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Secondary education educator

Frances Elizabeth Williams, American Secondary education educator. Member National Council for the Social Studies, District of Columbia Council for the Social Studies, United States Capitol History Society.

Background

Williams, Frances Elizabeth was born on May 30, 1948 in Eccles, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Decolious R. and Wilhelmina (Bell) Williams.

Education

Bachelor, University District of Columbia, 1973. Master, Trinity College, 1975. Post graduate, Trinity College, 1985.

Master of Divinity, Hood Theology Seminary, Salisbury, North Carolina, 2009.

Career

From keypunch operator to computer operator, General Services Administration, Washington, 1966-1972;with computer tape division, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, 1972-1973;teacher social studies, H. D. Woodson Senior High School, Washington, 1973-1988;chairperson social studies department, H. D. Woodson Senior High School, Washington, since 1988.

Religion

Any individual, child, or otherwise cannot be baptized until they come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ—then, and only then, would a person be baptized.

Politics

Christians should be dedicated to the holy responsibility and privilege of loving people of all races and ethnicities in religious communities.

Views

The strong feature of Baptism is that prayers are not only led by a minister, but often by a local preacher - a lay person who has been trained and authorized to lead worship and preach.

Membership

Member National Council for the Social Studies, District of Columbia Council for the Social Studies, United States Capitol History Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, coin collecting/numismatics.

Connections

father:
Decolious R. Williams

mother:
Wilhelmina (Bell) Williams