Garrie Fraser Williams
Dr Garrie Fraser Williams is a New Zealander by birth whose family has included a number of academics, Church of England clergy and civic dignitaries, some of whom were honoured by the British Monarchy. After growing up in New Zealand he lived for fifteen years in Australia and twenty years in the USA before moving to the UK, the country of his grandparents, in 2001. He is a graduate of three universities and has researched and taught in about fifty countries worldwide.
Garrie Williams was actively involved in Christian ministry for more than forty years. During that time he was also a university lecturer, conducted continuing education courses for clergy and medical professionals, chaired a number of international prayer and small group conferences, and taught seminars in many countries on the archaeological history, religion and healing practices of the people of the Bible Lands of the ancient Middle East. He recently retired as president of the international and non-denominational Trinity Power Ministries.
His family includes three daughters, one stepdaughter, and three granddaughters all of whom are a very unique and special part of his life even although to visit them all he must travel almost right around the world.
Picture shows Garrie Williams at his 70th bithday celebrations in London, United Kingdom, in 2010.
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