June 08, 2005

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If the presentations of Rich and/or Joyce Swingle have impacted your life feel free to post your own comment below.


At 8:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was at the presentation of "5 Bells for 9/11" at the South Hills Church of the Nazarene in Bethel Park, PA. This performance was awe-inspiring and very moving. I wondered how the families of those who perished would feel, reliving these moments. My question was answered when Mrs. Ann van Hine spoke at the end of the program. She is evidence of God's healing power. I would encourage anyone who has not seen this to do so. I am thankful that Rich Swingle and Ann van Hine are using the gifts God has given them in this powerful way. May He bless them abundantly for their obedience.

At 11:32 PM, Blogger Brian B said...

I met Rich over this weekend at a Worship Arts Retreat through my church that was held in Wisconsin and I have to say Rich is one of the most genuinely nice guys I've ever met. He has passion for his work as an actor and he loves the Lord. It was a pleasure to see him doing His (God's) work and eating lunch with him was a pleasure; he is such a nice guy! Brian B, Warren MI

At 10:28 PM, Anonymous ReneeR said...

Well- better late than never I suppose. Rich did his "Views from a Manger" one man play for our church,Lagrange Christian Assembly in Lagrange, IL this past Christmas. I really appreciated the fact that he was able to weave deep Biblical truths into the fabric of this very entertaining performance.i.e.One of Rich's many characters points out that, understood in the cultural context of Abraham's day, God's action of walking through the pieces of the sacrifice while cutting covenant with Abraham designates that God himself is the covenant keeper. This role was usually reserved for the lesser king in the covenant who had the burden of keeping to the terms of the covenant or bearing the consequences.
This was a wonderful foreshadowing of how God made himself less as a baby in a manger in order to bear the burden of keeping his covenant with mankind, on the cross. It was an energetic and insightful performance.

At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Bernie Bernhardt said...

Rich, I don't know if I ever officially thanked you for all that you've done! Being able to go to MasterWorks was a dream come true, and it happened only through God's Providence! And MW FAR exceeded any expectations I had! I was floored when I saw all the talent that I was getting a chance to work with. I don't think I've ever felt the presence of the Holy Spirit so poignantly before, and I know that I've never experienced Him so personally before! My life is changed! Not to mention the AMAZING friends I made there, and more than just friends--lifelong brothers and sisters! And I've never felt so completely satisfied and happy with a theatrical production before! MW was a mind-blowing, amazing experience. Praise God! And thank you for allowing HIm to use you! You have no idea what kind of an impact you made on all of us!!! God bless. :)


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