I was interviewed by Greg Thomas of TSC along with playwright/director David Ham and co-director, Marco Santiago about my co-directing The Cross and the Switchblade. The discussion centers around the production and gives valuable insights into using one's artistic and creative gifts for the Lord. Click here to listen to the podcast.
On Sunday I performed "A Samaritan Woman" at our Westchester Chapel, just north of New York City (WestchesterChapel.org). I developed this a one-woman piece with international and Off-Broadway producer John Forbes and international performer Rich Swingle.
Here's Rich's introduction...
I'll post clips from the performance soon, but Pastor Joyce Swingle preached between Patricia's performance and testimony which you can hear below...
Closing observations are by Pastor Randy Solomon.
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