New Script

Crosswalk is the story of a motorcycle/pedestrian accident that brings a tragic end to three lives. The script is

uniquely designed to show a glimpse of each character's thoughts and how what they perceive as truth intersects

with God’s Truth.

  • 59 MINUTES

    24 hours ago, John Cartwright, Jennifer Mackey, Matthew Burke, and Jake Rhoades were all alive. The last thing on their mind was death. Yesterday, they each had plans, whether good or bad, but now they lay in a morgue. Get a glimpse into the last moments of their earthly lives and journey with them into eternity.


    After cheer practice, teenager Kate Davis and her younger sister Becca decide to go to a movie with Wendy and Abby Colson. Abby and Becca had no idea that their worst nightmare was awaiting them in the shadows of the dingy theater parking lot. Kidnappers snatch the girls and kill their friend Justin in the process. Will SWAT arrive in time or will the girls’ lives be lost in the wake of abduction?


    It has been a rough few years in the Jernigan household and the stress has taken its toll on Hank. As a jobless father of two and a failing husband, the emotional unrest Hank has experienced from his circumstances leads him to react in violence on his family. Mismanaged relationships at home have left the family bruised and in pieces. The devastation is intensified when the Jernigan children are killed in a car crash. With words and acts of love unexpressed, parents Hank and June must find a way to move on… a source of peace. Will a letter from their daughter lead them towards their Savior?


    Christmas is a time of celebration within the Church. However, some members of this particular church lack Christmas spirit. Alice, Becky, and Clyde are three broken people who are in dire need of Christ’s love and mercy. Alice struggles with the pain of losing her father to cancer. Becky is guilty of self-righteousness. Clyde cannot fathom the idea of God’s grace covering his multitude of sins. Will they acknowledge their brokenness and allow Jesus, the ultimate Savior, to heal them before a fatal Christmas day accident?


    Noah Nelson, known at school as a bully and party animal, is changed when he decides to give his life to Christ. Unfortunately, his friends and even his own mom don’t understand his decision. Despite his friends’ and family’s reactions, Noah continues to trust in Jesus and constantly stands up for his faith. Learn how Noah’s drastic life change affects his eternal destination.


    Bud, Natalie, and Chris are high school students; Bud is the star athlete, Natalie is an attractive cheerleader, and Chris is the student leader of the Youth Group. Bud and Chris each invite Natalie to join them for very different post-game activities. While Natalie likes Bud’s rock-and-roll parties, she chooses to join Chris at the church group’s 5th Quarter. After too much booze, Bud decides to jump on his motorcycle and prove to Natalie that she belongs with him. The ensuing drunken car crash leaves all three teens dead. At the end of the day, all three made plans, but not to stand before God. See what happens when reality and eternity collide.


    This script is based on the true story of an amazing young man named Kelly Humphrey. Popular within his school, youth group, and peers, he has an incredible influence on those around him. However, after a routine check-up shows unusual masses, the doctor orders a biopsy. The results verify that Kelly has aggressive cancer. After undergoing several surgeries, Kelly makes the decision to stop treatment. He decides to praise God for the life He gave him and stop worrying. His hope, faith, and spirit help lead others to Christ before cancer wins the earthly battle.


    Hannah Sobeski is in the prime of her high school career. At 17, she has popularity, athleticism, academics, and looks. She possesses everything that makes a high school girl a success. What really makes Hannah who she is comes from the solid foundation of her faith in Christ. She is a powerful force for God in every situation, but her life soon comes under attack from an enemy known as cancer. Will she falter? Will her faith be shaken? Can a 17-year-old handle this? In the face of death, Hannah makes a shocking proclamation.


    Even when we do everything we can to protect ourselves and our possessions we aren’t always successful. The Kurtman family experiences this truth as they fall victim to a home invader brandishing a gun. Being unjustly murdered seems to be heaven worthy in Mr. Kurtman’s eyes. How will God see it?


    Kevin and Cory grew up in military families. As best friends, they were inseparable. They even entered the military together and stood side by side through boot camp, basic training, and even the battlefield. Then one fateful day the boys were involved in a battle that left three dead, including Kevin. His love for his country and Heavenly Father made a lasting impression and sealed his eternal destination.


    The Brown family is active in their community and in their church. Mrs. Brown is the women’s ministry coordinator for the upcoming Masquerade party. Mr. Brown is a deacon at the church and a very family oriented dad and husband. Mr. Brown has a co-worker Daren Johnson, whose life has been filled with tragedy and hurt causing him to wear an emotional mask that couldn’t be penetrated. Because of his background, Daren is strongly opposed to anything regarding church or God. Finally, God’s love breaks through his mask and he experiences true freedom.


    Ben and Lisa Johnson are siblings caught in the middle of an ugly divorce. While Ben has relied on his faith in Christ, Lisa has begun to experiment with prescription pills she has stolen from her mother. At the prompting of her friends, Lisa’s partying has gotten way out of control. In an attempt to rescue his sister, Ben reaches out with the Gospel. However, when one of these parties turns lethal from a deadly combination of meds and alcohol, lives are catapulted into eternity.


    Bullying is a huge issue that affects the lives of thousands of students. In this story, a young man experiencing a difficult home life and the hurt of being bullied, turns to revenge. He lashes out in the same way we have seen so many others by causing ruin in his life and the lives of many innocent people. See how the decisions made in this life affect what a person experiences for eternity.


    Brett Connors is an absentee father who struggles with priorities. When persuaded to attend a Bible study with a friend, he is instantly skeptical. Little did he know that his daughter was experiencing similar doubts about Jesus. Realizing he was late picking her up, Brett speeds and loses control of the car. The car accident was fatal. Did he accept Jesus into his life before it was too late? 


    River Ridge High is in the basketball championship! Their team is having an extraordinary year led by their star players, Robb and Kevin. Much of the praise, however, lies with Coach Wyatt, who has been a constant role model and avenue of support and encouragement for the team. Kevin and Robb seem to be distracted by a flirtatious cheerleader named Dina. In order to refocus his players, Coach Wyatt challenges them with scripture and both Kevin and Robb give their life to Christ. Then just before tip-off of the big game, disaster strikes as a tornado touches down and rips the gymnasium apart. Coach Wyatt, Robb, and Dina lose their lives, but find their eternity. 


    Nobody likes to be picked on, especially Simon, who seems to have been the on the wrong end of jokes his whole life. Toby has been trying to reach out to Simon, inviting him to church, but Simon just can’t let go. One tormenter of Simon’s is Mitch; a partier and narcissistic boyfriend to Alexis. After hiding many dark secrets, Alexis is trying to make right of her past. While secretly carrying Mitch’s baby, she turns to Toby for biblical guidance. With a new lease on her spiritual life, she and Toby reach out to Mitch, but is it too late? Simon has emerged with a firearm! At the end of the rampage, all four lay dead and awaken to find their eternal destination.


    A condemned local building has become a hot spot for teens, but more so for drugs and alcohol. What started out as a simple choice years earlier, has turned into full fledge addictions. What happens when drugs, alcohol, lies, tempers, and compassion find themselves face to face in the unstable building?


    When stress starts to build at home, the Fulbright family decides to take a deep woods camping adventure to escape the troubles plaguing them. Little do they know that their disagreements will pale in comparison to the storm they are about to face. Shortly after arriving, a heated dispute charged with emotional pain succumbs to physical and spiritual terror when a freak thunderstorm hurdles family members into eternity. Witness this family struggle physically, emotionally, and spiritually as they try to weather raging storms.


    On average, 1000 people in the United States die every year from carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. It binds to blood with 250 times more affinity than oxygen and therefore, replaces oxygen in the blood resulting in eventual suffocation. It is silent but lethal, and it has just taken the lives of four members in the Wood family.


    Michelle is a teen who feels crushed by her parents’ expectations of her. Her self-esteem is damaged by constant comparison to her older brother. Michelle is bullied at school and feels like her life is crashing down. Her friend, Emma, is a follower of Jesus and believes He is the solution to Michelle’s problems. Will Michelle realize that we are all Jesus’ treasures? 


    Carol Endicott is super mom! From cooking and cleaning to algebra, she can do it all. The mother of three has everything but time for God. Why should she? She is a self-made wife and mother. After picking up her kids from drama practice, daughter Abby tries to inform her mother of her decision to accept Christ. But Carol brushes off the topic and takes the kids to a local sidewalk café. Unexpected is the word that describes what happens next. Texting and driving has left a family in ruins and the perfect mother without excuse before the throne of God.


    Tired of his dysfunctional family, Alexander Johnson or “AJ” entered into the realm of cyber-stalking. It began with just searching, that led to interaction, which led to him creating a false identity in the form of an exchange student named Reynaldo. Little did he know that the young girl he was stalking happened to be a friend of his own daughter. Out of control lust led to the death of a young girl and a death row sentence for AJ.


    Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are going out of town on business, leaving their two teenage children, Whitney and Darin, home alone. This is prime time partying and Darin knows it, but Whitney is having second thoughts. She recently gave her life to Christ and knows that this is not only irresponsible, but it is sin. Reluctantly, she goes along with the party idea, thinking that she can supervise and take control if needed. With the party raging, Whitney quickly loses control. Drinking, smoking, and music dominate the house as Whitney leaves to take home a drunken friend. She returns to see her parents’ home engulfed in flames. Unable to locate Darin, she darts away from firefighters and enters the house. Both children lose their lives in the fire and enter their eternal destinations.

  • WHY

    Everyone faces the question of why at some point in their lives. Why did this happen to me? Why didn't God intervene? Why should I even go on in life? In this story, two teenage siblings are faced with the death of their mother. One spends life looking for a reason for the tragedy, the other chooses to find purpose in life beyond the tragedy. See how their choices affect their futures both in their earthly lives and in eternity.


    Russ has a terrible life by most standards. His parents are in prison for drug charges, he lives with his grandma in a strange town, and on top of that he has no friends. The other kids torment him with words and looks, and the sad thing is, these are supposed to be “church kids”. At a church camp, which his grandmother made him attend, the kids torment him with bullying words and actions. The youth pastor tries to reach out to Russ and also scolds those who persecute him. Russ begins to come around, but when he learns that his grandma has passed away unexpectedly, he takes his life into his own hands. After an overdose of pills, he finds himself standing before God’s judgement.