Melinda is the mother of four wonderful kids and wife to a highly aggravating (accurate) but lovable attorney (oxymoron?). While shopping to feed their crew she also has the opportunity to purchase crickets and mice to feed her son’s diversity of reptiles; two snakes, three lizards, one frog, and one tortoise.
She has since stopped reading the book “Encouraging your Einstein’s Interests” and is currently using it to hold down the lid on the cricket cage.
Melinda earned the title “drama queen” at the age of six when she convinced her parents that her brothers caused a bald spot on her scalp with their “overly vigorous noogies”.
After following her dream of receiving a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Baylor University and becoming a very successful starving artist, she married her high school sweetheart and fulfilled another dream, becoming a frazzled mother.
A Mom tries to keep up with the busyness of Easter to make it special for her family- dyeing eggs, an impulse Pinterest project, sewing her daughter’s Easter dress. But once the worship music begins on Easter morning, all the busyness fades away.
As moms, all we want for Christmas is to create special memories for our families, but sometimes it’s easy to get carried away. In all of the splendor of the season, don’t forget to keep the focus on the reason why we celebrate in the first place.
A group of people gather for a workshop on how to pray, but the teacher of the class learns a thing or two from his students.
A woman reflects on her childhood and learning what the true meaning of what a “gift” really is.
This skit focuses on breaking in a newbie to the artful practice of organizing, cooking and arranging Thanksgiving dinner.
Two families take to heart their pastor’s sermon about reaching out to others, but when they try to put their beliefs into action things start to backfire.
A teenage boy reminisces on fond memories of his dad as he writes a letter for Father’s Day.
Two moms want to redirect their families focus at Easter time from bunnies and eggs to Christ’s gift to us through His resurrection and share their ideas of how to do so…each in their own way.
A talk show host has a popular guest with a big announcement- Cupid is retiring. But when “Cupid” gets a chance to explain, the truth about romantic love comes out.
A woman has a difficult time making commitments and sticking to her resolutions. But when she tries to return her latest resolution to the New Year’s Resolution Returns Desk, she gets some help figuring out why it’s so hard to commit.
Hearing God’s call is one thing. Answering it can be really scary. In this skit, a “hero-in-training” gets a pep talk from some big-time Bible heroes.
Four scenes take place in which believers are caught being Pharisees.
Two women have entered a canoe race for a charity event. One is experienced and the other…not so much. Once the inexperienced canoe-r finds out what the prize is, she suddenly becomes very motivated.
Two different groups from church are meeting and being observed by a Crocodile Hunter character. One has the right idea about a small group’s purpose and the other can’t seem to get past the ritual of organization.
An unloved woman with a messy background who wants nothing more than to find worth is surprised to discover it at her new church.
“It’s a Madison County Christmas” is a play about a local TV show called “Live! With Ed and Lurleen.” Set in Madison County, Arkansas in Ed and Lurleen Jackson’s basement, this “Regis and Kelly-like” show is complete with guests, singing, and a cooking segment! This play is perfect for your holiday dinner theatre.
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.)
A mom gets so caught up in all the activities of Christmas that she forgets to be thankful for why we celebrate Christmas in the first place.
A woman meets Fear and gently clues him in to his inability to affect her in this hilarious glimpse at how Christians should deal with their fears.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could order your spouse like you order a pizza?
A stay-at-home mom is desperate to talk to someone other than her baby. She resorts to making friends with a telemarketer.