As a group debate over who gets to wear the red nose this year, Charlotte and Rose discuss the stories told at Christmas, but only one holds true the older we get.
The world’s perspective about Christmas will never change the universal truth that Christ came as a baby to save us.
Celia and Brad discover that reading stories from the Bible can be as juicy and scandalous as watching an episode of CSI.
Let’s be honest. Sometimes we lose sight of the wonder of what God did for us through the death and resurrection of Jesus. But there’s nothing mundane about it. In this skit, two friends happen upon each other. One friend is able to share the basics of the mind-blowing gospel in a way that makes the other hungry to know more. Could be a great way to lead into worship or preaching.
God is omniscient and the implications of that sometimes have us questioning the things He does.
Two men meet on the street in front of their office and try to decide where to go to lunch. They both are easily religiously offended and, because of their bondage, can’t decide on an acceptable place to eat. They then watch in wonder as a co-worker dances in joy across the street.
A vivid picture of truth and the challenges that come against it. Through a discussion of the color of a balloon, we learn that although there are many opinions, truth is true whether we choose to believe it or not.
A sales pitch for a new version of the Bible that promises to give you exactly what you want.
Two moms are talking while their sons are playing with their Super Jesus Action Figures, when another mom stops by with her son. They discover that Jesus isn’t what we want to make Him - like a toy in a box that is molded into our image.
This skit examines the difference between standard truth and Jesus’s truth and our reaction when faced with the sometimes inconvenient nature of His truth.
At the center of our faith is a book that tells the story of God and his activity in the lives of men and women throughout history-yet everyone seems to have their own unique perspective on it.
Pete finds out his good friend has been texting his girlfriend behind his back. Will they ever be able to get past it?
It’s so hard to know what’s true and what’s false with today’s media gossip. “Trustworthy” news programs seem to become more and more like gossip magazines. Here’s a look at how it can affect us in our everyday lives.
Nicodemus struggled with who Jesus really is, but he couldn’t deny the evidence that stood right in front of him.
ONE ACT PLAY FOR EASTER
A one act of the trial of Jesus in a modern courtroom. Jesus was either a magician, a devil, or the Messiah. What will you decide? Script has a courtroom feel and a fast pace. Witnesses testify against Jesus on different accounts of scripture. Great to get students involved or adults as the jury. Great way to show scripture through acting and most not even realize they’ve been taught the Word!
We spend our lives trying to figure out what God’s will is and what is the purpose in our lives, when all along God just wants us to be still and listen to Him.
Eddie is trying to take down the Christmas lights from his house, but is that just a symbol of what he’s trying to do with Jesus?
Four teenagers at a Halloween party can identify with the masks they are wearing more than they realize.
This skit is a composite of silly scenes that illustrate that confession comes in many packages. The thing is, we all need to do it from time to time.
Larry has a hard time telling the truth. Thankfully a buzzer keeps him in check as he tells of a conversation he had with his daughter.
It’s the American Idol auditions you never saw, and we were afraid to show you.
Jason tells his best friend about being molested when he was a child, and is able to take the first step towards healing coming to grips with his past. WARNING: The subject matter in this skit is very sensitive and may not be for all audiences.
Gossip and rumors grow wildly in the matter of one school day. Assumptions are made and everyone takes sides. When the truth comes out, will the people involved reconcile their relationship, or let the separation and bitterness grow?