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Springs' Purposeful Productions! Part One

I'm grateful for family, friends and artists that inspire me by operating in their purpose. Today I highlight some of them and their productions. In March one of my fellow members of Rapha Evangelistic Worship Center, Ms. Suzette Maitland wrote and starred in a play entitled, ‘The Spirit and the Bride.’ Part 1 portrays the spiritual journey of a woman who attended a church that made her more depressed than joyful. Interactions with the pastor and some of the members were more like man’s rules than the love of God. It wasn’t until she continued to seek the father for herself and follow his instructions that she danced in the spirit, feeling the love and presence of God. Rapha Theatre will perform Part 2 of this series in the summer. Perhaps she’ll find a good place of fellowship to share her experience. More info coming soon! Visit Rapha Evangelistic Worship Center on Facebook! In April on NecoleBitchie.com By Nicole kane I read about the announcement of Meagan Good and Devon Franklin’s engagement. The picture was attractive and I was happy for them. I saw that he was a Seventh Day Adventist preacher and Vice President of Production for Columbia Pictures, a division of Sony Pictures. I never forgot an interview years ago in which Good made the interviewer aware that she was a Christian. I sought out more info about Franklin and found a You Tube video of him speaking at one of Bishop TD Jakes services. He spoke with such passion about the connections that the heavenly father places in our lives for our purpose and encouraged the purchase of his book, "Produced by Faith." I researched more and was able to view one of his inspiring sermons of which you can see him and his future bride embrace at the end. Compelled by Franklins’ testimony I purchased his book and was blessed by it! I couldn’t wait to read it each day on my way to work. I completed his book that same month; now that is a big deal for me and the beginning of new things. I would tell people about it and share some of what I learned. It’s a self-help, inspiring, career bio and testimony. ‘Produced by Faith’ is an engaging educator for those interested in film or not. Franklin details each phase of production and prompts people of faith to keep it real at work and in return they will be blessed the more. I loved it and highly recommend it to you! Begin your own spiritual journey and be true to the God in you! Part 2 next week. Be Blessed.

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