The Key is a short play about a girl who is lost in Christ, and through the testimonies of her cousin she starts to seek answers to why her cousin stays in a marriage that is abusive. Shortly after seeking answers about her cousin, she finds herself seeking salvation for herself. Kelly is brought to salvation through her own struggles in life and the need for change of her own ways. After accepting Christ into her own heart, Kelly starts praying for the salvation of two of the people she loved the most (her parents). Kelly prays for their salvation and through a dream, Christ lets her know that they will be alright. Soon after, both parents are saved, and God once again intervenes by answering the prayers of a family who once was lost but now is found.
The Key also has several of the author’s poems, some of which have won awards in the late eighties and early nineties, and published in anthologies.