Jenny is a member of the music and drama teams at Lifesong Community Church in Central Virginia. She loves creative art in worship and gets excited about how God uses different types of worship from song to dance to reveal Himself to others. Through the Lifesong drama team, aptly named Organized Chaos for Christ, Jenny sees how God can take a beautiful hodgepodge of people and talents and meld them into an awesome worship experience (even after practice pandemonium). Jenny enjoys going on adventures with friends, spending time with her nieces and nephews, and burrowing on her couch writing skits in her pajamas.
An adoptive mom, her adopted son, and Mary, mother of Jesus, share their experiences as they each discover that God provides, even when it seems impossible. When we feel unequipped for what’s in front of us, God gives us what we need.
A skit about missional living. Kim and Becky are trying to figure out how to live out the Great Commission. Becky leads Kim to a cow pasture to start their evangelical journey because she is hesitant about sharing the Gospel. Kim and Becky soon discover, though, that God can use them anywhere as long as they have a serving heart.
When Becky and Jackson discover a bright light, they illuminate the darkness around them. While Abby dislikes having the light reveal what’s around her, Debbie convinces them to keep the light shining to help guide people.
A skit about God using our weaknesses. Three well-known characters in the Bible are interviewed for the job God has in store for them. Despite their own weaknesses, we know God used them to His own glory, showing how He can use us as well.
A skit about taking the log out of one’s own eye before helping a friend remove a splinter. Problems occur during a humanitarian society meeting when the leader continues in her own sin, but judges her fellow members.
A skit about being prepared to work for God when He needs you. Problems occur when Brandon tries to be prepared for any circumstance, but misses the point of being spiritually prepared.
As Abby sits down for Thanksgiving dinner with Jesus, she’s faced with the difficult reminder that we are to be thankful for everything—even the things that are unpleasant or painful.
Two friends follow a narrow path to a scenic view, but are tempted by an easier path leading to quicksand.
A Readers Theater for graduates; Appropriate for Baccalaureate services or other graduation ceremonies.