Not all moms are the same, and depending on our circumstances, Mother’s Day can be bittersweet for some. This monologue attempts to connect with all ladies who have a Momma’s heart, and who bear the fruit of motherhood.
Two women compare their perceived inadequacies as wives and mothers until they are confronted by an unlikely source.
A brother and sister reminisce about their childhoods and how their mom taught them about unconditional love.
Have your Moms pulling out their tissues and ruining their mascara this Mother’s Day with this sweet Readers Theatre script spoken by children.
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.
Kids aren’t the only ones who mature - so do moms. Three adult children speak about their mothers, who seeming have only one thing in common: love.
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.
Three Mothers, of all ages, muse on memories of their children from the past and present and the ones that may be yet to come as they reflect on what a beautiful burden motherhood is to each of them.
It’s been said that being a mom is one of the toughest jobs in the world. But sometimes, as moms, we often wonder how we’re actually contributing to God’s command to go out and make disciples.
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.
Dad and the kids want to surprise Mom on Mother’s Day with flowers, a gift and a card. But when she comes home, she goes straight to bed, calling for tissues and medicine. Mom is sick! This never happens! What will they do without her?
Tommy and Eddie deliver a special Mother’s Day message, but Tommy gets a little carried away in song. Perform
As moms, all we want is to have happy and healthy kids who love and appreciate us. (And maybe a spa day and a little bling every now and then.)
This script shows appreciation for our mothers from the perspective of a Small Child, a Teenager, a College Student, a New Parent and an Empty-Nester in that succession.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wifewhisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.
Three very different sisters and their families spend Christmas (or Thanksgiving) together, personalities clash, and some things never change.
Moms never stop being moms. Julie, a mom herself, realizes that her mom just wants the best for her during a phone conversation. This script is a monologue with Julie on the phone when her Mother beeps in on the other line. Initially annoyed with her Mother, Julie is reminded how much she loves her mother.
A mom and dad go over the events of the day, which is Mother’s Day. Sometimes the best moments are the ones that can’t be made.
You have two kids and it’s time to get on with life, right? Well, only if that’s what God has in mind. In this skit two friends talk over the nature of God’s plans while waiting on a pregnancy test.
A stay-at-home mom is desperate to talk to someone other than her baby. She resorts to making friends with a telemarketer.
God will use any means necessary to get our attention. In this case it is a little girl standing in line at the grocery store wanting to get her mother’s attention that highlights God’s desire to break in to our busy lives and tell us that He loves us.