The second play, Day Break, is about Mark, who has an addiction and refuses to accept Jesus Christ to get over his addiction and change his life. Rita does not want her sister, Joy, to attend a black college, and says she will pray for God to change her mind.
The third play, titled The Price, is about a millionaire who goes to Hell and believes his paperwork must have been mixed up. He has a conversation with Satan which reveals the error of his ways in not accepting Jesus Christ as his Saviour.
Lastly, there are ten poems included to sow into the kingdom of God and the body of Christ.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Leon Newton is the author of The Price. He won the National Best Book 2009 Award for his play, "Titus: The Tragic Death of an Emperor," in the Theatre Arts Play and Drama category sponsored by USA Book News. His plays have had readings and productions in New York City. Leon is a professor and has written other books, articles and plays. He is a member of The Dramatist Guild of America and the Authors League of America and American Christian Writers.