The Mark Drama Post author By Eddie Post date October 2, 2011 2 Comments on The Mark Drama Wycliffe Bible Translators exists to enable people to engage deeply with the story of the Bible, that’s why I find this initiative so exciting. Live the Story; Give the Story. This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be valid. Things change on the web and it is impossible for us to keep up to date with everything.Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:Why God Made TortoisesWhy not share this post?TweetEmailPocket Related posts: The Drama of Scripture This morning I was listening to my friend Roger talking... Churches and Mission Agencies The 20 Schemes blog raised an interesting issue this week:... Podcast: The Greatest Commandment This is the first of my two sermons for Highfield... Whither Evangelicalism? I wonder how history will remember the year 2011? Will... Tags Bible, Bible & Mission, Church: UK, culture ← Hearing the Gospel Once or Twice? → Bible and Mission Links 10 2 replies on “The Mark Drama” We enjoyed the production: inspiring, both in content & vision. I was impressed that Andrew Page, who baptised me about 25 years ago, recognised me! The Mark Drama is an excellent ministry, opening up God’s word in an exciting way to both actors and audience. Go see it if you get the chance, or better yet, act in it! Comments are closed.