Tony McWilliams has spent his life as a teacher, presenter, and he finds his greatest rewards tackling areas where understanding is dim and hope diminished. His principled insights and eye-opening perspectives help audiences focus more clearly on the unchanging concepts that hold life together and which propels a life toward its highest potential.
Tony McWilliams was married to Gail for thirty-eight years before her passing on 2016. Tony’s wife gradually lost her eyesight which developed sensitivities to physical challenges win Tony.
Born in Illinois began doing ministry in his hometown. He then traveled to 65 college campuses around the nation working with Campus Challenge Missions during which time he met and married his wife, Gail. They traveled as itinerant speakers before Tony began pastoring. During this time Tony started a private school and hosted a TV program called Sing and Declare. Tony and his family have produced multiple books, teaching CD’s and musical projects and have traveled the nation together speaking to churches and on TV and radio, and as keynote speakers and corporate presenters.
In the year 2000, they moved to Dallas, Texas to work with Christ For The Nations Institute. Tony worked full time for this international Bible school and global outreach in an administrative position as well as taught classes on leadership, ministry priorities, and character development. Tony and Gail rounded out their ten-year stay at this school as adjunct instructors where they co-taught semester classes on “Marriage and Family.”
Tony wrote and published the book, So Shall My Word Be: Living by the Faith Revealed in Nature’s Amazing Model. He also helped his wife, Gail, publish four books she authored. Tony has ghostwritten one other book.
Tony presently serves to provide leadership support to Generations Global, a non-profit organization, and social enterprise. Through Generations Global, Tony serves the marketing and economic interests of a team of social entrepreneurs at HopeQuestGlobal.com to deliver measurable, record-breaking relief to the number one social problem in the world—childhood malnutrition.
Tony resides in Dallas, Texas where he spends a great deal of time with his adult children and five grandchildren.