KEEPING IT REAL WITH COACH ROZ COMING OFF MUTE

Dr. Rosalind Willis

"Keeping It Real With Coach Roz Coming off Mute Podcast" is a dynamic and empowering platform that aims to amplify authentic voices and facilitate meaningful conversations on a wide range of topics. Hosted by Coach Roz, this podcast breaks through the noise and encourages listeners to embrace their true selves.

Coach Roz brings a unique blend of insight, humor, and compassion to each episode, creating an atmosphere where guests and listeners alike feel comfortable sharing their stories and perspectives. Whether discussing personal development, mental health, relationships, or societal issues, the podcast delves deep into relevant issues while maintaining a lighthearted and engaging tone.

What sets "Keeping It Real With Coach Roz Coming off Mute Podcast" apart is its commitment to authenticity. Every episode is an opportunity to explore the complexities of life, celebrate individuality, and foster genuine connections. By encouraging listeners to "come off mute" and speak their truth, Coach Roz empowers her audience to embrace vulnerability and find strength in their own voices.

Tune in to "Keeping It Real With Coach Roz Coming off Mute Podcast" for insightful conversations, inspiring stories, and a refreshing dose of realness in a world often dominated by superficiality. Join the community and discover the power of authenticity as Coach Roz guides listeners on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

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Season 10 Episode 110 New Series Church Hurt Part 3
Jun 11 2024
Season 10 Episode 110 New Series Church Hurt Part 3
Send us a Text Message.Welcome to Season 10, Episode 110 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast." I'm your host, Dr. Rosalind Willis, also known as Coach Roz, The Birthing Purpose Coach. Remember, AS LONG AS YOU GOT A PULSE, YOU GOT A PURPOSE!Today, we continue our three-part series on church hurt by delving into another controversial incident. We're examining a situation involving Pastor Kim Burrell, who bluntly instructed a member to stop singing during worship, stating, "This is a solo, don't sing. God is using me right now." Despite this, the woman continued singing, leading Pastor Burrell to reassert, "Stop singing, it is my time to sing." This incident has sparked widespread debate, and we're here to unpack it together.During this worship service, Pastor Kim Burrell felt that the member's singing was disrupting her solo performance. She addressed the congregation, instructing the woman to stop and emphasizing that it was her moment to sing. This situation has since become a hot topic within the church community, raising questions about the appropriateness of her actions and their broader implications for managing worship and community dynamics.Do you agree or disagree with Pastor Kim Burrell's decision to ask the member to stop singing? Let's consider both perspectives:In Favor of Pastor Kim Burrell’s Actions:Maintaining Worship Integrity: Some argue that it's crucial to maintain the integrity and focus of worship. As a leader, Pastor Burrell may have felt that the member's singing was detracting from the intended solo performance and the overall worship experience.Authority of Leadership: Pastors and worship leaders have the authority to direct the flow of the service. In this case, Pastor Burrell might have believed she was exercising her responsibility to ensure the service proceeded as planned.Clarity in Worship Roles: Specific roles are often assigned to individuals during worship. If it was established that Pastor Burrell was to perform a solo, then the expectation would be for others to respect that arrangement.Against Pastor Kim Burrell’s Actions:Respect and Compassion: Addressing the member publicly and rudely can be seen as lacking respect and compassion. This approach could cause embarrassment and hurt feelings, contrary to the supportive environment a church should provide.Inclusivity in Worship: Worship should be an inclusive and communal experience. Silencing a member’s expression can discourage others from participating and expressing their worship freely.Potential for Church Hurt: Such public reprimands can contribute to feelings of church hurt, making individuals feel judged and unwelcome. This can alienate members and drive them away from the church community.Personal Reflection:Personally, I believe it's vital to balance maintaining order and worship integrity with compassion and sensitivity. While it’s important for worship leaders to guide the service, it should be done in a way that upholds the dignity and respect of all participants. Leaders should strive to foster an environment where everyone feels valued and encouraged to express their faith.Invitation to Dialogue:This is a nuanced issue, and we want to hear your thoughts. What are your perspectives on Pastor Kim Burrell’s actions? Have you experienced something similar in your church? Do you agree or disagree with her approach? We invite you to join the conversation and share your experiences and views.Your feedback will be recorded in my next episode. Support the Show.
Season 10 Episode 109 New Series Church Hurt Part 2
Jun 1 2024
Season 10 Episode 109 New Series Church Hurt Part 2
Send us a Text Message.This Episode: Church Hurt Part 2 - Pastor Kim Burrell Tells a member to Stop Singing During WorshipWelcome to Season 10, Episode 109 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast." In this episode, we continue our series on church hurt by exploring another controversial incident. This time, we're focusing on Pastor Kim Burrell, who rudely told a member to stop singing during worship. Pastor Burrell stated, "This is a solo, don't sing. God is using me right now." When the woman continued, she reiterated, "Stop singing, it is my time to sing."This incident has generated significant discussion and emotion within the church community. Was Pastor Burrell justified in asserting her role as the soloist, or did her approach lack the necessary compassion and sensitivity? We will examine both perspectives, considering the importance of maintaining order and respect for leadership versus the need for inclusivity and kindness in worship settings.Join us for a candid conversation as we unpack the complexities of this situation. We'll delve into the implications for how we manage worship and community and seek to understand how such actions can contribute to feelings of church hurt.We invite you to join the dialogue. Share your thoughts and experiences as we reason together on "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast." Let's work towards fostering a more compassionate and inclusive faith community. Tune in for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion.Support the Show.
Season 10 Episode 108 New Series Church Hurt Part 1 Let's Talk About It "Pastor Keion"
May 18 2024
Season 10 Episode 108 New Series Church Hurt Part 1 Let's Talk About It "Pastor Keion"
Send us a Text Message.About This Episode: Church Hurt Part 1: Pastor Keion Tells a Member to Hush During WorshipIntroduction:Welcome to Season 10, Episode 108 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast." In this episode, we begin a two-part series on a topic that resonates deeply with many—church hurt. Today, we’ll discuss a recent incident involving Pastor Keion Henderson, who told a member to hush during worship. This moment has sparked a lot of debate and emotion within the church community, and we’re here to unpack it.Setting the Scene:Let's start by setting the scene. During a worship service, Pastor Keion Henderson asked a congregant to hush, believing their expression of worship was disruptive. This incident quickly became a topic of conversation, with opinions split on whether the pastor's action was appropriate or not.Agree or Disagree:So, do you agree or disagree with Pastor Keion's decision to ask the member to hush? Here are some points to consider from both sides:In Favor of Pastor Keion's Actions:Maintaining Order: Some argue that maintaining order during a worship service is crucial. Disruptions can hinder the collective worship experience and distract others from their personal connection with God.Respect for Leadership: Pastors have a responsibility to lead their congregation and make decisions that they believe are in the best interest of the service. Respecting their leadership is part of church membership.Creating a Worshipful Atmosphere: A controlled environment can help create a more focused and reverent atmosphere conducive to worship and spiritual reflection.Against Pastor Keion's Actions:Freedom of Worship: Others believe that worship is a personal expression and should not be stifled. Telling someone to hush can be seen as quenching the Spirit and limiting how individuals connect with God.Compassion and Sensitivity: Church should be a safe space where individuals feel free to express their emotions and worship without fear of reprimand. Handling the situation with more compassion could have been more constructive.Potential for Hurt: Publicly silencing a member can cause emotional harm and contribute to feelings of church hurt, where individuals feel judged or unwelcome.Personal Reflection:Personally, I believe that while maintaining order is important, it should be balanced with compassion and sensitivity. Worship is a deeply personal experience, and everyone connects with God in different ways. It’s essential for church leaders to foster an environment where everyone feels valued and free to express their faith.Invitation to Dialogue:This is a complex issue, and there are no easy answers. That’s why we’re opening up this discussion to you, our listeners. What are your thoughts on this incident? Have you experienced something similar? Do you agree or disagree with how Pastor Keion handled the situation? We invite you to join the conversation and share your perspectives.Conclusion:Thank you for joining us on this episode of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast." Remember, our goal is to foster open, honest, and compassionate conversations about the challenges we face within our faith communities. Let’s come together and reason, with the hope of healing and understanding.Join us next week for another candid discussion. Until then, may you find peace and clarity in your journey. God bless.Support the Show.
Season 10 Episode 107 Mother's Day Episode "A Mother's Love"
May 10 2024
Season 10 Episode 107 Mother's Day Episode "A Mother's Love"
Send us a Text Message.About This Episode: A Mother's LoveIn Season 10, Episode 107 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast," we embark on a heartfelt exploration of the divine calling of motherhood. As Mother's Day approaches, we dedicate this episode to honoring the extraordinary women who have been chosen by God to nurture, protect, and guide their children, as well as those who have stepped into maternal roles to support and uplift others.Celebrating Mothers in All Forms:From biological mothers to adoptive mothers, grandmothers, aunts, friends, and mentors, we celebrate the diverse forms of motherhood that enrich our lives. Some of us have experienced the profound love and sacrifice of our own mothers, while others have been blessed with mother figures who have provided guidance and support in times of need.A Tribute to Strength and Resilience:Throughout the episode, we explore the empowering and inspiring qualities of mothers, highlighting their strength in vulnerability, unconditional love, and selflessness. We reflect on the guiding light that mothers provide, their healing touch, and their ability to empower and uplift those around them.Drawing Inspiration from Biblical Narratives:We draw inspiration from biblical narratives, including the poignant story of the two mothers who appeared before King Solomon, each claiming to be the mother of a baby. Through this tale, we witness the depth of a mother's love and the lengths to which she will go to protect and nurture her child.Empowering Messages and Reflections:Throughout the episode, we share empowering messages and reflections on the profound impact of maternal love. We honor the mothers who have faced adversity with courage and grace, the mothers who have nurtured dreams and aspirations, and the mothers who have left a lasting legacy of love in the hearts of their children and communities.A Call to Honor and Appreciate:As we celebrate Mother's Day, we issue a heartfelt call to honor and appreciate the mothers in our lives. Whether biological, adoptive, or chosen, their love and sacrifice deserve recognition and gratitude. We send love and prayers to those who have experienced the loss of a child and offer support to those who may be struggling on their motherhood journey.Conclusion:Thank you for joining us on this special episode of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast." May you feel inspired, uplifted, and empowered by the stories and reflections shared as we celebrate the beautiful gift of motherhood and honor the extraordinary women who embody its essence.Support the Show.
Season 10 Episode 106 14 Steps To healing After A Painful Breakup
May 3 2024
Season 10 Episode 106 14 Steps To healing After A Painful Breakup
Send us a Text Message.In Season 10, Episode 106 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast," we embark on a deeply personal journey through the pain and healing of breakup recovery. Coach Roz shares her own experiences of navigating the tumultuous waters of heartache and offers valuable insights into finding restoration after a painful breakup.With vulnerability and honesty, Coach Roz opens up about the challenges she faced and the steps she took to heal from past painful breakups. Through her own journey, she discovered 14 transformative steps that led her toward healing and restoration, all with the unwavering support and guidance of Jesus Christ.Listeners are invited to explore the complexities of grief, loss, and self-discovery that accompany the end of a relationship. From acknowledging the depth of grief to confronting feelings of betrayal and self-sabotage, Coach Roz offers practical wisdom and spiritual insight to navigate the journey toward healing.This episode serves as a beacon of hope for anyone who has experienced the heartache of a breakup, reminding listeners that they are not alone in their pain. Through vulnerability and faith, Coach Roz shares valuable lessons learned and offers a roadmap to finding peace, wholeness, and love again.Tune in to Season 10, Episode 106 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast" and embark on a journey of healing and restoration with Jesus as your guide.Support the Show.
Episode 105 8-Steps to Healing from Church Hurt
Apr 27 2024
Episode 105 8-Steps to Healing from Church Hurt
Send us a Text Message.Season 10, Episode 105 of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast" delves into a deeply resonant topic: healing from church hurt. Titled "8 Steps to Healing from Church Hurt: Finding Restoration Through Jesus," this episode offers a compassionate exploration of the pain and disillusionment that can arise within our faith communities.Drawing inspiration from Proverbs 18:14, which compares a sick body to a crushed spirit, and 1 Thessalonians 2, where Paul recounts his own experience of church hurt, Coach Roz guides listeners through a transformative journey of healing and renewal.Each step of the healing process is illuminated with biblical wisdom and practical insight. From acknowledging the hurt to extending forgiveness and renewing faith in Jesus, listeners are empowered to take ownership of their healing journey and find solace in the love and grace of Christ.The episode also emphasizes the importance of seeking support and setting healthy boundaries, as well as addressing offenses biblically according to Matthew 18:14-17. Through these steps, listeners are equipped to navigate the complexities of church hurt with resilience and faith."8 Steps to Healing from Church Hurt" is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the transformative power of Jesus' love. Whether you've personally experienced church hurt or seek to support others on their journey to healing, this episode offers guidance, encouragement, and hope.Tune in to "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast" and embark on a journey toward healing, restoration, and renewed faith in Jesus Christ.Support the Show.
Season 10 Episode 104 12-Steps for Coping with Grief and The Loss of A Loved One
Apr 20 2024
Season 10 Episode 104 12-Steps for Coping with Grief and The Loss of A Loved One
Send us a Text Message.In this episode of "Keeping It Real with Coach Roz: Coming Off Mute Podcast," Season 10 Episode 104, we delve into the profound journey of coping with grief and the loss of a loved one. Titled "12 Steps for Coping with Grief and Loss of a Loved One: Finding Healing with the Support of the Holy Spirit and Jesus," this episode offers a compassionate and faith-based exploration of navigating one of life's most challenging experiences.Guided by Coach Roz's insightful commentary and anchored in the principles of faith, each step of the grieving process is examined with honesty, empathy, and practical wisdom. From acknowledging the reality of loss to finding meaning amidst the pain, listeners are invited to embark on a journey of healing and hope.Drawing upon the stages of grief as proposed by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, this episode provides a framework for understanding the complex emotions and experiences that accompany loss. Through each stage, the unwavering support and comfort of the Holy Spirit and Jesus are emphasized, offering solace and strength to those grappling with grief.Listeners will discover practical strategies for self-care, seeking support, and honoring the legacy of their loved ones. With a focus on embracing faith and community, this episode serves as a beacon of light amidst the darkness of grief, reminding listeners that they are not alone on their journey toward healing."12 Steps for Coping with Grief and Loss of a Loved One" is a testament to the power of faith, compassion, and resilience in navigating life's most challenging moments. Whether you are in the midst of grief or seeking to support someone who is, this episode offers guidance, comfort, and hope for the road ahead.Support the Show.