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.
Set in a coffee shop, modern day characters from the Christmas story come to life as they celebrate Christmas and realize there’s more to our Christian lives than just living between the giants of Christmas and Easter.
Telling others about Jesus is one of those non-negotiable things in the Christian faith. Some of us have our tried and true ways of sharing our faith and others of us just try and wing it. Maybe you don’t have any method at all. Here are just a few of the bad ways we witness.
Como es contado en Lucas 15, una señora con diez monedas de plata pierde una. Y después ella enciende una lámpara y barre su casa hasta que la encuentra, y cuando la encuentra se goza.
Just like a waiter who drops the check and then disappears, sometimes it’s easier to “drop our faith” and then run without ever investing in someone. Here’s a girl who has the passion, but doesn’t quite seem to get the point.
Meet four people who desperately need Jesus. Who will reach them?
We’ve all made excuses about why we can’t share our faith with others. But here are some very simple examples of how easy it is to be the light of the world.
Four contestants have been chosen to take the adventure of their lives, but not necessarily the kind that they were expecting. At the end they realize that this mission adventure is the process through which God’s purposes are mined out of us.
The football game just ended and two guys from very different crowds meet in the locker room. We see that evangelism can take place under almost any circumstance. (5th Quarter)
In this skit, a girl has a conversation with her best friend that just died. These two friends shared everything in life but the most important thing: saving faith through Jesus Christ.
Larry’s an alcoholic… Buzz! An over-eater… Buzz! Okay, he’s a liar. With the help of a heavenly buzzer, Larry tells of a time when God used a Christ follower to really impact his life.
This skit highlights things we hope we never see; mainly, someone turning away from God.
Based on real, but hilarious events. Candace is a perky California teenage girl who has got the wildest testimony to share with you involving a soap opera, a bratty little brother, and a can of Beenie Weenies… Sirrus!
Friends from childhood, David and Steve tell each other everything…well almost everything. It isn’t until years later that David feels the weight of not sharing the most important thing with Steve: his faith in Christ.
There is only one true source of fulfillment for our hearts. The skit searches through many other types of fulfillment in a Monty Pythonesque form.
A re-telling of the story that involves Jesus’ last days, crucifixion, and resurrection.