Scripts in Category: Duets

In this New Year's script, two people reflect on the goodness of God. They vow to remember what they thought they knew and what they now know in the year to come.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

Annie is focused on spiritual resolutions, but when she's not taking care of her own health, her conscience reminds her that her body is a temple and that taking care of herself should be a priority. This comedic skit is part of the Spiritual Resolution series and fits perfectly into a series about New Year's resolutions.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

When Annie makes a resolution to read the entire Bible in a year, she discovers that it's not as easy as she expected. This comedic skit is part of the Spiritual Resolution series and fits perfectly into a series about New Year's resolutions.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 4

Gabriel is just back from announcing to Mary that she will bear the Son of God and after debriefing with another angel, it's clear that Mary's faith is truly strong.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Hannah is excited about the coming new year, but Jake is still chained to the burden of guilt and regret and can’t seem to break free.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

Fear is paralyzing for two teenagers who are hiding out under desks. While avoiding potential problems like failure, struggles with friends or parents, and even killer squirrels, they stop living fully, as God wants them to.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

Bill walks into gods R Us with a pile of life problems. While Mary helps him to find a god for every challenge, Bill realizes that he really just wants one God who can help him with everything.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

This modern-day Scrooge story follows Phil, a well-meaning husband and dad, who continues to overbook himself during the Christmas season, often leaving his family and the manger out completely.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 6

In this funny sketch, two characters plant a community garden as they wrestle with the idea of dying to self.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 6

When Jay finds out he's going to be a father, he finds a "paternity test" online and is anxiously preparing so he can be a good dad. His friend, Sam, helps teach Jay that there's no studying or planning that can get a man ready for fatherhood. It's all about love.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Joseph feels like there's a lot of pressure on him to be a good dad, considering that Jesus' "real" dad is God. As he lists all the ways he falls short, Mary reminds him that God chose them to be Jesus' parents, and that He was born to free all of us from our imperfections.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

Based on Revelation 3:20, this script shows Aaron afraid to let Jesus into all parts of his life because of his messes. Jesus reminds Aaron that there’s freedom from the weight of his hidden life that’s locked behind keys and passwords.

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In this funny skit, a married couple discovers that becoming new parents is overwhelming, scary, and potentially a bit messy. But they trust that God will help them figure it all out.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

For all the times she went to fetch water, feeling alone and ashamed, the woman at the well never imagined that she’d encounter Jesus—a man who knew all about her, and yet, did not judge her.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2

Dan and Wendy have a tense (though funny) conversation about finances and communication after Dan spends $500 on a flamethrower without first discussing it with his wife.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 5

While sitting in a courtroom awaiting his/her turn before the judge, a person caught speeding compares his/her sin to the other “criminals” in the room who seem guiltier. A friend reminds this person that we’re all guilty, and that none of us deserve grace, but that Jesus died for all sinners—for all of us.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3