Set in a fast-food restaurant, a series of customers place orders that remind audiences that there is only one Jesus, and we don’t get to decide what parts of Him we want or don’t want.
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.
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.
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.
A show called The Crazy Truth is the setting in this interactive skit, where Professor Imani and his sidekick, Zaney, teach audiences about the miracles Jesus’ performed. Note: This is Day 1, if you are using The Crazy Truth series.
The mother of a young man who took the wrong path; she is struggling with losing him and trying to absorb what she has seen and heard.
In this monologue, a young man (or woman) recounts several of life’s challenges and the fact that despite ongoing prayer, God did nothing to help…or did He? A perfect script to illustrate themes of prayer and faith to teens and adults.
In this lighthearted play, a young girl pulls her family together on Christmas Eve to put on an impromptu play. When Olivia feels the play turned into a disaster, her dad reminds her of how messy the first Christmas was, but that God uses messes to do amazing things.
Timmy is disappointed to be playing an Advent candle in the church Christmas play, rather than the “important” role of Joseph. But as he shares his one line with his mom, Timmy discovers the importance of his role and the message of the candle of peace.
In this monologue, Elizabeth recounts unexpected miracles: becoming the mother of John the Baptist; her husband, Zechariah, emerging from the temple mute; her cousin Mary, pregnant as well. She recognizes God’s fulfillment of promises and His redemption of us all.
Janet learns that her son Timmy is being bullied on Facebook by so-called “friends” at his new school. Teased for being a Christian, the circumstance creates a teachable moment for Janet to share with Timmy how he can pray without ceasing and that if God had a Facebook account He’d write amazing things on Timmy’s wall.
Part of the Train Up A Child Series, it’s a funny and touching skit to help believers of all ages know and remember what they believe.
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.
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are faced with losing their lives because of their faith in God.
This skit takes a deeper look into four individuals who have each had a different experience with church and Christianity. Their conversation leads them (and hopefully your audience) to explore the questions, “What do I really know?” and “Am I really a Christian?”
There are just three things that you need to survive after you graduate. And it’s not pizza, money or a good job…
A dad wants to pass on his faith through the stories passed on to him by his dad, but it doesn’t have the intended result.
There’s Good Friday, and there’s Easter Sunday. And then there’s the day in between, filled with waiting, grieving, and just plain not understanding. This is a one-act illustrating both the Biblical passion-week Saturday and the days when we struggle to understand God’s timing.
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)!
The kids at Camp Sonrise have just finished a game to see who can make it back to the campsite first and learn that it’s easier to find your way when a friend is helpful. This is a fun telling of the story of how Rahab helped two Israelite spies and because of that, God saved Rahab and her family.
After dying from a heart attack, Tim awaits his fate with a suitcase full of his earthly accomplishments, hopeful those things will get him into heaven.
An illustration on our faith and belief in Jesus assures us of eternity with Him. A couple is buying a new refrigerator, but the salesman insists they’ll need a warranty just in case their guaranteed, built-to-last appliance breaks down within the year.
A Dr. Seuss-style retelling of the David and Goliath story by the author of Wharton Finds a Whatzit. Like Wharton, Little Rock is satirical in style, yet offers genuine insights about faith. It plays like a Pixar movie—kids respond on one level, grown-ups on another. PowerPoint illustrations are included.
Susie explains to Willie that there’s nothing you can do to earn a gift.
A scene summarizing What Jesus talked about when he said the “gate is narrow.”
A modern day take on the John 5 story of Jesus healing the cripple at the pool of Bethesda.
Superstitious James is determined to end his Easter a rich man as he hunts for the golden egg. This skit is a great introduction into a sermon that addresses apologetics and examines the evidence that supports the resurrection. Our faith in the Risen Savior is not a hopeful myth or an improbable lucky charm. There is solid evidence to support our belief in Jesus Christ as the risen Lord.
Noah and Mrs. Noah stop to remind each other that even though they don’t understand it all, God has a purpose and a plan.
Several people order up their favorite versions of Christianity.
We have the same power available to us today that David had when he killed Goliath. Our God is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
Sam, Jake and Frank are three average shepherds whose lives are changed when they are visited by angels who bring news of Christ’s birth. While they are all eager to get going to visit the Christ child, they wrestle with the small matter of who is going to be on sheep duty. Includes mp3 of music found in the video version as seen below.