Linda Frost-Clark dramatizes the lives of selected women of the Bible arrayed in period costume.
She protrays the lives of these women in first person singular.
Experience women telling the stories of their times, their encounter with our living Lord and how they came to have a new heart, a new life, a new hope.
A new heart also will I give you and a new spirit will I put within you, and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh and I will give you a heart of flesh.
And I will put my spirit within you and cause you to walk in my statues, and ye shall keep mine ordinances, and do them.
And ye shall dwell in the land that I gave to your fathers and ye shall be my people and I will be your God.
- Ezekiel 36:26-28
The mission of this ministry is to entertain, to enlighten, to encourage and to educate.
Watch the scriptures come alive as these women come before you to share their stories.
No group is too small or too large.
Presentation times are 20--35 minutes in length.
Teaching and discussion with follow-up (if desired)
Programs are suitable for:
- Sunday Schools for all ages
Growing up, I was the kid who would string a bedspread on my mother’s clothesline and get the neighborhood kids involved in a talent show or to act out a play. I have been passionate about art and music since I can remember, and at age seven learned to sew, and that has been a passion ever since. In college, I was involved with the drama department, as well as performing in college productions. I also designed and made costumes.
After marriage and becoming a mother, many of these interests went dormant except for the music, art and sewing. I have been a church attendee all my life and gave my heart to the Lord as a teenager at a church camp. My relationship with the Lord has always been paramount in my life. About 20 years ago, a neighbor invited me to attend a Women’s Bible Study and it changed my life. I experienced a deeper relationship with the Lord, really began to understand the Word, and my greatest consuming passion became studying to understand the scriptures. In 1994, I became a widow and with all the challenges I faced, I drew even closer to the Lord. Out of this grew a Women’s Bible Study that began at my church and then moved to my home where it convened for several years. To help the ladies (as well as myself better understand the scriptures), I began writing stories of selected women in the Bible the way they might tell their own stories.
My method was to read and meditate on the scriptures, visualize these great events, to get “under their skin,” and try to imagine what these women might have seen and thought. I began reading my writings to a few friends and they encouraged me. One thing led to another and I found myself performing them in first person singular (in costumes that I designed and made). It was well-received and the word spread. I began to be invited to groups in other churches until it grew to what it is today.
Voices - In Their Words, became the words to identify the ministry and its purpose is to entertain, enlighten, encourage and inspire. By assuming their personas and telling their stories in what might have been their own words, of selected Women of the Bible, it is my greatest joy that many have said it makes the scriptures come alive for them.