Yo Mother Yo Sister Yo Daughter Yo Aunt Yo Cuzin . . . .
The ladies were talking about you, brothers, to our women . . . .
The message is right on! The production top notch! The delivery hit the high notes in message and tone! The band got a groove on that kept a beat that had us bouncin’ and clappin’ all evening long! The big hips were swingin! The Christians’ hands and arms were wavin! And all in a palatial setting!
Let’s help keep this show on the road – it needs recognition, sponsors and supporters.
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Bob, thanks for your support in capturing some of the most incredible moments and essence of the play–EMERGE 7 Women, 7 Stools. The play was off the chart and for everyone, IMPACTED! The messages performed by each character brought an awareness of the various forms of pain, abuse, and ultimately a spiritual connection to the Sovereign God, to help those wounded find healing from hopelessness and shame, as we watched and listened to our own stories being uncovered and revealed through the lense of others. I pray the people of Spokane were inspired, enriched, and found a sense of peace in the messages shared by these professional women on Saturday night.
Thank you to the writers for presenting our truths in a fun and creative format. To the performers and musicians thank you for being wonderful vessels. Mr. Kemp and Carolyn Johnson I offer you a heart filled thank you for caring about our Spokane Community and putting us in the loop. I pray to GOD that every finacial obligation is met and that you all receive more than you have room for, pressed down shaking together may your cups run over. The B.S.U. @ SFCC supported this event in full force and I pray your strength as you all continue to make your presence kinown in our College Community. I also appreciate the S.A.A.V. for this form that is our Communities Voice…