John Maxwell’s Religious Monologues are original one-man shows that bring Biblical characters to life. Maxwell stays true to the source material but adds depth and drama, giving viewers a completely new way to understand these figures and their personal narratives. Funny and poignant, Maxwell’s Religious Monologues are performances that audiences will never forget.
The humble fisherman in work boots and blue jeans explains how, in spite of his impulsive mistakes, Jesus loved him enough to make him the bedrock of the Church.Read more and book a performance.
History’s most notorious traitor tells the Easter story. Judas believes that his betrayal will force Jesus to prove his divine power. Ultimately, he realizes his terrible mistake.Read more and book a performance.
Hear Joseph’s version of the Christmas story. Meeting Mary turned this carpenter’s simple life upside down, but Joseph trusted in God’s astonishing plan.Read more and book a performance.
On the brink of execution by the Romans, Paul shares with his churches (the audience) the lesson of his conversion from persecutor to evangelist: God is endlessly merciful.Read more and book a performance.
Barnabas puts a human face on stewardship. The ruler feared giving his riches to the poor until he witnessed the abundance of God at the feeding of the 5,000.Read more and book a performance.