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This is a story of John’s life and choices – his death and the consequences of his decisions.

This play begins with John challenging his mother about a picture someone gave to him. It had a note on the back suggesting that his mother may have been unfaithful in her marriage. John has always feared being a part of a dysfunctional family and when his fears begin to materialize, he seeks ways to deal with this knowledge that may not seem appropriate as a child of God. Situations surfaced that require his forgiveness…i.e. an unfaithful mother and being deceived by his real father, who had been a friend to the family, but is now in prison on death row for a crime he says he didn’t commit, but if John was to believe that, then he would have to believe that his pastor is a murderer.

John turns to his girlfriend for support, but she too carries a secret that will push John over the edge. Eventually, John dies and wakes up to find himself face to face with the consequences of his choices and a Judge without mercy, but most of all, John comes face to face with the truth.

Length: 60 Minutes
Cast: 4 males, 3 females.
Audience: Teens and Adults
Genre: Contemporary Drama


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