Although his first attempt failed miserably with his all male dance troupe known as "The Emengents" a young Tony Jones was confident that he would be able to combine his burgeoning love for things theological and his passion for very flamboyant interpretive dance.Hats off to you Tony your almost there little buddy!
Very funny!I was going to do something along these lines myself. I think yours was better executed. Thanks for the snicker that turned into a giggle that turned into a laugh.
The "open air preaching" was offending too many people, so we decided to try "open air liturgical dancing."
The King David Dancers practicing for their upcoming appearance on "So You Think You Can Dance," with a routine based on the Three Stooges' "slowly I turned...step by step...inch by inch.." routine. The Disciples of Michal have gathered in the background to once again express their disgust at David's training these young men in such pagan revelry.
"The Emergents" finally make it to the great white way in the dance number, "I am a post-evangelical", from the hit musical "West Side Converation".(Thanks for the idea, LURB.)
Best Side Story, the encouraging musical of Joel Olsteens life.
A young and vibrant D. James Kennedy tests his Evangelism Explosion theories on the streets of Greenwich Village.
The elders of First through Third Baptist Church of Tecumseh, having just seen the movie Footloose, broke into dance. This, they claimed, is in keeping with the idea that we should bear fruit in keeping with repentance. No one is quite sure why they went to a movie in the first place.
A young Bennie Hinn with his dance troupe, "Benny and the Jets"