Margaret Cheasebro

Easter Programs
for the Church

The contents are:
"The Weaver's Apprentice." A Bible-times play set in Hosea's weaving shop
"Mordecai's Testimony." Monologue by keeper of the tombs as other characters pantomime the crucifixion and resurrection
"In the Shadow of the Cross." A Bible-times family views the crucifixion and resurrection
"I Am There." Thoughts of a young person during Jesus' time
""I'm Glad It Wasn't Me." Good Friday service. Six people leave their sins at the cross
"He Is Not Here! The Promise from the Tomb." Sunday service. Three friends of Jesus are at the empty tomb
"Rocking Easter." Contemporary play revealing the benefits of a rocking chair
"Characters of the Cross." Fifteen important parts of the cross
"A Gift for Mom." Two daughters are surprised at what their mother wants for a gift
"Thanks, Mom." A reading for an adult about Mother's Day
"Umbrellas." Fathers are like umbrellas
"A Letter to Dad." An adult reading for Father's Day

Order from Standard Publishing at www.standardpub.com

Selected Works

Alternative healing
Learn about Reiki, an alternative healing technique, with detailed information for both the curious and advanced practitioners.
Young adult novel
Three children meet on their way to summer camp near Aztec, New Mexico. They don't think they know each other, but they discover that through time they have been chased by an evil woman. She wants their blood so she can stay young, and she wants their powerful connection with nature so she can control the world. When the children arrive at camp, they discover the evil woman is waiting for them! They must work together and believe in themselves and their powerful gifts if they stand a chance of keeping the evil woman from ruling the world. Finalist in the 2015 New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards.
Non-fiction book
Discover the benefits of connecting with trees, including exercises and tools to help navigate life more easily. Finalist in the 2017 New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards.
Magazine Articles
Celebrating the lifestyle, community and culture of the Four Corners.

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