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evangelist , Minister

Ronald Eugene Williams, American minister, evangelist. Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1972. Named Fighting Fundamentalist of Year, Fairhaven Baptist College, 1989. With United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1960-1966.

Background

Williams, Ronald Eugene was born on December 9, 1942 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States. Son of Donald Arthur and Marjorie Jane (Cook) Williams.

Education

Bachelor, Augustana College, Sioux Falls, 1964. Master of Divinity, Grace Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana, 1979. Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Great Plains Baptist College, Sioux Falls, 1987.

Career

Director, Hephzibah House, Winona Lake, since 1971;pastor, founder, Believers Baptist Church, Warsaw, Indiana, 1975-1998;pastor emeritus, Believers Baptist Church, Warsaw, Indiana, since 1998;evangelist, United States of America, Canada, since 1975;evangelist, United States of America, Canada, since 1975. Speaker on weekly radio broadcast The Voice of Hephzibah House.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1972.

Membership

With United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1960-1966.

Connections

Married Patricia Ann Simms, August 10, 1963. Children: Donald, Heather, Daniel, Aaron, Joel, Naomi, Benjamin, Seth, Jesse.

father:
Donald Arthur Williams

mother:
Marjorie Jane (Cook) Williams

spouse:
Patricia Ann Simms

child:
Donald Williams

child:
Heather Williams

child:
Daniel Williams

child:
Aaron Williams

child:
Joel Williams

child:
Naomi Williams

child:
Benjamin Williams

child:
Seth Williams

child:
Jesse Williams