Dear Hillsdale and Heart of a Shepherd Followers,
The troubles and trials suffered by our nation in recent weeks in the wake of Hurricane Harvey (Texas) and Hurricane Irma (FL and GA) and the violent protests of anarchists on college campuses and in major cities threatening our Freedom of Speech, moved me to invite Dr. Melissa Cancel and her students to revive for one Sunday morning performance the play, “Performing Faith: The Life of Corrie ten Boom”.
Because the play is so powerful and moving, I have taken the unusual step of scheduling it for 10:30 AM, Sunday, October 8, 2017 in Hillsdale’s auditorium.
The testimony of Corrie ten Boom’s faith in a Nazi concentration camp is nothing short of inspiring and convicting. Her’s was a testimony of faith, perseverance, humility, and confidence in God’s mercy and grace.
Dr. Melissa Cancel is the director of the Chamber theater production and stars in the production as Corrie ten Boom. Performing with her are four of Hillsdale’s teens who are students in Dr. Cancel’s Speech and Drama studio.
There is no cost for admission and I encourage you to invite family and friends to see this moving drama of life and faith set in Ravensbruck Concentration Camp for women, located in Nazi Germany, 1939-1945.
With the heart of a shepherd,
Pastor Travis D. Smith
Copyright 2017 – Travis D. Smith