Abe Stratton

The Way of the Cross

Pain, suffering, loss, and doubt – all are part of our human experience. Through the story of an unknown missionary, Abe helps audiences to see the hope which is possible in the face of sorrow. Set against the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide, the life of Henry Perry illustrates how light can shine in darkness, how peace can rule in chaos, how joy can triumph in grief.

Scripture Readings

What began as a personal journey of memorizing books of the Bible has morphed into much more. While this was a personal investment for his own spiritual growth, Abe loves sharing the books of Hebrews and Romans with others. Audiences will experience how the first-century hearers received these letters. Through his readings, Abe’s goals are to make the Scripture clear and understandable and to make it come alive for those who hear.

Background Information for “The Way of the Cross”

In January of 2005 I began my graduate studies in platform arts at Bob Jones University. This two-year speech program requires that the graduate student perform a solo presentation of approximately an hour’s length as the culmination of his studies. I immediately...

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Biographical Info

Abe was born in August of 1980 and grew up in Lima, Ohio. Throughout his childhood and primary school years, he loved to perform, but it was during high school that his opportunities expanded. Each spring his Christian school participated in state fine arts...

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