Doubt Scripts

This Easter Readers Theater script presents the juxtaposition of the things usually found in an Easter basket versus the armor of God.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

This Easter monologue, from the perspective of Thomas, focuses on how Jesus reveals Himself to us when we seek Him.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 4

John 20 is retold through the eyes of Mary Magdalene, Peter, and Thomas.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

In this Christmas monologue, Joseph talks to God about his doubts and fears to be the father of a King. He questions God's plan for his life, but ultimately surrenders to God's will. Includes an mp3 of the soundtrack from the video version.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

Thomas wasn’t known as a doubter when Jesus was alive; He was a fierce follower and believer. But when Jesus returned from the grave, Thomas needed to see and touch his wounds before he could reconcile what he was seeing.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

A show called The Crazy Truth is the setting in this interactive skit, where Professor Imani and his sidekick, Zaney, teach audiences about the first miracle Jesus performed—turning water into wine—despite the meddlings of Dr. Doubt. Note: This is Day 1, if you are using The Crazy Truth series.

Actors: 8 Minutes: 8

In this interactive skit, a show called The Crazy Truth is the setting where Professor Imani and his sidekick, Zaney, teach audiences (despite the meddling of Dr. Doubt) about the miracle Jesus performed when he healed the Roman captain’s servant. Note: This is Day 2, if you are using The Crazy Truth series.

Actors: 8 Minutes: 8

A show called The Crazy Truth is the setting in this interactive skit, where Professor Imani and his sidekick, Zaney, teach audiences (despite the meddlings of Dr. Doubt) about Peter’s faith when he walked on the water with Jesus. Note: This is Day 3, if you are using The Crazy Truth series.

Actors: 8 Minutes: 8

A time of worship through a declaration of faith, remembering the power of God. It recalls the story of the 12 spies who went to explore the land of Canaan and the faithful report of Joshua and Caleb, who believed that God would bring them victory.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2

This extremely loose paraphrase of the Book of Exodus - in the style of Dr.Seuss! - focuses on God's provision for His people. Despite its satirical tone, it ends with a wise and thoughtful conclusion. Wildly successful in its premiere performance, it plays like a Pixar movie - kids respond on one level, grown-ups another. Includes optional PowerPoint images.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 6-8 minutes

If you've ever asked God for something without believing He'll really make it happen, this script is for you. Why pray for something if you don't believe it makes a difference?

Actors: 4 Minutes: 2 minutes

This short skit portrays the devil asking for proof of God's love. The core of our faith is God's love. When we're asked to defend our belief in that love, in the face of constant turmoil, do we have an answer that will quiet the voice of doubt and give us a firm foundation to stand on?

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2-3 minutes

A vivid picture of truth and the challenges that come against it. Through a discussion of the color of a balloon, we learn that although there are many opinions, truth is true whether we choose to believe it or not.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 2-3 minutes

If you've ever struggled with trusting Jesus, this is for you. Learn how human nature often keeps us from the very thing that will help us trust Him more.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2-4 minutes

During the crucifixion, Jesus hung on his cross between two thieves- one believed and one did not.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2-3 minutes

The mob hurls insults and watches on as Jesus is crucified.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 1-2 minutes