A Religious Studies professor criticizes his class for failing to understand the central idea of Jesus’s teachings. This script’s surprise ending provides the perfect set-up for a message on grace, or on the character of Jesus.
This spoof of the classic TV series, Batman, by the seminal Christian comedy act Mitch & Allen (Hello, God?) asks, “What if even super-heroes aren’t super enough?” Great introduction for gospel presentations.
Almost overnight Pokémon GO has become the most popular app of all time. But could it be that Jesus came up with the idea first? This is a great intro for a message or group discussion on living and sharing our faith (the two are connected)!
Two-part comedy sketch about a clueless young man (or woman) attempting contact God by phone. Great accompaniment for presentations on prayer or on God’s character.
A modern day version of the popular family program The Christmas Experience. Includes sometimes dramatic, often funny, contemporary versions of the events leading up to Jesus’ birth. The audience journeys to three different settings where three short plays are performed, then gathers for singing, a present day version of the Nativity, a short message, and candle-lighting.
A naïve youth group rediscovers the meaning of Christmas while reenacting the Nativity.
In a modern suburb, we meet three holiday planners who have “no room” for Joseph, Mary, and Jesus. Great set-up for a talk on changing our plans to make room for God’s.
True story. A college teacher encounters a young inner city tough guy who restores his sense of mission – and of the calling everyone has to redeem the lives of others.
A comical “welcome to church” sketch designed to put church visitors as ease and to encourage church members to bring their friends.
While on a family trip, Rick and Toodie both learn the importance of asking for directions. A fun, fresh perspective on prayer and pride.
Two families take to heart their pastor’s sermon about reaching out to others, but when they try to put their beliefs into action things start to backfire.
Through an intense competition at work for an upcoming promotion, Mike is able to share the true meaning of Christmas with his coworker Brien.
Two friends meet for lunch and end up learning about salvation.
A Father’s Day drama for our one and only, our Dads. This can be done as a Reader’s Theatre with music stands in front of each actor, or it can be memorized.
A father marvels at how fast his daughter has grown up as she prepares to graduate from High School.
As he graduates from high school, Ben wonders if he will become yet another person who graduates from his faith as well. But the “cloud of witnesses” who have poured into him throughout the years is there to remind him that he doesn’t have to be just another statistic.
Dad and the kids want to surprise Mom on Mother’s Day with flowers, a gift and a card. But when she comes home, she goes straight to bed, calling for tissues and medicine. Mom is sick! This never happens! What will they do without her?
Prayer is us communicating with God, but as Christians we oftentimes treat prayer as something to be checked off a list. We miss the part where we are building our relationship with the Creator of the universe.
A family prepares to meet an honored guest: the young soldier whose life was spared thanks to the sacrifice of their son. When the young man and the family meet, the family is met with the disappointment and awareness of the contrast between his life and the life of his substitute. Parallels a holy God’s sacrifice for an unworthy people.
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.
It’s his way vs. her way in the 11th annual Valentine’s Day gone wrong for the Johnsons.
King Herod knew the birth of another king, Jesus, would mean his life would have to change. Do we recognize the same thing and that there cannot be two kings?
It’s that time of year again! A time of celebration, a time of giving…a time for practicing your best moves to knock over that lady who wants the same bunny slippers you do for Christmas! This is a fun look at how we often take our Christmas shopping a little over the top.
These three scenes each depict an individual dealing with personal crisis. Through their monologues with God, they each reveal a different attitude reflecting their belief as to who God is.
Two moms are talking while their sons are playing with their Super Jesus Action Figures, when another mom stops by with her son. They discover that Jesus isn’t what we want to make Him - like a toy in a box that is molded into our image.
Several men and one inept wife attend a class on romance hoping to be able to speak the language of love better, but we quickly learn that the teacher has her hands full.
Hearing God’s call is one thing. Answering it can be really scary. In this skit, a “hero-in-training” gets a pep talk from some big-time Bible heroes.
Four scenes take place in which believers are caught being Pharisees.
Two different groups from church are meeting and being observed by a Crocodile Hunter character. One has the right idea about a small group’s purpose and the other can’t seem to get past the ritual of organization.
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.
Two skits in one = A funny anger management support group meets with a self-help approach to their problems.
A typical “Christian” family passes by 3 scenarios where they could display love to their neighbors, before finding themselves stranded motorists assisted by an unlikely “Good Samaritan.”