Lillian Harshaw, social media faith-based influencer, featured on the broadcast, Worldly Church Girl Live, is podcasting! And just like her lives, this podcast has conversations with people who are at the BEST at what they do. Her guests BOLDLY walk in their faith pursuing their passions, even if the church (or the world) frowns upon it. Like Lillian, they aren't afraid to step outside the box. They are risk-takers! People who heard God's call, and wasn't afraid to take a leap of faith. Their stories will only inspire you to do the same!
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Jerome W. Terry
Jerome W. Terry, the author of "Lord Help Me with Me," encourages and teaches renewal of the mind from Godly principles.
Shawnette Braxton has taken the darkest moments of her life and turned them into a business and a motivational movement.
Never allow your past to dictate your future. Be the curse breaker! Eddie Thomason is living proof that you can come from an abusive childhood and overcome it.
What does God, Sex, and Love have in common? Well Miracle Sims host of GSL will tell you!
Briana "Breezy" CaBell
Briana "Breezy" CaBell has been writing since she's been in the 6th grade. Now with a Best Seller and multiple plays under her belt, she has a bright future ahead.
William T. Starzz
William T. Starzz drops by to announce his new hit Go Off (Instead) and all his new business ventures.
Like talking with your girlfriend
Love listening to this podcast everyone is relaxed it’s like listening to friends share information, intimate details and interesting facts! Love it
Lillian, Thank you!!!
You are so sweet and giving! Thank you for sharing my story and continue to inspire.
Many blessings to you and your family.
Not Easily Accepted.
It was a blessing to be featured on Lillian’s podcast. My story is not one easily accepted or openly discussed in some settings, especially in a church context, yet Lillian was willing and accepting. She was easy to work with and it was a pleasure conversing with her. I love that she takes a worldly approach to bring it to church.