Whether it is in Kenya, Africa or Gordon, West Virginia, the Williamsons are focused on ministering to everyone and working to "Give Them Jesus" around the world.
Jesus What A Wonderful Name
If This Altar Could Talk
He's Leading The Way
Every Moment Every Mountain Every Mile
What Calvary Says
Give Them Jesus
He's Here For Me
Robes Of Pure White
Message Of His Coming
Release Date: May 4, 2018.
WILLIAMSONS - Give Them Jesus
Originally a family group at their start in 1969, the Williamsons have since become a fan-favorite
mixed quartet consisting of Donnie Williamson (baritone), his wife Lisa, Darin Hebert (bass) and
Karl Rice (tenor). With countless award nominations and an ever-growing group of fans, the
Williamsons' passion and unique sound combine to present the Gospel message in a satisfying
Donnie Williamson says, "On the song Give Them Jesus' we have several guest vocalists. On
verse two the order is like this: Sherman Andrus (The Imperials), Duane Allen (Oak Ridge
Boys), Gerald Crabb (writer of the song), Jim Brady, Sherman (again!), and Jeff Easter. At the
end there is a choir of several guests. ... I know Jaquita Lindsey, Sue Dodge, Ronnie Hinson,
Sherri Easter and The Old Time Preachers Quartet are among them! (Engineer) Matt Butler said
he had 142 tracks when he was finished with the song! When you open the CD, take out the front
insert and open it all the way. You will see several more pictured there."
The songs on the recording have come from some of the greatest current songwriters in Southern
Gospel Music. The two co-writers of the title song, Gerald Crabb and Lee Black, also contributed
to other songs like "Jesus, What A Wonderful Name" from Crabb and "Gravestone" from Black,
with co-writer Dianne Wilkinson. Lisa Chesser Williamson of the group also contributed two
songs, "He's Here For Me" and "Robes Of Pure White." Each song on this album contains a
Gospel message that is delivered beautifully by the group's musical skill.
Join with the Williamsons as they present the Gospel through song to listeners and "Give Them