Vicki Lake

Vicki’s creative passion is to share the good news of Jesus Christ in any possible mode. While she directed the Potpourri Players at Community Church of Greenwood (IN) for several years, she wrote more than fifteen full-length dramas, multiple vignettes, and a series of vignettes for Moody Radio. Some of the musicals contained a cast of more than 200 people, including the choir. Some of her vignettes were published by Chapel of the Air’s 50-Day Adventure. With a BA in English/Education and an MA in Journalism, Vicki taught English and communication skills from junior high to university levels. She served a few years as the editor of One Mission Society, formerly OMS International, an organization with work in more than 50 countries. She wrote four books; two published by Victor Books/Scripture Press, one published by Zondervan, and another published by OMS Int’l. Other ministry interests have included: teaching Bible studies to women, directing women’s ministries, disciplining new believers, editing the church newsletter, and speaking in various venues. She has traveled in more than 25 countries. Vicki is married to Charles, a pastor, and they have two married daughters and two grandsons.

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  Never Too Old for Christmas

Adult Christmas by Vicki Lake

20 pages

3 m, 5 w, numerous extras, choirs, optional pianist

Convinced that God doesn’t really care about the elderly, 84-year-old Beatrice has become the resident Scrooge of her nursing home. No matter what her roommate says, or what Bible stories the expectant nurse’s aide reads, Beatrice is adamant. “God doesn’t care about the elderly. His supposed only Son didn’t even live past 33 years, so how does He know what it’s like to be old!?” she declares. But during a church service she reluctantly attends, she falls asleep and dreams of bits and pieces of the Christmas story she is hearing, scenes of the nativity involvi...

  The Gift - Wrapped in Love

Drama by Vicki Lake

24 pages

4 m, 4 w, 2 flexible, extras, choir

Harry Hamilton, a local town council member, successfully persuades the council to eliminate the manger scene from the town square, only to discover that just a block away a local community church will host a living nativity. And guess who is chosen to be Joseph, Mary, and Baby Jesus? Harry’s son and daughter-in-law had become Christians during the previous year and are delighted when the pastor asks them and their new son to portray the holy family. Forced to visit the live nativity by his wife, the doting mother and grandmother, Harry at first appears to be...