We Asked, You Answered | What Inspires You to Do Your Job?

“I love that my current role has an eternal impact. I don’t just plan distraction-free events for the comfort of women. I strive for perfection in planning events so women can come into the event and worship God and fall in love with His Word without distraction." —Amy Cato, LifeWay Christian Resources “One of the greatest things is when we see the impact a story can have in the lives of our clients. As we tell great stories and see other people resonate with that story, that’s a win for us.” —Andy Thoms, See.Spark.Go “I love what I do and to work for the church I grew up in is an amazing opportunity.” —Sara Hotchkiss, The United Methodist Church “The people and the challenge of the job. I love that each day is new and different, and there’s a new challenge and new people to work with. And it’s great that I’m helping by offering a service to them.” —Angela Hammond, CASE, Experience Columbus “Even if I’m only setting off a chain of events that leads to someone coming to know Christ, it’s making a difference.” —Zach Norman, Midwest Christian Retreats “My faith in Christ gives me inspiration, as well as knowing that I’m a role model for my family. And I understand that I represent not only the Little Rock CVB, but also a number of employees and organizations and attractions—and essentially the city—to many people." —Joshua Townsend, Little Rock Conventions and Visitors Bureau “Having the opportunity to encourage people." —Annette Frisby, Lifeway’s Ridgecrest Conference Center