Jason Jackson wanted to be a thug. Along with his attitude, he refused to listen to anyone. This included his mother, who sent him to the country to live with his grand father, who was a minister, after being jailed as a teenager. Jason deceived his grandpa to return back home to find more trouble. While serving time, the young man became a member of a hellish gang which caused him to miss the rapture. Finally, after his relatives no longer lived on Earth, Jason "Churchboy" Jackson only knew, he should have listened.
If you have a love for drama, especially Christian drama, you will note that it can be ministries within a ministry. The performances can truly minister to an audience; but I believe that ministry also takes place with the cast and helpers. When we come to Christ, we are each given at least one gift, and when each member has the opportunity to utilize these gifts ministry takes place within and with out. The bible gives the best illustration of this in I Corinthians chapter twelve when it speaks of the body of Christ and each member using their gift to minister to the other members, thereby giving glory to God. Drama can open the door for many gifts to function where other ministries may not; Consider these: Carpentry- helping to build and construct props Seamstress- making costumes etc. Stage designing and setting Lighting Technicians Sound Technicians Writers When all these gifts come together it increases opportunity for fellowship and that fellowship grows and binds them together in love. And when the plays themselves are over and the curtain has closed on the fi nal scene, it is the fellowship and love that remains and we are left longing for the opportunity to come together again. This is a piece of the puzzle I see when I write a play and I cant wait to put all the other pieces in their places.
Victoria’s only desire in life was to meet back up with her high school sweetheart and to have the perfect family. At the time it didn’t matter to her that her “ideal” man would come with challenges and heart ache. James was her choice and whatever it took she was going to make her dreams with him come true. Step into the life of Victoria and watch how a teenager grows into a woman with many choices and challenges. Feel her determination as she goes through her lifes journey with her family facing trials and tribulation that she never expected, While trying to be a good wife and mother and hold her family together, watch how Victoria finds strength to persevere.
Detroit homicide Detective Bonnie Benham has been transferred from narcotics for using more than arresting and is working the case of a killer of adolescent girls. CSI collects DNA evidence from the scene of the latest victim, which had not been detected on the other victims. But no suspect turns up in the FBI database. Due to the notoriety of the crimes a task force is put together with Bonnie as the lead detective, and she implores the D.A. to use an as yet unapproved type of a DNA Search in an effort to identify the killer. Homicide Detective Neil Jensen, with his own history of drug and alcohol problems, understands Bonnie's frailty and the two detectives become inseparable as they track this killer of children.
In the early 1900s the coming of the Wards Catalog, both the Summer and Winter issues, was an EVENT. There it appeared in the mailbox.... a picture book, a place for children to learn new words, the latest fashions and shoes. There was even a detailed method of measuring a child's foot. There was furniture, tools, toys and even baby chickens could be ordered. You could choose a variety of fowl, and even ask they to be sexed. There was no guarantee against a crowing 'hen' of two, it was just soup kettle for him. When outdated, the catalog furnished small, handy sheets of paper for multiple uses, and was finally relegated to the small house at the back of the property. So when Mr. John Hansen required a mother for his two young children, where would he look? That was a no-brainer for young Florie and Eddie... just look in the catalog.