Revelation

We just found out about a musical production of Revelation, which presents the final book of the Bible word-for-word, spoken and sung. It's running May 9 through June 9 at The Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal St., NYC: www.Revelation.nyc.

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We're thrilled to see a new generation called to dramatize this powerful book, as I was at the end of the last millenium. My one-man play, The Revelation, is still available for performances anywhere in the world.

The Word Will Set You Free

I got to open our service at Westchester Chapel this morning, and I observed that on St. Patrick's Day our sermon was on freedom in Christ! It was an amazing, and unplanned, correlation, since Patrick was a slave, who escaped, only to have a vision calling him to return to the land of his captors to explain the way to be free in Christ.

Pastor Randy Solomon preached on John 8:31-36. Dr. Linda Warren Prayed over the service.

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This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.

I played an excerpt from Roger Nelson's one-man play, The Confession of St. Patrick. You can see the full trailer here:



The Hill Family will be blessing us by leading us in a couple of hymns before performing at Carnegie Hall on March 31. Here's one of their music videos:



We sang two songs that were a part of worship at The Send. Here's a recap:


The Send Recap

At The Send 58,878 believers gathered in Camping World Stadium believing for a tipping point of action— A NEW ERA of Missions & Evangelism. A central part of The Send is making practical commitments to adopting a mission field. 18,196 committed to the Jesus Fast. 531 people responded to the Gospel. 2,467 people committed to reaching High Schools & 2,197 committed to reaching Universities. 5,064 committed to adopting their neighborhood & 5,423 committed to reaching the nations. THE WAR ON INACTION HAS BEGUN & WE ARE JUST GETTING STARTED.

#TheSend

Posted by The Send on Friday, March 1, 2019
You can watch as much of the twelve hours of the Send as you'd like for free at www.Facebook.com/TheSend (under videos).

If you want to more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.

Photo courtesy of NicolettiPhoto.com.

There are still openings for the 2018 Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp.

Report on the Great Experiment and Roger Nelson's Memorial

The photo is of Joyce and I with Roger Nelson and two of his New York friends during the run of our 2006 collaboration, Fire Off-Broadway.

I recorded a report on my experience at Roger's memorial and my experience with this round of the Great Experiment, which I was involved with when I read Scripture and led hymns at the memorial.

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Links to things I mention:
More on Roger: www.RichDrama.com/RogerNelson
The Great Experiment and revival at Asbury College: www.DayAndNight.org
Curt Cloninger: www.CurtCloninger.com
George Fox University: www.GeorgeFox.edu
Scripture Reading: www.RichDrama.com/BibleReading
Christian Union: www.ChristianUnion.org
Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action: www.RichDrama.com/IvyLeague
The Send: www.TheSend.org
YWAM: www.YWAM.org
Starting a relationship with the Lord : www.RichDrama.com/MyPassion
Beyond the Chariots at the Singapore Expo: www.RichDrama.com/BtC
My friend's church: www.TheRockAnaheim.com


Roger and I rented an Off-Broadway theatre to do two of our plays, and this was the one I chose: Beyond the Chariots. Watch it online and book a live performance.

Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy

We really enjoyed Timothy Mahoney's first Patterns of Evidence film, Exodus. We just watched a screener of his newest, Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy, and we loved it! It's very well made, and, like the first one, it gives equal time to scholars on both sides of the issue.

The Pentateuch, the first five books of the Bible are attributed to Moses by Scripture and by scholars as early as 150 BC. With the rise of modern skepticism, biblical scholars have argued that Moses couldn't have written the Pentateuch because the Hebrew alphabet wasn't invented until long after the Exodus. Egyptian hieroglyphics would not have been a practical way of writing that much information. Mahoney tracks down archeologists and linguists who make many convincing arguments that the first alphabet was an early form of Hebrew, and it was invented within an 11 year window during which Joseph lived. If you follow the logic of the film, you will see that there is no reason to doubt that Moses could have written the first five books of the Bible, as Scripture says he did.

Can't wait to see it on the big screen! It will be in cinemas nationwide March 14, 16 and 19. You can get tickets now at www.PatternsOfEvidence.com/moses.

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There are still openings for the 2018 Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp.