Tom Smith is the author of nearly 200 Christian puppet skits. He enjoys bringing laughter to, both, the young and the young at heart. His skits have been performed in numerous churches, classrooms, at parties and for vacation Bible schools.
Willie and his friends are excited about the holiday season. But do they really know what Christmas is all about? With the help of a stranger they come to understand the real story behind the Babe in the manger.
While Susie and Sammy wait for Willie and Joey to arrive at the picnic grounds, they pass the time playing a game called “Famous Quotes”. Throughout this Independence Day skit Joey learns a little bit about the history of his country and the faith of its founding fathers. And a mischievous Willie sees to it that the 4th of July celebration doesn’t end without a proper “Big Bang”.
Willie discovers that there are more reasons than one to celebrate the arrival of spring.
Susie has dreams of becoming a missionary to Paris, France…the city of romance. Willie would be content just being the pizza delivery guy. Both come to a better understanding of the importance of taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to other countries. If not me…who?
Willie is not quite convinced that he needs to tithe. He’s worked very hard for his allowance and he has his eye on a new baseball glove. Tithing will only postpone the purchase of it. What’s a fella to do?
Betsy and Susie give Willie a lesson in what the Bible says about being grateful.
Miss Pickles teaches her class a few facts about the faith and missions of Christopher Columbus.
Willie and the gang find out why Robert the Bully is such a bully and that Robert is ready for a big change of heart. (This is a sequel to the script “Wooly Bully” by Tom Smith.)
Willie is afraid of Robert, the bully, but after facing him he finds out that God’s got his back.
Willie is really excited when he finds a five-dollar bill! But when he finds out that Susie has lost her five-dollar bill, will he do the right thing and return it to her?
Sammy is going to spend the night with Willie. But first, Willie must help his dad do all of the ‘Father’s Day’ stuff he has planned. Willie only wishes that there was such a thing as a ‘Willie’s Day’. Perhaps… there is. In this Father’s Day skit, children will recognize some of the quiet sacrifices that a Father makes.
Willie made his mom a Mother’s Day card, but after Susie and Sammy make fun of it he’s a little ashamed to give it to her. But once Willie’s mom sees the card, they learn that moms come with “special eyes”.
Willie has decided that he’s cool, but learns that saying you’re something and actually being something are two different things.
Susie explains to Willie that there’s nothing you can do to earn a gift.
Betsy finishes telling Willie and Sammy the story she began last week that started with Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday and now concludes with resurrection morning. In this skit Willie and Sammy learn the importance of the empty tomb.
Willie hopes that Betsy telling the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday will help him to take his mind off of food. This is a fun skit for Palm Sunday that points to the ultimate triumph of Jesus over death the following Easter morning.
Betsy and Susie give Willie a joyful heart transplant.
Willie feels like it’s time he has a puppy, but first he has to prove that he’s responsible.
Susie wants Willie to ask her to the Valentine party at church, but Willie is clueless! So Susie gets a little help from Cupid. This is a fun skit for Valentine’s Day that talks about how God showed His love for us by sending His Son, Jesus.
The gang goes on a camping trip, but get lost in the woods and soon remember that they are not alone. God is always with them!