I adore this man! And he adores me. Next year we’ll be celebrating 25 years of marriage and what a joyful journey it’s been! Our greatest blessings are named Aaron, Alisha (our daughter-in-law), Abigail and Andrew. Our greatest love is Jesus Christ. Our greatest passion is sharing His truth with those who don’t have it. That’s the bottom line, but if you want to know a little more keep reading…
Dana & Kimberly Williams have been married since 1993 and are blessed with three precious children. Dana is the senior pastor of a local church with a strong emphasis on the expository teaching and preaching of the Word of God. He has a Masters of Ministry degree from Tennessee Temple Baptist Theological Seminary and just completed a new curriculum called F.O.C.U.S (Families Obeying Christ Using the Scriptures). Kimberly is a beloved wife, homeschooling mother and author. She has authored Living Out the Word, a series of expository ladies Bible studies through the books of the Bible, From the Mouth of Babes, a compilation of short stories about life, children, faith, and this world we live in.
With the amazing grace of God, Dana & Kimberly Williams have been homeschooling their children since 2000. Each year brings new experiences, creates wonderful memories, and brings their family closer together. They believe that homeschooling is really about discipleship. Kimberly shares this in her latest book, Home Discipleship: Much More than ABC’s and 123’s.
Dana & Kimberly Williams believe that marriage and the family is under attack and therefore they have a strong burden for strengthening Christian families. You can read about it in their upcoming book on marriage called The Eden Concept (scheduled to be release 2017). Dana is active in the church and community and teaches men about their God-given role in leadership. His desire is to equip them through the study of God’s Word and the power of the Holy Spirit to rise up in this high calling. Kimberly enjoys speaking to women and encouraging them in their daily walk with the Lord. She points them to God’s Word and challenges them to love God and love others (beginning with their own husband and children).