This script shows appreciation for our fathers from the perspective of a Small Child, a Teenager, a College Student, a New Parent and an Empty-Nester in that succession.
Being a dad is tough, but sometimes the older you get, the more you get the hang of it.
Willie made his mom a Mother’s Day card, but after Susie and Sammy make fun of it he’s a little ashamed to give it to her. But once Willie’s mom sees the card, they learn that moms come with “special eyes”.
Use this easy to pull together Mother’s Day script to share the comedy and sincerity that is in the blessing of motherhood.
Julie and Joe have a problem keeping promises.
What dinner would look like if children ran the household. A script on parenting, discipline and the family.
A modern day version of the popular family program The Christmas Experience. Includes sometimes dramatic, often funny, contemporary versions of the events leading up to Jesus’ birth. The audience journeys to three different settings where three short plays are performed, then gathers for singing, a present day version of the Nativity, a short message, and candle-lighting.
Modern take on the story of the angel appearing to the shepherds on the eve of Jesus’ birth.
Each member of a family reads aloud their Father’s Day card to their dad illustrating the different phases of life, and what “dad” means to each phase.
A brother and sister reminisce about their childhoods and how their mom taught them about unconditional love.
Hosting her first Thanksgiving has Avery in a grocery store panic, until a voice of experience provides a “reality check” about hospitality.
As a Dad prepares to speak on God’s love at the Christmas Eve service, he learns how simple understanding God’s love for us really is through the eyes of his young daughter.
A young brother and sister visit a family counselor to talk through what went wrong and fractured their family.
A son has questions for his Dad about the logistics of getting to Heaven, and as all great conversations between Dads and Sons, the conversation quickly turns to pirates.
A young dad agonizes over his less-than-perfect fathering skills, and in the process has an epiphany about his relationships with his own dad.
Teenagers have a difficult time understanding the advice and guidance from their parents…just as all of God’s children struggle with the direction of their heavenly Father.
Dad’s two teenagers are in a desperate last-minute quandary about what to give Dad for Father’s Day.
Three siblings are hired to clean the garage, and the one hired first has an issue with the wage paid to the one hired last. A retelling of Jesus’ parable of the “workers in the vineyard.”
Rick and Tina play hardball as they sit down to negotiate how they spend their time during the Christmas season.
Pat and Patty Anderson have the perfect marriage…or do they? When asked to make a video for their church on how to have a successful marriage, their “perfect marriage” gets caught on tape.
A family dinner turns into a WWE wrestling match in this script about family, arguing and peace.
This sincere monologue puts words to the feelings so many of us have for our fathers but aren’t always great at expressing.
This monologue is a sweet remembrance of a time a son went fishing with his dad, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Gary and Grady attempt to explain the purpose behind Mother’s Day and remind us that moms are so much more than just good cooks and cleaners.
Being a mom is one of the most thankless and difficult jobs there is, but hopefully this monologue will give the amazing moms in our churches a small glimpse into how much they are appreciated.
One family stops to count their blessings and as they do, realize that they each have a lot to be thankful for.
When we stop and focus on what we are truly thankful for, we can find joy…even in the midst of a stressful, busy life.
Three siblings reminisce about being subjected to their long-winded father’s tradition of a heavenly-minded Thanksgiving Toast.
A married couple is about to take the next step in their journey to parenthood, but not without some apprehensions.
A woman reflects on her childhood and learning what the true meaning of what a “gift” really is.
An out-of-work husband and father begins to question the reasons of why we celebrate Christmas, when his wife reminds him that there is a greater purpose at work.
Jim reminds Bill that at Christmas, there is always hope.