KREV Christian Radio - Inner Man on the Street Interviews
K-REV Radio Announcer
K-REV Radio Reporter Ann
Rosco (man on the street)
Maddie (woman on the street)
Nolan (Maddie’s son)
K-REV Christian Radio is broadcasting live “inner man on the
K-REV’s roaming reporter Ann calls in with the
(K-REV Announcer Kyle seated at an angled table,
stage-left. with a microphone on the table.
Kyle is wearing large headphones covering his ears.
Ann walks out in front of the stage holding a K-REV microphone; she
also has an earpiece in one ear, with a wire trailing out down to an
electronic unit strapped to her belt.)
You’re listening to the
Digital Family-friendly Christian Radio Network K-REV.
have a special treat for you.
K-REV’s roaming reporter-ette Ann is on location at the Shadow Valley
Shopping Mall. Ann, are you
Yes, Kyle, we’re broadcasting
And, here we have our first “inner man on the street”
interviewee. Sir, you said
your name is Rosco?
(Rosco steps closer to Ann as she points the
microphone toward him.)
We’re asking two
inner man questions today.
How do you take care of your
inner person? And, What do you tell yourself every morning when you start
(grabs the microphone from Ann) Good
Morning! My name is Bill Rosco.
Got a research question today?
Call the the Rosco Ready
Reference Center! We’ll
answer any question you have!
One call, that’s all!
(Ann grabs the microphone back, and abruptly turns
away from Rosco.)
That’s the risk of doing live radio.
That’s so true--you never know what you’re
going to get. But, this is
fun. Ann, are there any
We have…what’s your name again?
(Maddie steps closer to Ann.)
My name is Maddie.
It’s good to meet you.
We’re out here today asking two questions about
the inner person.
Is that okay?
How do you take care of your
inner person? And, What do you
tell yourself every morning when you start your day?
I try to pray every day.
I know that talking with Jesus every day is a good thing for my
spirit—my real inner self.
(steps forward and interrupts Maddie) She
reads the Bible out loud to me every night.
Oh, Nolan, why did you say that?
I didn’t want to brag about it.
(sighs) A mother’s labor is
tell the truth.
You help me go to sleep every night.
I love those stories.
Well, it’s true.
I find that reading God’s Word helps build our faith and keep us
strong for Jesus.
How do you pray?
I am thankful to God for everything.
First, I thank God for all
my blessings, especially Nolan.
Mom always says,
Counting blessings is always good
There he goes again, tellin’ on me.
This is wonderful.
Okay Maddie, what about in the morning?
What do you tell yourself
every morning when you start your day?
Every morning after I pray, I put on the
whole armor of God, because I—
never know what I am going to face that day.
Oh, Mom has another saying, too!
life is like a storm in a teacup,
it’s time to make tea.
That’s cool, I like that one!
Thank you Maddie; thank you Nolan.
You’ve both been great.
Kyle, how about you?
(Maddie and Nolan exit)
do I tell myself every morning when I start my day?
That’s easy. My
grandpa told my dad this all the time and, of course, my dad passed it on
to me. Are you sure you wanna
Yes Kyle, go ahead.
Okay, here goes…
You do what you can with
what you got.
Wow Kyle! Words to
live by. How does that help
you take care of your inner person?
It motivates me to keep working for the
kingdom of God, every day. It
goes along with another thing I learned from my dad:
There’s always something to
do. When I find myself
with a little “extra time” I find something positive to do, then do it.
Okay Kyle, it’s time to do something positive.
Run the commercial.
(laughs out loud) Very funny.
that He would grant you, according to the riches of His glory,
to be strengthened with might through His Spirit in the inner man,
Ephesians 3:16 (New King James Version)
--bro. tim pickl
Sunday September 12, 2010 A.D.
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