This Is Where It Starts is a podcast by Brittani Scott that encourages people to chase big ideas that make a Kingdom impact. Brittani is sharing her stories and the stories of other successful leaders, ministers, entrepreneurs, and more. Get ready to be inspired, challenged, and equipped for success.
Live Like the Mountain Is Out
12:11On this episode, Brittani shares a devotional she did for Truth Radio.
10 Ways To Make A Difference During the Covid-19 Crisis
11:35You may feel like your hands are tied and you can't make a difference in your world at the moment, but you can! Brittani is talking about how on today's episode.
Recovering From Broken Dreams
35:15Brittani is excited to talk to Jeremy and Erica Gilliam about what happens when your dreams seem to fall apart, what recovery actually looks like, and how to start dreaming again.
Be the Person Who Does the Thing
10:45In the episode, Brittani talks about becoming who you need to be in order to see your dreams become a reality.
7:31It's been said, if your dreams don't scare you, they're not big enough. On today's episode Brittani talks about her big dream and what God can do with big dreams.
Called To Be Uncomfortable
10:50Welcome to Season 2! In this episode, Brittani talks about getting uncomfortable in order to make a Kingdom impact.
The Gift of Time
10:03On this special Christmas episode, Brittani talks about a gift we all receive and give away every single day.
It's Never Too Late
12:02In this episode, Brittani talks about the lie that it's too late for you to do something in God's Kingdom. She shares some of her personal experiences dealing with this lie and reminds listeners that it's never too late.
What To Do While You're Waiting
12:25Sometimes we find ourselves in a season of waiting. But waiting doesn't mean we kick back and do nothing. On this episode, Brittani shares some things we can do while we wait.
Adopted Twice with Gabby Thompson
21:36Brittani chats with Gabby Thompson who shares her adoption story, what adoption means to her, and why she believed Apostolic families should adopt.