Denise J. Williams was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She holds a degree in business, computer science and biblical studies. A published photographer, her work appeared monthly in Jacksonville Magazine, the premiere magazine of Northeast Florida on the “Social List” pages. Currently, she is a photojournalist with The Florida Star newspaper in Jacksonville, FL. It is the oldest African-American owned newspaper in northeast Florida with a circulation that reaches southern Georgia.
“The Healing Of A Broken Vessel” was her first literary effort and was for a time listed in Spring Arbor, Ingram’s Christian wing’s database. Her second effort, “Chambers of the Believing Heart” was released in June 2012.
Denise has over thirty years of ministry experience and her focus is assisting the hurting to recover from any form of trauma. In early 2001, she moderated a weekly caller driven radio show on WSVE entitled “Real Talk with Brother Herman” in Jacksonville. In 2009 she spearheaded a letter writing campaign for prison inmates, volunteered at a local nursing home and tutored young women at PACE Center for Girls; an at risk high school in Jacksonville, FL. Currently, she hosts monthly workshops that empower women to embrace who they are in the body of Christ. In addition, she is a voice-over artist, actor, singer and military spouse.
Denise empowers others by teaching other how to incorporate proper application of biblical principles into everyday life. Her God given directive is to assist others in healing from emotional, physical or sexual abuse. Her desire is to share the message that a Christ centered relationship is the only viable catalyst to experiencing God’s unconditional love and restoration!