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Keith Oscar Williams was born in Birmingham, AL on April 25, 1974. He is the third of five children born to Albert Williams Sr. and Dorothy Leon Hampton.
Williams graduated from A.H. Parker High School in 1992. He furthered studied at Alabama State University (1992-1996), Miles College (1996-1999), University of Alabama-Birmingham (1997-1999), and Virginia Commonwealth University (1999-2001). Williams established Our Private Moments Worldwide in 1998 to begin his business career, after serving two years in the US Army. His literary career began in 1991 with the writing of his first poem, The Old Oak Tree. Other famous poems including My Broken Heart (1992), Keith Loves Tamikia (1993), Julie's Alright (1994), Delilah In an Unknown Place (1995), Starting Over Again (1997), Thrown From the Cliff (1998), The Irvina Lullaby (1998), The Tulip Song (1998), The Good Girls Taken (1999), Introduction to Sheona (2000), A Match Made in Heaven (2001), The True Self (2002), and Celebrate Love (2003). Williams founded Greater Works Business Services in 1998, Great I Am Ministries Outreach International in 2003, and the internet radio stations OBS in 2007. In August 2004, The True Experience was published; featuring over 100 poems filled with spiritual and inspiration messages of hope, encouragement, and patience. In October 2004, Williams started a church and became pastor, where he possesses the gifts of healing, deliverance, and prophecy given by God.
Today, Rev Williams lives in Fredericksburg, VA and is married to Sheona Tibbs of Fredericksburg, VA. They were married in 2001 and have no children. Williams have written other books including Spirit Led, Spirit Fed, Lessons for Life, The Oscarian Theory Series, The World of Christian Doctrine, Volumes 1-3, and the True Experience, Volume I. Williams will be writing additional books including The True Experience, Volume II, The True Experience, Volume III, A Series of Fortunate Spiritual Events, and King Edward’s Courtyard.