I wanted to cap off a special couple of weeks — my 100th episode and International Podcast Day — and make something special that you are a part of. So I asked you to tell me what brings you joy and you did so today I want to feature seven amazing people who answered that question. Now, before I do that, let me tell you what brings me joy. It’s the ability of doing this, talking to you about the real true joy of the Lord every week on this podcast. I love doing this so much and I appreciate all of you who listen. So thank you so much. Our voices today will be in order, the following media, moguls, podcasters, and students of the Bible, Paula Lorraine editor in chief of Brilliant awakening magazine, Lori Morrison of the Unlovely Truth podcast, Kim Stewart of Kim Stewart Marketing and host of the Book Marketing Mania podcast, Brittany Boatman of the Trust Falls and High Kicks podcast, Liz Bullard of the Coffee and Convos with Liz podcast, Nii of the Amazing Grace podcast and James Early of the Bible speaks to You podcast.
Thanks again for sharing. What brings you joy?
Paula Lorraine, Editor of Brilliant Awakening Magazine:
For me being in nature brings me intense joy. Anytime I am out amongst, you know, the the beauty of God, I am just in such a happy, happy, joyful place. So that is the thing that brings me joy. My children and my grandchildren bring me intense joy. You know, they are the light of my life. They are something that keeps me just anchored and feeling like I have purpose. So yeah, those are the two things that bring me joy. Thanks for allowing me to share,
Lori Morrison, host of the Unlovely Truth podcast:
Watching people use their God-given gifts to help others brings me joy.
Kim Stewart of Kim Stewart Marketing and host of the Book Marketing Mania podcast:
I wanted to let you know, I get the most joy out of seeing my oldest son, Heath, who has autism wake up with a smile on his face every day, no matter the struggles that autism brings into his life. And there are lots. So that definitely brings me lots of joy on a daily basis.
Brittany Boatman, host of the Trust Falls and High Kicks podcast: