Jeanette Hill is the founder and creative director of Sight Ain’t Seeing Productions (SASP), which provides Christian plays and workshops to local churches, communities and organizations. An accomplished playwright and prolific writer, she has been writing plays since attending Goodyear Junior High School in Akron, Ohio, where her first play, When All Men Will Be Brothers, was performed in the eighth grade.
Her Christian plays have been performed at regional and national conferences. The highly acclaimed dramatic play, The Broom launched her dynamic ministry. Her other productions include, God Allows Y•O•U Turns, It’s Not About You, Another Chance, The Interview, One More Night With The Frogs, Bruised But Not Broken! and Talkin’ Bout Church Folks.
A transplanted Ohioan now living in Central Texas, she and her soul mate, Robert have four children. She is an active member of the Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church as the Christian Education Team Coordinator for the Women’s Ministry and as a teacher in the Church School. She acknowledges that her writing talent is a ‘gift from God’ and feels blessed for the opportunity to use her gift for the glory of God.
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