Hello from the road. I’ve been in seven states over the past two weeks. I brought my microphone with me and planned to take the show on the road, but, well, my dig-deep got sprained. It’s been glorious to unplug and spend time with family and friends. (I’ve been so unplugged, that just this morning at 1am, I caught up on the highly-viewed Presidential debate. So many thoughts, but that’s for another time:)
Several friends have reached out to me, wondering if I’m okay because there hasn’t been a show. I feel thankful that people notice me; I’m really thankful for my friends. It has been AMAZING that so many people have listened to the show since it started May 1st. Simply amazing.
More than anything, it is just “me” learning how to express my soul and heart in a new way on a new stage. It has been life changing, learning how to take 20 minutes and find my own heart as well as the heart of my guests. It is you that the process is for, but I am nonetheless benefitting from it in deep, profound ways.
The guests, topics, and themes have been nothing short of supernatural in the way they’ve flowed through the show. As I have been traveling, I have had many deep conversations with people I love about how something on Life with Lisa Williams has helped them or made them think. I don’t want it to stop.
So, here’s the deal with me…
I am in transition.
Without getting into too many details, I can tell you that is has become clear to me that I should work full-time in radio again. And at at the same time, I strongly desire to continue creating Life with Lisa Williams. An idea that became a dream in my heart, the show’s creation was funded by my friends. The feedback and encouragement has been remarkable.
My desire is to work full-time in radio to support my family. And my desire is that the podcast would continue and would generate enough money to employ a small support staff to help with producing the show, scheduling guests, promotion, and several other things that will make it meaningful and good for you and others who haven’t found it yet.
Behind the scenes for these next few weeks of August, we are working to get a producer and a sponsor in place. Please pray.
Pam Peoples capping the “first season” is absolutely perfect. She is like the exclamation point on what I’m trying to say. No more masks. Broken, honest, loving spirituality. A deep love for Jesus Christ and everything He is. From our brokenness, loving others deeply. Honest, thought-provoking, courageous, compassionate conversations.
Please stay tuned. I believe the best is yet to come.