Watch as Peter painfully recounts the events leading up to his darkest hour. Great video for Good Friday services. Includes music from video version.
Jesus lived a short life, but in that time, he did so much. Perhaps even more than his accomplishments though, what is so profound is his unique ability to be everything we needed and be everything that no one else could. Based on a sermon by Sam Storm. Includes music from the video version.
Simon (later known as Peter) speaks of the barrier that separates sinful people from a righteous God. Then he meets Jesus, the One who will destroy that barrier!
In a sin-twisted world, Simon Peter learns that Jesus (“the second Adam”) is the only truly normal human being. As a result, his commitment to follow Jesus deepens. Has ours?
Simon Peter abandons the security of his fishing business to follow Jesus into an unknown future. Discipleship includes uncertainty. But where else can we go?
Her brother had been raised from the dead. Her family was friends with Jesus. Listen as Mary talks about anointing Jesus’ feet with oil. Use in the weeks leading up to Easter.
Two disciples remember being with Jesus the week before his resurrection. Use in the weeks leading up to Easter and it’s a great script for your Palm Sunday service.
He was a servant to the high priest and found himself on the wrong end of a sword. Listen as Malchus describes the events surrounding the Garden of Gethsemane.
Watch as Mary Salome recounts her Easter Sunday story. With an empty tomb, guards silenced and angels all involved, her sandals couldn’t carry her fast enough.
Simon of Cyrene made the long journey to celebrate Passover in Jerusalem. Little did he know that this Friday would go down in history. Use in the weeks leading up to Easter and it’s a great video for Good Friday.
The risen Christ appears to his disciples, but Peter’s joy is shadowed by guilt. Jesus’ assurance of love and forgiveness comes with a command: pass it on!
Following Jesus’ arrest, and his own denial of Him, Peter is devastated. His dreams are invaded by images of destruction. In the darkest hour, Jesus is there with us. Are we with Him?
Peter is overjoyed at the way God is working through him. Yet a terrible test lies ahead: “I could never deny Him,” Peter declares. We’re called to serve Him in season and out.
This collection of five reader’s theatre style scripts leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus is perfect for incorporating into your sermon or worship service leading up to Easter.
From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, Jesus goes from being ushered in like a king to being crucified like a criminal and then ultimately overcoming the grave. Hear people close to Jesus recount his final week. The script pack includes all 5 scripts (Andrew and Philip, Mary of Bethany, Malchus, Simon of Cyrene and Salome) as well 5 different slides, sermon helps, music, a countdown and artwork that you can use for promotional materials, programs or whatever else you want to create.
Follow the footsteps of the ones surrounding Jesus on His journey to the cross in this collection of inspiring scripts for Easter. This collection includes all 14 of the “At the Cross” scripts. Including Mary and the Baby Jesus,Mary and the Lord Jesus, Nicodemus, Peter, The Centurion, The Mob, The Two Thieves and more.
A collection of six monologues, chronicling Simon Peter’s encounters with Jesus Christ. These “journal entries” can serve as powerful sermon illustrators. This bundle comes with artwork including logo, title slides and background slides for your worship service.
A new spin on an old classic. Years after the crucifixion, a Centurion is visited by three people in a dream and learns that forgiveness is just a prayer away.
It’s remarkable to think that the worst day of Jesus’ life was not a day of defeat, but of victory…and our day of hope.
While at their youth group meeting, Maddie and Christy are quick to judge Peter for his denial of Christ, but don’t realize their own actions are just as bad.
Gary and Grady explain that Easter is more about remembering Christ and His sacrifice and less about pretty dresses and chocolate eggs.
A narrative about the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Two narrators describe the same events in very different ways.
A Narrative of the man who betrayed Jesus and the surrounding events.
This is a silent sketch. The devil chooses a challenger to go against him in an arm wrestling match. They go to the table; Satan wins effortlessly. The person gets up, fights again, and is again defeated. Scared and hurting, the person goes to Jesus. Jesus challenges Satan on the person’s behalf and easily wins.
Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, a time for prayer and fasting. This responsive reading is a thoughtful way for your congregation to join together to worship God and seek repentance.
Three men are on the tee box, waiting to hit their golf shots on a beautiful Easter Sunday morning. The group ahead of them is very slow. As the men wait, they talk about life, faith, and being “self-made men.” A fourth golfer, a stranger, joins them. He off-handedly addresses some of the topics about which they’ve spoken. Who is this guy?
Three friends meet for their weekly tennis game and reminisce about their friend that passed away and wish that somehow he’d come back.
Anna, the prophetess, sits in front of the temple…waiting and hoping for the coming Messiah.
What is Palm Sunday? This script explains the history and significance of Palm Sunday in a funny way. Get your church prepared to celebrate Holy Week! This is the script from The Skit Guys popular video ‘Palm Sunday.’
Easter comes around every year. If it’s such an exciting time, why do we fall into the rut of thinking it’s just the same old thing every time?
Our culture remembers the death of Christ at Easter, but too often, we only remember Him during the holidays. Christ wants to be involved in our daily decisions. His life gives us life. When we cultivate a relationship with Him, we begin to understand how deeply He loves us, and we thrive on the message of His life.
When we reflect on Peter’s denial of knowing Jesus, do we think we could have done better? How do we deny Jesus in our daily lives?