I'm a tad stuck on the epilogue to my feature screenplay, maybe you can help! Here's the dilemma: A man (call him Fred) puts you, this "so-called Christian," (smile) through a painful Job experience. By the end, he's broken you most effectively. Turns out his objective was to humble you so he could use you effectively for the kingdom. But for ...what? Looking for suggestions. How will he use you? Remember, it's a movie and the story is about your transformation. The epilogue should justify your trial and count in a big way, i.e., something that could win others to the Kingdom, or develop Christians in a powerful way (for example, maybe Fred is creating an organization of on-fire believers and new converts where, through Christ, not one is hungry, not one is unemployed, etc., and more organizations are formed, etc., but everyone must go through the same secret trial you did, etc.). Suggestions can't be preachy, though. BTW: Fred is wealthy, so we have options. I want to end this maybe one-two pages after your transformation, so not looking for a drawn out second-story. Sorry for the lengthy post!