Gaylyn Williams, President of Relationship Resources, is an inspirational speaker and author of 24 books. In her writing and speaking, Gaylyn uses practical, biblical principles to inspire people to be all God created them to be.
Life as a Missionary
After receiving her degree from Dallas Bible College, Gaylyn spent 16 years as a missionary with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Using her degree in Bible, linguistics, and Greek, she conducted linguistic analyses on five different Mayan dialects, developing a written language for each. She then helped train the native speakers to translate the New Testament into their languages.
Following her years as a missionary in Guatemala, she trained potential missionaries in basic linguistic and literacy skills, preparing them to go to the mission field. Gaylyn also developed the Wycliffe International Cookbook, one of Wycliffe Bible Translator’s top selling books after over 25 years. She later joined The Navigators as a full-time missionary, leading a single-parent family ministry.
Inspirational and Motivational Speaking
Gaylyn’s personal story reflects the power of God’s sustaining grace. She offers encouragement to her listeners and readers by sharing her experiences of heartbreak, abandonment, loss and betrayal. Her speaking is transparent and engaging, allowing her to create an intimate, safe environment while building rapport with her audience.
Over the years, Gaylyn has partnered with hundreds of organizations to reach people across the globe. She has been featured on both radio and television programs, sharing her story and the good news about Jesus. Today, she is the President of Relationship Resources. Gaylyn is passionate about knowing God and empowering others in their relationships with God, others and themselves.
Where She is Today
Mother of two married sons, Gaylyn currently resides in view of the majestic Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She enjoys hiking, walking, reading and spending time with The Lord and her friends and family.
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