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Bishop Jerome L. Williams willingly proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ with an unparalleled sense of drive and passion. His innovative spirit and vision influences positive change in people's lives and lifestyles through pure, unadulterated, Biblical teaching and soul-stirring preaching.

A native of Portsmouth, Williams' ministry is continually growing, as is his impact throughout the United States and the world. As pastor of New Testament Church since 2000, Williams leads one of the most fervent church congregations in Virginia. In the last 16 years, the 42-year-old church has grown from approximately 75 disciples to over 2700, and currently offers more than 40 ministries that emancipate the oppressed, equip the masses and exalt Jesus Christ. With the world crying out like never before for a word from God, Bishop Williams ministers with a fresh prophetic insight that is helping to prepare the church for the days ahead. He is a Holy Ghost-inspired, on-fire servant of the Lord. Guided by the motto: "Changing Hearts by Keeping It Real," Williams founded Changing Hearts International Ministries (CHIM) in 2003, along with another one of his organizations called "JLW Ministries." CHIM has birthed spiritual sons and daughters who serve as pastors and leaders in various ministries. The organization also includes a  television broadcast, which reaches thousands each week.

Being a man of action, Williams has obtained a number of awards and accolades for outstanding services in the community.
Bishop Williams, is the Providence leader of Mid-Atlantic region for GUF (Global United Fellowship), Bishop Williams, serves on the Board of the Hampton Roads Commerce, the Hampton Roads Ecumenical Council of Bishops,  he is a member and leader of the NAACP, and a correspondent for the men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. for the NAACP organization,  Not only is he a man of action, but a man of honor with a numbers of awards, Bishop Williams was recently awarded ‘Pastor of the Year' in the religion category in the community and has been awarded by the City Mayor of Portsmouth, Va. Bishop Day every July 27.
Bishop has earned his Bachelors of Religious Education at the school of Smith Chapel Bible University, along with earning his Masters of Ministry at Richmond Virginia Seminary. Bishop Jerome L. Williams is currently pursuing a Doctorate  of Ministry as a member of the Aplha Cohort of Leonard N. Smith Fellows at Virginia University of Lynchburg, Va.

 He is a dedicated husband of Elder Shajuan Williams, and devoted father of one son Jerrod Lee Williams.

Bishop Williams is committed to the Great Commission (Matt 28:19), and is a mighty force for the Kingdom of God throughout the world-crossing cultural, generational and denominational barriers with the life-changing power of Jesus Christ.

  
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