Debbie Taylor Williams, founder of Hill Country Ministries, a non-profit 501© 3 dedicated to spreading God’s Word and love, is a sought out national Christian speaker and author. Best known as a passionate Biblical expositor, Debbie uses humor and practical illustrations to communicate spiritual truths to women of all ages and walks of life. She has written 7 books and produced numerous video driven Bible studies, including The Plan A Mom In a Plan B World, The Plan A Woman In a Plan B World, Pray With Purpose, Live With Passion; Prayers of My Heart; If God Is In Control, Why Do I Have A Headache?; If God Is In Control, Why Am I A Basket Case, and Discovering His Passion.
She is a religion columnist for the Kerrville Daily Times, a charter writer for Bible Gateway’s BGB2 blog, a team member of The M.O.M. Initiative, is published in P31 Woman and other magazines, and has served on the faculty of the Michigan Marantha Writers Conference. As well as enjoying Debbie in print, you may have seen her as a television guest on Life Today with James Robison, DayStar, Babbie’s House, At Home Live!, Family Net, The Harvest Show, Atlanta Live, Rejoice! TCT World Network, Friends and Neighbors, Fox News San Antonio Daytime @9, and God Answers Prayers; or heard her as a guest on radio programs throughout the nation.
As a member of the Advanaced Writers and Speakers Association, you will find her keynoting throughout the nation on a variety of topics. And, perhaps you have heard her at the P.R.A.Y. with Passion Conference that she is taking throughout the nation and that has already been held in 32 states! You’ll want to visit her website or book table to see if she’s brought the P.R.A.Y. with Passion Conference to your state!
Debbie is a graduate of Texas Tech with a BS in Family Studies. She has been married to her college sweetheart, Keith, for 40 years. They reside in Kerrville, Texas where they are blessed being close to their two two married children and 4 grandchildren who live in San Antonio. When Debbie isn’t on the road speaking or at home writing, you’ll find her in one of her favorite roles: being Mimi!
Debbie’s spiritual investment in others was acknowledged when she was recognized as Kerrville’s 2000 Woman of the Year.
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