Douglas Williamson
"Meet You in the Middle"Crossing Guard"Living Water""Have Dominion""Forgetful Nation""Copper Coin""Trans Fat""Not by Our Wisdom""Public Sector, Private Sector"
"Ascend""Giveth and Taketh"
"Filthy Rags""Turn or Burn""Between Two Theives""One Way Street""God Keep Our Land""Ninevah""All is Vanity""Time""Grasping at Wind""Youth is Vanity""Multitude of Dreams""Dead End""By the Wayside"
Urban Theology
One picture is worth ten thousand words. (Chinese Proverb)

Do words have an objective point of reference, or are they unstable as a house built upon sand? Today there is no shortage of pages written on these propositions, and “Urban Theology” is not trying to answer these questions within the context of that medium. I employ oil painting as my method; submit to the authority of the Bible as the compass, and marvel at God’s creation as a wellspring of inspiration. Each of these fading images depicts my reverence for the eternal Word of God, in the ephemeral dwelling place He has set me.

Be blessed.

And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.
(John 1:14)