Item description for Easter Program Builder No. 20 by Beacon Hill Press...
Overview Plays, skits, songs, and recitations for all ages are collected here for your Lenten or Easter program. You'll find poems for ages 3-11, a puppet play by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Lives That Touched Jesus, an Easter presentation for juniors and teens, Mary's Message, A Dramatic Monologue with live portraits, and an Easter pageant with ten short scenes. Four original hymns are also included.
Publishers Description (Lillenas Publications). Lillenas' 20th Easter Program Builder includes several types of scripts that make it unique. "Were You There?" is a choral reading for children ages 9-11. Also included is a presentation for teens titled, "Lives That Touched Jesus." It features short monologues from characters such as disciples John and Judas as well as Pilate, Simon of Cyrene, Mary Magdalene and Mary Mother of Jesus. The book ends with several songs for the season.
Community Description Lillenas' 20th book in the Easter Program Builder series includes several types of scripts that make it unique. 'Were You There?' is a choral reading for children ages 9-11. Also included is a presentation for teens titled, 'Lives That Touched Jesus.' It features short monologues from characters such as disciples John and Judas as well as Pilate, Simon of Cyrene, Mary Magdalene and Mary Mother of Jesus. The book ends with several songs for the season.
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Studio: Lillenas Drama
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.76" Width: 6.56" Height: 0.12" Weight: 0.14 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1988
Publisher LILLENAS PUBLICATIONS #134
ISBN 0834195887 ISBN13 9780834195882
Availability 0 units.
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William M. Greathouse has served his denomination as a pastor, professor, college president, seminary president, and general superintendent. Concurrently with these leadership roles, he found time for a writing ministry of books and articles contributing to the literature of Wesleyan-Arminianism. Willard H. Taylor, Ph.D. Dr. Taylor (deceased) served as dean and professor of biblical theology at the NazareneTheologicalSeminary, Kansas City. He was a graduate of Olivet Nazarene College and reiceived his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Garrett Theological Seminary (Northwestern University). He took additional graduate studies at the University of Chicago. He joined the seminary faculty in 1961 after serving three years as president of Canadian Nazarene College, Red Deer, Alta. He also served in the pastorale for 10 years. He wrote for numerous perlodicais, theological dictionarles, and scholarly journals, and was a contributor to Exploring Our Christian Faith and Beacon Bible Commenary. He was coeditor of the 12 volume Beacon Bible Expositions.