Justin is the Creative Director for America’s 7th largest church. Over the past 12 years he’s written and produced hundreds of sketches and short films - and has the gray hairs to prove it.
His creative life is 100% thanks to God. Before accepting Christ (and later a Job) at Central Christian Church in Las Vegas, Justin was a marketing research analyst doing spreadsheets all day. Today, his scripts and films have won several awards and have been used by hundreds of churches around the world. No one is more surprised than Justin.
But the most amazing blessing in Justin’s life is his family. A poet wife, bug-hunting son and imagination-rich daughter remind him every day of God’s grace. Their crazy life together in a suburb of Vegas not only sustains him… it also provides a lot of material. Hopefully some of it can help your church.
And for the record.. He had the name Justin before it was mainstream.
Several people are repelling off of a cliff, but each tie their rope to temporary things that eventually let them down. The one most secure is the one who ties his rope to the only lasting thing- the Rock.
Pat and Patty Anderson have the perfect marriage…or do they? When asked to make a video for their church on how to have a successful marriage, their “perfect marriage” gets caught on tape.
A man expresses his real and honest thoughts about his belief in God. This is a very honest piece that should be performed by an experienced actor. This can also be performed by a female, with a few changes. This is not meant to be a stand-alone script. It should be performed with a follow-up message.
A family dinner turns into a WWE wrestling match in this script about family, arguing and peace.
Celia and Brad discover that reading stories from the Bible can be as juicy and scandalous as watching an episode of CSI.
Mitch and Cindy are having their regular dinner and game night with their neighbors, Darla and Kurt. But tonight, Mitch and Cindy have an ulterior and terrifying motive…to share their faith. Can they “close the deal”?
Isn’t it easy to judge other people when you’re inconvenienced? Before we start to point out the speck in someone else’s eye, perhaps we should check out the plank in our own eye.
Lunk is the host of a show about paranormal mysteries. But during his next show he gets three guests who know a thing or two about spirituality and aliens…but it’s not what Lunk thought it would be.
Mac’s co-workers take him out to lunch for his birthday, but things take an ugly turn when the group realizes that they are short of what they owe for the check. Can they get past a few dollars to keep the peace?
Kris and Chris are both waiting in a hospital waiting room to hear news of their spouses surgeries. Kris is facing her crisis all alone, while Chris has the love and support of his church small group.
A husband and wife struggle with a basic of marriage - getting to sleep at night. He snores, she can’t sleep. But the wife refuses to sleep separately. She’s afraid that doing so could cause their marriage to fade away.
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.
Steve and Ada have made a pact to eat healthier and have been doing a good job…until a waiter asks them if they’d like to see the dessert menu.