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Let My People Go Drama Plays in Pasadena

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The Daniel Foundation, a community outreach ministry of Charles Tucker Ministries International, presents the return of a much talked about phenomenal drama ministry production, “Let My People Go!” Friday, January 31, 2003 @7:00PM and Saturday, February 1, 2003 @5:00PM at Jubilee Christian Faith Center, located at 1498 East Washington Boulevard, Pasadena CA 91104.

Tickets are available for a $10 donation (advance purchase); $15 donation (at the door), children under 12 years of age are free.

“Let My People Go!” drama ministry production, is an inspired teaching of Apostle Charles L. Tucker. An excerpt from Apostle Tucker’s tape series message, … “I Believe God is saying in a new day, in a new anointing- Let my people go! Let my people go from debt.

Let my people go from week to week, month to month living. Let my people go from barely getting along. Let my people go from borrowing money from anybody that will loan it to them. Let my people go from the oppression of the world’s system.”

Let My People Go! is a well-drawn portrait of Moses, Pharaoh, and the Miracles of God unlike the popular classic film epic, The Ten Commandments or the animated version, The Prince of Egypt. Let My People Go! is a story of economic freedom in the mid-21st century.

“The world system is still alive today, said Pastor Naomi Tucker, Executive Producer. “The spirit behind modern plagues- head lice, mad cow disease, AIDS, El Nino, gangs, and abortion- is the same spirit in the Old Testament and God is our same Deliverer, today.

The Writer, Historian, and Assistant to the Executive Producer, Wenonah Valentine’s, two-year journey, possessed awaited anticipation of the birthing of Let MyPeople Go!

“I am not a playwright by profession yet, God held my desire to be a gatekeeper of African American history and culture since I was 14 years old”, said Valentine. “My ideas crystallized when God revealed the plot twist for the setting in the year 2049.

I calculated the 430th year of Africans in America from 1619 and chills ran down my spine. Who would have thought that the story of Exodus would be so close to home”, continued Valentine.

You don’t want to miss Let My People Go! This play exemplifies truth from biblical texts and showcases multi-talents through acappella voices, liturgical dance, praise dance, and much more.

Let My People Go! will prove to be CTMI’s signature Black history play for the 21st century and will endeavor to capture your mind and comfort your heart as it reveals history in the now!

For additional information contact Tirzah D. Bush- Marketing/PR Coordinator, Black History Celebration 2003, at (626) 398- WORD or visit the website at www.ctmi.org

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