Childrens' Musical

I have co-written a children's Christmas musical entitled "Livin' In the Green Pages." I am currently seeking a publisher for this musical, as the Lord allows.

Below is a brief explanation

"Livin' in the Green Pages" is a children's Christmas musical written by Brian Whitaker and Cindi Strobel. Accompanied by a live worship band, the children of Highland Community Church in Wausau, Wisconsin, first performed this musical in December, 2008.

"Livin' in the Green Pages" starts with a clear presentation of the gospel, using the colors of the "Wordless Book." Jake accepts Christ with enthusiasm, and the choir sings about how the angels rejoice whenever someone accepts Jesus.

Soon the four main characters realize that the rest of life involves growing in Christ - represented by the Green Page of the Wordless Book - and that all of life is really "Livin' in the Green Pages."

The rest of the musical examines what "Green Pages" living might look like for children ages 7-12. The main characters encounter Gossipy Girls, Blow-'em-Up Boys, and Greedy Gift Grabbers. They are challenged to see people from God's perspective (looking at the heart), and they learn some important ways the Bible applies to daily life.

For more information about "Livin' in the Green Pages," e-mail Brian T. Whitaker.

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