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6 Aug 2018

Incredible Christian Pride Required

Recently a dear friend and DramaShare contributor was going through a downtime, a time of which most in ministry can relate. This is the email I sent to that person, I thought this might possibly hit a chord with others as well. As Christians its true that what we do is for the Lord, that’s…

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13 Aug 2017

Exploring Jesus’ Grandmother

I just finished writing and publishing a script based on the “mother of Mary” and it is getting attention. This script came about when a member sent me a custom script writing request for “the mother of Mary” and it really got my interest, especially since the mother of Mary is never mentioned in the…

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7 Jul 2017

Mountain Climbing Assistance

Earlier on this blog I talked about a lady named Trish who was faced with instant news that her husband Dave had inoperable cancer, he died within a few days. Trish’s lament was one which most of us have likely felt at one time or another: “The Bible says if we have faith the size…

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24 May 2017

The State Of Christian Drama

There are many terms to identify what we think of as Christian drama ministry. And  Christian drama can be performed in many places, whether on the church stage, in youth camps, in missions, on street corners, anywhere actually. And it may be called “church drama” or “church skits” or any number of other tags. So…

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11 Apr 2017

When The Mountain Won’t Move

Remember that Bible passage: “. . . . if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” But what about when, in spite of our best prayer efforts, that mountain won’t move? We…

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6 Mar 2017

The Last Book In The Bible

Over my long church life I have gained from being under the instruction of many astute pastors who through their sermons have been great teachers to me.  Often pastors will use the “sermon series” approach to preaching, and usually that is a meaningful way to preach and teach. (We won’t say anything just now about…

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12 Feb 2017

Thoughts Of Home

I came across this article written by our granddaughter Jenna Read as a school project when she was 11.  I am impressed with the honesty and love that comes through and, although I admit to being proudly prejudiced, I am also very impressed with the  untrained, natural wordcrafting it displays. Maybe we have a third…

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30 Jan 2017

Using The Bible Effectively

Through my long business life I tried to find the most reliable information, seeking reliable sources and materials. When I left the business world and, (by accident it seems), moved on to a  career as a Christian writer, I continued my obsession with seeking reliable reference. When I write Christian drama based on Biblical happenings…

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26 Nov 2015

Giving Thanks?

On this eve of the USA Thanksgiving, my thoughts strayed to of course being thankful. I wanted to focus on the obvious reasons to say thanks but my heart had other ideas! As a professional academic and music teacher I had a job to do. I liked to think I did my job well, to…

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