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In the 2006 movie, Facing the Giants, Shiloh Eagles head
football coach, Grant Taylor challenges his team after losing the
first three games of what looks to be yet another dismal season.
When he asks his team what the goal of the team really is, and one
of the players responds that it is to win games, Coach Taylor
counters that the new team philosophy is that the team would give
God everything that they have and leave the rest to God. It is
with that philosophy that Destination Theatre Company creates our
dramatic productions. The vision of the company is to create
professional caliber theatrical productions for the whole family
through the use of Christian artists and technicians. That
vision is combined with our motto of "Excellence is where passion
and precision merge" to give our casts and crews their focus
throughout the rehearsal and performance processes.
However, creating theatrical productions is only part of the goal of Destination Theatre Company. Our larger, and much more important goal, is to "Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." (Matthew 28:19--American Standard Version) When we put together a production, it is saturated with prayer both before auditions, during auditions, during the rehearsal process and during the performances. Our prayer is always that, anytime someone sees a production of ours, that they will see God through our efforts.
That brings me to the most important question you will ever answer: Do you know Christ as your personal Lord and Savior?
"What does that mean?" you may be saying. The answer to that is very straightforward. Scripture tells us that everyone has sinned...in fact, we are born in sin. However, scripture also gives us a way to avoid the punishment that sin affords. You see, God sent His Son, Jesus, into the world over 2000 years ago to become the eternal sacrifice for the sins of every person. When he was born and died, he paid the price that none of us could afford and provided a free gift to every person alive.
"So, how do I receive this gift?" That is also easy. All you have to do is accept it. You see, when someone gives you a gift at Christmas or for your birthday, if you decline the gift and refuse to open it, it does you no good. You only reap the benefits of that gift if you accept it, right? The same is true with the free gift of God which is eternal life. The process of receiving the gift is a three-step process that is as easy as A-B-C.
And, the best part, all three of those parts can be summer up with this very simple prayer. If you will pray this prayer sincerely, you will be saved:
"Dear Jesus, I know that I have sinned. I believe that you came and died for my sins. At this time, I accept your free gift of salvation. I accept you as my Lord and Savior this moment. I know that you will help me in my walk as I grow in you. In Jesus' name, Amen"
"So, once I've prayed that prayer, then what?" I would encourage you to find a church in your area where you can begin attending. Having a church body will, first of all, give you a network of Christians who can help you in your walk with the Lord. Secondly, it will give you people to whom you can be accountable. Finally, it will provide the necessary information for you to continue your walk with God. If you need help finding a church in your area, let us know. If you have a Bible, begin reading it. It is the instruction manual for your new life with Christ. If you don't have a Bible, contact us here or your local church so that you can get one.
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