Mr. Broney is helping three customers search for extra talent in order to fulfill their obligations at church when he realizes by working together, they might be better served.
Becoming a mother involves so much more than meets the eye, so it’s important to know where we should look for help.
This script parodies a popular teen mystery series to share instruction on the importance of carefully maintaining the body of Christ’s health
Quest Mess is a humorous scene about maintaining unity in the body of Christ using roles and ideas from Arthurian legend. The sequence depicts two competing knights as they quest for the right to wield a powerful relic.
A series of monologues exploring Romans 12:6-8 on using your gifts for the good of the Body of Christ.
A Pastor finds himself overwhelmed with all of the responsibilities of running a church. If only he had someone that would help carry the load.
The church is what we build it to be. We are the church. In this script, three actors address the audience directly, first with questions, then with answers. It is an anthem, a call to arms, a manifesto.
Everyone is gifted with something that God expects us to use for His glory, and everyone is needed in their capacity. There is no such thing as an extra member of the church, an unneeded part of the team, or a superfluous part of the body.
Todd has been stranded on an island for a long time and has recreated his hometown out of boxes. But why would there be three different churches?
This day-in-the-life of a boy is a fun illustration of how the Body of Christ should work together.
When the parts of the body don’t work together, the body can eventually die.