A contemporary look at Simon Peter, "The Rock," who denied the Lord but found forgiveness.
Jesus' trial before Pilate is revisited, as readings from the Old and New Testaments answer Pilate's questions.
This touching reader's theater examines the effect of divorce on children: "They said they were getting a divorce. I remember seeing my Lego set in the corner of the room and thinking, 'I wish I was a Lego person; they're made to come apart.'"
This reader's theater piece is written for two readers but can be performed by more. It is a touching exploration of the places we look for love while ignoring God's still, small voice telling us, "You're wonderful. I love you."
This is a dramatic reading, primarily of Scripture, focusing on God's glory. It is a powerful display of the power of God through numerous Scripture references.
A middle-aged man trying to work off debts gets a “lesson” in life and money planning from his teenage coffee house co-worker.