Violinist: Katie Gayduchik Composer: Samuel Trevor Francis (1875)
O the deep, deep love of Jesus, vast, unmeasured, boundless, free, rolling as a mighty ocean in its fullness over me. Underneath me, all around me, is the current of Thy love; leading onward, leading homeward to my glorious rest above.
O the deep, deep love of Jesus, spread His praise from shore to shore! How He loveth, ever loveth, changeth never, nevermore! How He watcheth o’er His loved ones, died to call them all His own; how for them He intercedeth, watcheth o’er them from the throne.
O the deep, deep love of Jesus, love of ev’ry love the best; ’tis an ocean vast of blessing, ’tis a haven sweet of rest. O the deep, deep love of Jesus, ’tis heav’n of heav’ns to me; and it lifts me up to glory, for it lifts me up to Thee.
Глубока любовь Иисуса, Не постичь и не объять! Океаном волн могучих Изливает благодать! Наполняет, окружает Той любви поток живой, В дом небесный направляет Там, где славный Твой покой!
Глубока любовь Иисуса, Пусть земля хвалу воздаст! Ведь Он любит, вечно любит, Не изменит, не предаст! Глубока любовь Иисуса, Словно небеса небес… Возвышает меня в славу Там где ждешь Ты, мой Отец!
“The most common responses given when asked, ‘Why don’t you read the Bible,’ are: unable to comprehend, no time, boring, don’t like to read, too easily distracted, would rather be doing something else. The most common responses given when asked, ‘Why don’t you listen to an audio version of the Bible,’ are: boring, puts me to sleep, read with no emotion, too easily distracted. We believe we are creating an audio version of the Bible like never before!
•It’s preached in a contemporary language (The Message) with emotion rather than read in a hard to comprehend version with no emotion. •It’s complemented by dramatic, theatrical instrumentals rather than dead, distracting silence. •It’s captivating and interesting rather than boring. It’s like hearing the Word for the very first time !
“We are not trying to replace the Bible. We are simply trying to reach people that may never pick up a Bible. We are trying to help those who have difficulty reading/listening/comprehending the Bible. We are trying to solve a problem. We pray you are impacted in mighty way for the Kingdom of God.”
Runs April 14–May 10, 2020 Indiana Repertory Theatre (140 W. Washington St., Indianapolis) Adapted by Jessica Swale
Three sisters and their widowed mother lose their family home and must create new lives for themselves in a tiny seaside cottage. Along the way they face kindness and cruelty, duty and deception, as they try to navigate the complex social rules for proper young ladies. What will lead to lasting happiness and true love: practical good sense or following the sensibility of your heart? Sit back and indulge yourself in the wit and wisdom, the beauty and charm of Jane Austen.
Approximate Run Time: 2 hours and 45 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission
Sense and Sensibility is a period romance by Jane Austen. Recommended for patrons 9th grade and above.
“Jane Austen originally published her novels anonymously; today, she is one of the most wildly popular classic authors. Why? Her best books are breathlessly compelling; I find that once I get started, I can’t put them down. Jane Austen writes about the emotional and economic tangles of family and relationships with clear, direct honesty, warm-hearted humor, and gripping storytelling. Our production of Jessica Swale’s stage adaptation of Sense and Sensibility offers a timely and timeless point of view on today’s ongoing struggle to make equal space for women in a man’s world.”
Runs September 4–29, 2019 Indiana Repertory Theatre (140 W. Washington St., Indianapolis) By Reginald Rose
A young man’s life hangs in the balance as a trial jury meets behind closed doors to debate his guilt or innocence. Did he kill his father? Or is there reasonable doubt? What is justice, and how do we achieve it? You will be on the edge of your seat as a dozen men with different viewpoints try to agree on one verdict. This classic American drama from the 1950s could have been written yesterday with its provocative look at power, prejudice, and clashing perspectives.
Approximate Run Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes, with no intermission
Twelve Angry Men is a classic American drama that contains profanity and mild violence. Recommended for patrons 9th grade and above.
“The season opens with the classic American 1950s courtroom drama Twelve Angry Men. We select a play of this nature to unite the adult and student populations with a play that holds power for its strong dramatic tension, as well as its heated debates on the efficacy of the American justice system. It will pack a content and a style punch, and we’re excited to open our season with this quintessentially American high-stakes debate play that feels ripped out of today’s headlines.”
Fall is just around the corner! Grab your friends and join us for a painting party and fall drink tasting.
Thursday, August 22 | 6-9PM Cross America (840 Daniel Dr., Kokomo)
Our favorite artist, Kathy McDonald, will walk us through creating a lovely wood piece for our homes or work place. Thursday, August 22nd is the date and 40 spots are available. Get your tickets now! Click here to order tickets, or you can purchase tickets at the Doubting Thomas Cafe inside Cross America.