In America, the religious and secular can live side-by-side -- for proof, just drive out to DFW and note how close the mega-churches are to the even mega-er Pabloritas at Don Pablo's. Get wood from a guy who's cool with both worlds: CTS Wood Design.
Now armed with a spanking new website, Coppell-based CTS is the hobby-turned-career of an ex-IT veep who never lost belief in his high-school woodworking skills; now, he's divided his offerings into three specific categories: Furniture, Culinary, and, because you gotta have faith, faith, faith, Religious. Everything's completely hand-made in his state-of-the-art mill shop, and though custom orders are a large part of his operation, he makes several slick standard pieces, with Furniture including acoustically tuned drum tables in mahogany/black lacquer and maple, a glass-topped "Double U" side table in olive ash burl and rosewood veneer, double-tiered black coffee/side tables w/ zebrawood inlays, and similarly zebra'd nesting tables, a set of which were recently commissioned for George W. Bush's Dallas office, a move the President's defenders swear was to provide a place to rest giant books...of mazes! Sweet kitchen action covers a range of exotic wood cutting boards/trivets/tables (also available w/ collegiate logos), wood-handled chef knives, pub/kitchen island extension tables, and Lazy Susans with hardwood inlays from walnut & mahogany to bubinga, ebony, wenge, and quilted maple, far more luxurious than 2-plywood.
For those looking to get religion, there are votive holders, postmodern advent wreaths, and stylized hand and wall crosses, some of which are sold, and some simply gifted to elderly churchgoers -- and of course, walking around town giving away inventory for free is the first sign that someone's been drinking Lotsaritas.