The Nexis Secret
There’s a battle raging between heaven and hell. Only one girl sees it all.
Shipped off to boarding school, Lucy sees strange visions of angels, demons, and prophets like they’re straight from the Bible. They call her the Seer, a gifted firstborn descendant of Noah who comes along once every century. Until she deciphers her visions, she has no idea she’s in the middle of a centuries-old war—and both factions believe her gifts will decide the fate of the free world.
Two rival Romeos are after Lucy to join sides, and so are her parents. She discovers that
the elite Nexis group has secret plans for her abilities. They banished her brother from the country for defying them. When Nexis can’t reel her in, they resort to cyber bullying, vicious threats, rogue priests, and even try to kidnap her. With the help of her guardians, she must rebel against her parents to stop the twisted Nexis plan . . . world domination.
Award Winning Essay
Cinematic Theology and The Matrix
Written for the INRB (Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters) essay contest, “Cinematic Theology and ‘The Matrix’” is a 10,000 word essay focusing on how The Matrix film trilogy pulls theology from several different religions. This theology is then contrasted with the Judeo-Christian worldview for an informative and sometimes humorous perspective on religion and current issues.
One Act Play
Nothing To Do With You
Even though Julia just broke up with her boyfriend, she is still forced to play opposite him in their school’s production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. This play within the play develops tension between Julia and her ex, while Julia’s friendship with another actor, Ray starts to progress.
Ray is a preacher’s kid who’s faith astounds Julia, especially when it holds up to a life- shattering test. Will Julia let her old life get in the way of finding faith for herself? This funny, but riveting play will have you guessing until the end.
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