Theresa G-H is an outgoing native of New York who’s never met a stranger. She’s a woman of many talents and doesn’t do anything halfway. Theresa has many loves, including her 2 sons and 3 grandchildren, but her greatest love is for her Master and Savior, Jesus Christ. “Everything else is secondary,” says Theresa.
She came to the Great Passion Play 3 years ago serving as a volunteer. This past year has been challenging for Theresa, as life sometimes takes us where we never thought we would go.
Through much fasting and prayer, the Lord Jesus led her here. “I have confidence in Him that this is where I’m supposed to be for now,” she states.
Theresa considers working in the information booth a ministry. She enjoys welcoming all the visitors who come to see the play and inquire about the Christ of the Ozarks statue. For many of our guests, she finds they are unaware of all the attractions we have to offer besides the Passion Play and statue. She encourages everyone to take our Holy Land tour and spend some time in the variety of museums we offer.
Theresa often quotes Luke 12:48, “To whom much is given, much is required.” Trusting in this scripture, she never tires of serving others and regards the opportunity as an honor.
You will see Theresa in many roles here on campus, acting on stage as servant girl is one of them. She’s a fast learner and looks forward to playing a new role for season 2024. Thank you Theresa for your hard work, your dedication doesn’t go unnoticed.