The force behind the beloved series "Touched by an Angel," Martha Williamson is that rare producer who has name recognition and a following of her own. She has said the secret to the success of that series is that "We create a place every Sunday night where God's honored" and "God is the show's true executive producer." Williamson started her career writing for sitcoms such as "Facts of Life" and "Family Man," before transitioning to the hour-long drama "Touched..." and, later, its spinoff, "Promised Land," which ran for three years. Williamson has said that CBS asked her to take the helm of "Touched by an Angel" a few months before it was set to premiere, and she asked for--and received--their blessing to make a show that respects God and doesn't leave any doubt about the reality of angels. Since "Touched by an Angel" ended its nine-year run in 2003, Williamson has worked to connect with the show's fans on the Web and will soon be launching an inspirational video blog right here on Beliefnet.