Gracie is a young and talented athlete competing in this year’s “G-Games”. She has a devoted supporter and teammate in her heaven sent helper, Angelica, but a staunch nemesis in her opponent, Beezle. Will Gracie be able to win the coveted G-Race title or are the challenges she faces just too great? Join our G-Games competitors and crazy cast of characters as they illustrate some favorite Bible stories and seek to prove that Grace always wins!
A medical team is shocked to discover that its patient has a huge hole right in the middle of his soul (unquestionably the worst place), and now the race is on to find something that can adequately fill it in time.
In the thick of the “Christmas Crazy”, a Dad discovers one of the most dangerous deceptions of the holiday—that it’s for those who are good. A monologue to open a service.
An illustration on our faith and belief in Jesus assures us of eternity with Him. A couple is buying a new refrigerator, but the salesman insists they’ll need a warranty just in case their guaranteed, built-to-last appliance breaks down within the year.
Susie explains to Willie that there’s nothing you can do to earn a gift.
A woman is feeling guilty about not being a good enough Christian, so she visits The Office of Guilt Administration to find out just how truly awful she is.
Sam, Jake and Frank are three average shepherds whose lives are changed when they are visited by angels who bring news of Christ’s birth. While they are all eager to get going to visit the Christ child, they wrestle with the small matter of who is going to be on sheep duty. Includes mp3 of music found in the video version as seen below.
An innkeeper meets a young couple looking for a place to rest as they travel. Though weary, the innkeeper is in conflict about wanting to help vs. the reality of his booked up inn. Includes mp3 of music found in the video version as seen below.
Two guilty people are thankful for not getting what they deserve.
When Zechariah comes back from the temple unable to speak, his wife, Elizabeth, doesn’t understand why. But she learns that her husband’s inability to speak isn’t the only supernatural thing happening in their life. Includes mp3 of music found in the video version.
A mom and dad realize that it’s too hard to love their kids. so they come up with a plan to make it easier. This is a satirical look at how we sometimes believe we can earn God’s love by how we live our lives.
Gary and Grady explain that the story of Adam and Eve is about remaking our hearts to be like God’s. Not so much about the perils of fruit.
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 Bible has some “notorious” characters who encounter the truth of Jesus and whose lives show his transforming love in all its glory.
Jesus lived a short life, but in that time, he did so much. Perhaps even more than his accomplishments though, what is so profound is his unique ability to be everything we needed and be everything that no one else could. Based on a sermon by Sam Storm. Includes music from the video version.
Louis hears the phrase “Happy Holidays” one too many times and learns a lesson on the difference between religion and grace.
Christmas gifts come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and styles. This Christmas, introduce your church family to five people who discover that the gifts of Christmas are really:
The Gift of Expectancy
The Gift of Grace
The Gift of Reconciliation
The Gift of Adoption
The Gift of Jesus
Each gift will help your congregation enter the Christmas season with hearts overflowing with the love of God.
This includes all 5 scripts, mp3 music files, sermon outlines, still and motion backgrounds and artwork.
This is the story of the Prodigal Son told from the perspectives of two brothers.
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.”
When Jesus came down to earth, He left a perfect home in heaven where he sat at the right hand of God. He left all of that for us, even though we’d rejected Him. His love for us is greater than we’ll ever appreciate.
In a conversation between Little Billy and his Sunday School teacher, Little Billy swerves from underwear to Zacchaeus to sick trees. And through it all Little Billy learns about God’s crazy love and grace.
Three men are on the tee box, waiting to hit their golf shots on a beautiful Easter Sunday morning. The group ahead of them is very slow. As the men wait, they talk about life, faith, and being “self-made men.” A fourth golfer, a stranger, joins them. He off-handedly addresses some of the topics about which they’ve spoken. Who is this guy?
Adora has a problem with chronic lateness, but through her confession at a support group realizes that God’s grace makes up for our weakness.
In Bethlehem on the eve of Jesus’ birth, we meet a man whose heart has “no room” and a woman who is ready to make room, no matter what it takes. With God all things are possible, even the inconvenient!
John is taking Stephen to church for the first time to hear a sermon about God’s grace. But on the way to church, John makes a very poor example of the message he’s excited for his friend to hear.
A comedic retelling of Paul’s shipwreck. The writing mildly spoofs the TV show Gilligan’s Island. Paul is a prisoner aboard a ship and gets shipwrecked on Malta Island. He encounters an Island official who is very hospitable and helps him return to Rome.
Samuel and Madison discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy.
Dan wants to make up for the mistakes he’s made in the past year and thinks having a “perfect” Christmas for his family is the key…until he meets Joe, “The Toy Man.”
After his resurrection, Jesus offers grace to Peter and gently confronts him about his mistakes, his purpose, and what comes next.
Four scenes take place in which believers are caught being Pharisees.
Joseph was his father’s favorite and his brothers resented him for it. But God had big plans for this little brother.
Through the eyes of both father and son, one of the most powerful of Jesus’ parables comes to life.