Mr. Andrews is in need of hope. He is struggling through life and doesn’t know where to turn. He calls the Hope Hot-line looking for answers. He talks with Prayer and agrees to place his hope in God, but when his needs are not met, after a few weeks, he calls back to talk with Prosperity, then Possessions. Nine months later, his life is worse than before and he comes to realize Prayer’s advice (to put his faith in God) was right all along.
My Great Black American
Tiffany is trying to write her Black History Month report, “My Great Black American”. She is struggling over whom to write about. Tiffany’s mother and uncle attempt to help but none of their recommendations intrigue Tiffany. Eventually, Tiffany comes to realize that her grandmother’s achievements had a greater impact on their family than any other person in history; so she chooses her grandmother as “My Great Black American”
Imagine a King
Mary and Joseph marvel over the gifts and words from the Wise Men. They now realize that Jesus is more than just their son, He is the promised King.
Struggle for Education
Throughout the history of America, Black Americans have always struggled for equal access to education. This sketch recounts three major education struggles in the history of Black Americans: Freedom to Learn; Justice to Learn, and Funding to Learn.
A teenage boy struggles with his inner man. He feels as if he’s a prisoner of his carnal nature and doesn’t know how to break free. With his last ounce of faith, he decides to turn away from his carnal man and yield to the Spirit of God.
Most of us (Christians) struggle to overcome personal hurts, bad habits, and hang-ups. This Reader’s Theatre piece exposes the false persona, (the “mask”) we wear to disguise how we are really doing. It examines why we wear a mask; what’s the impact of wearing our mask; and how we can remove our mask and recover for the sin and pain in our life.