A squeaky clean, laugh-packed presentation about the really funny things that happen when we don't communicate clearly.
Wanda wears a costume, acts out some of the scenes of the novel and talks about the development of the story of this amazing woman leader. 50 minutes.
Junia, along with Andronicus, is commended by the Apostle Paul as "an apostle of note" in Romans 16:7. Wanda wondered: what would a little girl growing up in that male-dominated society be like and what experiences might she have had to prepare her to stand in the authoritative role of an apostle in the early church? Wanda answers those questions with anointed imagination as she dons a costume and "becomes" Junia to share her challenging journey in becoming an apostle. 50 minutes.
We've all heard a lot about Women's Lib, but Wanda shows how Jesus truly was the great liberator of women. She wears a costume and becomes a woman of Jesus' day and acts out several incidents, such as Jesus' healing of the bent-over woman in the synagogue. 40 minutes
Wanda "becomes" Queen Esther, complete with costume and crown, to tell her story. Also included are the stories of five other biblical characters God used to save the day and the amazing Eliezer Ben Yehudah, who fulfilled the prophecy of Zephaniah 1:9 when he restored the Hebrew language to Israel. The presentation ends with a challenge to make a difference "for such a time as this." 45 minutes
Wanda shows how many people in the Bible and throughout the ages have made significant contributions in their later years. She challenges her listeners to live every day to its fullest. Especially good for seniors and those planning to retire. 40 minutes
Do you dream about that time "Over the Rainbow" when everything is going to be just peachy? Join Wanda in a jovial and thought-provoking journey to Oz with Dorothy and her friends and discover that, as a Christian, you don't need a "wizard" to help you lead a fulfilling and overcoming life. 45 minutes.
Coming in 2017:
A presentation about Wanda's third novel in the series, Biblical Women Who Led the Way. She wears a queenly costume and "becomes" Queen Esther in some of the difficult decisions she faced. The audience is involved in the writing process of the novel.
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