By Colonel Jeff Williams
During his six months aboard the International Space Station in 2006, Colonel Jeffrey N. Williams orbited the earth more than 2,800 times and took more photographs of earth than any astronaut in history. Every shot contains lessons about God’s creation.
Every view from the window of the Space Station contains countless vivid lessons about the meticulous goodness of divine providence, God’s care for His creation, and His wisdom in ordering the universe. Colonel Williams has had the rare privilege of studying earth from heaven’s perspective.
While this book tells the story of Expedition 13 from Colonel William’s perspective as flight engineer, it also gives us a front-row seat in the Space Station and allows us to look with him through the lens of his camera.
Colonel Jeffrey N. Williams grew up on a farm in a rural community in Wisconsin. He graduated from the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point in 1980 and served more than 27 years in the U.S. Army. Williams holds a bachelor’s degree from USMA, master’s and aerospace engineering degrees from the Naval Postgraduate School, and a master’s degree from the Naval War College.
In addition to The Work of His Hands, Williams also authored devotions based on the Psalms in book four of Blessed is the Man.
Music on this program included:
“Flippin’ the Pages” composed by Terry Herald, ASCAP, Copyright 2012, GOH LLC