True story. A college teacher encounters a young inner city tough guy who restores his sense of mission – and of the calling everyone has to redeem the lives of others.
The risen Christ appears to his disciples, but Peter’s joy is shadowed by guilt. Jesus’ assurance of love and forgiveness comes with a command: pass it on!
Following Jesus’ arrest, and his own denial of Him, Peter is devastated. His dreams are invaded by images of destruction. In the darkest hour, Jesus is there with us. Are we with Him?
Peter is overjoyed at the way God is working through him. Yet a terrible test lies ahead: “I could never deny Him,” Peter declares. We’re called to serve Him in season and out.
Follow the footsteps of the ones surrounding Jesus on His journey to the cross in this collection of inspiring scripts for Easter. This collection includes all 14 of the “At the Cross” scripts. Including Mary and the Baby Jesus,Mary and the Lord Jesus, Nicodemus, Peter, The Centurion, The Mob, The Two Thieves and more.
A teenager is challenged to list his/her resolutions for the New Year.
A man/woman is challenged to list his/her goals for the New Year.
An explanation of Easter.
A family prepares to meet an honored guest: the young soldier whose life was spared thanks to the sacrifice of their son. When the young man and the family meet, the family is met with the disappointment and awareness of the contrast between his life and the life of his substitute. Parallels a holy God’s sacrifice for an unworthy people.
A date night reveals that being connected to the outside world is killing their connection to each other.
Here are four scenes of people who live without joy and need to find it in their everyday lives.
This skit shares three stories: one old man who never knew love, a girl who wants to hear her father say “I love you,” and a girl who finds forgiveness and love from her Maker.
This monologue, designed to be presented on Christmas Eve before the story of Jesus’ birth is shared, expresses through one voice the many thoughts and feelings of those who are drawn to Christmas.
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?
A woman reflects on her imperfections, resolutions over the years, and the changes each new year brings.
A story is told of a young couple with romantic notions of marriage when their ideal vision for the future is suddenly interrupted by God.
These three scenes each depict an individual dealing with personal crisis. Through their monologues with God, they each reveal a different attitude reflecting their belief as to who God is.
A prayer of thanksgiving to God and a response from God’s Word from Jeremiah 32 and 33.
A frazzled young woman struggles with the disenchantment that can come when our holiday expectations don’t align with reality, and the idols we mistakenly establish in our hearts.
The most repeated command in the Bible is “Do Not Fear” or “Fear Not.” Yet how often do we disobey that command and allow fear to grind us to a halt, leaving us like deer in the headlights. How often are we letting God’s will go unlived in the world?
After getting his car stuck in a rut, a husband begins to realize that his marriage is also stuck in a rut…but some ruts are good ones.
A husband and father is trying his best to balance family and work, but he finds that work seems to be his priority and his family ends up suffering for it.
A young girl considered the “social outcast” of her high school contemplates her life and the secrets she has kept as she starts another school year.
A high school student of influence contemplates his choices and his desire to be different as he returns to school.
Through the eyes of both father and son, one of the most powerful of Jesus’ parables comes to life.
A typical “Christian” family passes by 3 scenarios where they could display love to their neighbors, before finding themselves stranded motorists assisted by an unlikely “Good Samaritan.”
A lawyer serving out a community service sentence criticizes and judges the recipient of a charity home as lazy and self-centered while ignoring those tendencies in himself.
A Reader’s Theatre about God’s love and acceptance as a Father who pursued His people.
What a comfort to know that no matter what we do or no matter where we go, God the Father will always be there. Here is the Psalmist’s prayer as a responsive reading.
An unloved woman with a messy background who wants nothing more than to find worth is surprised to discover it at her new church.
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.
This skit examines how we act in the dark or when the microphones are off. Everyone gives their best performance when the lights and mics are on, but how do we act when no one is around?