In this satirical adaptation of Star Wars, the hunt for the coveted light stick leads the characters to discover the “true light.” Audiences will learn about the need to acknowledge Jesus Christ as their Savior.
John wants to do big things for the Lord, but he gets a gentle reminder that sometimes we should start next door.
In this funny script, a woman pitches the story of Jesus’ life to two producers. While they can hardly believe what they’re hearing, they love the story. This script works well for holidays or for services about the life of Christ.
When Becky and Jackson discover a bright light, they illuminate the darkness around them. While Abby dislikes having the light reveal what’s around her, Debbie convinces them to keep the light shining to help guide people.
Only Ewe is a simple, humorous script designed to explore Jesus Christ’s metaphorical role as the “good shepherd.” Through the exchange of three different sheep, the drama showcases how believers may overcome excuses used to ignore a personal calling to follow the cause of Christ.
This script humorously exploits tropes from the popular super-hero genre to deliver a message regarding the fearlessness of believers that have been emboldened by the Holy Spirit.
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)!
Kyle gives Tyler a wide-open invitation to s hare his faith at the water cooler, but Tyler is completely unprepared and drops the ball.
At times, we get excited as we gather within the walls of the church for worship and activities, but hesitate to intentionally share the love of God with those we meet out in the world.
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.
As a group debate over who gets to wear the red nose this year, Charlotte and Rose discuss the stories told at Christmas, but only one holds true the older we get.
The next morning after the Nativity, three young shepherds tell the throng in Bethlehem about the miracle they have witnessed, an event that will change the world forever (based on Luke 2:17-18).
Let’s be honest. Sometimes we lose sight of the wonder of what God did for us through the death and resurrection of Jesus. But there’s nothing mundane about it. In this skit, two friends happen upon each other. One friend is able to share the basics of the mind-blowing gospel in a way that makes the other hungry to know more. Could be a great way to lead into worship or preaching.
So often a particular area is saturated with Bible-believing people and we need to be reminded that our reach could be so much farther. This sketch serves as a visual illustration that ultimately, it’s about reaching out to those in the community.
Mitch and Cindy are having their regular dinner and game night with their neighbors, Darla and Kurt. But tonight, Mitch and Cindy have an ulterior and terrifying motive…to share their faith. Can they “close the deal”?
Two young adults, challenged to tell each other about the love of their lives, offer unexpected responses-and revelations.
Every day students struggle with how to live out their faith in a world that is increasingly critical of their faith. Faced with such trials, some will continue to view God as a treasure worth dying for, while others will view Him as a burden to be begrudgingly endured.
Too often we live isolated lives instead of actively loving others and the world around us. This short skit challenges us to step up, stop making excuses, and become people of action.
Jay, a salesman, has a passion for vacuum cleaners and really wants to be the best vacuum salesman he can be. But after several failed attempts at selling, he realizes that what people really want to know is how the vacuum cleaner has changed his life.
There are many evangelism techniques available to us, but which one is best? This script demonstrates a few.
Two friends talk about inviting someone to church for Easter, but one is slow to realize that inviting someone to virtual church just isn’t quite the same.
A young Christian man and a non-Christian woman (co-workers) invite each other to events at their respective houses. Both are terrified at what sort of event “that kind of person” might throw.
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.
As three regular people go about their everyday lives, they are each faced with an opportunity to make a difference to someone. Will they take the plunge?
A young child approaches his teacher wanting to accept Christ. At first the teacher is less than helpful, but on a second try is able to lead him to Christ.
Two friends meet for lunch and end up learning about salvation.
A chance encounter at a bus stop teaches Julie about simplifying the Gospel.
A look at God’s question “Whom shall I send” and a challenge to answer the call.
A busy businessman stops to grab a quick lunch and gets much more than he bargained for.
This monologue, designed to be presented on Christmas Eve before the story of Jesus’ birth is shared, expresses through one voice the many thoughts and feelings of those who are drawn to Christmas.
Frank and Darryl interrogate Todd, a prospective church member, to find out why he hasn’t come back to visit their church.