Good News For The City's Podcast

Thanksgiving 2020

December 11, 2020 Good News For The City
Good News For The City's Podcast
Thanksgiving 2020
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Good News For The City's Podcast
Thanksgiving 2020
Dec 11, 2020
Good News For The City

Thanksgiving 2020, like so many other things in 2020 is going to be a little different. There won’t be the large gatherings and where people are gathered there will be masks and social distancing. A thanksgiving day different than we’re use to seeing indeed. 

That doesn’t even take into account some of the real life issues we are dealing with. Maybe someone lost a job this year, perhaps even lost a loved one.  Co-host Dennis Williams guides us through a discussion about finding reasons to be thankful and grateful in a time such as this. 


Rev. H. Dennis Williams has been a pastor for more than three decades—celebrating the 38th year of his ordination on June 10, 2020.  He has invested his life as a pastor and in growing churches while at the same time helping other pastors step into their calling and growing the ministries that God has called them into as well.

He has pastored churches in Ohio, Georgia and Florida and has pastored small churches—with as few as 12 people when he first started at the age of 22 and a church of more than 3.000 most recently, in Florida.  Dennis has been a youth pastor, worship pastor, pastor to seniors and singles and a senior pastor.  He has an intense passion for the Gospel and seeing lives changed through the power of Jesus Christ.

Dennis is now doing Kingdom business with WAVA Radio, Salem Media Group of Washington D.C.  As Director of Ministry Relations for WAVA he comes alongside pastors and churches to help build and deepen relationships in order to provide them with new and exciting platforms to share the Gospel in a personalized manner specific to that church.

Dennis has a B.A. in Religion/Psychology from Wilmington College in Ohio, an M.Div. from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and is a Master Practitioner Level Counselor of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). 

Dennis lives in Washington, D.C and Charlotte, NC with his wife Jennifer.  Dennis’ hobbies include reading, golf and enjoying time with his family and friends.

Show Notes

Thanksgiving 2020, like so many other things in 2020 is going to be a little different. There won’t be the large gatherings and where people are gathered there will be masks and social distancing. A thanksgiving day different than we’re use to seeing indeed. 

That doesn’t even take into account some of the real life issues we are dealing with. Maybe someone lost a job this year, perhaps even lost a loved one.  Co-host Dennis Williams guides us through a discussion about finding reasons to be thankful and grateful in a time such as this. 


Rev. H. Dennis Williams has been a pastor for more than three decades—celebrating the 38th year of his ordination on June 10, 2020.  He has invested his life as a pastor and in growing churches while at the same time helping other pastors step into their calling and growing the ministries that God has called them into as well.

He has pastored churches in Ohio, Georgia and Florida and has pastored small churches—with as few as 12 people when he first started at the age of 22 and a church of more than 3.000 most recently, in Florida.  Dennis has been a youth pastor, worship pastor, pastor to seniors and singles and a senior pastor.  He has an intense passion for the Gospel and seeing lives changed through the power of Jesus Christ.

Dennis is now doing Kingdom business with WAVA Radio, Salem Media Group of Washington D.C.  As Director of Ministry Relations for WAVA he comes alongside pastors and churches to help build and deepen relationships in order to provide them with new and exciting platforms to share the Gospel in a personalized manner specific to that church.

Dennis has a B.A. in Religion/Psychology from Wilmington College in Ohio, an M.Div. from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and is a Master Practitioner Level Counselor of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). 

Dennis lives in Washington, D.C and Charlotte, NC with his wife Jennifer.  Dennis’ hobbies include reading, golf and enjoying time with his family and friends.