Bishop J. E. Williams

PRELATE OF ARKANSAS 4TH JURISDICTION

Jurisdictional Prelate

FOURTH ECCLESIASTICAL

JURISDICTION OF ARKANSAS


Bishop Junius Earl Williams, D.D.​

is a native of Sparkman, Arkansas; He was born to Elder Earl June Williams and Mrs. Frances Lee Williams on February 5, 1956. He was raised in the Church of God in Christ.  After graduating high school, he married his high school sweetheart, Missionary Glenda R. Hunter, a beautiful young woman inside and out.  Bishop Williams and his wife have been happily married for forth-four years and are the parents of three children whom they have been blessed to educate: two daughters, Sharenda Williams, MD; Sharesa Williams, MD; one son Calvin Williams, graduate of University of Arkansas Conway Arkansas; one grandson; one granddaughter.


  Bishop Williams was saved and filled with the baptism of the Holy Ghost in 1980.  He was called by God into the ministry in 1982 and ordained in 1984 by Bishop Donne L. Lindsey, He was appointed to his first church 1988, to the office of District Superintendent 1995, to the office of Administrative Assistant 2000. Bishop Williams, have have 35 years of pastoral experience. He is Is currently the proud Pastor of the Greater Love Church of God in Christ, Camden, Arkansas, where he and his wife have been serving for over 28 years. Bishop Williams is the founder of to churches. Bishop Williams was appointed by Bishop Charles E. Blake, Presiding Bishop of the Church of God in Christ, Inc. on November 7, 2011. A chosen vessel of God, he has devoted his time to bring the kingdom full circle in the house of worship. His proven efforts include a continuously growing membership, as he has incorporated many ministries to satisfy God’s call for kingdom building.


  Bishop Junius Earl Williams continued his education at South Arkansas University Magnolia, Arkansas; Charles Harrison Mason Bible College, Camden Arkansas; and Agape School of World Evangelism, Little Rock, Arkansas, Bishop Williams earned a Doctor of Divinity Degree. Civilian involvements are NAACP, President of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, Hospice care, Civilian awards, Community service Excellence award (Example of servant- Leadership), and outstanding Minister of the community. Bishop Williams is a living example that “many are called but few are chosen.”

His Motto: “God first, Family second, and business third! Keep your life in order and God will bless you like you would never believe.”

Bishop J.E. Williams