Hannah Williams

Hannah Williams

Hannah Williams

Nursery Coordinator

Year I Joined HighRidge: 2000 (I was the founding pastor’s granddaughter (so birth really) but I took membership class in high school.)

Family: James Williams (husband), Dakota Williams (age 12), Zoe Williams (Age 10), Jack Williams (age 5), Libby Williams (Age 3) and Wyatt Williams (age 2)

My Salvation Story: Saved at the age of 5 in Mrs. Knoop’s Kindergarten class at Longview Christian School. Recommitted my life to Christ at the age of 15. I have always LOVED kids (Wanted to have 20 children of my own) little did I know the stirring (passion) in my heart for kids at such a young age and how God would use that passion in my 30’s to allow me to serve in ministry.

Education: Graduated high school in 2005. I completed one year of college. I quickly realized that school and debt was not for me, I would rather be married and have kids, so I got married in 2007 to my sweet hubby.

Previous Line of Work: I worked part time at Longview Christian School directing theater productions for 10 years. I have also worked as a Nanny and a Legal Assistant, before working in my favorite job as a MOM.

Best Thing Someone’s Said to Me: I was given a prophetic word 5-6 years ago. I was told that I would be a spark in the house of God and that people would be drawn to God through my passion and enthusiasm as I serve the church.

Life Motto: Keep the tiny humans alive!

Two People I’d Like to Meet: Williams Shakespeare and Idina Menzel

My Heroes (Besides Jesus): My Husband, James Williams and My Father, Bob Cammack. These two men have always showed the love of Christ to me. It was never hard to understand God’s love as a father because of these two wonderful earthly fathers.

One of My Greatest Experiences with God: I love my quiet times with God. As I pour over scripture after scripture and He continues to lead and guide me.

Most People Don’t Know This About Me: I married a Brit and moved to England three days after our wedding. It was fun getting to know my husband’s culture and living in my little farm cottage. My time overseas was short lived (4 months). We decided to start the visa process so that we could live in America. In order to get everything started, I came back and we had to be separated for 9 months of our first year of marriage sorting out his visa.

One of the Things I Find Most Fascinating: The mind of a child. I love watching them grow, learn and explore their world. They say the funniest things.