And Jabez called on the God of Israel, saying, oh that thou wouldest bless me indeed, and enlarge my coast, and that thine hand might be with me, and that thou wouldest keep me from evil, that it may not grieve me! And God granted him that which he requested. (I Chronicles 4:10)
A devout servant of the Lord, son, brother, and true friend has transitioned. Minister Milton JeriMichael Williams was born in Thomasville, GA to Deaconess Cheryl Mike and Deacon Milton (Deaconess Jacqueline) Williams. He was the youngest brother of Cedric (Brandon) Williams, Kareem Williams, and devoted sister Felisha D. Hardy. He was educated in the Thomasville City School System and graduated in May of 2005. After high school graduation, Minister Milton Williams attended the University of West
Georgia, Carrollton, GA where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology. During his college years he served as the President of Black Men with Initiative (BMWI) and continued in this capacity upon graduation. Minister Milton Williams was a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
Minister Milton Williams gave his life to Christ at an early age and was baptized at Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Elder Jimmy L. Simmons. While serving at Mt. Zion, he was a member of the Monroe Choir, the Junior Usher Board, Vice President of the Pastor’s Aid Club, and Baptist Training Union (B.T.U.). Minister Milton Williams later joined First Baptist Church of Carrollton, GA. under the leadership of Dr. Woodrow Johnson, Jr. While at First Baptist of Carrollton, he served as the Praise and Worship Leader, Armor Bearer, the Director of Ministry Operations and later completed his trial sermon and was ordained as a Licensed Minister on February 23, 2020. Most recently and at the time of his transition, Minister Milton Williams was a devoted member of Embassy City under the leadership of Pastor Bryan Meadows where he served as Sector Leader of the Youth and Young Adult Ministry as well as the College Ministry. Additionally, he was a member of the Pastors, Elders, and Ministers (P. E. M. S.), a part of Nexus (the Church planting curriculum), an Ambassador and Core team member for the intercessors and the Prophetic Ministries. Minister Milton Williams was in the first year of his convergence internship to become ordained as an Elder/Pastor.
Minister Milton Williams was a hard worker, being employed by Georgia Baptist Children’s Home in Carrollton, GA as the Program Coordinator for several years and was later employed by the Department of Family and Children’s Services in Atlanta, GA as a Case Manager until his time of transition.
Minister Milton Williams leaves to cherish his memory along with his parents and siblings, Aunts: Gail Ruff, Carolyn Marshall, Phyllis Scott, Hope Mike, Jackie Everette, Mary J. Williams, Cynthia M. Williams, Sharon Y. Williams, and Jennie L. Williams; Great Aunt: Rosa Lee Bell Uncles: James Haywood, Kenneth (Veronica) Mike, Michael (Chanda) Haywood, Samuel (Elizabeth) Williams, Eddie (Deloris) Williams, Larry (Patricia) Williams, Remmer (Patrice) Williams, Charles (Rosa) Williams, and Kenneth (Cynthia) Williams and a multitude of cousins and devoted friends in the Thomasville and Atlanta area.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Willie (Mae Ella) Mike and Jeff (Willie Mae) Williams, aunts; Annie Ruth Mike Crews, Margie Mike Thompson, Mae Retha Mike, and uncles: Willie L. (Tony) Mike and Freddie Williams.
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