Jennifer Williams, an only child, was born to the late Michael and Gail McPherson. She attended and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School in Shreveport, Louisiana. Jennifer attended Southern University in Baton Rouge where she studied Communications. She later returned home to start a career in Early Childhood Education. In 1996 she met her husband Andre Williams, who she’s been happily married to for the past 18 years. Together they share two sons, Andre and Kameron. They love spending time with them while sharing in their extracurricular activities and sports. In 2001 the Williams family decided to relocate to Dallas, TX. They have now lived here for the past 13 years. Though she has gone through many trials in her life, Jennifer believes in Luke 12:48, “to whom much is given much is required.” She and her husband work together in their ministry “Remember The Covenant.” They minister to other married couples on how to see past the love and stay committed to what God has joined together. She believes whole-heartedly in the power of prayer and has seen first-hand how it has worked in her life for her good. Jennifer understands how important God is in her life and without him nothing is possible. Early in her marriage Jennifer realized that she did not know how to be a wife. Seeing failed and dysfunctional marriages around her led her to believe that divorce was the way out. For years she didn’t know how to treat her husband’s emotional and physical needs; which led him to have multiple affairs with other women. After years of affairs and being angry in their marriage they decided to try a different approach and make God the head of their marriage. Once this happened, a shift took place, and God began to move through her and her husband. They chose to forgive one another. They also chose to stay together not for anyone else, but for themselves. Jennifer believes that God has chosen Andre and herself to help save marriages that are at a breaking point like they once were. Through their transparent testimonies, personal life stories, and real discussions they desire to impact marriages across the world.FullSizeRender

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