Intentional Optimists - Unconventional Leaders

9. Finding the Missing Voice - with Mariah Humphries

October 12, 2020 Andrea Johnson
Intentional Optimists - Unconventional Leaders
9. Finding the Missing Voice - with Mariah Humphries
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Intentional Optimists - Unconventional Leaders
9. Finding the Missing Voice - with Mariah Humphries
Oct 12, 2020
Andrea Johnson

Mariah Humphries is a bi-racial Mvskoke Native American and lives in Waco with her husband and three children. Mariah has a Masters of Theological Studies and is the Assistant Director of Campaign and Development Communications at Baylor University.  She considers herself an educator around Native American topics and racial reconciliation within Christianity as a Ministry Educator with Be the Bridge. You can find Mariah on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook under @MariahHumphries.

Intentional Optimism - a refresher 

  • Optimistic - hopeful, positive, proactive
  • Present - having a sense of wonder, generous, kind/open
  • Courageous - lead, adventure, resilient
  • Energetic - industrious, energetic and life-focused
  • Wise - understanding, words, respect
  • Intentional - sense of purpose, plan, grow

Topics discussed in this episode: 

  • Understanding and discovering your “WHY” [8:47]
  • How to gain knowledge on Racial Reconciliation [15:00]
  • Bringing the conversations into the Ministry space [17:15]
  • Becoming a Leader [21:00]

Now what? Step up as a leader!

  • Discover your “WHY.” [8:47]
    • Mariah’s Why is educating from The Native American and Christian voice. 
    • What is yours?
  • Learn - where to start? [15:00]
    • Be The Bridge
    • Understanding Racial Literacy
    • Having awareness of those around you
  • Serve, based on your unique skills. [17:15]
    • Mariah is now educating church leaders because of her unique background and passion 
    • What are yours?
  • See yourself as a leader.  [21:00]
    • Stepping up even when it’s difficult
    • Gain knowledge / wisdom 
    • Be willing to share your experiences.
  • Surround yourself with support
    • Your inner circle
    • Who is encouraging, challenging and supporting you publicly?

Resources mentioned in this episode:
(As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases)

Books:
Be the Bridge: Pursuing God's Heart for Racial Reconciliation - Latasha Morrison
(#CommissionsEarned)

Websites:
Be The Bridge

Where to find Mariah:
Linked In:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariahhumphries/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariah.s.humphries
Instagram: @mariahhumphries
Twitter:  @MariahHumphries

Want to get more involved?
Join the Intentional Optimists Facebook Group
Follow on Instagram @theintentionaloptimist

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you’ll see my daily posts from She Reads Truth. This is one of my Spiritual Disciplines - reading the Bible every day.

Email me at andrea@theintentionaloptimist.com and let me know how I can be your professional encourager!

Show Notes

Mariah Humphries is a bi-racial Mvskoke Native American and lives in Waco with her husband and three children. Mariah has a Masters of Theological Studies and is the Assistant Director of Campaign and Development Communications at Baylor University.  She considers herself an educator around Native American topics and racial reconciliation within Christianity as a Ministry Educator with Be the Bridge. You can find Mariah on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook under @MariahHumphries.

Intentional Optimism - a refresher 

  • Optimistic - hopeful, positive, proactive
  • Present - having a sense of wonder, generous, kind/open
  • Courageous - lead, adventure, resilient
  • Energetic - industrious, energetic and life-focused
  • Wise - understanding, words, respect
  • Intentional - sense of purpose, plan, grow

Topics discussed in this episode: 

  • Understanding and discovering your “WHY” [8:47]
  • How to gain knowledge on Racial Reconciliation [15:00]
  • Bringing the conversations into the Ministry space [17:15]
  • Becoming a Leader [21:00]

Now what? Step up as a leader!

  • Discover your “WHY.” [8:47]
    • Mariah’s Why is educating from The Native American and Christian voice. 
    • What is yours?
  • Learn - where to start? [15:00]
    • Be The Bridge
    • Understanding Racial Literacy
    • Having awareness of those around you
  • Serve, based on your unique skills. [17:15]
    • Mariah is now educating church leaders because of her unique background and passion 
    • What are yours?
  • See yourself as a leader.  [21:00]
    • Stepping up even when it’s difficult
    • Gain knowledge / wisdom 
    • Be willing to share your experiences.
  • Surround yourself with support
    • Your inner circle
    • Who is encouraging, challenging and supporting you publicly?

Resources mentioned in this episode:
(As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases)

Books:
Be the Bridge: Pursuing God's Heart for Racial Reconciliation - Latasha Morrison
(#CommissionsEarned)

Websites:
Be The Bridge

Where to find Mariah:
Linked In:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariahhumphries/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariah.s.humphries
Instagram: @mariahhumphries
Twitter:  @MariahHumphries

Want to get more involved?
Join the Intentional Optimists Facebook Group
Follow on Instagram @theintentionaloptimist

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you’ll see my daily posts from She Reads Truth. This is one of my Spiritual Disciplines - reading the Bible every day.

Email me at andrea@theintentionaloptimist.com and let me know how I can be your professional encourager!