Meet Debbie

Debbie Taylor Williams

Debbie’s passion for Christ is evident in her energetic style and insightful application of the Scripture. Having been diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age 29, Debbie brings spiritual maturity and biblical depth to her audiences. Her spiritual beauty and willingness to be led by God bring a relevant message to women of all ages, backgrounds and denominations. Debbie is an authentic servant of Christ with a focus to encourage, challenge and equip her audiences to live out their faith as women of passion, purpose and prayer.

Debbie’s passionate focus to help others know God’s life-changing power has led her to author 7 books, teach, lead retreats, and keynote at conferences throughout the United States.

Debbie’s spiritual investment in others was acknowledged by her community when she was recognized as the 2000 Woman of the Year in Kerrville, Texas.

She has been a television guest on Life Today with James and Betty Robison, Daystar, The Harvest Show, Babbie’s House, Family Net’s Every Day With Marcus and Lisa, At Home Live! with Chuck and Jeni, God Answers Prayer, Friends and Neighbors with Kim Gravel, Atlanta Live, and San Antonio’s TBN and Fox News.

Before establishing Hill Country Ministries in 1999, Debbie served as the Teaching Leader for Bible Study Fellowship, where she led a class of 450 women. She later co-founded and taught Women’s Bible Study at her church involving more than 300 multi-denominational women.

In addition to Debbie being a keynote speaker and Bible teacher, she has been a featured columnist for the Women Reaching Texas newsletter and has served as a guest panelist at the Women’s Leadership Conference in Ft. Worth, Texas. She is a religion columnist for the Kerrville Daily Times newspaper and has been featured in P31 and other magazines. Her popular “365 Days of Praise” blog post reaches thousands; as does her contribution as part of the Mom Team for The M.O.M. Initiative. When not writing or keynoting, you’ll find Debbie teaching in the faith dorm for God of Hope Ministries.

Debbie’s spiritual investment in others was acknowledged by her community when she was recognized as the 2000 Woman of the Year in Kerrville, Texas.

Her trademark, signing the words to praise and worship music, has become a requested blessing by the groups for whom she speaks.

Debbie is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a BS in Human Development and Family Studies. She has been married to Keith Williams for 40 years. They are blessed with two married children and four precious grandchildren. Debbie resides in Kerrville, Texas.

Hill Country Ministries

Hill Country Ministries was founded by Debbie Taylor Williams in 1999 as a way to spread the word and love of God. Any donation made to Debbie Taylor Williams will go to Hill Country Ministries; in turn giving Debbie and her team the ability to reach more people and encourage audiences to live out their faith as women of passion, purpose and prayer.