Women using their gifts and talents to impact their home ministry while radiating the definition of a Christian creative.  Women celebrating their uniqueness, women empowering other women, and women celebrating community over competition.


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Lively, Intentional, resourceful

Breshana Miller is a mom of many hats.  She’s a full-time working mom of three, a Pastor’s wife, and a Balance and Productivity Strategist for mom entrepreneurs.   Mentoring and coaching women to pursue their purpose, maximize their potential, explore their world outside of their comfort zone, and live a balanced, productive, and intentional life is at the center of her heart.  Her biggest and most important mission in life is to love God, her family, and pass on a legacy of blessings to them. During her leisure time, she enjoys being a soccer mom/sideline coach, cooking thanks to her New Orleans upbringing, experimenting with new skin care products, and hanging out with her kids. You can read more about Breshana on her blog,



Rest & Refresh Manifesto

When you transition out of a season of hustle and grind and into a season of rest, it’s a time to welcome in all the new lessons and experiences that will enlighten you, teach you, and propel you deeper into your purpose.  Create your Rest & Refresh Manifesto and learn how to navigate through your season of rest so you can experience the complete joy and contentment that it brings to your life.


My faith is what got me to where I am today.  As a big dreamer, my faith in God helps me stay focused and not become distracted by fear. I acknowledge God as the source of my resources.  Although I help women balance their life and biz with productivity strategies and help them bring their purpose to life, I believe it is important to let God be our guide in our life and business.  Keeping Christ in the center is key to becoming who He wants me to be as a mom, wife, and business owner.  I recognize that I can’t do it all and honestly, I don’t want to do it all.  One of the best lessons I’ve learned as a Pastor’s wife and mom is to stop making things so hard for ourselves; just do the work that He has called me to do and leave the results to God.  


Ephesians 3:20

Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us


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