Norris Williams has a passion for helping others discover and live in their true God-given identity.
He has successfully coached men and women from all walks of life, from business owners to displaced refugees; CEO’s to juvenile delinquents; farmers to professional athletes and more. He serves people all across the United States, Middle East, Africa and Europe.
Norris has degrees in agriculture business and Biblical studies. He’s covered a lot of interesting ground in his life as a waiter, salesman, forklift and truck driver, professional football player, quarter horse rancher/trainer/farrier, director of 400-acre ranch for juvenile delinquent boys, wilderness survival instructor, international leadership trainer/mentor/coach and cherry farmer.
Norris has been married to his wife Laurie since 1980, and together they operate an organic cherry orchard in central Washington State. They have four married children and nine grandchildren.
He enjoys being outdoors, in the wilderness, and loves being a husband, father and ‘Papa’ to his grandkids. He also likes the challenges presented by chaos, change and uncertainty.
Norris is available for identity coaching at email@example.com.
April 1st, 2021 | 34 mins 29 secs
brian robinson, cherry farmer, freedom, identity exchange, norris williams, real faith stories, washington
Through the love and prayers of his parents, Norris Williams was given a gift: from an early age he experienced the presence of God in ways that many people long for their whole lives. As a result, he discovered how to help others identify the lies they've believed about themselves and about God's love for them. This has led to a lifelong journey of helping others from all over the world rid themselves of a performance mentality and instead, live in a place of trust in God that they've always longed for. In this episode Norris shares how he coaches others into this precious place of freedom.