One of the Bible's more tragic stories is that of the relationship between David and his son, Absalom. We learn of the things that David didn't do to avoid the conflict with his son. If David had confronted, listened and spoke to his all his offspring involved in this sordid story, a lot of the family ..
David: Developing a Heart for God, Part 10: A Broken Heart
by John Ortberg
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Digging in the Dirt, Part 1: Where I Am From
by Steve Gillen
by Jarrett Stevens
A widow and her adult children are together for the Fourth of July. Stuck inside because of rain, the family decides to play Monopoly. The game begins with one of the sisters becoming upset because she can't have her favorite piece. As the game continues, the sibling rivalry becomes more and more evident, ..
by Ingrid De Sanctis
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Using a combination of two dramatic sytles- choral speaking and short monologue- four characters representing the child roles of a dysfunctional family (i.e., super achiever, clown, scapegoat, and lost child) reflect on learning the rules of life's most important game: "I know what you want." They each ..
I Know What You Want
by Judson Poling
Identity Theft, Part 1 & Part 2
by Mike Breaux
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Identity Theft, Part 3 & Part 4
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Guilt. Just that word alone tends to dredge up memories for anyone who hears it. That memory where I wasn't strong enough, pure enough, brave enough, smart enough, committed enough…whatever enough. Mike Breaux goes after those memories that turn guilt into a thief in this message that counters a ..
Identity Theft, Part 4: Pickpocketed by the Past
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A woman is studying for a nursing exam when the voice of her father comes back to haunt her. His criticisms, sneers, and lack of support verbalized over the years are now virtually resident in her even though he's been dead for two years. He steps out onto the stage and the two continue talking though ..
by Sharon Sherbondy
After Joseph is reunited with his brothers who earlier sold him into slavery, he had several options at the "reunion." It is the same with us when we've been wronged. We can react with revenge, we can approach the situation with resignation, we can refuse to accept it, or respond in God's way, the way ..
Joseph, Part 3: Forgiving Deep Wounds
by Dr. Gilbert Bilezikian
A mother and father deal with their son's desire to quit his paper route. The mother is sympathetic, but the dad realizes there's more at stake than just a job. This is really about sticking to something to the end-something the man's own father never did, leaving some painful scars. A pattern has developed, ..
Just Like Grandpa