You are invited to join Light on the Corner Church on Sunday, August 13th at 10:45 a.m. for a special presentation of
IN HIS STEPS by actor
Chuck Neighbors. 

In His Steps is an adaptation of Charles Sheldon's classic novel, which has sold millions of copies and is ranked as one of the best-selling books of all time.  First published in 1896, In His Steps is the story of a group of Christians who revolutionize their community when they dedicate themselves to live by one simple code: "What would Jesus do?"

There is no cost to attend the play, but a free-will offering will be taken for Master's Image.  After the play, stay to have an opportunity to speak with Chuck and check out the table with pictures of children around the world who need a sponsorship through Food for the Hungry.

  Chuck Neighbors  Chuck Neighbors has over 35 years of professional theatre experience as an actor, director, and writer.  He has toured his one-man shows throughout North America as well as abroad.  His most popular one-man drama, In His Steps, has been featured on radio and television and performed before hundreds of live audiences.  Chuck has performed in theatres, churches, gymnasiums, airplane hangars and even on board a submarine.  He has traveled by planes, trains and automobiles (and buses and boats) and even by helicopter to mountaintops in Korea, performing for U.S. military troops. 

Chuck's published works include his bestselling Drama Now, Short Scenes For Worship, What Would Jesus Do?, The Comfort Zone, In the Moment (Lillenas Publishing), and Power Plays (Baker Books). He has also written numerous magazine articles on the arts and worship.  Chuck is much in demand as a workshop/seminar leader for both large conferences and the local church.  In addition, Chuck is also a World Vision Artist Associate working to bring help and hope to the world's poor through the child sponsorship program.  Chuck and his family make their home in Salem, Oregon.

Why drama?

Shakespeare knew the power of the play to capture a conscience and even after four hundred years, things haven't changed much.  Today, as it has been for centuries, it is the play, the movie, the story that entertains us, giving expression to our thoughts and feelings, and yes, capturing our conscience.  Sometimes the story sends a message of hope and redemption to our troubled world--too often it does not.

     Enter Master's Image Productions.

          Performances that inspire and move people...

               sometimes to laughter, sometimes to tears...

                    but always toward the truth rooted

                         in the Gospel of Jesus Christ!