Biblical Accounts

  • Dramas directly from the Old and New Testaments that provide insights into life in Biblical times along with relevant messages for today
  • Casts of professional actors in costume along with spontaneous audience participation to complete the casts
  • 45/60 minutes in length and adaptable for all ages and locations

“Abraham, Sarah, and At Long Last Isaac”
(based on Genesis 15, 17, 18, 21, 22)

  • The story of Abraham and Sarah who waited many years for God to bless them with a child, a boy who would later be requested by God to become a sacrifice
  • With a lesson about God’s promises and provisions for the faithful and obedient

“Adonijah, the Arrogant Prince”
  (based on I Kings 1:1, 5-53)

  • The account of the arrogant fourth son of King David who tried to make himself king, while Nathan the prophet and King David devised other plans with God’s leading
  • With a lesson in being a leader by having a heart for the Lord and putting Him first

“Blind Bartimaeus”
(based on Mark 10:46-52)

  • The miracle of Jesus’s healing a blind beggar, someone whom all others thought was worthless
  • With a lesson in changed attitudes and helping others

“Consider the Lilies”
(a one-hour Passion Play based on the Gospel accounts)

  • The ministry of Jesus with teachings from the Sermon on the Mount, healings, and parables, all leading to His crucifixion and resurrection
  • With the message of salvation

“Daniel, Bold to Pray”
(based on Daniel 6)

  • The example of Daniel’s faithfulness in praying to God against King Darius’s orders and God’s faithfulness to Daniel in delivering him from the den of lions
  • With a lesson of being bold in living one’s faith

“Esther: A Light in a Dark Place
(based on the book of Esther)

  • The rags to riches intriguing true story of Esther who becomes a queen who saves her people, the Jewish nation
  • With an example of God’s plan and victory for his people and those obedient to Him

“Jonah, Are You Listening?”
(based on the book of Jonah)

  • The account of Jonah’s disobedience to God but God’s using a big fish to save him and provide second chances for Jonah and the people of Nineveh
  • With a lesson in forgiveness and second chances from God

“Lost and Found”
(based on Luke 15)

  • The three parables showing how much God loves and rescues those He loves while the angels in heaven rejoice: The Lost Coin, The Lost Sheep, and The Lost Son
  • With the lesson that God forgives sinners and expects his children to forgive each other

“Rahab, a Harlot’s Faith”
(based on Joshua 2 and 6)

  • The transformation of a harlot in Jericho to a hero of faith as she helps rescue two of Joshua’s spies, who rescue her later when the walls come tumbling down
  • With the lesson of God’s power and forgiveness

“A Letter to Philemon” 
(based on the Epistle to Philemon)

  • The story of Philemon’s runaway slave Onesimus, his conversion in prison with Paul, and Paul’s plea in a letter for Philemon’s forgiveness toward his slave
  • With emphasis on the importance of witnessing and the challenge of forgiveness

“Simon Peter, Fisherman”
(based on accounts from all four Gospels)

  • Simon Peter’s discipleship from the time Jesus called him to be a follower until his denial of Jesus and his eventual forgiveness by the Risen Christ
  • With a call to follow Jesus today and share Him with others

“Without Love” 
(based on Luke 10:25-37 and 15:11-32)

  • Two parables that illustrate God’s forgiving love and the kind of love He calls His children to share with each other—the Parables of the Good Samaritan and the Lost Son
  • With illustrations of Christ-like love