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About the Book

This collection of testimonies addresses many of life’s challenges and demonstrates how God has given us the victory. Written by members of The Remnant of Hope International Church, this anthology features testimonies about overcoming: Divorce, Abuse, Addiction, Fornication, Being a Widow, Cancer, Daddy Issues, Sickness, and Brokenness.

A word of encouragement, Heap of Hope, follows each testimony to elaborate on God’s capacity to restore us. Not only will you find yourself in the pages of this book, but you will find Hope in Jesus Christ, our solid rock!


In 1986 El entered Bowie State University as a Music Education Major. Later he changed his major to Fine and Performing Arts where he concentrated on voice. After graduation, El spent three years teaching music in Prince George's County, four years with DC Public Schools and seven years at The SEED School in SE Washington DC.

El has sung with recording artists: Isaiah Thomas, Javon Inman, Talaya Simpson and Voices, performing in notable places such as Carnegie Hall, and the Apollo Theater. Even in this, nothing compares to his passion in leading people into an experience with God.

Elbie Williams

El, as he is affectionately known, was born to Inez L. Williams and Elbie Williams, Sr. in Prince George's County, Maryland in 1968. El started singing at the young age of four and would sing to about anyone. In fact, when he was only in the sixth grade, he could sing in the Suitland High School gospel choir. While in the seventh grade El not only sang in the school choir, he sang in the Prince George's County Honors Chorus. Upon entering high school El sang in several talent and variety shows earning the title “Baby Luther.” He was even invited to sing on the Cathy Hughes show where he sang “If Only for One Night" by the late Luther Vandross.

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