Our Mission

"Women without Walls International Ministries restores, rebuilds, and inspires all people to become "Disciples of God."

 

Our Story

Women Without Walls National Conference started in the early 2000s when God gave a vision to Dr. Jeannie Oliver to assist the women in the communities. The ministry became a non-profit organization (501 c3), June 2007 and later, the name was changed to Women Without Walls International Ministries. The ministry added board members including Director/Founder, Co-Director, Executive Administrative Assistant, Treasurer, and Chaplain. 

The ministry has several outreaches such as Jail Ministry, Care Home Ministry, Women’s Shelter Ministry, etc. The ministry sponsors workshops (to teach people how to be disciples of Christ) at several churches in the states of Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, etc. Women without Walls International Ministries sponsors small conferences and workshops at a local church in the city of Memphis.

Women Without Walls International Ministries has come a long way and still moving to a higher level. Dr. Oliver is the Director/Founder of WWWIM, and she has taken the ministry to a different level by inviting well known speakers/facilitators to speak and preach the Good News to audiences from different cities and states. Women without Walls International not only assists women, but men, boys, and girls.

 

Our Founder / Director

Dr. Jeannie Oliver is the Founder and Director of Women Without Walls International Ministries. God gave her a vision 9 years ago to start this ministry 
Dr. Oliver has loved the Lord every since she was a little girl, and she is dedicated to serve Him. The Lord called Dr. Oliver into the ministry at the age of 15 and later at the age of 30. Of course, as a shy little girl who had a speech problem, she never gave up on God’s mission for her life 
Jeannie Oliver was born in Hernando, Mississippi to Tom and Charlay Oliver in the late 60s. Later, she moved to Little Rock, Arkansas and was raised there for over 30 years. Jeannie graduated from Parkview High School and went to The University of the Ozarks where she received her Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication. Later, she went to Arkansas State University where she received her Masters in Speech Communication in Jonesboro, Arkansas. After receiving her degree from Arkansas State University, she attended The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and graduated with her Educational Specialist Degree in Higher Education in College Teaching in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Jeannie also received her Doctorate Degree in Higher Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. .