God's Love Scripts

This Easter Readers Theater script presents the juxtaposition of the things usually found in an Easter basket versus the armor of God.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

This Readers Theatre for Easter focuses on the debt that Jesus paid on the cross so that we no longer have to be separated from our God.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

A cup of water made a huge impact on Matthew when Jesus explained that if anyone showed an act of kindness, even as simple as offering a drink to one of the disciples, they would not lose their reward. When Jesus said on the cross, “I thirst,” it was clear that He felt all the same physical ailments and pains that we feel, even down to being thirsty. He went through the pain, the aches, and the thirst not only for His sake but also for all of ours.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

A committee meeting to plan phrases for the church sign reveals that we may have become complacent about God's love.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

Susie is surprised to discover that Willie has never heard of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. She explains who Dr. King was, and Willie learns that God loves all of us equally, no matter what color our skin is. This puppet script is a great way to teach about and celebrate Dr. King's life.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 6

This Readers Theater reminds us that God is with us in the dark places of our lives. We remember that He knows what it's like to be human and experience pain, and He will walk with us through life's heartbreaking moments.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 3

In this Reader’s Theater script, Mary, Joseph, 2 shepherds, and an angel ask if people expected the Savior to come as a human baby, who is also fully God. Audiences are reminded that God sent His Son to show his love and to die for us all.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

In this comedic skit, a queen uses a rebellious criminal to demonstrate what she’s learned about Jesus by reading her newly acquired Guttenberg Bible. Though, in the end she misses God’s point.

Actors: 7 Minutes: 7

When his brother leaves, the Perfect Son becomes self-righteously sure that he is the only one who deserves his Father’s love. The Prodigal’s return reveals the Perfect Son’s imperfect heart.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

Tom reluctantly joins a support group for sinners, but he's not sure he's ready to face up to some things in his life or if God will love him despite his transgressions.

Actors: 5+ Minutes: 6

Gracie is a young and talented athlete competing in this year’s “G-Games”. She has a devoted supporter and teammate in her heaven sent helper, Angelica, but a staunch nemesis in her opponent, Beezle. Will Gracie be able to win the coveted G-Race title or are the challenges she faces just too great? Join our G-Games competitors and crazy cast of characters as they illustrate some favorite Bible stories and seek to prove that Grace always wins!

Actors: 20+ Minutes:

A skit Narrator gets caught up in the Genesis 3 story of Adam and Eve disobeying God and learns that Jesus has always been the answer.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 8

Have you ever felt beyond God's love? While Karen and Lynn are shopping, Lynn confesses that after a divorce she can't see how God could possibly love her anymore.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Aren't we so lucky that despite our sin, God saved us? Aren't we lucky that luck had nothing to do with it?

Actors: 3 Minutes: 4

The word love is such a powerful idea. It can mean so many things and it's mere mention suggests even more. But as much as our world talks about and considers love, we rarely approach anything close to what it represents. But God does. In so many ways. And His perfect love shines a light on what love really should look like.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 3

Here's a special message about God's love. While it may include using some artistic license and an ill-advised falsetto, have no fear because it gets there eventually.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4