Richard G. Williams, Jr. is an author, businessman, husband and homeschooling father. His articles have appeared in Homeschooling Today Magazine, The Washington Times' Civil War column, and The Chalcedon Report. Williams has worked as a special correspondent and op-ed writer for several newspapers and is the author of "Christian Business Legends" & "The Maxims of Robert E. Lee for Young Gentlemen." He specializes in Civil War and Virginia History from a Christian perspective. He has spoken at Liberty University's Annual Civil War Seminar and at Lee Chapel in Lexington, Virginia. His latest book, "Stonewall Jackson ~ The Black Man's Friend" will be released by Cumberland House of Nashville in September of 2006. This book chronicles Jackson's Christian faith and gospel work among slaves and free blacks in Jackson's famous "colored Sunday-school."