Clif lives in Wilmington, North Carolina where he serves as Associate Pastor of Worship and Music for Winter Park Baptist Church. He and his wife, Lynnette, and two children, Dale and Kelly have been in various parts of North Carolina for their entire lives. Clif also oversees the drama ministry of Winter Park Baptist where he enjoys acting and writing scripts for the worship experiences. Ever since his first stage encounter (many years ago!) of being Rolf in “The Sound of Music,” he enjoys seeing how drama makes people laugh, cry, sigh, ache or in other words experience real life emotions . . . especially when this draws one closer to God!
While fishing from his newly restored pier, a man wonders if his family can be restored from his past neglect.
A dad wants to pass on his faith through the stories passed on to him by his dad, but it doesn’t have the intended result.
A family puts more emphasis on winning an Easter egg hunt than understanding the importance of Easter.
Marriage can have its good days and bad days, but love that lasts will stand through any storm. A humorous look at Noah and his relationship with his wife while on the ark.
A father and son at odds write letters to each other, attempting to take those first steps to reconcile.
Friends gather to gaze at the brilliant star, not realizing they’re completely missing the purpose of the star in the first place.
This Christmas poem calling on Christians to let peace begin with their hearts, is perfect for your Christmas Eve or candlelight service.
At times, we get excited as we gather within the walls of the church for worship and activities, but hesitate to intentionally share the love of God with those we meet out in the world.
A worship leader struggles with seeking personal recognition over giving God the glory in his life.
Christ came into the world not just to dispel the darkness, but to help us learn to act and grow within the darkness as we develop our faith.
Live from Jerusalem, it’s the Palm Sunday Parade! Join in and listen to the color commentary as the crowd gathers to welcome a King.
Teenagers have a difficult time understanding the advice and guidance from their parents…just as all of God’s children struggle with the direction of their heavenly Father.
It’s late at night in the barn and the animals are all excited! A baby was born and they were there to greet the newborn King. This script is perfect for your Christmas Eve service or for a Children’s Sermon.
Bill’s concerned that the true meaning of Christmas has been compromised so he comes up with an alternative to Santa.
When we stop and focus on what we are truly thankful for, we can find joy…even in the midst of a stressful, busy life.
A man asking for help gets more than he bargained for when he relies on the wrong device for guidance.
When we reflect on Peter’s denial of knowing Jesus, do we think we could have done better? How do we deny Jesus in our daily lives?
Can our own attitudes cause us to miss celebrating Easter? See how a man is more concerned with fashion than worship. What barriers keep us from focusing on God?
Do we get so caught up in worldly tasks that we almost miss the birth of Jesus? What are we really looking for at Christmas?
Do we get so caught up in finding just the right gift at Christmas that we miss the greatest gift of all? A child who gets to select a favorite gift at Christmas points us to the best gift of all.
A game show deals with hard-to-believe facts and leads us to think about the reality of the birth of Jesus.
Jim reminds Bill that at Christmas, there is always hope.