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Say No to Drugs: A Musical Drama



SKU# 9780816362707

By Saustin Sampson Mfune

ISBN: 9780816362707 | 72 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2017

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Drug abuse continues to be a big problem in many societies worldwide. In this book, Saustin Sampson Mfune gives a refreshing and positive prevention message through original songs and a skit. By focusing on other health behaviors such as keeping one’s environment clean and self-esteem this musical drama gives a holistic setting to drug abuse avoidance. The spiritual component of commitment to prevention makes this book unique. This drama which provides a great entertainment at home would be appreciated in a range of settings from school assemblies, church programs, children and youth organizations and public appearances. It is a great tool for evangelism.

Songs Include:

  1. It’s Time for Pro-Active Kids
  2. Morning Prayer
  3. A Helping Band
  4. Keep Your City Clean
  5. Children’s Plea
  6. Please Come Back
  7. Let All Children Know
  8. Shorty-Shorty!
  9. Say No to Drugs
  10. I Pledge to Keep My Body Pure

The price includes a script book wrapped with 2 CDs.

CD 1 (Drama) and CD 2 (Songs 1-10, Soundtracks 11-20).

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Drug abuse continues to be a big problem in many societies worldwide. In this book, Saustin Sampson Mfune gives a refreshing and positive prevention message through original songs and a skit. By focusing on other health behaviors such as keeping one’s environment clean and self-esteem this musical drama gives a holistic setting to drug abuse avoidance. The spiritual component of commitment to prevention makes this book unique. This drama which provides a great entertainment at home would be appreciated in a range of settings from school assemblies, church programs, children and youth organizations and public appearances. It is a great tool for evangelism.

Songs Include:

  1. It’s Time for Pro-Active Kids
  2. Morning Prayer
  3. A Helping Band
  4. Keep Your City Clean
  5. Children’s Plea
  6. Please Come Back
  7. Let All Children Know
  8. Shorty-Shorty!
  9. Say No to Drugs
  10. I Pledge to Keep My Body Pure

The price includes a script book wrapped with 2 CDs.

CD 1 (Drama) and CD 2 (Songs 1-10, Soundtracks 11-20).

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Saustin Sampson Mfune


One word sums up Saustin Sampson Mfune and that word is “Children.” Saustin Sampson Mfune is a native of Malawi Africa, and is currently serving his second term at the General Conference of SDA as an Associate Children’s Ministries Director. Mfune loves children with a passion. Due to his small stature and a big voice, he is affectionately called “Little Giant” or “A small man with a big voice.” Mfune is a gifted drama writer and a prolific composer of children’s songs. He is a great story teller holding his audiences spellbound.

Mfune has authored several books and these include, African Adventure Stories Volume’s 1 and 2; Parenting for Heaven, 111 Tips for Raising Godly Kids, and A Musical Journey which he co-authored with his son, Dumisani Zee. He has also written for Ministry Magazine and Adventist Review.

Dr. Mfune has served the church in many capacities in the former Eastern Africa Division. He obtained his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Andrews University, Michigan, USA. He and his wife, Gertrude, have two adult sons, two adopted children, and two grandchildren, Shaneequa Neenee, and Skyla Tonella.