KREV Christian Radio -Much Ado About Nuttin
K-REV Radio Announcer
K-REV Radio Interviewer Ann
K-REV Christian Radio does a “man on the street” interview with
Bob and Marcia about prayer.
(K-REV Announcer Kyle is seated at an angled table,
stage-left a with a microphone on the table.
Kyle has large headphones covering his ears. Holding a K-REV
microphone in her right hand, stage right is K-REV’s Interviewer Ann
standing with Bob and Marcia.)
You’re listening to the All-new Digital
Family-friendly Christian Radio Network K-REV.
And today Ann is interviewing
folks on the street about prayer.
What K-REVelation do people have about prayer?
Ann, are you ready to go?
We are ready!
Good morning Kyle.
God’s morning to you too!
Whatcha got for our K-REV listeners today?
I’m on the street interviewing Bob and Marcia
about prayer. Thanks Bob and
Marcia for agreeing to go on the air with us.
Oh, tank you so much Ann fer askin’ us.
I don’t mind bein’ here, but we gotta hurry it
up. I got work to do.
This won’t take long.
Bob, do you pray?
Of course I pray—who wouldn’t pray?
Da way dese guys drive aroun’ here.
Marcia, how about you—do you pray?
Oh yes, all-da-time.
I pray fer Bob a lot of the time.
I pray fer Bob a lot of the time,
whaddya mean by that?
I just do pray, is all.
On to the next question!
Marcia, when you pray, do you pray out loud?
For example, if we were to pray right now, would you pray aloud, or
more whisper to yourself?
Ohhhh, I always pray quietly, it’s the
How about you, Bob?
Do you pray out loud?
Unlike Marcia here, I talk with God out loud
all the time, see… I see it
dis way, if I talk out loud to Him, then I hearz it, and I know He hearz
it, too. A lot of the time I
even walk around conversin’ wit Him.
Ohhhh Bob, that is wonderful.
Okay , this is really good.
Marcia, what do you normally pray for when you pray?
I pray da Lord bless Bob and our entire
family wit good health an’ protection, an’ for our finances, too.
And you, Bob? What do
you pray for?
I pray we can get dis interview done soon—hey,
I’m just razzin’ ya, Ann.
Seriously, though, I pray fer Joette our daughter all-da-time.
She’s been through a lot in her young life.
Ohhhh Bob, that is wonderful.
Ohhhh Bob, that is wonderful. Of
course it’s wonderful—
Okay then, on to the next question!
Marcia, if you met someone on the street who needed someone to
pray for them, would you do it right then, or go home and pray about it?
I’d prob-ly write it down, take it home an’
And you, Bob?
If you met someone on the street who needed someone to pray for
them, would you do it right then, or—
I’d pray fer dem right dare.
Lemme give you an example.
Bob, remember we’re on da radio dare?
Okay, before I was RUDELY interrupted:
Ann, let’s say you’re da lady on the street who walks up to me and
sez, (getting louder, and Bob
gently lays one hand on Ann’s shoulder) “I don’t need no money or nuttin’
like dat, sir, but I sees you’re a man of faith.
Could you pray fer me?
I need a job to pay for my medical billz.”
See, I’d be like the Lord an’ pray fer her right dare.
(getting even louder) Like
dis, “Father, in Your Name Jesus, I pray for Ann—lead her to where you
want her to be an’ bless her wit a job.
Excuse me, ma’am, is everything okay here?
Is this man hurting you
Officer, he’s not hurting me, he’s actually
showing me how he’d pray for someone on the street, out loud.
I see, and you’re from a radio station?
Yes sir, from the
Christian Radio Network, K-REV.
Okay then, carry on.
We got complaints, so keep it down. (exits)
I got one ting to say about dat.
Dat was much ado about nuttin.
--bro. tim pickl
Saturday July 30, 2011 A.D.
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