At Acts of the Word, our ministry's work is enabling people to encounter the God of the Bible, through the words of the Bible. Since the beginning of time, technology has always had a dramatic effect on the way the Bible has been communicated. From papyrus, to clay, to print, Bible distribution has increased exponentially. And each leap has required vision, self sacrifice, and substantial resources from many of God’s people. But God’s original method of communicating His Word– face to face, has always been by far the most effective. Filled with emotional audio and visual content, scientists have re-discovered what God has known all along; that we understand and remember best when we receive information face-to-face.
Marquis Laughlin is a performance artist whose life's work is enabling audiences to hear, see, and feel the God of the Bible, through the words of the Bible. His uniquely compelling dramatic solo Scripture presentations include 7 different books of the Bible that highlight the epic story of God's relationship with man; Genesis, Exodus, Ecclesiastes, Daniel, John's Gospel, Acts of the Apostles, & Revelation. He maintains an active touring schedule, and his one-man shows have been presented all over the world. Recent works include Mark's Gospel at the Forum of Trajan in Rome Italy, and John's Gospel at the Hampton Court Mid-Summer Festival in Hereford England.
His voice can be heard daily as the narrator for The Scriptorium-Center for Biblical Antiquities, located in Orlando, Florida.His voice can be heard daily as the narrator for The Scriptorium-Center for Biblical Antiquities, located in Orlando, Florida. He is a World Vision Artist committed to meeting the needs of the poor, as he shares the good news of the Gospel through presentations of God's Word.
His Acts of The Word television program and internet features can be seen daily on The NRB Network, Worship Network, and My Family TV. You can learn more about Marquis by following him on Twitter and Facebook.
The Moral Dilemma is a new Acts of the Word production which addresses the shocking decline of morality in every part of American Culture. The show's tag line is: “Common Sense” and her sister “Common Courtesy” have been kidnapped, and societies “Super Villains” are running rampant in the streets of America. We’re here to help you make sense of the moral melee’, because there’s a war going on my friend, and you’re in it !" The show's daily, one-hour podcasts can be heard at www.morald.com.