Author Archives: jeff smith
GO LIGHT YOUR WORLD!

  We just added “Go Light Your World” to our downloads.Go Light Your World is performed in darkness with battery-operated candles. This message of sharing the gospel and letting your light shine is choreographed for 8 and very appropriate for mission conferences, harvest festivals, or black light ministry teams. The song was originally recorded by Kathy […]

My Spiritual Walk as a Runner, Week 24

  Warm Up: Isaiah 43:11, But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Stretching: Judges 14 Run: I hate flying. Actually, I don’t mind the flying, it’s the logistics of getting […]

Top Twenty Movement Ministry Pieces from Salt and Light Ministries

  Over the next several weeks, I would like to present my own “Top Twenty” list of movement ministry pieces I have choreographed over the last 27 years. I would also like to share with you some insights into the piece and why it special to me. If you have used our resources, you may […]

Scripture as Script

I teach a class called “Scripture as Script” at many conferences across the country.   Recently, I taught this class at The Fellowship of Christian Puppeteers in Hagerstown, MD, and got a note from from the Festival’s leader, Bill Scott.  He writes: Jeff, I wanted to thank you for the heads up on the Dramatized […]

Letter from Germany

In 26  years of ministry, this is one of the nicest letters I have ever received.  It’s from a lady from Duesseldorf, Germany that was in my seminar at Interlakken, Switzerland.  I am including it because it has more to say about the nature of art and the Christian faith than about me.  I hope you […]

My Spiritual Walk as a Runner, Week 22

Warm Up: Luke 22:19, And He took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” Stretching: Exodus 12:1-25 Run: There is a six-mile loop I enjoy running annually. It is a ‘benchmark’ run that gives me a snapshot […]

Interlakken, Switzerland

Jeff and some of his students from the International Baptist Convention I just returned from my ministry trip to Interlakken, Switzerland, where I shared a week with pastors and lay leaders from all over greater Europe. The International Baptist Convention (IBC) is a fellowship of English-language churches and missions in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, […]

My Spiritual Walk as a Runner, Week 21

  Warm Up: Psalms 119:105, Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path. Stretching: Read Matthew 4: 1-11 Run: In pains me to start a sentence, ‘Back when I was a kid…” But back when I was a kid we played outside all day in the summer. It’s not […]

My Spiritual Walk as a Runner, Week 20

Warm Up: Matthew 24:43, But understand this: If the owner of the house had known at what time of night the thief was coming, he would have kept watch and would not have let his house be broken into. Stretching: Read Matthew 25: 1-13 Run: Runners are told to run facing traffic so that you […]

Pirates of the I-Don’t Care-ibbean

Just got a letter from Elaine Hanson, Director of Music at North Heights Christian Academy in Roseville, MN.  Their school performed our non-seasonal children’s musical, “Pirates of the ‘I Don’t Care-ibbean” available on the website at http://saltandlightmin.org/products/product-details/#cid=101264.   She said it was a great success and sent along some pictures (below).   If you’re looking for […]