"Hello, It's Me" is The story of a woman who desires to set her thoughts on God to help her quell the concerns and fears that battle within her mind. She finds that she has allowed life to distract her from, and over shadow God's voice. That same voice that so many times before had led her out of her dark places of worries and concerns. He answers her call by taking her on an intimate sojourn using biblical events to remind her once more, who He is and who she is in HIM. One such moment finds our sojourner watching Moses' wife; Zipporah, who is pondering the greatness of God as He takes the heart of a man; her husbands, and transforms it/him from who he was to the man standing before her this very day. She is witnessing her husband Moses as he stands calling out to the people of God "Do not be afraid", as he speaks to the wind and commands the Great Red Sea to part! Our sojourner hears as Zipporah speaks out..."Oh husband speak, tell me how can this be? That a man can be called, by the Living God? Just yesterday, you were tending our sheep, when the mountain awoke and He called you by name!" She knows and sees first hand how the heart of a man can be changed by God.
"May I Sup With You"
"May I Sup With You" is a story about a personal God who provides us freedom, boldness and blamelessness framed within a most intimate relationship of Love! Our story begins within the cell of the disciple John and takes place during the early days of the church's persecution. It represents an undocumented incarceration of John for his faith in Jesus Christ. In the isolation of his cell, John struggles with his own self-doubts and personal concerns for himself and the other disciples. His thoughts begin to weigh heavy on his mind...he wrestles with the darkness as it attempts to overtake the light. His fears eventually overtake him and they manifest into the voice of the adversary. He cries out. It is Jesus, The Shepherd of his heart, the Savior Himself who hearkens to John's cry and takes him on a most intimate journey to encourage John in the Spirit. He shows him through a series of visions, the faith and endurance of his brothers in Christ as they are strenghtened by their own personal relationship with the living God.