Sometimes we believe that God just tolerates us because of all the “yuck” in our hearts. In this script, Tommy and Eddie take a look at David’s honest prayer to God about the transformation of our hearts and lives.
This is the story of the Prodigal Son told from the perspectives of two brothers.
As moms, we are the hardest on ourselves with how we think we’re doing. In this skit, a mother and her child have two very different perspectives on how their day went.
Tommy and Eddie deliver a special Mother’s Day message, but Tommy gets a little carried away in song. Perform
After his resurrection, Jesus offers grace to Peter and gently confronts him about his mistakes, his purpose, and what comes next.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward.
Two friends try to top each other with their experiences of knowing Jesus.
Two wives have a message for their husbands about what they really want for Valentine’s Day.
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.
A date night reveals that being connected to the outside world is killing their connection to each other.
While a “fan” of Jesus only wants to be in the fan club as long as Jesus is doing something spectacular, a follower marvels at all of Jesus’ works - even the quiet moments seen by few - and wants to live his live in the same way.
Here are four scenes of people who live without joy and need to find it in their everyday lives.
Two friends have an exciting weekend at a football game and a rock concert, but when it comes to church on Sunday the excitement seems to fade away.
In this skit, Actor 2 is tired of living the Christian life and trying to be good all the time. But Actor 1 asks the question, “what if Jesus were too tired?”
Two girls are talking about how hypocritical people in their youth group are while demonstrating the “fine art” of gossip and hypocrisy for themselves.
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.
This is a fun way to start your Christmas Eve service and to get your congregation warmed up a for a time of celebration.
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.
Joseph was his father’s favorite and his brothers resented him for it. But God had big plans for this little brother.
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.
Through the eyes of both father and son, one of the most powerful of Jesus’ parables comes to life.
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.
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 mom is having a hard time letting her “little boy” go off to school and reflects on how fast time flies…especially when her “little boy” is going off to college.
A new teacher is reconsidering her career choice after a very rough first day of school, but a wise custodian talks her off the ledge.
This skit talks about the frequency with which people misappropriate their actions to God. We have a tendency to let God bear the responsibility of our action, when we are really the ones making decisions.
A series of examples and questions to cause the listeners to consider if there is a void in their lives and to consider Jesus as the Author and Finisher of their faith.
A series of questions proposing what would have been missed if the shepherds had used excuses to not visit the baby Jesus. Those questions parallel the excuses people use today to avoid meeting Jesus in a personal way.
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.