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"FOR I KNOW THE PLANS I HAVE FOR YOU, DECLARES THE LORD."

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Meet Dr. Williams

The Rev. Dr. Malachy M. Williams currently serves as a Transitional Pastor, Adjunct Professor and an Emmy® Award-winning Producer in the New York metropolitan area. Passionate about education, Dr. Williams holds an MA in Dance and Dance Education from Teachers College, Columbia University; a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary; a PhD from Talbot School of Theology, Biola University; and a ThD with a concentration in Semiotics and The Spirit from Evangelical Seminary, Kairos University. 

 

A liturgical dancer of over 30 years, Dr. Williams is the author of Simple Steps for Starting a Youth Dance Ministry. She is also a friendly guide for many on her YouTube podcast “Rest Stop: A Time of Sweet Refreshing” and on "SoulJourn with the Rev. Dr. Malachy M. Williams" on PodBean.  

 

Dr. Williams is a worshipper who believes in the transformative power of the arts especially through a deeper engagement with God’s Word.

                           ~To God Alone be the Glory

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Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.

                                   ~ Proverbs 3:5-6

Research | Writings  | Teaching |Speaking

Dr. Williams is a practical theologian with broad interdisciplinary interests in Christian Worship, the Arts & Wellness, Sacred Space, Christian Education, Systematic & Relational Theology and Christian Spiritual Formation. She has authored one book, Simple Steps for Starting a Youth Dance Ministry which serves as a primer for those starting out in Liturgical Dance and as a refresher for those who are veterans in the sacred arts. Check out the newly released 2nd Edition in paperback and as an eBook on Kindle at Amazon.com. Also, find out what's on her mind at her blog "mala-Key's musings".

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