An explanation of Easter.
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.
A prayer of thanksgiving to God and a response from God’s Word from Jeremiah 32 and 33.
Joseph was his father’s favorite and his brothers resented him for it. But God had big plans for this little brother.
Through the eyes of both father and son, one of the most powerful of Jesus’ parables comes to life.
Two former tag-team champion wrestlers feud over something trivial. This skit parallels the futility of the grudges between believers.
A Reader’s Theatre about God’s love and acceptance as a Father who pursued His people.
Worship the risen Savior through scripture this Easter with “He Is Alive: A Responsive Reading” by Eddie James! This script is perfect for those of us who want to be creative in our Easter service but don’t have a lot of time.
While helping his/her daughter hunt for Easter eggs, a dad/mom wonders how this tradition fits in to the holiday. This script is perfect for your Easter Sunday, or to encourage your congregation to reach out to someone who is searching during this time of Christian celebration. Includes a male and female version of the script.
During the crucifixion, Jesus hung on his cross between two thieves- one believed and one did not.
Many of us feel cemented into our lives and lifestyles by our histories or habits. We mistakenly feel unworthy of God’s grace and we spend our time trying to find our place among life’s consolation prizes. But if a Roman Centurion can realize the renewing gift of Christ’s salvation, how can we not?
Pete finds out his good friend has been texting his girlfriend behind his back. Will they ever be able to get past it?
A woman realizes that she has something she’s rarely had in her life- forgiveness.
God’s grace is a free gift that we can’t seem to grasp on a daily basis. We know we don’t deserve the blessings God gives us, yet he delights in continuing to bless us despite our shortcomings and willful disobedience.
Este guión se trata de una niña que en medio de una serie de relaciones malas, ella pone su confianza y su corazón roto en Jesús.
A great monologue for Holy Week from the Apostle John as he tells of the events in the upper room, Gethsemene, the trial of Christ, and His crucifixion.
This creative sermon set-up skit about a stranger who shows up to church for an Easter service, he is amazed at the lengths a church would go to get his attention.
The Bird Cage is a metaphor to humanity’s imprisonment and Jesus’ redemption plan that sets us free. Skit starts out as a young boy and a man talk about wild birds in a birdcage to the ultimate encounter of Jesus and Satan looking at mankind in the cage.
A person calls into Tech Support to get Love installed on her Heart
Eric Swink (a member of the Skitiots) brings to life a comedy with two scenes of a person trying to deal with the aspects and traits of Love. We see Paul trying to live out the quality’s found in 1 Corinthians 13. The scenes start with a conversation in a local starbucks and ends with an argument with Paul’s wife*. All the while Paul stumbles on making the virtues a reality with strangers and the people closest to him. The comedy has truth and liberty for the ending to make a great point.
Growing up in a disconnected home can be hard, but what happens when your parents are expecting another child, and realize they need to do some things differently. Tina shares her experience in this heartfelt testimony.
This reading takes selected verses from the Gospels and tells the story of the Last Supper through Christ’s resurrection.
A teenage girl returns from a youth retreat to find her drunken father asleep in his easy chair. She must decide what to do with him, and choose rather to love him or not.
A husband comes home to discover his wife, who has had an affair, about to leave. He challenges her to stay, to receive his forgiveness and love.
Two old friends meet up and resolve a hurt issue from the past.
An updated and comedic version of the famous parable.
It’s easy to see why God would seem unapproachable, and that we would have to squeeze an appointment with Him, or do something to impress Him. The great news is that God approached us first and offered us salvation through Jesus. For those stuck in the waiting room, it’s only excuses that keep them from getting their questions answered.
Gossip and rumors grow wildly in the matter of one school day. Assumptions are made and everyone takes sides. When the truth comes out, will the people involved reconcile their relationship, or let the separation and bitterness grow?
When flight 206’s engines fail, the passengers have to quickly fulfill all of their dreams and unfinished business. However, they are in a surprise and may have longer to live after all. Will they seize the new opportunity to live with purpose, or waste it in their same old way of living?
Train No.9: The Unexpected Journey is a six week drama which tells the story of Tim as he leaves his empty life and finds new life on board Train no.9. Living in a small town, Tim is searching for meaning in life. His friends and parents don’t quite understand what the “lure” is to check out the train and see what is beyond the life they live.
The Apostle Peter recounts the events of Good Friday, Easter morning, and the days that followed, and realizes that the Savior he betrayed forgives him completely.
This skit is a human video: action done to music. This skit is set to Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart.” This skit shows a person caught in a sea of sin and Christ coming to rescue her. The script comes with the Spanish translation for the cards used in the video. You may also want to use the Glee version of “Total Eclipse of the Heart.”