Heromakers Podcast

Dorris Walker-Taylor on Finding Joy After More Than Two Decades of Pain, and Why a Place Called Thistle Farms Is So Amazing

April 06, 2021 Laurie Nichols & Ann Chow Season 2 Episode 11
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Dorris Walker-Taylor on Finding Joy After More Than Two Decades of Pain, and Why a Place Called Thistle Farms Is So Amazing
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Dorris Walker-Taylor on Finding Joy After More Than Two Decades of Pain, and Why a Place Called Thistle Farms Is So Amazing
Apr 06, 2021 Season 2 Episode 11
Laurie Nichols & Ann Chow

In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Dorris Walker-Taylor, Senior Ambassador of Thistle Farms. Here, she opens up about the painful incident of seeing her father murdered and how that led to a lifestyle of drugs and selling herself on the streets of Nashville. 

Dorris shares openly about her decades of feeling lost and alone and how the prayers of her mother and the love of a friend finally led her to safety. In her 50s, she finally found freedom, and with it, great joy. A newlywed, Dorris now goes around sharing her love of music, the love of God, and the important mission of Thistle Farms to help women who have been victimized. 

You can find Thistle Farms on IG @ThistleFarms and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ThistleFarms. The website is: https://thistlefarms.org.

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Show Notes

In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Dorris Walker-Taylor, Senior Ambassador of Thistle Farms. Here, she opens up about the painful incident of seeing her father murdered and how that led to a lifestyle of drugs and selling herself on the streets of Nashville. 

Dorris shares openly about her decades of feeling lost and alone and how the prayers of her mother and the love of a friend finally led her to safety. In her 50s, she finally found freedom, and with it, great joy. A newlywed, Dorris now goes around sharing her love of music, the love of God, and the important mission of Thistle Farms to help women who have been victimized. 

You can find Thistle Farms on IG @ThistleFarms and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ThistleFarms. The website is: https://thistlefarms.org.

Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com.

We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA.

Like us and follow us today!

And share this episode with your friends.

We are now on PATREON and we would love if you would join our growing community! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement