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From the producers of The Perfect Stranger and Another Perfect Stranger comes a mini-serial for television that continues the stories of a modern-day Jesus walking amongst us
The Stranger Series: In every person's life, there's a stranger we all know. From the producers of "The Perfect Stranger" and "Another Perfect Stranger" comes a new televeision event that continues the stores of a present-day Jesus living among us... "The Stranger" is a seven-episode mini-serial of modern-day encounters with the Son of God based on events from the New Testament.
Episode One: The Woman at the Well - A woman (Stephanie Vickers) struggles with the concept of 'not being perfect' because both her church and her family disapprove of her lifestyle.
Episode Two: The Prodigal Son - A young man (Brad Jackson) turns his back on a family fortune to "find his way in the world" and winds up sleeping in an alley.
Episode Three: Mary and Martha - Two sisters (Christina Browder and Pattie Crawford) with very different outlooks run a family diner in rural Alabama.
Episode Four: Salt - A grad student (Amy Hess) faces a daily challenge in the form of an outspoken professor (Percy Metcalf) and his agnostic viewpoints.
Episode Five: Thomas - A boorish radio talk show host (Tom Luce) in Chicago berates his listeners on a nightly basis; tonight's topic: "The Insanity of Faith".
Episode Six: Mary Magdalene - A conservative senator (Melissa Combs) is reluctant about casting the deciding vote on a landmark abortion bill.
Episode Seven: Walk on Water - A teenager (Alexis L. Hughes) grows weary of being harrassed for her beliefs by a mean-spirited classmate (Leslie Kyle) and her cronies.
Starring: Jefferson Moore, Stephanie Vickers, Brad Jackson, and Christina Browder
My wife would watch the TBN cable channel for airings of "The Stranger" that we both enjoyed so much. She mentioned that she would like the videos so I ordered the set for her birthday. To say the least she was very pleased and began watching them immediately!
My only regret is that there aren't more available. We will consider these videos for future gift giving.
(Posted on 10/1/13)