Scripts & Treatment

I have copyrighted all 84 scripts of COME FLY WITH ME (former title) with the United States Copyright Office under Registration #PU 3-928-424

I have registered all 84 scripts of COME FLY WITH ME (former title) with the Writer’s Guild of America West under Registration #1963318

I have registered my revised pilot, THE GOD-KING, with the Writer’s Guild of America under Registration #1999463

The script of the pilot is available to you upon request. Just contact me with something like “Link to your Script” or similar in the subject line here: 

The script of the trailer is here.


LOGLINE – The God-King arrives on earth disguised as a carpenter and travels the kingdom helping people with his superpowers.  Some search for him, some run from him, no one is ever the same.

PILOT ~ SEARCH FOR THE KING – After a riot, two first-century nerds with a list of qualifications set out to find the God-King and are beaten and robbed, get lost, and attacked by snakes. When they finally find him, they are shocked.

GENRE:  Procedural One-Hour TV Drama.  Think Highway to Heaven and Touched by an Angel.  Each episode is about someone different Jesus meets and helps.

TARGET AUDIENCE:  TEENS & YOUNG ADULTS. America is on the brink of a new GREAT AWAKENING. The last one was during Billy Graham’s heyday just when it seemed society could not get any worse. This one will be led by today’s teens and young adults. (Faith-based movies are just now appearing.)

FIRST-CENTURY WORLD: It has been two decades since Herod the Great died and numerous would-be’s have claimed to be the next king and failed. Now the word is out: The God-King is coming.

JESUS is the first-century’s Superman:  Superheroes are very popular. Many of today’s teens and young adults do not comprehend churchy words like savior or messiah.  Jesus is called the God-man or God-king, his miracles are called superpowers, and he reads minds. Jesus was not just a carpenter. With no lumber yards, he had to go up in the mountains and chop down his own trees.  He had to be a strong lumberjack.

Jesus has the personality of a cross between the caring and strength of Superman and the energy and instincts of Robin Williams. If he sees a crippled man on a mat on the ground, he gets down on his belly and elbows and talks to the man eye to eye. When done, Jesus says nonchalantly, “Get up now. You can walk.” He may be in conversation with a woman with no hand, then offer to shake hands with her. When she raises her arm to show her stub, her hand is back!  He can read minds so sometimes looks upward, then says, “Gotta go.”

CASTMany are under age 30. Modern vocabulary helps connect people in robes and today’s young people.

HIS 12 AIDES lend themselves to international film distribution and multicultural acceptance of today’s young people. Two are introduced in the pilot along with cameos of three others.

  • Peter (26) is a fisherman from Galilee, Palestine, so wears a rope necklace with a fish on the end and knee-length brown work tunic. (He eventually went to Turkey and Italy where they dress the same as Palestine.)
  • Andrew(23), Peter’s brother, dresses the same. (He eventually went to Turkey where they dress the same as )
  • James (28)is a fisherman from Galilee, Palestine, so wears an anchor earring and a knee-length brown work tunic. (Died in Jerusalem)
  • John(26), James’ brother, dresses the same. (He eventually went to Turkey where they dress the same as Palestine)
  • Philip’s (23) name means horse and he eventually went to Egypt as a missionary. Therefore, I made his parents are Egyptian and Arabian Horse breeders and were from Alexandria, Egypt, where half the population was Jewish.  He wears a knee-length Egyptian kilt and a neme on his head to keep the sun off his neck.
  • Nathaniel (22)is from Cana in Palestine I made his family be in the tapestry business. Therefore, he wears a tapestry robe and a short beard.
  • Matthew (32)eventually went to Ethiopia as a missionary. Therefore, I made him a tall black man. He is rich, so wears a tapestry robe and tall cone-shaped tapestry headdress.
  • Big Little James (30)is Matthew’s brother, but tradition says he was an Essene, so he wears a plain tunic with a headband. He is Ethiopian and tall.
  • Thaddeus (21)is traditionally Syrian. He wears a tidy square beard and blue tunic with fringe on the bottom, red shawl with fringe, and a long sash around his head.
  • Simon the Revolutionary (19)is the “hood” of the group and is from Canaan (today’s Lebanon) known for shipbuilding. He wears a 3-tiered leather kilt, short cape, large circle earring, and a flimsy cone-shaped hat.
  • Thomas the Twin (31)is traditionally from Syria, but he went to India as a missionary, so made him a sailor.  He wears a turban, short beard, and a bright-colored sari.
  • Judas (33)is from Kerioth in Judea and was their egotistical treasurer. He wears a colored tunics and a white Roman toga.


TEASER: A shooting star lands on earth and disappears leaving Jesus in a royal robe and crown. Satan with yellow eyes appears and orders Jesus to leave; instead Satan leaves. Jesus hangs his robe and crown on a branch, picks up a log and walks away with it on his shoulder. Andrew and Philip, both 12, exasperate their rabbi schoolmaster by taking him in circles about prophecies of the coming God-King. After school, jealous schoolmates throw stones at them “because Philip is Egyptian”. They are scared off by older-brother Peter. Suddenly it is 17 years later. Andrew and Philip witness a riot on the highway. Andrew is depressed because a relative was killed in the riots down in Jerusalem and he blames himself for his mother’s death.  What’s life for? Nothing is right. Philip pulls him out of it and tells Andrew they both believe the God-King is about to arrive. So, who better than them to find the king before things get worse?

ACT ONE:  Andrew and Philip meet several times to make sure they have found all the prophecies of the God-King. Then they hear John, the hermit priest, has seen the God-King himself.  Andrew and Philip go on the highway to find John. In their caravan they ask around day after day to see if anyone knows where John is. They go into a town and a man in a tavern sends them on a wild goose chase in the wrong direction. Finally, they realize, “We’re lost.”

ACT TWO: More days and nights in the caravan. Sometimes someone saw John a week or two ago. Finally, when they hear a sure thing, they become impatient. They crawl out of their tent in the middle of the night, go on the highway, and are beaten, robbed, and knocked out. The caravan finds them. When they come to, they are shocked. Their list of criteria has been stolen. Andrew gets depressed again.  Philip pulls him out by telling him he has the list memorized.

ACT THREE: A woman in the caravan takes them into the nearest town for treatment. They get back on the highway. At last, in the southern province of Perea, they walk as far as the Dead Sea and Qamram. Sand and cliffs is all they see and are attacked by deadly snakes. They escape, and slump down in the sand, both depressed. “We’ve wasted our efforts. Let’s go home. Why go home? Riots and killing will still be everywhere. Life is too hard. We could do it together. You know, end it All.” They turn around and head back toward home, defeated.  A few miles up the highway, they hear a commotion. It is John, the hermit priest!  They hear him order people to stop lying, stop cheating, stop stealing. Andrew and Philip decide to be immersed for the ceremonial cleansing. They become John’s helpers and direct traffic to the riverbank for his speeches every day while John waits for the God-King to show up. In private, John tells them the God-King’s name is Jesus. It has no effect because half the men in Palestine are named Jesus. They are shocked one night when John explains God descended into Jesus’ body.

ACT FOUR:  They stay with John and help him for about a month waiting for Jesus to come back from the wilderness. When they finally see Jesus, they are shocked. They had both known Jesus up in Galilee while growing up. John must be mistaken. They go to Jesus’ rented room and argue all night. Their heads swim. Finally, they believe. When Andrew runs out into the street to tell everyone he found the God-King, he sees a friend from home who tells him Peter has come down here to sell dried fish. Andrew runs to get him and introduces him to Jesus. Andrew remembers friend Nathaniel lives there, and goes to get him. All four bow to the floor. He tells them to rise “because the preliminaries are over” and asks them to come along and fly with him as he begins the greatest kingdom on earth. They head back north and Nathaniel makes one last discovery:  “You read minds too?” “You haven’t seen anything. Come, fly with me!”

BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF THE ENTIRE SERIES – Season 1 – HEARTS AFIRE; Season 2 – DREAM MAKER; Season 3 – FOLK HERO; Season 4 – FLOOD GATES; Season 5 – PROMISE KEEPER; Season 6 – SHADOW OF DEATH; Season 7 – COME FLY WITH ME; Season 8 – STAR SONG (How it All Began)



True story is emphasized with subtitles of dates and places through the action.

Today’s young people like to participate and do things on their i-phones. The audience gets to vote on the ending of each episode.

Actors in their 20s.  Most of the primary actors will be in their twenties. After all, Jesus had just turned 30.  (See above list)

21st-century vocabulary in robes.  To help young people connect with first-century Bible-based episodes, 21st-century vocabulary is used.

B-Plots in every episode bring out an ethical point. The twelve “aides” interact in subplots in every episode.

Today’s young people have world views. The unique dress of the 12 aides will help viewers keep track of who is who (and encourage international distribution).



FREE SHOOTING SITE: It would be impractical to film on location because people would have to move there for eight years (if the series runs for its entire 84 episodes). Some shooting sites cost up to $1200/day. The city of Casa Grande has granted free and indefinite use of its 230-acre desert park.  For pictures, look here.

FREE FIRST-CENTURY TOWNSITE: I am working on building a first-century townsite (which can also be an ancient Indian village for other filmmakers) through a civil engineering major at Arizona State University.

FREE PUBLICITY: The city of Casa Grande wants publicity for the filming site. They will put up signs on I-10 (two miles away) and also include blurbs about the site in state and national tourist booklets. “Come see where Come Fly With Me is being made.  Bring a picnic basket.

TAX CREDITS: Arizona used to offer tax credits to the film industry.  Matthew Earl Jones, Arizona State Film Commissioner, is working with the Commerce Department and the governor to try to get it reinstated.

DISTRIBUTION: Churches are bursting at the seams in Eastern Europe. The president of Ukraine requested a Bible be given to every student and teacher in the nation in order to lower the crime rate. The same is going on in Bulgaria and elsewhere in the former atheistic Soviet Union.  In the US, is a new trend of faith-based movies.



Katheryn Maddox Haddad spends an average of 300 hours researching for each biblical historical novel, including ancient historians, archaeological sites, and other original sources to ensure authenticity. With a bachelor’s degree in English, Bible and history and part of a master’s degree in Bible, including Greek, Katheryn Maddox Haddad also has a master’s degree in management and public relations.

She also draws on her broad background as social worker, foster mother, missionary to Korea, and business professor at Rochester College in Michigan to create fresh, insightful, and exciting ways to portray Bible characters.

She is author of over sixty-five books, both non-fiction and fiction.  For many years, she has been sending out every morning a daily scripture and short inspirational thought to some 30,000 people around the world.

She spends half her day writing, and the other half teaching English over the internet worldwide using the Bible as textbook.  She has taught some 6500 Muslims through World English Institute.  Students she has converted to Christianity are in hiding in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Somalia, Jordan, and Palestine.  “They are my heroes,” she declares.

She is a member of the Arizona Production Assn, Arizona Independent Film Assn., Phoenix Screen Writers Assn, Arizona Film & Media Coalition, International Christian Media Association, American Christian Fiction Writers, and the Historical Novel Society. She is also an energetic public speaker.