Go Ask Your Mother…A Father’s Story
NOTE: As of January 2020, after 45 years of touring and performing, Chuck Neighbors is taking a break from his travels and devoting his time to writing. However, feel free to inquire about the availability of this production as exceptions may be made.
Performed by Chuck Neighbors
Go Ask Your Mother is the second presentation of true-life stories from Chuck Neighbors. In this presentation Chuck tackles fatherhood, sharing lessons he learned from his father and some of the joys, humor, and trials of raising three sons of his own. You’ll hear stories of kids embarrassing their parents, stories of rebellion and reconciliation, and unfinished stories of hope rooted in a father’s love for his kids. Much is written today about kids raised in the church, only to abandon the faith when they leave home. Chuck shares his own experience with this troublesome issue. Raising kids is not for the faint of heart and you will identify with this father’s confessions of struggles, uncertainty and hope for the future.
|Length:||Approx. 45 minutes|
|Themes:||Family, Parenting, Faith, Hope, Reconciliation|
|Audience:||Teen through adult
Great for worship services, outreach events, dinner/dessert theater, retreats and conferences
“Your presentation of Go Ask Your Mother. . . has to be one of the best one man acts I have seen you do. The transparency of your own life drew me in immediately and held my attention beginning to end. It hit close to home on many levels for me. Thanks for the reminder of Hope. The feedback I have received from the congregation has been all positive. The folks really enjoyed the morning.”
Alan Hoenhous, Pastor
Puyallup Evangelical Church, Puyallup, WA