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"I'm an entrepreneur and I work from home. This space gives me the interaction I need with like-minded business owners. I enjoy the special gatherings along with the day-to-day work I'm able to accomplish knowing that others are also working at the same time. I have been so blessed by the daily prayer time we share together. Unlike other online communities, this is a much more personal private space. I'm fortunate to be a part of this group."
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"I'm so thankful for the Christian Entrepreneur Hub & Co-working Space. When I need a second pair of eyes, or a friend to pray, I have almost immediate access to some really great people. I also really enjoy the times of soaking prayer. Life so busy and demanding. It's nice to take a piece of time and sit quietly with the Lord and a group of believers, and know that my needs are being prayed for, and often one of my fellow believers will have an insight for me. It's like the best of both worlds. You can be quiet and alone, but with people "next door" at the click of a button. Not just any people, but people who understand the life of a Christian entrepreneur, because they live it."
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