Although he had been a writer for as long as he can remember, it was in 1992 that Bill gave his writing over to the Lord. Initially, there was no evidence that God wanted his puny efforts! But then in 1994, Bill was given the opportunity to write a few skits in support of the Creative Arts program at his local church. Shortly thereafter, the doors flew open with more opportunities to write full-length plays, musicals, and even more skits. He continues to be blessed with ever-expanding opportunities as a filmmaker and screenwriter, but believes there’s nothing like a good ol’ comedy skit in the midst of a worship service to make us all say, “Hmmmmm….”
Bill lives in Colleyville, TX with his wife Becky, has two daughters and one son-in-law who exhibit unending patience with his sarcastic sense of humor!
A man gets bad news from the doctor. His heart is filled with vengeance—and it’s killing him.
These are monologues delivered separately by each character. Appropriate for preparation for the Christmas season.
Lance runs into Mike at their high school reunion, dredging up the painful past of the championship football game and Mike’s missed pass.
After attending the funeral of a friend, two men contemplate the meaning of life and how easy it would be to just give up.
Tom reluctantly joins a support group for sinners, but he’s not sure he’s ready to face up to some things in his life or if God will love him despite his transgressions.
Four women are gathered around the well to catch up on their daily gossip when another woman joins them. Little do they know that the woman of ill-repute they are tearing apart is standing right there with them, unrecognizable because of what Jesus did for her.
It’s the day of the big announcement to Mary and some angels are anxiously awaiting Gabriel’s return to hear how it went.
Set in the future, a mom and dad confront their teen about using a word that is no longer allowed to say in public.
Have you ever felt beyond God’s love? While Karen and Lynn are shopping, Lynn confesses that after a divorce she can’t see how God could possibly love her anymore.
A man decides to be a mountain climber after watching a documentary on climbing Mt. Everest, but realizes there’s a lot of work to be done before taking on such a huge task.
Kyle gives Tyler a wide-open invitation to s hare his faith at the water cooler, but Tyler is completely unprepared and drops the ball.
After dying from a heart attack, Tim awaits his fate with a suitcase full of his earthly accomplishments, hopeful those things will get him into heaven.
When Tim and Jan get lost, they find a group that seem to have it all together. But after the group gives them some “help”, they realize that they’re still lost.
Julie and Joe have a problem keeping promises.
A younger couple and an older couple list the reasons why they shouldn’t serve in their church.
A woman is feeling guilty about not being a good enough Christian, so she visits The Office of Guilt Administration to find out just how truly awful she is.
Noah and Mrs. Noah stop to remind each other that even though they don’t understand it all, God has a purpose and a plan.
Four different scenes are depicted with four different perspectives on the cross.
Joe has just learned he’s going to be a dad, but not the way he had ever planned.