I’m sharing two videos with you today, on Good Friday. The first is just three-and-a-half minutes long. I’m not crazy about the artwork in it, and at first, I wasn’t too keen on the man’s voice, either, but I soon found the video compelling.
A commenter on YouTube offered this info about the narrator: “This is S. M. Lockridge (1913-2000). He was a prominent African-American preacher known for his dynamic, passionate, and fervent sermons.”
Ever heard of the Skit Guys? You might be challenged by this view of Good Friday. (9 minutes long.)
If it weren’t for Good Friday and Easter Sunday, I would have no stories to tell. Jesus’ death and resurrection are foundational to my novels. The characters grapple with their faith and the impact their faith has on their day-to-day lives, just like I do. Just like you do.