In this script, perfect for New Year’s (or even the start of a new school year), four people make commitments that they intend to follow through on, while acknowledging their need for God to help them.
As Jeff confesses to Justin that he no longer loves his wife, he’s met with a surprising response. Justin challenges Jeff to “level up” as he explains that marriage is an opportunity to fall in love again, as many times as it takes.
Marriage can have its good days and bad days, but love that lasts will stand through any storm. A humorous look at Noah and his relationship with his wife while on the ark.
Julie and Joe have a problem keeping promises.
Willie feels like it’s time he has a puppy, but first he has to prove that he’s responsible.
A married man seems to be confessing to an affair. But who is the mysterious “other woman” he speaks about? Great jump-starter for messages about marriage, love and commitment.
Cliff and Em begin their journey into marriage full of love and romantic dreams, but also aware that things won’t always be easy. Many years later, they find their fears coming true and struggle just to hold things together. Can they find the “glue”?
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.
A new year brings thoughts of fresh starts and renewing commitments. This Responsive Reading is perfect for incorporating into your worship service to encourage your church to renew their lives from the inside out.
A young New Year’s Resolution name “Surrender My Life to Christ” interacts with a number of other New Year’s resolutions, all of whom are trying to help her become more “acceptable” and “attractive” to the world.
Here’s a humorous look at what it might have been like if our heroes of the faith hadn’t been so faithful.
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?
A husband and wife struggle with a basic of marriage - getting to sleep at night. He snores, she can’t sleep. But the wife refuses to sleep separately. She’s afraid that doing so could cause their marriage to fade away.
Josh is a new Christian and really excited about following Jesus. But when he begins his walk, he comes up against dozens of reasons why he should think twice about following Jesus.
This script about a “dorky” teen trying to win the affections of a popular girl at school is a metaphor for pursing God without regard for what others think.
Veteran married couple, Jack and Jan, have dinner with newlyweds, Todd and Lauren, and good advice abounds.
Two teenagers face the consequences of their decisions as the wait for an answer that will completely change their lives.
A marriage that is offered to God is taken back piece by pieces.
A fun look at empathy through the eyes of a pregnant man.
A narrative of Peter’s denial of Christ before the crucifixion.
A look at God’s question “Whom shall I send” and a challenge to answer the call.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife.
While a “fan” of Jesus only wants to be in the fan club as long as Jesus is doing something spectacular, a follower marvels at all of Jesus’ works - even the quiet moments seen by few - and wants to live his live in the same way.
Bob’s got his list of resolutions that he’s convinced will make his life better, but his friend Jim isn’t buying it.
A woman has a difficult time making commitments and sticking to her resolutions. But when she tries to return her latest resolution to the New Year’s Resolution Returns Desk, she gets some help figuring out why it’s so hard to commit.
Two women have entered a canoe race for a charity event. One is experienced and the other…not so much. Once the inexperienced canoe-r finds out what the prize is, she suddenly becomes very motivated.
After getting his car stuck in a rut, a husband begins to realize that his marriage is also stuck in a rut…but some ruts are good ones.
A husband and father is trying his best to balance family and work, but he finds that work seems to be his priority and his family ends up suffering for it.
A high school student of influence contemplates his choices and his desire to be different as he returns to school.
An old couple speaks of live, love, and lessons learned over the past 50 years.
Fasting can be one of those elusive and mysterious disciplines of the Christian faith. Here are a few people who can’t seem to get it right.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wifewhisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.