Angeline L. Williams was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1988 to raise her children. God has always had His hand on Angeline and destined her for Kingdom work. Born on April 1st, her mother named her April, but when she got her baby’s birth certificate, the name written was Angeline, which means “Messenger of God.” Her mother was upset at the name change but was encouraged by her mother that God changed the name, and He had His reason. So she let it stand as God desired.
Just as in the Bible, when God changed someone's name, it was to establish a new identity and their mission in life. He changed her name to indicate the work she would do in the Kingdom of God. Angeline fought the call of God on her life for several years, but once she truly embraced her God given identity, she has been on a mission to let the world know that she serves a tangible living God who loves us beyond anything or anyone we can imagine. She is a boldly transparent prophetic preacher who allows God to use her traumatic past of childhood molestation, domestic violence, teenage motherhood, drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness, and recently the death of a child and a bout with breast cancer to help people see the Hand of God in their own life, and come to understand and believe that God can, and will reach us, and lift us out of whatever pit we might be stuck in. While she has had a love for writing since childhood, she began her adult writing career penning articles as a guest blogger and on several social media networks on a wide variety of topics. Today, Angeline is a multi-published author of several Christian living books that tackle issues many Christian and non-believers face today. Her books and messages are comprised of Scripture and illuminated with revelation and a depth of wisdom and insight resulting from decades of study and relationship with God. She speaks on various topics and is willing and available to speak at churches, groups, conferences, workshops, and anywhere else God sends her.
When she is not writing, she enjoys fishing and singing karaoke. She is an entrepreneur who has been helping people write and self-publish their message in books through her company Williams DocuPrep (WDP) since 2005. She believes testimonies and books are a powerful way to share Christ with others. She loves to hear from her readers at her website, www.angelinelwilliams.com, and on her blog at www.walking-by-faith.com.