Sarah has been described as “quirky,” “goofy,” and “off-center.” Which she thinks is probably the diplomatic way of saying she’s “just this side of requiring anti-psychosis medication. Bless her heart.” She’s also an odd fusion of New England upbringing and southern domestication. She has been graced with a hilarious husband named Matthew, a precious daughter named Julia, and a feline named Bella who fancies herself a jungle cat. Sarah graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Youth Ministry, and has the privilege of ministering to the teens at Brown’s Chapel Baptist Church. If you knew nothing else about her you should know this: She’s a spectacular mess who’s continually pursued by the God who made her, and that’s worth writing about.
Spectators gather for a night of watching fireworks on the 4th! This Readers Theatre script is perfect to incorporate into your patriotic worship service.
A father and his grown child happen upon a misplaced box of treasures, and receive a reminder of the importance of fatherhood, all at once.
While wrapping a present, a woman (or man) explains why her focus and priorities have shifted a little this Christmas. A perfect script for sharing the hope we have in Jesus this Christmas. Includes a male and female version of the script.
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.
In the interest of fairness and mutual respect a woman issues an open apology to men, as they navigate the complicated maze that is femininity.
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.
Every wife wants to hear her husband’s thoughts…but not ALL of them. In this lighthearted piece, a wife advises husbands on what not to say.
One family stops to count their blessings and as they do, realize that they each have a lot to be thankful for.
A student goes back to school tired of business as usual and wrestles with what it means to be holy in the school hallways.
A father marvels at how fast his daughter has grown up as she prepares to graduate from High School.
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.
Mary Magdalene shares the story of when she came to know Jesus, and tells about her front-row seat to the event that changed the course of eternity.
A woman reflects on her imperfections, resolutions over the years, and the changes each new year brings.
A frazzled young woman struggles with the disenchantment that can come when our holiday expectations don’t align with reality, and the idols we mistakenly establish in our hearts.