Interview with Billy Epperhart, CEO of Andrew Wommack Ministries | JSP Bonus Episode
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In this Bonus Episode, Jacob sits down with Billy Epperhart to glean wisdom from his lifetime of experience in business and leadership.
So often we see people who are in their winning season and forget that they worked with a lifetime perspective or even an eternal perspective. Billy brings great wisdom to a conversation about leadership and entrepreneurship. If you are thinking of starting a small business, or any business, this is the podcast to gain great spiritual and practical wisdom in leading people and managing the business.
About Billy Epperhart:
Billy Epperhart is devoted to investing in people and is passionate about guiding others into sustainable financial freedom. Along with teaching people how to reach financial independence, he loves empowering others to build their wealth so that they can have a city and nation impact for the Kingdom of God. Billy is the CEO of Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College, which is home to over 800 employees. His two nonprofits, WealthBuilders and Tricord Global, help people make sense of making money for making a difference. Through microfinance loans, Tricord Global has helped over 10,000 clients globally. As a CEO and founder of his own real estate company, he owned and supervised a multi-million-dollar real estate portfolio located in five different real estate markets. Billy is also a public speaker who has authored seven books. His new book, God’s Road to Financial Freedom, came out in June of 2022. He enjoys fly-fishing and traveling around the world, and he and his wife Becky have two children and four grandsons. Billy is originally from Texas, but he now resides in Colorado where he earned his MBA at Colorado State University.
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