A series of eyewitness accounts that dramatically retell the course of Christ’s ministry leading up to his crucifixion. These scripts will help your church prepare for Easter. They highlight major events in Christ’s life and how they impact people’s lives today.
The purchased package includes eight total scripts: John the Baptist, Simon Peter, Temple Cleansing, Nicodemus, God’s Voice In the Thunder, Palm Sunday, Peter’s Denial, and Nobody But Jesus.
The package also includes supplemental materials like: MP3 Music as seen in videos, 8 Weeks of Sermon Notes, a Countdown Video, a Motions Pack, a Stills Pack, Sermon Slides and Artwork for your church programs and promotion.
After being put in his place, Peter recounts being called “Satan” and how he realized that the one needing saving wasn’t Jesus, but himself.
Widowed and just wanting to worship, a woman describes the scene at the temple when Jesus drove out the money changers and the kind of rescue that meant for her. Includes music used in video version.
He was a Pharisee, but one that wanted to hear what Jesus had to say. Watch as Nicodemus retells the conversation with Christ that helped him focus on how less really could be more.
Listen as a follower of Jesus describes her experiences with thunder, creaky elbows and seeing Jesus on the night of Passover.
Watch as Peter painfully recounts the events leading up to his darkest hour. Great video for Good Friday services. Includes music from video version.
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.
Simon (later known as Peter) speaks of the barrier that separates sinful people from a righteous God. Then he meets Jesus, the One who will destroy that barrier!
In a sin-twisted world, Simon Peter learns that Jesus (“the second Adam”) is the only truly normal human being. As a result, his commitment to follow Jesus deepens. Has ours?
Simon Peter abandons the security of his fishing business to follow Jesus into an unknown future. Discipleship includes uncertainty. But where else can we go?
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.
A collection of six monologues, chronicling Simon Peter’s encounters with Jesus Christ. These “journal entries” can serve as powerful sermon illustrators. This bundle comes with artwork including logo, title slides and background slides for your worship service.
Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, a time for prayer and fasting. This responsive reading is a thoughtful way for your congregation to join together to worship God and seek repentance.
Prayer is us communicating with God, but as Christians we oftentimes treat prayer as something to be checked off a list. We miss the part where we are building our relationship with the Creator of the universe.
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’s a support group for people addicted to stuff. This is a great sermon set-up.
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.
Fasting can be one of those elusive and mysterious disciplines of the Christian faith. Here are a few people who can’t seem to get it right.
It would be easy to resist temptation if we could just see what was going on spiritually. The reality is that many of the “harmless” thoughts that tempt us are really flaming arrows trying to harm us and keep us from following God.
As this skit demonstrates, the real key to prayer is being genuine. What God really desires is a two-way conversation with us.
As this student prays through The Lord’s Prayer, he encounters a real and living God. This skit shows that prayer really changes things.