Jane Babich

Jane Babich would best be described as a dynamic public speaker, avid storyteller, lifelong organizer, problem solver, and a proficient handmaid of Jesus Christ.

She has a passion for stimulating people to discover and utilize their God-given gifts to achieve greatness in every aspect of life.

After over thirty years of marriage, she lost the love of her life, her husband Chuck. Jane has a beautiful and talented daughter, Rebecca, that has a passion for all things vintage.

Jane retired from corporate America turning her attention to writing inspirational devotionals, AWCL blog posts, and other writings. Her career in corporate America spanned over three decades across three corporations, and about a dozen different capacities ranging from Project Management, Accounting, Leadership Training, Procurement, Process Improvement Writer and more.

A common thread connecting all of these roles has been her ability to remain an intuitive problem solver. Jane gives a lot of the credit for her unique approach of solving problems to her Dad that was a resolutionist and her Mom that was a solutionist. She also continues to use her gifts and experience to help others to craft their legacy, as they pursue their passions, purpose, and vision.

At present, Jane Babich is an executive adviser and tandem teacher with Dr. Audrey Aikens. It is her passion through Fireborn Inspirations to gather and post revelatory teachings and Fireside Chats from Dr. Aikens for those that have an ear to hear what the Spirit of the Lord is saying, in these end times.

Havilah is blessed to have her as a part of their mission to instruct, equip and train people to know God, make wise choices, and be released to fulfill their purpose and create a well-crafted life and legacy.

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Blog Posts from Jane Babich

A Well Crafted Legacy

Jane’s Journey “Grappling”

Jane’s Journey “Grappling” Jane’s Journey is my transition into “hereafter” or my “from now on” of retirement. I am writing here to inspire, stir, awaken, and encourage you to engage with what is in your

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A Well Crafted Legacy

The Art of Management and Marriage

I want to share with you two extraordinary roles that over time have become looked on as ordinary. They look ordinary because those that skillfully do them make it look so easy and natural. But

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A Well Crafted Legacy

Recognize and Respect the Press of Others

As we continue to look at the ability we have in building a well-crafted legacy, we have discussed the four foundational elements that bring movement within your building. They are Passion, Bravery, Forgiveness, and Restful

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