The character of God and foundation for theology is explained through a simple child’s prayer.
You can’t fake your way through reading the Bible. If you don’t have a passion for it, if you don’t discipline yourself enough to read it, you’ll miss out on the good things that God says through his word. In this sketch, Ted has missed out on reading the book and is just pretending to have read it, hoping that no one asks too much of him. He’s just there for Blanche, as a way of impressing the girl.
Celia and Brad discover that reading stories from the Bible can be as juicy and scandalous as watching an episode of CSI.
Let’s be honest. Sometimes we lose sight of the wonder of what God did for us through the death and resurrection of Jesus. But there’s nothing mundane about it. In this skit, two friends happen upon each other. One friend is able to share the basics of the mind-blowing gospel in a way that makes the other hungry to know more. Could be a great way to lead into worship or preaching.
God’s word is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path. Yet, so often we try to blaze our own trail, rather than trusting in the one God has designed for us to follow.
Just as a pirate needs the help of a compass to find his way, Christians nee the guidance of the Holy Spirit to point us in the right direction.
A sales pitch for a new version of the Bible that promises to give you exactly what you want.
This is a Readers Theatre expressing our devotion and gratefulness to the One who sent us the greatest love letter.
Don’t have the preparation time, massive cast of actors, or camel rental budget for a huge Easter production this year? We’ve got the solution: a hybrid between a Readers’ Theatre and a Script that will help you present the Greatest Story Ever Told. The powerful story of Christ’s death on the cross and the events leading up to his ultimate sacrifice.
King Herod knew the birth of another king, Jesus, would mean his life would have to change. Do we recognize the same thing and that there cannot be two kings?
Two moms are talking while their sons are playing with their Super Jesus Action Figures, when another mom stops by with her son. They discover that Jesus isn’t what we want to make Him - like a toy in a box that is molded into our image.
This skit examines the difference between standard truth and Jesus’s truth and our reaction when faced with the sometimes inconvenient nature of His truth.
A Dad gives up on the directions that came with his child’s bike the night before Christmas as the Mom draws the parallel that God never wanted us to put together our lives without help.
At the center of our faith is a book that tells the story of God and his activity in the lives of men and women throughout history-yet everyone seems to have their own unique perspective on it.
Can you imagine being in a gourmet restaurant and ordering a big juicy steak, but once the food comes you admire it and then get up and walk out without eating it? This script is an illustration of how we treat Scripture. We read it and savor it, but often walk away from it without applying it to our lives. This skit works best as a sermon illustration.
It doesn’t matter what kind of Bible you read…just as long as you read it.
Everyday we are faced with a multitude of choices. This skit shows that there is not an easier way for us to live than to stay true to what God has told us to do.