Myron Williams

Southland Christian Church
Lexington, KY, United States

About Myron

Areas of Expertise

Curriculum and Instruction

An idea worth spreading

the more we free peope to become what God intended the more the world becomes the kingdom of heaven

I'm passionate about

helping people find their gifts and talents and then helping them find community. Once in the community their gifts and talents begin to add value and opportunity for the community to serve people.

Comments & conversations

Myron Williams
Posted about 1 year ago
Malcolm Gladwell: The unheard story of David and Goliath
Fascinating study of a passage so many assumed they knew and understood. This is what excellent study of the text looks like. Is Gladwell 100% correct in his assumptions or descriptions? It really doesn't matter because he is setting the stage for investigation. The way Gladwell tells the story does not negate David's faith in God. In fact it probably increases it because somehow David was aware enough of the issue to face the giant without fear. That is a far greater lesson, even if Gladwell's theory about Goliath is correct. Thanks for the excellent example of restudying what you thought you knew. May we all have such courage,
Myron Williams
Posted almost 2 years ago
Colin Powell: Kids need structure
structure and networks are essential to the natural processes of life, including the human body. this talk has generated a lot of negative comments about his beliefs, but without structure and networks even these negative comments could not happen. education without structure and networks is chaos. ask a teacher in any system, in any part of the world, and they may not use the words, but their beliefs express structure and networks. thanks General. this reminded us of truths which are essential for life.
Myron Williams
Posted over 6 years ago
Billy Graham: On technology and faith
It is ironic that some choose to question the value of Dr. Graham's presentation, while at the same time AJ Jacobs presented his learning about living biblically, and is lauded. I appreciate both men's presentations and learned from both. Isn't learning all about listening to all sides of an issue, rather than allowing our biases to shut one potential learning opportunity off?.