We are pleased to welcome recording artist Karyn Williams to the podcast as we continue our “conversations with content creators.”
Karyn’s new CD titled Only You (affiliate link), her first with InPop Records, was released two weeks ago and worth picking up!
About Karyn Williams
Karyn Williams left behind friends and family in 2007 and made the 10 hour trek to Nashville, TN and surrendered control to God. On the day she drove to Nashville she prayed, ‘Lord, I promise to walk through every door that You open no matter what.’ She’s kept that promise and He has been faithful in providing opportunities to share His name.”
Williams was featured in Billboard magazine as one of the “Best Bets” of 2012 and other gatekeepers have been singing her praises, yet it’s not industry accolades that fuel Williams’ artistry, it’s her desire to touch people with the good news of God’s grace and mercy.
Though music was part of her childhood, sports also played a big part in her life, and she was an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The eldest daughter of Orlando Magic Senior Vice President and founder Pat Williams, Williams grew up in an exceptionally large family. Her parents had five biological children and adopted 14 others from numerous countries, including Brazil, Korea, Romania and the Philippines.
Whether writing a song, a Bible study or a book (she co-authored her first book, The Takeaway (affiliate link), with her father in 2009), Karyn Williams is acutely aware of the power of words and devotes her life to using them to uplift and encourage.
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