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Ash Wednesday -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
What Wondrous Love Is This? -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin
Silent Procession Of The Cross -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
Silent Procession Of The Cross -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
Silent Procession Of The Cross -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
Lent Week 4 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
Lent Week 5 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Lent Week 5

Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
Maundy Thursday -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2006
Worship Bulletin

Silent Procession Of The Cross
I Am The Light Of The World -- Luke 24:13-35, Psalm 22 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
JESUS: I see you're going my way, toward Emmaus. Do you mind if I walk with you?
I Am He -- Isaiah 51:17-23 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
MALCHUS: Jesus, I may never have a chance to speak with you again.
I Am -- Genesis 12:1-7 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
REUBEN: Jesus, I know you've had a busy day, and I'm not one of your Twelve.
I Am The Gate -- Genesis 28:10-17, John 10:1-10 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
ELIEZER: Do you mind if I walk with you, Jesus?
I Am The Good Shepherd -- John 10:11-18, Ezekiel 34:1-10 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
JESUS: Ephraim, friend, where are you headed in such a hurry? It's much too hot for running!
I Am The Resurrection And The Life -- John 11:17-27 (28-44), Job 19:23-27 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
DAN: Jesus, I'm angry with you.
I Am The Way And The Truth And The Life -- Isaiah 55:6-13 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
THOMAS: The Passover meal has ended, Jesus, and all Jerusalem is sleeping except for us.
I Am The True Vine -- Galatians 5:16-25 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 2001
JESUS: John, my true and good friend!

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A Man Gives His Donkey -- Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-10 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
Come in! Come in! Do come in!
Joseph Gives His Tomb -- John 19:38-42 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
Welcome to my store! I'm Joseph of Arimathea. You're not interested in shopping today?
A Widow Gives Her Mites -- Luke 21:1-4 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
You say you feel sorry for me? Why, what for?
Mary Gives Her Perfume -- Matthew 26:6-13, John 12:1-8 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
You're here to speak with the friends of Jesus, are you? Well then, by all means, let's talk!
A Family Gives Their Home -- Luke 22:7-13, Mark 14:12-16 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
Are you bothering me? No, not at all. I come here often to reflect and pray.
Simon Gives His Strength -- Mark 15:21 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
You need directions to Golgotha, the place Jesus was crucified? Sure, I'd be happy to show you.
A Soldier Gives His Win -- Matthew 27:45-54, Mark 15:33-39 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
My name is Saint Longinus.
The Thief Who Gave Nothing -- Luke 23:32-43, John 19:16-18 -- Donald H. Neidigk -- 1999
We've never met, you and I.

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