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08Aug
This is going to be difficult for me but I think I'm up to the challenge. Understand, I am a wise woman of strong opinions. :-) After all, when I'm right, I'm right, right? ;-) So many people seem to be in a quandary as to voting this year.  Personally, I've just about tuned out the entire horse race.  Yet within me is the conviction that vote I must. My forefathers, brave men like John Hancock and George Washington and James Madison risked swinging from a gallows so that I might have the privilege....

Speaking

Holiday Specials

Through story, music and drama, Kay breathes new life into your Christmas, Easter, Mother's Day, Thanksgiving or Valentine's Day festivities.

Barefoot, Broke and Pregnant

(Christmas)
A dramatic presentation of the story of Mary, the Mother of Jesus. Theme: God wants each of us - male or female - to come before Him barefoot (humbly), broke (withholding nothing), and pregnant with the power of the Holy Spirit.

The Gift Goes On

(Christmas)
Dramatizes the circle of love God initiated through the process of giving to others.

The Promised One

(Christmas)
The prophetess Anna speaks to women today as they view the baby Jesus and the risen Lord.

Excuse Me!

(Easter)
Is a dramatization of the life and times of Mary Magdalene and Divine forgiveness and restoration.

They Saw Him Die!

(Easter)
Explores, through drama and music, the thoughts of those gathered at the foot of the cross during the final hours of Christ's life.

Loving God, Loving Each Other and a Handful of M&M's

(Valentine's Day)
Illustrates the sameness on the inside of God's children even though outside we may look and act totally different from one another.

Wildly, Madly, Passionately In Love (2-parts)

(Valentine's Day)
Kay compares humorous and intimate moments in her 37 year romance with her husband with her on-going love affair with Jesus Christ, the Lover of Song of Songs. Part 2 is how God responds to her during their intimate moments in worship.

Stuffed Birds, Marshmallow-covered Yams and all the Dressing

(Thanksgiving Day)
Dramatizes the need for gratitude and Thanksgiving every day of the year. Theme: to know the will of God for one's life.

Mothers, Daughters and Other Strangers

(Mother's Day)
Uses humor and drama to illustrate the beauty and complexity of the relationship between a mother and a daughter. Theme: Celebrating a scripture-based understanding of God and His closeness to each of us.

Lessons I Learned from My Kids

(Mother's Day)
Kay uses sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant anecdotes to demonstrate how a wise parent takes the time to learn Eternal truths at the feet of her child.

Mary, Mary!

(Mother's Day)
A monologue between sisters Mary and Martha as they discover the true purpose of their friend, Jesus.

I am Woman; Hear Me Purr

(Mother's Day)
Celebrates Christian womanhood through scripture, drama and song.