Paul serves as Minister to Students (and Other Stuff) at his home church in West Virginia, but following God’s call has previously led him to stints in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Arkansas. Basically, if there are hillbillies there, the probability is that Paul has lived there and fit right in! Before returning to the West Virginia hills, Paul was the Minister to Students in Los Osos, California, where he loved watching the ocean and pondering the meaning of life. (He’s still pondering.) Paul loves to spend time with his beautiful fiancée, Mindy, and her awesome daughter, Mackenzie.
This Reader’s Theater script helps to bring hope to tragic events like the shootings in Las Vegas. It urges audiences to remember what happened and to remember God’s sovereignty the next time something terrible happens.
Mary and her father are writing letters to each other, revealing how he doubts the truth behind her pregnancy and the identity of her young son. This script is a blend of reader’s theater and an acted scene.
In this skit, a reader’s theater goes awry when two of the readers take it upon themselves to make some edits to God’s Word, in an attempt to be more “real” about gratitude.
A discouraged believer writes a letter to find encouragement and peace during the Christmas season in a crazy, mixed-up world.
This is a Readers Theater piece about our National Anthem and the faith of the man who wrote it.
Ever wonder what dads in the Bible were like? Probably not that much different than dads of today. This is a Reader’s Theatre celebrating dads!
Two school friends learn that everybody’s got a story.
After exploring some off-limits places, a girl examines the parallels with her own life.
This is a monologue or reading about Biblical mothers and our own mothers
A man stops in at the florist, but struggles with ordering the right flowers for his mother. He ultimately realizes an even better gift.