Modern take on the story of the angel appearing to the shepherds on the eve of Jesus’ birth.
A naïve youth group rediscovers the meaning of Christmas while reenacting the Nativity.
In a modern suburb, we meet three holiday planners who have “no room” for Joseph, Mary, and Jesus. Great set-up for a talk on changing our plans to make room for God’s.
A comical “welcome to church” sketch designed to put church visitors as ease and to encourage church members to bring their friends.
Rick and Toodie learn to give thanks “in all things.” Great illustration for Thanksgiving or to accompany a message on Gratitude.
As moms, all we want for Christmas is to create special memories for our families, but sometimes it’s easy to get carried away. In all of the splendor of the season, don’t forget to keep the focus on the reason why we celebrate in the first place.
After reconciling the Christmas gift receipts and devising a payment plan, a husband and wife wonder whether it was all worth the price they paid - and rediscover what it cost Christ on that first Christmas.
While on a family trip, Rick and Toodie both learn the importance of asking for directions. A fun, fresh perspective on prayer and pride.
In this retelling of the ancient story a greedy man learns what really matters- and what really doesn’t. A touching, gently whimsical illustration of the redeeming power of love.
Prayer is us communicating with God, but as Christians we oftentimes treat prayer as something to be checked off a list. We miss the part where we are building our relationship with the Creator of the universe.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife.
A talk show host has a popular guest with a big announcement- Cupid is retiring. But when “Cupid” gets a chance to explain, the truth about romantic love comes out.
It’s his way vs. her way in the 11th annual Valentine’s Day gone wrong for the Johnsons.
A woman has a difficult time making commitments and sticking to her resolutions. But when she tries to return her latest resolution to the New Year’s Resolution Returns Desk, she gets some help figuring out why it’s so hard to commit.
Two angels reminisce and relive the glory days of one of their first nights, “The Big One,” the night when Jesus was born.
There are many ways to count your blessings this Thanksgiving. This script illustrates the importance of doing a quick inventory of all you have to be thankful for this year.
Two moms take a moment to express their excitement for the Thanksgiving holiday, full of fun family memories…well at least for one of them.
It’s that time of year again! A time of celebration, a time of giving…a time for practicing your best moves to knock over that lady who wants the same bunny slippers you do for Christmas! This is a fun look at how we often take our Christmas shopping a little over the top.
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.
Here’s a support group for people addicted to stuff. This is a great sermon set-up.
Several men and one inept wife attend a class on romance hoping to be able to speak the language of love better, but we quickly learn that the teacher has her hands full.
This is a fun way to start your Christmas Eve service and to get your congregation warmed up a for a time of celebration.
Hearing God’s call is one thing. Answering it can be really scary. In this skit, a “hero-in-training” gets a pep talk from some big-time Bible heroes.
Four scenes take place in which believers are caught being Pharisees.
Two women have entered a canoe race for a charity event. One is experienced and the other…not so much. Once the inexperienced canoe-r finds out what the prize is, she suddenly becomes very motivated.
Two different groups from church are meeting and being observed by a Crocodile Hunter character. One has the right idea about a small group’s purpose and the other can’t seem to get past the ritual of organization.
Joseph was his father’s favorite and his brothers resented him for it. But God had big plans for this little brother.
When Marie Kaplouski fills in for her hero, Martha Stewart, her cooking venture goes awry when she chooses not to follow Martha’s proven recipe.
Two former tag-team champion wrestlers feud over something trivial. This skit parallels the futility of the grudges between believers.
Four church members make critical comments throughout the worship service and then compare their perspectives after the service, only to miss the entire purpose of being in corporate worship that day. They forget to be concerned about what God likes instead of what they prefer.
Frank and Darryl interrogate Todd, a prospective church member, to find out why he hasn’t come back to visit their church.