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L. Joy Williams - Host of 'Sunday Civics' on Urban View - Sundays at 9am ET

Karen Hunter Show

28mins

12 Jul 2022

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Understanding and Processing Emotions with Pastor Micah Joy Williams

Your True Identity with Ray Leight

Today’s conversation on Your True Identity is with Micah Joy Williams. Micah is a mom, a wife, a pastor, a worship leader, a teacher, a writer, and a prophetic theologian. Join in as she shares the process that helped her develop Global Awakening’s inner healing certification course and write her e-book, Christ the Wonderful Counselor. Hear about her journey of learning to know, experience, honor, and process her emotions. Listen in and be equipped, blessed, and empowered to understand and process your emotions with the Lord.

1hr 17mins

31 May 2022

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Sarah Hagan Backstage with Joy Williams

Sarah Hagan Backstage

Joy Williams is best known as the drummer for musical superstar Beyoncé, but she is also an esteemed musical director, she has her own music out, she is a member of the Recording Academy, and she is an actress! We are going to talk about all of these fun things today, as well as how things have been for Joy over the last two year, and what she is up to into the future. Come along with me as I catch up with Joy Williams!Follow Joy on Instagram: Venzella Joy (Baby OG) (@joythedrummer) • Instagram photos and videosJoy's Website: Venzella Joy | Los Angeles, CA | HomeTo Learn More about Criminal Justice Reform: Dream Corps | Closing prison doors & opening doors of opportunity. (thedreamcorps.org)Joy's Reading Suggestions:Robert Greene ("The Laws of Human Nature"): https://powerseductionandwar.com/Marianne Williamson ("The Law of Divine Compensation"): https://marianne.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41mins

22 Mar 2022

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Joy Williams, Joyful Designs Studio

The Mood Board Interview Series

Happy Black History Month!!!  I’m so excited to kick off Season 5 of The Mood Board podcast with interior designer Joy Williams, the Principal Designer of Joyful Designs Studio.  On our interview this week, I wanted to talk with Joy about how has her interior design business been able to thrive in the new normal with manufacturing delays and travel issues being commonplace.  Plus, I was excited to learn about her recent interior design projects that are submitted to the LUXE Red Awards.  Listeners can go to my website to vote for Joy's designs. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

21mins

1 Feb 2022

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Ep.5 Navigating Life Podcast with Carol Joy Williams//Navigating tough mental spaces

Navigating Life Podcast

tough /tʌf/adjective(of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling.able to endure hardship or pain.verb 3. endure a period of hardship or difficulty. Part of being alive is having to navigate the unexpected and hard things. It’s fair to say that this has been a tough time. How do these things impact us? How do we navigate tough corners? When we feel out of control and like the waves just keep smashing over us - what can we do? In this episode, Carol shares some of her thoughts on navigating tough mental spaces and has some amazing input from friends and listeners of this podcast. 






https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/15226357.Edith_EgerMusic featured in this episode: The Swing - The Forrester Majorie (instrumental) - Andrew OsengaNorthern - Benjamin CampbellCircular (Instrumental)- Philip DanielWho Else Would Walk Through These Shadows With Me (Instrumental) - The SoundkeeperAll used with permission through audiio.com You can find The Forester on Apple Music and Spotify and Carol Joy Williams on SoundCloud. This podcast is the original material of Carol Joy Williams, recorded and produced by Carol Joy Williams. Sound mixing and mastering by Jason Skippers. IG: @caroljoywilliamsFB: @caroljoywilliamsW: www.caroljoywilliams.com

42mins

13 Aug 2021

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Episode 12 - Zac Smith. Joy Williams. "The Lover".

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Zac Smith and I discuss the short story "The Lover" by Joy Williams. I would normally write more but I think less is better.

1hr 15mins

12 Jul 2021

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Ep.4 Navigating Life Podcast with Carol Joy Williams//Navigating aging/Growing older

Navigating Life Podcast

age /eɪdʒ/verb gerund or present participle: aging1. grow old or older.2. cause to appear old or older.Unfortunately growing older and aging is not optional. It happens and the only thing we really get to choose is how we engage with this process. This episode releases just before Carol’s birthday and she reflects on the process of growing older and hears some great stories from a few people at different stages, ages and phases of life. 
To find out more about Lee’s Visioning workshops email showmehow@leegriffin.co.za 

Music featured in this episode: 'The Swing' by the Forester 'Longings of the Heart’ by Carol Joy Williams ‘Taste and see’ by Carol Joy Williams You can find The Forester on Apple Music and Spotify and Carol Joy Williams on SoundCloud. This podcast is the original material of Carol Joy Williams, recorded and produced by Carol Joy Williams. Sound mixing and mastering by Jason Skippers. IG: @caroljoywilliamsFB: @caroljoywilliamsW: www.caroljoywilliams.com

37mins

24 Jun 2021

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Episode 9: Dear Wellsbourne/Brighton Rocks by Merrie Joy Williams

Full Harvest

“Dear Wellsbourne/ Brighton Rocks”, River Wellesbourne, Merrie Joy Williams Dear Wellsbourne is a series of seven sevenling poems addressed directly to the stream;  interspersed with a short story about local residents, called ‘Brighton Rocks. Mirroring the intermittent pattern of the stream itself, Brighton Rocks explores how two friends deal with the challenges they have faced in the past and how to live the lives they desire. Brighton Rocks explores how two friends deal with the challenges to live the lives they desire.  Inspired by the culverted Wellesbourne stream as a metaphor for their stories and the issues we force underground - but just like the stream, these things rise again, encouraging us to gradually voice and heal them. Credits Written by Merrie Joy Williams Read by Rosanna Lowe and Merrie Joy Williams Recorded by Oliver Cherer Edited by Elliot Lampitt If you have been affected by any of the issues reflected in this story, there is support and helpline information available from the following organisations: Stonewall at Stonewall.org.uk, or The Survivors Trust at thesurvivorstrust.org. With thanks to the following for local knowledge and contacts: Dan Robertson of Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton and Hove; James Burt; Dr Matt Pope; Dr Bramwell; Naomi Foyle of Waterloo Press; ONCA and Kin’d & kin’d; Sara Clifford; Rosanna Lowe as well as David Morley and Zoe Brigley-Thompson, whose workshop inspired the sevenling form. Not forgetting other residents of Brighton and Sussex, with a very special thank you to Paul Smith and ‘Becks’, for the privilege of sharing and adapting their stories in ‘Brighton Rocks’. Commissioned and produced by Applause in partnership with the South Downs National Park Authority. We hope you enjoyed listening to this episode, there are nine more podcasts for you to enjoy so please subscribe to this series. Merrie Joy Williams Merrie Joy Williams is a poet, novelist and editor. She was shortlisted for the 2020 Bridport Poetry Prize, longlisted for the 2020 National Poetry Competition, and is a winner of The Poetry Archive’s ‘Wordview 2020’ competition, permanently featured on their website. She is the recipient of a London Writers Award, and Arts Council England awards for poetry and fiction. Merrie is passionate about collaborations, as well as residencies and commissions, which help keep her writing practice fresh and evolving. She was a poet-in-residence with MMU Special Collections and Manchester Poetry Library, who are currently releasing an illustrated broadside of one of her poems.  Her most recent residency was with Historic England, in partnership with Spread the Word, commissioned to research and write one of their High Street Tales (Woolwich). Merrie has read or discussed her work in various places, including The Southbank Festival, The Seren Cardiff Poetry Festival, and BBC Radio. Poems been published in Poetry Wales, The Interpreter’s House, The Good Journal, and elsewhere. Her debut collection is Open Windows (Waterloo Press, 2019).

25mins

24 Jun 2021

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Ep.3 Navigating Life Podcast with Carol Joy Williams//Navigating friendship vol.1

Navigating Life Podcast

friendship /ˈfrɛn(d)ʃɪp/noun1. the emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends.2. a relationship between friends.Some of us may feel unprepared for the ups and downs of friendship in adult life. Friendships can be some of the sweetest relationships we get to experience and knowing how to deal with some of the challenges that come along with these spaces is really important. Do women and men relate differently in friendships? What are the best parts of friendship? How do I know when it’s okay to leave a friendship? Listen to some lovely stories woven together in this narrative style podcast with an original soundtrack and of course you don’t want to miss the hilarious “What the *beep is going on in the world?” Segment…let’s just say it’s ‘clucking’ strange. Music featured in this episode: 'The Swing' by the Forester ‘Friendship’ by Carol Joy Williams ‘Letters to Perry’ by Carol Joy Williams You can find The Forester on Apple Music and Spotify, Mischa on YouTube and Carol Joy Williams on SoundCloud. This podcast is the original material of Carol Joy Williams, recorded and produced by Carol Joy Williams. Sound mixing and mastering by Jason Skippers. IG: https://www.instagram.com/caroljoywilliams/FB: https://www.facebook.com/caroljoywilliamsofficialW: www.caroljoywilliams.com

37mins

27 May 2021

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"Christian Music": The Civil Wars' Joy Williams (#110)

You Have Permission

Continuing the series with those who have had experience in "Christian music," I speak with Joy Williams, known for both her solo career and her work with The Civil Wars. We talk about her upbringing and how it shaped her, the seedy underbelly of the Christian circuit, working in both Christian and general market scenes, her recent divorce, how she is raising her kids, how she sees God today, and more.Front Porch: https://open.spotify.com/album/0vK1POb7cjZdlZkShnqEDu?si=4lCJNjPfS9WKwqWNPX3J8wFollow Dan on IG: https://www.instagram.com/dancoke/Or Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanKochFaith deconstruction resources: soyouredeconstructing.comEdited by Josh Gilbert (joshgilbertmedia@gmail.com -- he is accepting more work!)Join the Patreon for exclusive episodes (and more) every month: patreon.com/dankochEmail about the "sliding scale" for the Patreon: youhavepermissionpodcast@gmail.comYHP Patron-only FB group: https://tinyurl.com/ycvbbf98Website: youhavepermissionpod.comJoin Dan's email list: dankochwords.comArtwork by http://sprungle.co/

1hr 12mins

22 Mar 2021

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