Luke Comes to Life
Imagine what it was like to be among the early Christians who saw Jesus ascend, the Holy Spirit come down, and the Church expand from Jerusalem, to Judea, to Samaria, and to the Gentile world.Visit Page
Acts After the Passion
Listen, as if you were Theophilus, to Luke as he recounts the beginnings of the Church.Experience the joy, the pain, the persecution, the triumph as ordinary people, empowered by the Holy Spirit, perform extraordinary Acts.Visit Page
Hebrews: These Last Days
Join the writer of Hebrews as his passion to communicate the majesty and beauty of Jesus to his fellow countrymen drives his careful, well-thought-out telling of what has become one of the richest theological writings of the New Testament.Visit Page
Stepping Into the Pages
Learn how to share the Scriptures using mime, drama, and storytelling. Participants in this workshop will explore the creative process that actors use and employ it in a meditative way.Visit Page
Louder Than Words
Encourage creatively gifted people to give their gifts in ministry by investing in their artistic development, cultivating an instinct of communicating through gesture and action.Visit Page
Jesus was a Storyteller
Before the events and words of Jesus were ever written, they were lived and spoken by Jesus Himself. One doesn’t have to be very imaginative to conclude that Jesus must have been a captivating storyteller and teacher. Through presentations, we provide our audience with a fresh perspective on God’s Word and an increased hunger to study and meditate on what Scripture is saying to them. We help draw audiences into the flesh-and-blood life of Christ allowing them to gain a greater understanding of Jesus’ ministry and teachings.
In today’s world, we are constantly inundated by a barrage of ideas and images that reflect the world and all of its values. A Dramatic Encounter is an experience in the exact text of Scripture brought to life in a compelling and engaging way. In an age where we receive much of our entertainment through screens, we are used to seeing dramas from the detached safety of our living rooms. As a live show, Wesley breaks through this barrier, walking through the audience, interacting with them, and making them confront the emotional reality of the text.