Jesus, the true light, came into this dark world to save the world. As those who have been brought out of the darkness into the light, we are called to
A reading for three voices as found in three translations of the Bible.
A young woman reflects and addresses the many “costumes” she has worn over the years, including funny stories of her childhood. In this lighthearted yet honest monologue, her journey leads
A energetic, hard-hitting reading of Galatians 5 for three voices as found in three translations of the Bible.
This sketch for 6 actors examines the relationships between key Bible story characters of Moses and Joshua, Elijah and Elisha, and Naomi and Ruth. It is a beautiful look into
A choral reading of Psalm 150 for five voices as found in five versions of the Bible.
Paul moves in and around 4 actors who are responding to his command to be wholly transformed by Jesus. They each gravitate toward a “false” security in coping with life,
A choral reading taken directly from the NIV. Psalm 139 is written for three voices, but can be arranged for your group.
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