Susan Greenwood lives in the country hills of Ona, WV with her husband Chris, their three sons, Austin, Donevan and Kyle and two dogs Toby and Reese. She
has served as a children?s director, teen leader, teacher, church administrator and author. Merging her love for writing with her passion to share the gospel, Susan has developed Bible curriculums, children?s and teen?s worship folders, skits and Bible studies. She has one published work to her credit called, “A Parent?s Guide to Spiritual Milestones.” She hopes to add more as God directs. Her passion is to help people discover that a life lived for Christ is by no means boring and is the only way to experience true joy.
Zeke (aka Isaac) is preparing for a trip to the mountains with his dad, Abe (aka Abraham). Zeke feels uneasy about the trip and talks about it with his friend Gabe.
This skit takes a deeper look into four individuals who have each had a different experience with church and Christianity. Their conversation leads them (and hopefully your audience) to explore the questions, “What do I really know?” and “Am I really a Christian?”
A skit Narrator gets caught up in the Genesis 3 story of Adam and Eve disobeying God and learns that Jesus has always been the answer.
Moses gets an unusual call while taking care of his father-in-law’s sheep in this modern telling of Moses and the burning bush.
This collection of all 4 Stable Relationships scripts includes “The Innkeeper and His Wife”, “Mary and Joseph”, “Shepherds” and “The Wise Men”. Use these scripts in your church service leading up to Christmas or perform all 4 with music in between for your Christmas Eve service.
The Wise Men, also known as the Magi or the Three Kings, discover the star of the New King and decide what would be appropriate gifts to offer Him.
Shepherds are watching over their flocks of sheep minding their own business when an angel appears to share the Good News of Christ’s birth!
Mary and Joseph discuss the reality of being chosen to be the parents of the Messiah.
Mary and Joseph arrive in Bethlehem. They have exhausted all possibilities for lodging and are knocking at the door of the last inn.
As word spreads that the Messiah is heading to Nazareth, people are getting excited and talking about all that they have heard. The excitement escalates as the news of His arrival spreads.
An updated take on a classic Scrooge tale about having an attitude of serving and giving.
Paul and Barnabas take on their first missionary journey. They cover a lot of ground and encounter many obstacles as they overcome with the power of the Holy Spirit.
The story of David and the Philistine Giant, Goliath. A lesson on obediance, faithfulness and trusting God.
This is the story of David as he encounters King Saul in a cave and how David spares Saul’s life.
The story of David and his army being chased by King Saul.
The story of David, young shepherd boy anointed future king. In this script, Samuel learns to listen to God as he searches for the next king of Israel.
A comedic introduction to Saul’s transformation by Jesus on the road to Damascus.
A comedic retelling of Paul’s shipwreck. The writing mildly spoofs the TV show Gilligan’s Island. Paul is a prisoner aboard a ship and gets shipwrecked on Malta Island. He encounters an Island official who is very hospitable and helps him return to Rome.
Paul and Silas have been through some pretty rough stuff, yet even in jail they continue to praise and worship God. This short script is perfect for opening Kid’s Church on a message about Paul and Silas!
Daniel is brought to trial before Judge Judy. A humorous take on the story of Daniel for kids.
The story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den.
The story of Daniel and his friends as they were taken from their home and brought to a foreign land.
A young child approaches his teacher wanting to accept Christ. At first the teacher is less than helpful, but on a second try is able to lead him to Christ.
Two friends meet for lunch and end up learning about salvation.
A comedic telling of the story of Moses and the Plagues.
Moses receives his call from God via the burning bush.
The never-ending journey from Egypt to Canaan is not exactly the Israelites’ dream vacation, and they aren’t afraid to say so.