An inquisitive Philip of Galilee asked Jesus where he lived. The Master replied, “Come and see.”
Later, when Philip invited Nathaniel, his good buddy, to come and see the Nazarene, Nathaniel panned, “Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?”
Philip latched onto the phrase he had heard from Jesus. “Come and see.”
The light of the body is the eye. People need to “come and see.”
After 22 years of traversing America, Cring & Clazzy are seizing 2018 to celebrate, explain and encourage an atmosphere of creativity–in worship, communication, fellowship, personal interaction and the essence of our theology.
“Come and See…in search of the creative Jesus” is a Sunday morning worship celebration of music, song, story, humor, and drama.
Jonathan Cring is the author of fourteen books.
“Come and See” is the enjoining of three of them:
I’M … the legend of the son of man
A novel on the life of Jesus, with Him telling his own story.
In a parable describing his generation as “children in the marketplace,” Jesus used humor and wit to undergird his message. In Jesonian, Mr. Cring explores the creative mind and heart of the Storyteller.
PoHymn…A Rustling in the Stagnant
Mr. Cring uses the masterful wording of creativity to stir the hearts of people with verse, rhyme, reason and common sense, offering doorways to making the world a better place.
The Worship Bulletin
The Works of Jonathan Richard Cring
Jonathan Richard Cring is a living musical Renaissance. From the stage of the Grand Ole’ Opry, to Broadway-style musicals, symphonies and innumerable songs, highlighted by folk, rock and gospel, he has been proclaimed the “balladeer of our generation.”
Janet Clazzy was the first female conductor of an orchestra in the state of Tennessee. She has played oboe in symphonies from San Francisco to Vienna, and is renowned as thee Master of the WX5-Wind Machine, a horn with the sounds of 250 instruments.
To schedule, call Olivia (Ollie) Benson at (615) 481-1474