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.”
Life often times breaks our hearts. In this skit, a girl who has had her heart broken many times, decides to trust her heart to Jesus.
Kelly finds her run-away brother working in the Graceland cafe. He encourages her to go home. She encourages him to do the same. A stranger tells them they both need to go home in order to find the forgiveness that they both want.
In this moving monologue, a young man named Dave wrestles with the need to find redemption and to forgive himself.
How will it end? Kelly comes home a little more than nervous about what her family’s reaction will be. Will she find grace, or will she find accusation?
Two brothers struggle to find healing in this skit about forgiveness, friends, and pride.
Life throws us curve balls – sometimes we pitch them to ourselves, as is seen in the story of Steve who is dealing with becoming an unmarried, teenage father.
Set during World War II, this two act play tells the story of a wife hoping her husband can make it home for Christmas Eve.