Humor has the ability to make us laugh about hard issues while simultaneously planting a seed of Biblical truth in our heart, mind, and spirit. "I Told the Storm" is a Christian comedy about the Robinson family and a season in the family's life which began at the death of the Robinson children's father and ends at a date with destiny. Although a comedy, "I Told the Storm" deals with the struggle of Christians to maintain a Christian lifestyle. "I Told the Storm" also deals with the effects of emotional trauma in the lives of young people, the spiritual doors that are opened through molestation and the ability of generational curses to destroy our today as well as our tomorrow. As Christians, we must understand the spiritual realm; nothing happens in the physical realm that has not occurred in the spiritual realm. "I Told the Storm" is depicted in the natural realm as well as in the spiritual realm. Through this play, we learn that the enemy has come to "kill, steal and destroy" whomever and whenever possible. "I Told the Storm" teaches us to use the power given to us by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit to release blessings and change, bind the works of the enemy, pull down strongholds, and to break yokes.