On graduation day, Marco is chafed to discover that his Degree of Responsibility is much smaller than he thought it would be. Now if he can only get the Powers That Be to fix their obvious error.
Emily, an honor student, is waiting for College Admission letters and receives responses from her top three school choices on the same day. Her parents nervously wait for Emily to come home to read their contents, and a mysterious fourth letter that is addressed to Emily that’s in a beautiful golden envelope with no return address.
A Readers Theater for graduates; Appropriate for Baccalaureate services or other graduation ceremonies.
Two lambs are ready to graduate and leave the flock. One is too anxious and the other is too excited. What happens next reminds them that they have a Shepherd for a reason.
There are just three things that you need to survive after you graduate. And it’s not pizza, money or a good job…
A young graduate struggles with the news that the plans she had are seemingly different than the plans God has.
A father marvels at how fast his daughter has grown up as she prepares to graduate from High School.
As he graduates from high school, Ben wonders if he will become yet another person who graduates from his faith as well. But the “cloud of witnesses” who have poured into him throughout the years is there to remind him that he doesn’t have to be just another statistic.
A girl is desperately trying to know what God’s will for her life is, so she tries different ways to find answers. As she is narrating her own life she “walks” through all of these experiences. The other two add to the scene as different characters or inanimate objects (i.e. the bush).
A dad shares his true feelings about his child graduating from high school.
Here is a fun and different perspective about how God can use even the smallest of us for His very large purpose!
A very tired teenage boy narrates his own actions, simply telling his story of struggling to hear the voice of God in his noisy world.
Two friends want to be used of God, and after trying to use their own strengths they find that being available to God is the most important thing.
This is a Reader’s Theater skit that asks the hard questions that we ask ourselves about why we were put on this planet. In the end it is shown that once we get our eyes off of ourselves and make ourselves available to God that we find purpose.
When flight 206’s engines fail, the passengers have to quickly fulfill all of their dreams and unfinished business. However, they are in a surprise and may have longer to live after all. Will they seize the new opportunity to live with purpose, or waste it in their same old way of living?
Julie is about to graduate and her mom begins asking questions about her future. It seems that Julie has no plans to use her degree. This skit shows both the importance of education and using what you learn in life.
Three friends have just graduated from High School and sit around discussing the future. These friends all think of success in different ways. Only one seems to have a responsible look at the rest of his life.