Adult children are going through the belongings of their father who recently passed away and discover a love for country and much more.
This is a Readers Theater piece about our National Anthem and the faith of the man who wrote it.
A little boy wonders about the power of the flag, while a figure from its history tells the story of the night the flag changed his life, reminding us at the end from where our help comes.
While Susie and Sammy wait for Willie and Joey to arrive at the picnic grounds, they pass the time playing a game called “Famous Quotes”. Throughout this Independence Day skit Joey learns a little bit about the history of his country and the faith of its founding fathers. And a mischievous Willie sees to it that the 4th of July celebration doesn’t end without a proper “Big Bang”.
Celebrate our country’s birthday with this Readers Theater about the struggle and sacrifice our Founding Fathers made to realize the dream that is America.
Spectators gather for a night of watching fireworks on the 4th! This Readers Theatre script is perfect to incorporate into your patriotic worship service.
Perfect for your patriotic service, this responsive reading is a reminder of our heritage and prayer for restoration. Includes free background slides to use during your reading.
What is patriotism, and what does it mean to God’s people? It means not only to celebrate, but to participate. This is the ensemble version of the script. See the monologue version of this script below if you need it for one actor.
What is patriotism, and what does it mean to God’s people? It means not only to celebrate, but to participate. This is the monologue version of the script. See the ensemble version of this script below if you need it for multiple actors.
A son remembers his grandfather who served in the military and father who gave his life for his country and realizes how truly blessed he is.
As a man raises the American flag outside of his house, he reflects on what it means to be able to display this symbol of freedom.
On a bittersweet Fourth of July, a family remembers the sacrifice made by one of their own, and express their gratitude for his love and devotion.
This Readers Theatre expresses gratitude for the freedoms and prosperity we enjoy as a nation, but more importantly for the freedom and mercy granted to us by a loving Savior.