“Jerusalem’s Most Wanted” Performance Photos

sheeplaughs   February 7, 2018   Comments Off on “Jerusalem’s Most Wanted” Performance Photos

Today we share some photos found on a blog entry by Dawn Gahan who posted their performance of my script “Jerusalem’s Most Wanted.” Looks like they did a good job!

The prison guards are given strict orders to keep Peter locked up until his execution.

Peter sleeps peacefully while the soldiers guard him, and discuss his faith.

An angel appears to deliver Peter from the prison, and has trouble waking him!

Peter goes to see the saints praying for him, and they are amazed to see him.

The local newscast alerts the Roman citizens to watch out for the dangerous fugitive.

Be sure to get the script to read or do at your own church, by going here! Many churches have done it for something different at Easter.

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