Musicals and Books

 

 

 

A tenor solo brings you a bit of sweet jazz.

 

I Hope To Love You

 

 

 

 

A love song suitable for anniversaries, weddings, and other programs and performances.

 

 

http://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/search.jsp?keywords=connie+miller+pease

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Whither cover (3)Whithera charming musical with 6 main characters and a variety of supporting cast members, tells the Biblical story of Ruth. It includes 12 original songs and 3 reprises with songs ranging from love songs to operatic-like chorus to jazz. Songs include Mothers-In-Law (with mother-in-law jokes!), A Promise Is A Promise, and I Hoped To Love You. Add some entertaining choreography, and this production will leave your audience asking for more!

http://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/search.jsp?keywords=connie+miller+pease

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I intended to write something to express my feelings during the time leading up to the dark of Good Friday. Instead, I ended up with a Christmas song. Another instance of God working in mysterious ways! Softly Now He Comes has a bit of yearning while welcoming the infant Savior. This solo is suitable for either child or adult.

https://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/search.jsp?keywords=connie+miller+pease

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A Christmas Musical with beautiful lyrics and tons of excitement includes songs such as Softly Now He Comes, Song of the Commoner, Am I My Brother’s Keeper?, Heaven’s Lullaby and many more! Come, Messiah!  includes 11 original songs, a reproducible script, parts for all ages (including blowing bubbles!), a sample bulletin, and director’s ideas to help you tell the story of Christmas.

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https://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/search.jsp?keywords=connie+miller+pease

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If you’re looking for the story of Christmas with original and fun music, you’ve found it! A Light At Christmas includes songs such as Once Upon A Winter Night, Quiet Delight, Innkeeper’s Lament, Shepherd’s Bop, and many more!

 

https://www.christianpub.com/default.aspx?pg=sd&st=LIGHT+AT+CHRISTMAS&p=632

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Want some light reading with a little bit of heart?

Mrs. Covington’s Sunday School Dropouts, a heartwarming story about the teacher her students won’t forget!

  • Barnes and Noble: available for purchase at your favorite B&N Bookstore
  • Book World: 211 Main Ave S, Park Rapids, MN 56470, Phone: 218-732-0770 http://www.bookworldstores.com/
  • Beagle and Wolf Books and Bindery: 112 3rd Street W., Park Rapids, MN 56470   http://beagleandwolf.com/
  • Eat My Words Book Store: 1228 2nd St NE, Minneapolis, MN, 55413. http://www.eatmywordsbooks.com/
  • New Wine Christian Books and Gourmet Coffee: 1753 Us Highway 2 NW, Havre, MT 59501
  • Christos Book Center: Autumn Ridge Church, 3611 Salem Road SW, Rochester, MN 55902
    http://autumnridgechurch.org/bookcenter/
  • https://www.amazon.com/Mrs-Covingtons-Sunday-School-Dropouts/dp/1938708679
  • myfiresidechat.com  Request to order with your address in comments. I will keep it private and mail you my book with a bill for payment.

“Mrs.Covington?”                                                                                                               “Oh, hello, Britty. We were just in the neighborhood and I thought I’d stop by to say hello. Hello.”                                                                                                                        “But how . . .”                                                                                                          “Remember when you left my class?” Cathy asked as she made her way into the apartment uninvited. “What do I say to the students every year?”                                        “I . . I don’t know,” Britty replied as she snuffed out her cigarette in a dirty ashtray…            “Sure you do. What do I say just before my students leave for the Sr. High class?” . . .   “That you’ll be watching? I thought you were kidding!”

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