The Lone Ranger makes an appearance by interrupting a weekend service already in progress. The theme for the day is "Relationships" (the song "That's What Friends Are For" has just been sung during slides of people in friend-oriented situations). The Lone Ranger is concerned that something "un-American" ..
A Guest Editorial
by Judson Poling
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One evening Cheryl decides to list the qualities she's looking for in a "real man." Much to her surprise her dreams come true and she's faced with three men: a rugged individualist, a twentieth-century entrepreneur, and a poetic type. After seeing their strengths and weaknesses she rejects them all ..
A Real Man
We often worry about appropriateness. How is this going to look? Is this okay? Maybe more than God does? That is the thought Ron probes as he tells to us the story of a fifteen year old girl in need of help. Sometimes in scenes with "young Hannah" and sometimes talking to the audience directly, Ron ..
A Welcome Thing
by Mark Demel
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In this sketch we see how an "everyman" character responds to God's desire to be a part of his life. In his college years he is too busy with studies and asks God to come back when he is more settled. In his early adulthood he has too many responsibilities, but this time asks God to come back when ..
by Sharon Sherbondy
Russ is a well-intended dad trying to build a backyard play system for his kids. He feels overwhelmed by the scope of the project, but is determined to finish it to show his neighbor, "Home Depot Dan," that he can do it. His wife Tammy, while affirming his other fatherly abilities, tries to talk Russ ..
Four men are at their weekly small group meeting in a restaurant. The topics of discussion are what you'd expect from a normal men's group: sports, new cars, refinancing, work. But as the meeting continues, one man opens up about his marital problems. The conversation takes a quick turn to the serious, ..
Breakfast Club, The
Two men in an office anticipate a reprimand for their failure to get the loan the company needs for expansion. Though they tease each other good-naturedly about what they will have to endure, Allan is having deeper questions about his significance to the companyand in reality, his significance ..
A simple conversation between friends at a coffee shop turns into a powerful battle between the raw pangs of shame that often haunt us, and the bright hope of healing. This excellent drama confronts people with a tangible, spiritually penetrating reality about regret and shame, and the power of true ..
by Jeff Berryman
by Steve Pederson