere I go. We have an opportunity today to learn right down the. And right now, I hope you just learn how to be present and continue into this effort, so this journey, this trial and tribulation, but more so importantly, this testimony of truth that draws you closer to the God that gifted him life.
Andrew, it was a gift to have you on my 100th episode, rather, I support you, I see you, and I cannot wait to see what God does. Thanks for being here.
And so you're in prison at this point. And you now are you've lost it. All right. And I want to at some point parallel to how your fitness journey has emerged as your relationship with God has emerged. That's how Fit in Faith started for me. So I'm curious. You're in jail. What are you doing now? Well, I'm definitely not following God. I wasn't I wasn't I'm not one of those people who run. I didn't run to my faith.
I was so angry and bitter and hardened because I had worked really hard. I had worked hard for school, for my business, for everything. And I felt I was resentful to God. I was so upset that everything that I had was taken away. And I wasn't holding myself accountable. I wasn't taking responsibility for my own actions. For 18 months. I was blaming God. I was upset. And while I was there, I read over a hundred books.
I mean, I was reading, I was working out. I was I was going to counseling, working on, like, past childhood traumas. So I was really working on self-improvement, but I wasn't working on my faith. I actually would persecute other Christians in there because they offer religious services and they'd be like, come on, brother, let's go. Let's go to church. And I was just like, nah, I'm good, man. I was like, I've done the whole church thing.
I've tried God. And look where I'm at. You know, I was I was so upset with him, I didn't see that it was my own doing so kind of where I spent that eighteen months. It wasn't a good place spiritually, but there was some there was some hard I spent a lot of time writing, journaling, reflecting on my past, my childhood and dealing with those.
So there was some good inner healing, but there was no no indication of like that next connection because all of my inner healing and therapy and things like that happened alongside the knowing that I was a daughter. And then I was seen and I was known and I was loved. And my actions prior to there was that moment. And I think this was the moment that we're going to come to in your own life story. I'm excited here. It's like we're pointing we're so busy pointing our fingers at God and saying why, how, what, where?
Like, every question of like you did this, you didn't do this. Where were you when. Right. And at the same time, it's these fingers that are pointing back to us are the ones that he's asking of us in return. He's saying, let's look to you, my sweet child, like, let's have this moment of self reflection. Let's have this self identity conversation, because still, the way you are claiming yourself is not the way I would claim you.
And so there has to be this shift in pointing. Right. And like I am now, because he says I am we are I am right. And so I'm so anticipating, like, what happened? You get out. You're now out of prison. You're free, right? Not figuratively and not literally, but your body is free out of a out of a cell.
So what now? I mean, the first year I came home, I was just focused on rebuilding and.
Yeah. And did you go home to your family? I lost it. I like that point. So I did go back to the house that we had. But shortly after my behavior and my actions pushed my ex-wife so far, we were married for 14 years. But I mean, going there was kind of the straw that broke the camel's back. She tried her hardest to kind of hold it down while I was there, but decided to go a different life direction.
And I think what's important to note is that being 19 and married, not knowing who you are, 18 months was the longest that we had ever spent apart from one another. We had been with each other that entire time. And so for eighteen months she was able to figure out who she was and what she wanted in the direction she wanted to go with her life. And it didn't line up with the same direction. Especially she was looking for a leader in faith and in that direction.
And that wasn't me coming out of there, coming out of there. I was so I was holding on to so much anger that I wasn't we weren't headed in the right direction, the same direction. And so we separated. We got a divorce. And so that first year of being free, I spent a lot of time making up for my twenties. I mean, it was it was it was bad. I came out and, you know, I was dating a lot of people.
I just there was no I was on the same path that I was on before going to prison so I could just see the repetitive cycle. I was starting to succeed. I was building a platform across all social media, but it was for fitness. So I had this I have gym experience. I have the degrees to back it up. You know, I've got the. Zeke, I've got the personality, so I was building an online fitness kind of kingdom to be like trainer to the stars, that's what my goal was.
And after about a year of that, I was doing well. I was traveling. I was doing really good. But there was this nagging emptiness that still, no matter what I would try to fill it with or numb it with. It was it was there. It was there. I couldn't I couldn't shake it. And fast forward my kids. We made a tick tock. So I get my kids every other weekend and we made a tick tock while they were there.
And we were playing around with it and dancing around. And for the longest time, I was told not to mix your religion and business. And so I stayed away from that for the longest time. But after a breakup, I had this breakup with a gal. I was feeling pretty down, like I was just lost. I was like, I don't know, I I'm doing what I'm doing with my life. I'm so so I make a ticktock and, you know, I had just gotten done crying.
So my eyes are a little watery and I share my testimony. I don't say a word in this video. It's 15 second video on Tick-Tock and I pointed boxes and the box says things God has brought me through. And I pointed at foster care. I've pointed at divorce, I pointed at prison. And the black box was everything else to like a sad song. And I posted it. The next morning I went to bed with two hundred followers.
The next morning I woke up with fifteen thousand followers. The video had gone viral and the thing that was like that was big on my heart is that the messages were filled with like, hey, you know, that gave me so much hope. It's nice to know that other people can make it even going through what you've gone through. I'm going through a divorce or hey, I just got out of prison or hey, I've been in foster care.
That was so relatable. And the one that really sold it for me was, hey, I was going to kill myself last night and, you know, watching your video stop me from killing myself. And immediately I started like I started crying, but I just kind of got goose bumps and this chill. And the first thing that came to me was, you have words of gold, you've been called to ministry, and you're going to speak to millions of people.
And I just broke down. And that was that was the moment that was my road to Damascus moment where the blinders were just ripped off. And from that day, from that day, it was never the same. And I dedicated I stopped doing fitness and workout stuff. I transitioned out of that. And I just went full ministry. And I was like, you know what? I was called for a time like this. This is what God has spoke over my life.
It's been fifteen years. But I remember that like it was yesterday. And it's crazy because, you know, across all platforms, I have over a million followers across everything I speak. I got words of gold and I tell people about Jesus. And so it was like that guy, man, I wasn't I wasn't pumped about it. But it came like it came through after my Jonan moment where I ran from the calling that God had for my life.
But here I am. It's so amazing and it's so good because I said the words earlier and I love that song. And he's talking about like the pursuit of reckless love. Right. Like he will recklessly pursue you. You are recklessly pursuing your own stardom. Right. And he came and just he halted you in that process so that he gets the glory instead of Carter. Right. It's all about Jesus. And I love that you transitioned your life on a dime.
I think it's so imperative for us to realize one that you can. But to me, it looks like it was fast, right. To some people who are following you or maybe we're friends with you at that moment that weren't friends with you. The last fifteen are full life that you were living to them. They're like, what just happened to this person? But to you, you're like, this is something I've been dealing with for fifteen years.
This is this is the calling that's been there. That seed that was planted finally broke surface and was like, this is the intent. And so his light is what was going to grow you versus all the things that you were suppressing, coping mechanisms, dependent methodologies that you talked about the cycle earlier. Y'all if you don't know about cycles and like the pattern that can exist in your life cyclically, it's generational curses. It's really, really scary. And there is also a man I love, a great, great father who will follow you down to get you off that wheel so that you can look back at the cycle, you can point out other people's cycles, and you can just literally pluck them off of it.
Literally, we have that authority. He says that we have everything that he had when he was here, Jesus himself. We get to do even more than what he did when he was here. And so we have to stand in that authority. And that knowing and I love so much that you just like. Nope, OK, that's what I'm doing. So talk us through. Like, what did that look like. What did you you obviously still have your clothing line.
This is not it's still something you practice probably, but not wear your full intent and energy goes into. Yeah. Yeah.
I mean I workout once or twice a day. That's yeah. That's like that's my. Therapy to my God, actually speaks to me when I'm working, I'll come out of a good workout and it's just like that he's he's yelling at me. So, you know, I switched. I still worked in a gym for another six months or so. So I had lost my gym, but I was working with another facility. And just the whole how everything happened is just like an act of God, like you couldn't deny the the speed and just the doors and the opportunities and the fact that I have the training from three years of being built to be a pastor, to be to be a man of God.
And it never departed from me. Know all of the words, the scripture, the like. It's all still there. And it was just like it activated at the drop of a hat. It was it's it's surreal. It's hard to explain.
It's it is. And that's the thing that's so cool and the curiosity that is evoked. Right. Because you can tell the story and you could go back to prison and you could share your testimony. And the person that was you write the person that you're preaching to, that was you who is like, now, I've done that before, still probably reject that. But those sees that train them up in the way that they should go and they will not depart from it.
It was there and it was like such a testimony to you. There is this curiosity that they can not deny the light, right. They cannot deny the desire and the eagerness. Like people eagerly want to know, how do you do what you do? How do you have the energy for what you do have you have the joy that is overflowing no matter what the circumstances are. And it does not mean that things are not hard when this happens.
Right. Sometimes oftentimes it gets harder. And I would love to know, like, obviously the things that you went through were pretty grandiose in comparison to what people might think is a boring testimony. And no, no testimony is boring. We can talk about that another day. But tell us what transpired then. Was there an enemy attack of any sort, as you like, finally said yes to your God calling? Absolutely.
So, I mean, I was just thinking about this this morning, praying on the city that I come from. And I'm a I'm the bad character. I'm the villain in a lot of their stories. So it was it reminds me of Jesus as a prophet isn't accepted in his hometown. The transition was so quick and the damage that I had done in that place, like they rejected me. They're just like, oh, so now you found Jesus.
Now you found God. Not knowing that I had previously been in church because for the last ten years or so, the fifteen years, they had no idea because I never talked about God. I never shared my faith. I was never out there. I stopped going to church completely. So there was this. I lost a lot of followers. I lost a ton of money, like I lost clients because I just I just switched from, hey, we're talking about fitness and all my pictures with my shirt off and fitness and stuff.
And then the next thing you know, it's just like I'm praising God. And yeah, it was it was a wild transition, a lot of hate, a lot of criticism to the point where I moved I moved out of that city to to because God put it on my heart and to be close to my fiance, who is now my wife. So, yeah, God, God's good man.
He is so good. And your wife is so beautiful. I have love seeing you guys grow in ministry together. It's been really cool. I was like going back and like when she come into play I was like looking for her. I'm like, oh, there she is in the car.
So I love to know, like you, you kind of brought the pieces back together. She brought the pieces back together for your life and you're feeling like restored in so many different areas. When did she like when did you guys meet and how did that happen?
She's going to kill me. I love the story. So she she slid in my DMS is what happened. All right. So that video that I was telling you about picked up a friend of mine. I didn't know him at the time, but there's a big page on Instagram called Trust God, Bro. So he decided one day to post my ticktock. So just randomly, I don't know the guy. I've never heard of him. I'm at work at the gym and my phone just started like going off notifications.
And I was like, what is going on? So I look on my phone and it says, Trust God, bro. Posted your tagged you in a post. I was like, weird. So I'm looking at like two million followers on Instagram. And so my Instagram is going crazy and people are following me like like no other. I had like at this time I think I had like five thousand followers on it now and there's hundreds of them flowing in and I'm just like I got to work.
So I put my phone down and I take care. I'm kind of like getting nervous. Like I need know this is crazy. Yeah. What do I do. Yeah. What do I do. I don't know what to do. So I get home and as soon as I get home there's hundreds of them. But as I'm like, I was going to respond to Brandon and say thank you for the post. One little thumbnail, one little tiny thumbnail pops up and I looked and said, Kyra, Chi Chi Lin followed you.
And I don't know, there was one out of hundreds. Hundreds. Clicked on it and I look at it her profile, and it says she's into missionary work and kids ministry and all of this stuff, and she's stunning. So I followed her back. I just was like, you know what? That's a no brainer. Yes. Follow her back. And so I did. And then for a couple of days, it was nothing. Right.
I posted all my stories and she commented on one of my my stories. I commented back, back and forth.
And then next thing you know, I drove to their car and now you're married and you guys are amazing. That's incredible. And this is the thing like when you're not looking right, it's when you're not looking. And to the point where you were like, I don't even know what to do with all of this. And he doesn't just deposit the followers. He doesn't just deposit the influence. He doesn't just deposit the platform. He deposits the wife, the bride.
Right. There is a message in that he's ready and waiting and he's like standing there, like waiting for the ceremony to happen every single day. And your obedience, your act of saying yes and showing up, he's like, I have exceedingly more for you and is so cool to see that come to fruition. So now you are serving in ministry. You still kind of tap into it looks like fitness someone you've got the clothing line are you do actually have a church or you just support a church.
So I started a nonprofit and we all works, but it's all online. So Andrea CORE Talk Ministries is a nonprofit, but it's also a church. Every Sunday I hold a service live on YouTube.
I'm saying, what time is that? It's at ten o'clock. Right.
I got to tune in. OK, so I have so many so many more questions for you. How are you on clubhouse yet? Yes. OK, I'm going to follow you on clubhouse. I got to get you into a room that's like church every single day from five a.m. to 11 a.m.. Have you heard of Breakfast of Champions yet? No, no. I have Millionaire Breakfast Club and it is right. And you would you're going to bring fire.
I now, no doubt.
But I am I'm excited. Like, have you partnered with God? And like, what is this vision like? What is the dream, what is the the long term goal for where you guys are going now. Married. You guys just got married in February. Yeah. Yeah. It's no idea. Does she have any children. No, she does not. So I. To have children. Yes.
Do you guys have to make a beautiful baby. Well that's amazing. Congratulations. It's so awesome. Thank you. So you don't know. So you're just saying. Yes. Today it's a surrender.
Yes. And so right now we're working with charities and organizations. When I met her, she has a really big heart for service. So when I moved to Los Angeles from Oregon, she's connected me with the love movement there. Truth. Imagine L.A., all of these different charities. And so our goal was to start raising funds so that we can distribute money to different charities and whatnot. So we do outreach on Sunday with the love movement and the bare truth.
But our goal and her heart is really to give back and to serve. So that's kind of what we're doing there. God put it on my heart to start church. We're doing Bible studies. We're starting up. I do a room in clubhouse every Thursday at eleven that. So it's just, you know, it's a surrender. Yes. If God puts it on my heart and to share my testimony, to share the gospel and to help people, I'm working on my indiv my master's of divinity as well first.
Yeah. And God's God's just moving. And it was just like you said, it was so quick. We're just he said, are you ready? And I said, I'm done doing this.
Go like this life and good for me. So tell me, I just in like a historical like coming full circle what and how as a parent now as a father now like what is that relationship? Because I see you guys together on social media and it looks like you've restored that relationship and there's a lot of trust in that zone. How has that been since you've you've kind of transitioned life?
Yeah, it's been great. So my kids, they were with me in the church. So they've they've had that their mother takes them to church occasionally as well. So they've always been around that. And like I was there from day one, the longest that I missed was eighteen months when I was gone. And they came and seen me every week or every other weekend or so. So there was there's never been a disconnect in that sense. There was a lot of healing that had to take place, a lot of growth and understanding to take a kid through three kids through that, through a dad who was there.
I coached their team. So it wasn't like a dad who was gone. It was like a very interactive dad who was present to like, your dad's going to prison for eighteen months and it was crazy. So there's been healing in that aspect. But yeah, we have such a unique relationship because I'm fairly young and my oldest son is going to be 17 years old. I have a seventeen year old crazy guys, so we have a great relationship.
How cool, though, you're going to you're going to be able to re establish the seven. Ten year old Andrew Carter in the car, just bring your son in and be like, come here, you can't date any any girls until you know Jesus and she has to know Jesus.
That's so powerful. I love how God uses all things and brings everything full circle. I have another question for you. And this is something that I'm selfishly asking, because the community of people that I have just been alongside and I watch continue to say yes to their God dream, their majority, all entrepreneurs. And so you definitely have the entrepreneurial spirit starting a ministry leading that front. That is an entrepreneurial mission led activation. Right. And so a lot of people have this hardship of taking their mission into the marketplace and making money out of their mission and out of their testimony.
And there's a lot of front and pointed fingers from people who don't understand their faith and they feel like you can't make money off of your testimony. That's like using God's name in vain. Talk us through. What's your perspective on that? I'm a Christian business coach, right. So I get a lot of flak. I even have people in my DMS all the time sending me messages like what does that actually mean? And why are you putting your faith in what is supposed to be business?
Right. Right. It is. It has been the hardest transition for me personally. I made a lot of money and fitness, a lot of money. And I see that there's a potential to make money in this. But it has been hard for me because of the same exactly what you're talking about. I believe that God wants to provide. I believe that if you want to advance the kingdom, if you want to feed the homeless, that doesn't come for you, right?
Not at all. Building a church doesn't come free like there. There's there's expenses. And I believe that God wants to provide and I believe that there's people in the community who want to give. Maybe that's their gift. Their gift is giving or supporting. Maybe they don't want to get on the pulpit and preach. Maybe they have the finances to help. I think that that's great. But for me personally, it's been hard to monetize it. Even though I've got the shirt company all like my proceeds go back to donation.
I lost a lot of money going into ministry. People people think that I make a ton of money because I have a lot of followers. It's funny, I don't make any money.
Well, we can talk about it offline because I did check out your pricing structure and I was like, what's happening over here? And it's necessary.
It's not it's not out of greed. Right. It's I have this vision the other day. I'll share it with you. I haven't yet to share it really out loud other than with a couple of intimate people. But I was doing a meditation with my business coach, which it's interesting. You talked about manifestation and spirit and energy and all of that stuff. And those were God's ideas. They're biblical like they literally are his ideas. The world has just taken them and shaken them, just like the marketplace.
The marketplace was God's idea, and it was what the people were doing in the temple when he flipped over the tables. Right. It was their heart center that he got angry over. It wasn't the action of. And so I had this incredible vision of this exact situation. And my coach was having us go into a room. And I was I'm a very colorful person. You can see just on the footer here, I actually have a wet paint drying on the other side because that's going to also be behind me soon.
And I'm so excited. But I was driving inside of this vision to find color, but I was just in this white room and there was this table on the side and the the I was supposed to be in the room looking for this past self of of who I was, this past version of me. And there was this little tiny figurine in the corner at a table. And I immediately saw Jesus approached the table. And I thought immediately, oh, my gosh, he's going to turn over the table on this little being, this little previous me and I was just a Figaro's just like a white blob.
I wasn't actually me. And instead Jesus came and he brought a bag and it dropped in front of me and coins fell out. And I remember seeing the vision and I smiled really big. And and what I heard him tell me was, I can trust you. I can trust you with this. And I previously was not the person that you could trust with that. And so I was just smiling because I was like, oh, my gosh.
Like, I finally feel like I can handle this, I can handle this. And he then takes us and I say he my coaches is talking us through this this conversation, this meditation. He's taking us out of that room. He has is go into this bus. He wants us to drive this little being somewhere and drop them off into the middle of nowhere and let them know that they're not no longer welcome. Get back on the bus, drive back to the room.
So I'm now back in the white room and he tells us to transition from that old self into a new place in the room. So instead of it being solo, all these people show up and I'm in a party again. It's still grayscale and I'm walking through the room. I'm kind of like moving the people aside and smiling and greeting. And I can tell that I'm like the host of the party. I get up on top of a table and I start doing a dance, right, I'm like, I'm lost and stuff, right?
And I'm smiling and everyone starts participating in the dance. I'm in the middle of planning a virtual flash mob right now. That's going to be epic. You've got to get on it. You got to get on the ticket to get your kids on it, too. But I am I'm seeing this happen. But the crazy thing is, is immediately brought me back. And I had not thought about this in this entire process that when I was in fourth grade, I got up on stage to run for president and I made the entire school stand and do the Macarena with me.
And so I'm like, this is happening. Like God is literally taking this storyline and he's bringing it full circle to a momma who's on a table with a bunch of people in a room. And the coolest part about it is, is that he told us to name that little person, to name that person. When we when they would depart, we would know that this person is departing. And I couldn't think of a name. I'm super creative.
I love all the different types of things. I could think of everything biblically. Right. And the only name I could come up with in the meditation was alone. And so I transitioned out of the room and he told us to go really far to that door at the end of the hallway that you see so often in cartoons like what's happening. It was the dream. It was the destination that we all hope to be at. I was on a yacht with some friends, which I was trying really hard not to be on a yacht, but I was on a yacht.
All right. So we went on a yacht one day, Andrew and and the crystal blue water. And he tells us to take one step back away from the door, one step back away from the door. And so I'm zooming back again that really far. And he says, visualize yourself. Where you standing? And instead of standing alone like you usually see in those moments, I am linked arms. I have my arms linked with an entire row, like a flying V of people.
And he says in this moment, Red Rover, Red Rover said Tamra right over. And instead of breaking the bond of this flying V, I am bringing all of these people with me to that yacht. And it felt I mean, I will never forget this. I'm so glad that I'm now documenting it live because it is blowing my mind and so many different ways to know that God will use the past her. You will use the past struggle and he will shift it into his glory and he will do it.
And so that not just you, but every single person that you're connected to, every single one of those millions there, ready to be along for the ride with you, Andrew, they're ready to deposit and provide the structure by which this ministry is going to happen because you have a light inside of you. You have an overflowing abundance inside of you. So prosperity will find you, money will flow through you, not to you, but through you.
And that is that moment. That's that moment when you drop that bag in front of me. And I thought, my table's not getting flipped ever again because I am trustworthy. Right. Yeah, that's powerful.
That's powerful. It was crazy.
It was crazy. I'm so glad. Thank you for letting me share that with you. I just I haven't had a chance to really share other with a couple of people, so I hope that it meets you. I hope that it also convicts you. Right. Like, if we're we're wanting to get back to that place and it can be hard because you're you're between this rock and a hard place. I used to do this for money. I used this for success.
I used to do this for the followers. And now it's all about the one. It's all about that moment in the car with the seventeen year old boy to change the trajectory of his life. Yeah. And you get to do that with millions of people. And so it's not just a gift, it's a responsibility. Wow.
Well, you just talk to me, right?
And so this is the thing. And this is what my husband recently told me. He's a Tamra. You're always and everybody always is looking for opportunities. They're looking for the next opportunity, the next path, the next door that God's going to open. What if you're the opportunity? What if they're looking for you? What if you don't activate? And they don't have their opportunity to become their own opportunity. All right, that's good. It's so good.
So I want to just say to you in this moment, you are the opportunity. You are the gift and he trusts you, he trusts you. So timely. You have no idea. That's so good, the way he works and speaks to people and you have no idea what I'm going through on this and, you know, with the financial aspects. So that's that's crazy. That's. Again, I'm so glad you come out so that I had no idea I was going to share that at all, so I just felt prompted to and it's it was a special moment and maybe it wasn't even meant for me.
Maybe it was meant for you. And I'll be darned.
That's crazy. It's insane. So I do a lot of posts of people will they'll send me shirts. And that's part of what I do is I post and how much should I pay you? I don't pay. I don't I don't want your money. Give me a shirt and I'll take a cool picture and I'll tell you it. And so that's why I did that today with some shoes and I get so much irad blessed.
They are awesome. Yeah. They sent me a free pair and offered money and you know, I said, look, I'll just I'll do the post because what they're doing is they're giving back, they're putting shoes on. Fifteen hundred homeless people. So I've decided I'm not going to monetize that. I'm just going to do that out of my heart. I said, if you guys got money, if you want to donate to my ministry, you can.
But there's no pressure and many times they don't. And that's OK with me that that's fun. But there's people who don't know. And they like you said, they're in my DMS. You're selling out for the Kingdom of God and they're doing all of these things. And it's like, if you really knew that I collect unemployment, like, would you be like, do you understand that I'm not making because I have two hundred thousand followers or a million followers, I'm not making any money.
And all the money that I get, I'm giving back to people. So it's like it hurts. I get so frustrated. And what you said is so timely because I get so frustrated and down and it's like I made a lot of money and fitness. I was killing it. There's not a lot of money. There hasn't been much money in ministry. But it's not about me. It's the satisfaction, the payment of helping people, saving souls, change people's lives, encouragement, the DMS of like, hey, man, that that helped.
Like, that is what I do it for. I do it for God's glory. And I wish more people knew that. I wish more people understood that I have it monetize my Instagram or I got I make no money if you could and you should.
The cool thing is that you're not. And that's the that's the kind of trust that's the component of him saying your obedience, your discipline. He sees you. I mean, he literally sees you. I have no other thing to say other than that he knows your heart and that he is ready to give you more.
And he will bring the people and you will have the party and the people. There will be the ones that are meant for you to link arms with, because the people at home, that's not the people. The people back then, that's not the people. Right. There is more people ready and waiting and willing. And we just have to activate.
We've got to get up on the table. We've got to do the dance and we got to let them know that they are a part of this mission. Right. And so the more that you can proclaim that and the more that you can share, the more that people will be able to understand and identify that. So you're doing it. You're doing it, you're doing it. And he will come through. He is prosperous. He is abundance. And the best thing about this conversation is that that is what Rich means when you're standing in the kingdom, when you are an entrepreneur within the kingdom and vice versa, the kingdom is in you and therefore you are an entrepreneur.
There's richness in that the fruits of the spirit wealth, Galatians five twenty two, it's not just about money. There is money in prosperity, but it's not about money. So it's so good for us to just remember that it has nothing to do with that God can build anything just like time. He can turn it, he can make it happen that fast, just like your story. You could do the exact same thing with a dollar. He's the multiplier.
And we just have to be obedient. He's got to trust. And I feel your brother like I feel you. I look at my bank account. I'm like, oh, my gosh, all this stuff is going out to everyone. And at the same time, I'm I just have this deep knowing. I just have this deep knowing. And I don't know what that door looks like. I don't know what the hallway is going to unfold like. I just know that there are people along for the journey and that somebody said this morning her name is Danielle Delgado.
If you've never heard of her, you've got to look her up. Danielle Delgado. And she specifically said, if I could have seen all of the people that I was going to affect, I would have done it sooner.
If you could see all of the faces of the people that you transform in front of you right now, just like I did in that dream, all those people, those people smiling and dancing and the freedom that was happening inside of that room. I would do it sooner, and I'm sad that I waited, but yes, what God is giving us for such a time is this. That's right. And so we are called to rise. So I love this saying that your calling is calling.
And it's up to us to answer. That's good, so motive, I'm ready to do a video, they do it and we all share it. So rather this was such a treasure. It's so cool that I was, like, literally searching for your story. I mean, literally for about 30 minutes prior to this, I could not find it. I could not find it. And so you guys, if you can you share this can you share this on behalf of Andrew right now you're watching live it.
Share this to your feed, talk about his heart. But guess what? He doesn't need the glory. It's all for God. And these are the type of people that we need to support. These are the type of people we need to partner with. So please tell us, how can we get in touch? How can we support we know we can donate to your ministry. You're on tip top. You're on Instagram, both under Andrew Carter.
And then you've got some shirt, some swag we can buy. But are you doing anything that, like we can, like, provide our own gifts, whether that is finances, whether that is access to other people? Like, what can I help you with? You know, just this right here, getting the gospel out, allowing me to share my story, because I believe by the blood of the lamb and the power of our testimony, we help others overcome.
And yeah, I'm on everywhere. I'm on I'm on LinkedIn, Tick-Tock, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Like I said, I used to have a MySpace. I don't anymore. I would tell you what, I know you either, but yeah, you know, just the love and the support, the sharing. You know, you can contribute to the ministry that, that helps our mission and everything that we're doing. But yes, shifted, shifted by God is our our Instagram handle.
So we've got some cool shirts, stuff like that. But yeah. All right, people, I'm calling you to action right now. We don't need shirts, we don't need shoes. We need to support the kingdom of God. I've never actually asked anybody to throw money somebody's way, but I am telling you that that my sharing it just gives me further affirmation that Andrew is the one you trust. He's the one who is going to use it and serve the kingdom.
It's going to flow through him and not to him. And so I'm asking I've literally never asked my community in a hundred episodes and this is my 100th episode, and I just feel that this is the right time.
So I want to partner with you.
This is the 100th episode, brother. Wow. Yeah. Yeah, I do too. We got we're going to come up. I don't know, I don't know the meaning to one hundred and seven is completion. So let's figure out what one hundred means. We've got to be a meaning. Maybe it's a one hundred dollar bills with Benjamin. Go on. Oh, my God, I'm so white, I love your girl can dance.
We've got that viral flash mob happening. It's going to drop next Friday at 10 a.m. I'll send you all the deeds. Got to be a part of it. But you're going to see my dance moves a little bit. All right.
So let me back up. I worked like a robot. My wife can dance, and she always she makes me do dances with her. Sometimes I'm just like, I can't do my shirts too small. My I'm not built all of the layers.
Right. So you in the back and just like maybe the mirror behind her as she does the moves because I'm excited to see what you guys come up with and your kiddos will be so fun. But you guys, I am so grateful for this time. Thank you for tuning in. For all the people that are watching me, see your messages. We see that you're touching people. Michelle Carey, Becky, we see you. Thank you for being here.
Blair, what a gift. What a gift. Let's just close this out in prayer. Do you mind praying?
Actually, Andrew loved to pray for us. Let's do it. Heavenly Father, we just want to thank you for this time that we got to spend together. God, we just want to thank you and bring you praise and glory and honor God. It's not about us. Everything that we do and speak all of our actions and thoughts are to bring you glory because you're good, you're faithful. You're the same yesterday, today and forever. Our hope, our faith and our trust is in you and you alone.
God, whatever it is that my brothers or sisters are dealing with on the other side of the screen, we ask that you would breathe life into their situation, God, that you would allow them to learn, grow and mature in their walk with you, that we just want to say we are humbled and honored to have the divine revelation of who your son Jesus Christ is, and to be entrusted with the gift of telling other people about how we've put our faith in him and gotten salvation.
We are so thankful, eternally thankful, eternally grateful for all that you do and for who you are. And we pray this in the mighty name of our Lord and savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. Amen.
Thank you so much for you guys. Be blessed. Have an amazing day and go for Andreev Carter right now.
All right. Theileria. Hey, it's me again, I hope in today's episode, you sense and ignite to an ember within you, something mentally, physically, emotionally or spiritually moving that creates and sustains a fire within your journey. Before you go, let's solidify the flame. I'd love for you to take a step right now and declare your take away by snapping a pic of the episode. You tune in to share your spiked moment and tag me at Fit in Faith underscore podcast or me personally at Tamra Andress on.
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I'm ready to fuel the flame with you together and until next time, blessings over your joy, help, wealth and wholeness. Tune in next on.