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Author Samuel C. Williams Reveals Collection of Skits and Plays

Written by Featured Organization on 23 September 2013.

‘Mercy and Justice and Other Christian Skits’ provides enjoyment, insight and the understanding that readers no longer have to settle as victims of the dark-sided spirit realm

 

YOKOSUKA, Japan – Author Samuel C. Williams new publication, “Mercy and Justice and Other Christian Skits” (published by Trafford Singapore) provides an insightful glance into significant spiritual truths that abound and are at work in people’s lives each day despite their lack of knowledge of their impacts and benevolent presence.

A fun to read and easy to understand book, “Mercy and Justice and Other Christian Skits” is replete with golden nuggets of enlightenment and wisdom for anyone who craves a peep at what goes on behind the curtain which separates the natural from the supernatural. This is a collection of plays and skits that shows off some of the most relevant and hard-hitting short works by the author. Each of the skits will surely give the readers a pause to reflect and re-evaluate many aspects of their thinking and existence.

This book has a powerful personal appeal to readers. It addresses mundane issues that nearly every household in the world can identify with and gives insightful information as to the causes as well as the remedies. The didactic approach to pointing out and resolving numerous conflicts is one of the major strengths of this book. Its contents are very simple and easy to read and understand. It teaches lessons that are simple yet effective. 

Enlightening and thought-provoking, “Mercy and Justice and Other Christian Skits” is simply fun to read, imagine and put on as mini productions.

“Mercy and Justice and Other Christian Skits”

By Samuel C. Williams

Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 72 pages | 9781490700533

Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 72 pages | 9781490700526

E-Book | 72 pages | 9781490700540

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Samuel C. Williams is a native of Wadley, GA. The southern country town writer attended his hometown's two small schools, Carver Elementary and Wadley High. After graduating from WHS in 1973, Williams attended Paine College in Augusta, GA for the next four years before graduating with a degree in English. Since then, he has attended a number of other schools and earned numerous other degrees, awards and recognitions. Williams, a teacher, coach and mentor, is also a noted Bible teacher and preacher of the Gospel. In his normal creative and thought-provoking fashion, Williams has set out to identify, entertain and empower his readers through the use of dramatic works which deal with a myriad of contemporary significant issues. This four-book series is universal in its appeal and vital in its cross-cultural and social divides applicability. Even the most learned will no doubt be forced to not only think, but to act on many of the issues tastefully and entertainingly presented in this series as well as by other works written by Williams. Churches, organizations, schools and groups wishing to contact this often sought-after speaker, teacher and inspirational/motivational speaker may do so by writing him at manifestnow1@yahoo.com.