Story-telling is one of the most effective ways to convey truths about God. This is evidenced by the fact that Jesus used parables and stories as his primary means to illustrate what He wanted to share. But some question if using drama in the church is appropriate. Jim Pappas, Adventist writer and story-teller, talks about the legitimate use of drama in ministry.
Clifford Goldstein didn’t believe in much, but one thing he did believe in was Truth. He just didn't know what it was or where to find it. As the fiery writer traveled Europe and Israel in search of his novel's soul, his quest for meaning of life continued, leading him to a different kind of altar. Little did he know that one dark night in the summer of 1979, his search would end with a decision that would change his life forever.
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Special thanks to Clifford Goldstein, Sergio Gonzalez, Angela Taipe, Rosemay Cangy, Loredana Dumitrascu, Jim Huenergardt, Adrian Bocaneanu, Jennifer Stymiest, Ansel Oliver, Garrett Caldwell, Andre Brink, Mylon Medley, Williams Costa Jr., Emily Mastrapa, Ty Gibson, Monte Sahlin, and Dan Weber.