“Knox McCoy lives in Cleveland, Tennessee with his beautiful wife Ashley, their son Rowe, and Rowe’s brother from another canine-mother, Ajax Leonard. Knox had been absent from stage work for several years following a traumatic incident when his voice changed live during a portrayal of the Wizard in The Wizard of Oz in the sixth grade. After extensive therapy, he returned and helped form ChristWay Community Church’s Creative Ministry Group in Ooltewah, Tennessee. He has only begun writing skits recently, but he has yet to be forcibly removed from church grounds. He strongly believes that he can build on such a foundation. Knox is eager to see the church evolve through the integration of creative and humorous elements from popular culture into skits performed for both the church and unchurched.”
Gary and Grady explain that no matter how complicated your relationship with the word ‘dad’ is or who you think of when considering what makes an amazing father, our heavenly father exists to be the ultimate dad.
Gary and Grady explain that the story of Adam and Eve is about remaking our hearts to be like God’s. Not so much about the perils of fruit.
As a mom prepares her kid’s Valentine’s Day cards, she reflects on the word “love” and how we focus more on the gesture of love and less on the intent.
A mom sends her kid off to trick or treat and wonders if, in her own life, is she genuinely working to imitate Christ or is she tricking everyone into thinking she is?
A friendly, non-Christian barista wants to know what the deal is with Christians and how they treat Christmas.
Christmas is a popular time to get out and do some good, but how much is good enough?
A son has questions for his Dad about the logistics of getting to Heaven, and as all great conversations between Dads and Sons, the conversation quickly turns to pirates.
As the bells of Christmas usher in the season of hurry up and get there, the true meaning starts to fade in the background as we forget why we celebrate Christmas in the first place.
Rick and Tina play hardball as they sit down to negotiate how they spend their time during the Christmas season.
Hannah, a friendly barista, wants to know what the deal is with Christians and Thanksgiving and makes the connection that it’s kind of a Christian holiday without really being a Christian holiday. Perfect to use as a sermon set-up.
A friendly, non-Christian barista wants to know about what the deal is with Christians and how they treat Halloween.
Gary and Grady attempt to explain Halloween and how instead of imitating monsters and characters it would be better to imitate Christ year round.
Bryan’s heart has just been worked on by God, and Bryan is so relieved that he’s finally “fixed” and will never have to go through any heartbreak again. But after talking it over with God, he learns that through the hurt and heartbreak, God is continuing to “make” him.
Grady has a great illustration for why we should be grateful no matter what.
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.
A new spin on an old classic. Years after the crucifixion, a Centurion is visited by three people in a dream and learns that forgiveness is just a prayer away.
Gary and Grady explain that Easter is more about remembering Christ and His sacrifice and less about pretty dresses and chocolate eggs.
Two friends discuss the idea of bearing the weight of burdens and how ultimately Christ is the only one who can truly bear their weight.
Gary and Grady explain why we celebrate Valentine’s Day. Here’s a hint: It’s not for the candy.
Gary and Grady explain what Christmas is all about in this fun comedy duo script perfect for your Christmas Eve service.
Gary and Grady take a few minutes to explain why we observe Thanksgiving.
One friend tries to prevent another friend from giving his wife the worst Valentine’s Day Gift In The History of The World and in the process, they have a conversation about what a gift truly means.
Two unfortunately named brothers discuss how we have a knack for overlooking God’s blessings in the most trivial of ways when really, we should be conscious of all the different ways he blesses us.
The Christmas season is the one time out of the year that we see the world a little differently. But what if we changed our hearts and minds to have the Christmas spirit all year long?
Frank and Darryl interrogate Todd, a prospective church member, to find out why he hasn’t come back to visit their church.
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.
This skit examines how we act in the dark or when the microphones are off. Everyone gives their best performance when the lights and mics are on, but how do we act when no one is around?
This skit examines the different understanding people have of Jesus.
This skit talks about the frequency with which people misappropriate their actions to God. We have a tendency to let God bear the responsibility of our action, when we are really the ones making decisions.
While helping his/her daughter hunt for Easter eggs, a dad/mom wonders how this tradition fits in to the holiday. This script is perfect for your Easter Sunday, or to encourage your congregation to reach out to someone who is searching during this time of Christian celebration. Includes a male and female version of the script.
Many of us feel cemented into our lives and lifestyles by our histories or habits. We mistakenly feel unworthy of God’s grace and we spend our time trying to find our place among life’s consolation prizes. But if a Roman Centurion can realize the renewing gift of Christ’s salvation, how can we not?
This skit examines the ridiculousness of relying on others to get our essential nourishment, when that is exactly what we do in our spiritual walk when we rely on teachers, pastors, or devotion books for nourishment rather than seeking it out ourselves.