Dramatizing Your Story
Most of the dramas I write are written as one-man shows or monologues. Some of these have an on-stage focus as if the character is speaking to one or more other characters on stage. Other times, the text is delivered directly to the audience. Still other times, the character is talking to himself. Several of […]
I want you!
I want to add posts here more frequently; and 2) answer questions you may have.
A New Beginning
When my wife, Kristy, tells the story about how we started dating, she will typically start off with the story of the weekend before our first date. She had been engaged before we met and had been on a couple blind dates since her engagement was broken off. Her mom had come down for the […]
Performance or Worship
I recently found an article entitled “Is Performance a Dirty Word?” (Originally posted here). It deals with the ever-present comment, especially about church worship teams but also applied to just about any type of performance art used in the course of a service, “This is not a performance, it’s worship.” As a practitioner of performing […]
Sacrifice vs Obedience
God’s Word is filled with God telling people to make some extraordinary sacrifices. Abraham was asked to sacrifice his only promised son. Does God make this request of us? While it is certainly possible for God to ask someone to sacrifice a family member, I don’t think that it is his will for the majority […]
Lead a life worthy of your calling
Therefore I, a prisoner for serving the Lord, beg you to lead a life worthy of your calling, for you have been called by God.–Ephesians 4:1 (NLT) You have been called….for right now. A good number of people think that callings are far off things. Or maybe you think callings are only for people going […]