Hosted by Juliet Dorris-Williams
If you are looking for a straight line to find your connection to spirtuality … surprise! It doesn’t always work out that way. Each of us can find our way to God and the perspective of seeing life through the lens of faith. Learning to love, learning to see past what is in front of you to discover your inner strength may be life’s hardest challenge. We can promise you this … when you get there you will be fortified and that faith will be your most valuable asset. Join Juliet Dorris-Williams each week for her take on viewing the world with faith, staying strong and responding with love. It’s Finding Faith – here on WebTalkRadio.net.
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In this week’s episode of Finding Faith, Juliet Dorris-Williams, author of Leaving Church, Finding Faith: Six Steps for Finding Your Purpose in the World After Leaving the Christian Church …
.. talks about living life in a season of grief, fear, and delusion. What is our responsibility to ourselves? What is our responsibility to each other? How can we get through this next phase together? Healthier? Stronger? Take a listen ….
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Juliet C. Dorris-Williams, is a wife, mother, a master’s trained, licensed, social worker, administrator providing executive leadership of a peer recovery organization. Throughout her adult life, sh has learned to successfully navigate the challenge that come with being a survivor of trauma and its accompanying twin: depression. Juliet credits the transformative power of her Christian faith, therapy and and peer support as instrumental for her healing. Juliet is the author two published works, Leaving Church, Finding Faith and Notes To my 25 Year Old Self – A Spiritual Journey.
Juliet was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN and now lives in Reynoldsburg, Ohio with her husband and #1 cheerleader and soulmate, Timothy, Sr. Their growing blended family includes four adult children, spouses, partners, grandchildren and greatgrands.
A lifelong learner with an insatiable curiosity, Juliet has a seriously expensive addiction to books.