What a Day For a DayDream

With a dynamic imagination, Lara, the teenage lead, escapes from reality by projecting her problems into a '60s and '70s make-believe world of TV perfect families and disco-dancing schoolmates. Lara's biggest problem is trying to discern the truth while weeding through the mixed messages that she gets from parents and teachers, television and movies, advertising and news, friends and neighbors. The dialogue is real, dealing with teenage problems. . . and an issue that all of us deal with: finding who we are in Christ. 
 

Posted on October 2, 2017 .

Jailhouse Rocks: Shake, Rattle, and Roll

The musical opens as the children embark on a fun week of hiking and swimming at Camp Koinonia. But much to their disappointment, when they arrive a torrential downpour leaves them "jailed up" in the mess hall. While the children are inside, the Camp Director and the Junior Counselors teach them about Paul, Silas and Peter's experiences being "locked up," and how prayer and praise makes a difference.

Posted on October 2, 2017 .

Promise U

t's time for the annual "Cram and Jam" at Promise U to study for the big P2F2P2Y2K exam (or Precious Promises to Famous Followers of the Past 2000 Years.) "Sam, I Am" the dee jay provides the music for jammin' while faculty and friends help with the crammin' as they review God's promises to seven major figures in the history of evangelism. In the end, students identify God's greatest promise, "Whoever calls on the name of the Lord will be saved."
 

Posted on October 2, 2017 .

Sermon on the Mound

The musical centers around spring training for the Eagles baseball team. There's a new rookie, Mac Wire, who has been training with the team for forty days and forty nights, but is scared about tripping in the outfield, dropping the ball, and striking out. Mac learns the important lessons: We need to "suit up" in the armor of God, and should use God's word when the heat is on; each person is important and it takes a team; the world says you're finished when you strike out, but that's not so with Jesus Christ; and that the best players are the ones who spend most time with their "Head Coach"

Posted on October 2, 2017 .

Acorns to Oaks : Planted, Rooted, and Growing in Christ

This energetic musical from Celeste Clydesdale teaches children about growing in Christ.  As the children help Mr. MacDonald with his harvest, he teaches them the parable of the seed and the sower.  When they're visited by some mischievous crows and some rumor weeds, they begin to understand that the best way to produce the fruit God desires in their lives is to plant their roots firmly in God's word. 

Posted on October 2, 2017 .