A major milestone reminds Dad that it is God, not him, who ultimately directs his daughter’s life. A great script for Father’s Day, graduation recognition, or a celebration of both.
A young girl thanks her Father for not only being her Father but for choosing to be her Dad.
Ever wonder what dads in the Bible were like? Probably not that much different than dads of today. This is a Reader’s Theatre celebrating dads!
Jack is about to deploy overseas with the US Army for a 12-month stint. After a week of what Eva thinks is a terrible stomach flu, Jack insists that they see a doctor. Congratulations and shock are prescribed when they discover that instead of falling prey to bad batch of chicken wings, Eva is in fact pregnant and Jack is about to become a deployed father.
A dad has been writing a poem over the course of his children’s lives about the struggles and joys of fatherhood.
This script shows appreciation for our fathers from the perspective of a Small Child, a Teenager, a College Student, a New Parent and an Empty-Nester, in that succession.
Being a dad is tough, but sometimes the older you get, the more you get the hang of it.
A dad shares one of his favorite stories of his dad when he was a kid.
Gary and Grady explain that no matter how complicated your relationship with the word ‘dad’ is or who you think of when considering what makes an amazing father, our heavenly father exists to be the ultimate dad.
A father and his grown child happen upon a misplaced box of treasures, and receive a reminder of the importance of fatherhood, all at once.
Sammy is going to spend the night with Willie. But first, Willie must help his dad do all of the ‘Father’s Day’ stuff he has planned. Willie only wishes that there was such a thing as a ‘Willie’s Day’. Perhaps… there is. In this Father’s Day skit, children will recognize some of the quiet sacrifices that a Father makes.
Each member of a family reads aloud their Father’s Day card to their dad illustrating the different phases of life, and what “dad” means to each phase.
Jesse and Jordan need something from their father but are reluctant to ask. A humorous illustration of why we sometimes hesitate to go to God with our needs.
Teenagers have a difficult time understanding the advice and guidance from their parents…just as all of God’s children struggle with the direction of their heavenly Father.
Dad’s two teenagers are in a desperate last-minute quandary about what to give Dad for Father’s Day.
This sincere monologue puts words to the feelings so many of us have for our fathers but aren’t always great at expressing.
This monologue is a sweet remembrance of a time a son went fishing with his dad, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Ben wants his young son to be great at everything, but is forced to face some truths when he gets sage advice from Jack, a dad who’s been down that road with his own son.
A man reflects on the first present he gave his father, and how like that gift, everything we give back to God is already His.
A teenage boy reminisces on fond memories of his dad as he writes a letter for Father’s Day.
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.
A dad reflects on his great desire to be the kind of father that his wife and children hope that he will be.
Through the eyes of both father and son, one of the most powerful of Jesus’ parables comes to life. Includes the mp3 soundtrack of the music used in the background from The Skit Guys performance of The Prodigal.
A dad reluctantly takes his young son fishing after church on Father’s Day and ends up learning a thing or two from a very wise 10-yr-old.
As a dad and his young daughter go on their very first “date,” he realizes that this is the perfect opportunity to say what she needs to hear - how much he loves her.
Just like a loving father treasures small, simple moments with his son or daughter, so does the Heavenly Father with his children.
Three men reflect on how their fathers taught them to dress…and live.
An adult son goes to his father for wisdom about a difficult situation in his life.
A father talks to his Heavenly Father about what it takes to be a great husband and dad.
A new dad gets a lesson from a veteran dad on how much his life is about to change now that his daughter has come into the world. Being a parent is hard, but we get a better understanding of God’s love for us.
In this skit we see how parents have the great opportunity to pass on great things to their children.