Lights, Drama, Worship!

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Zondervan, Nov 1, 2003 - Religion - 96 pages
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Ideal for multi-cultural settings. Add meaning and muscle to your worship services with high-impact drama Presenting Lights, Drama, Worship! Diverse!---sweeping in different cultures and speaking to a broad array of issues Exciting!---packing a relevance and creative spark that will captivate your congregation Powerful!---brimming with dramas, sketches, and recitations that will touch hearts, break down barriers, and help people connect with God Each book in this four-volume series offers a variety of performance materials, from short, easy-to-perform sketches and readings to longer, more structured plays. Whether your church drama ministry is brand new or has been established for years, there's something for everyone, from beginners with little or no experience to seasoned players who want a challenge. Your one-stop drama resource covering . . . *Key aspects of Christian living---such as salvation, forgiveness, God's provision, love, persistence, and faith *Special occasions---Christmas, Easter, Mother's Day, Black History Month, and more *Each play includes---production tips for costuming * set design, props, and rehearsal notes * Scripture references * themes, summaries, and character lists *The volume also includes blocking tips * helpful tips from other dramatists * topical index Volume 1 Dramatic reading: God's Provision Reader's theater: Were You There? Sketches: The Gift Shop; How Is Your Quiet Time? Feature Play: Black Women Walking

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Karen F. Williams is an editor and writer who has a diversified career in journalism and publishing. Holding a master's degree in communication and creative writing from Regent University, she operates Author and Finisher Publishing Services in Nashville, Tennessee, and is the author of Sending Up My Timber: An African American Prayer Journal.

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