This exquisite, delicately crafted play is the story of Eli, a wealthy farmer. It is also the story of his son, who left the safety of his father's estate to join the common folk of troubled lands and to fight the oppressors. On the night before the son's greatest battle, parent and child meet one last time. A poignant, deeply moving play.
"The beautiful imagery eventually leads the audience to a discovery of God the Father and God the Son in prayer and communion." - Lutheran Witness