Interview on Arts & Entertainment with Deborah Gilbert

I was interviewed on Arts and Entertainment with Deborah Gilbert recently: 


I close by talking about my one-man play Five Bells for 9/11, which is free through tomorrow night (9/22) at www.RichDrama.com/FiveBells

See the rest of Olympic champion Eric Liddell's Chariots of Fire story in Beyond the Chariots. Watch it online and book a live performance.

Pray Over Broadway Live: The Hudson Theatre

Praying over the Hudson Theatre and announcing the 20th Anniversary performance of my play Five Bells for 9/11...


A new close to Five Bells for 9/11

 
Some of you may have already seen my play Five Bells for 9/11, but I just posted my 20th Anniversary performance at www.RichDrama.com/FiveBells. It will be available 11 days in September, 9/11-9/22. At the end I told how the cast and crew of What's a Girl to Do? appealed to Heaven and got the great news that the three-year-old boy who was found drowned in a pool, came back from the dead! I got a text the day after this performance letting me know the boy is "100%."
Click here to jump to the new ending.


I released “Pentecost: Beyond the Imagination,” a scene from my one-man play, The Actsat www.RichDrama.com/Pentecost.


Pray with Others Live: Hope-Filled Stories from 9/11

This week on Pray with Others Live, I share how a little boy came back from the dead after we prayed for him on the set of What's a Girl to Do? 

We also cover an article and interview I did with Ann Van Hine, who gives tours of the 9/11 Memorial: Twenty Years After Our Darkest Day the Light Still Shines

Lori Meed shares a story about her friend Gretchen Burkholder being led to the top of the World Trade Center to pray over people. I got to interview Gretchen and will post that interview here soon.
 


I'll post the 15th anniversary of performance of my one-man play Five Bells for 9/11 from 9/11 to 9/16. You can watch it at www.RichDrama.com/FiveBells