Love Scripts

In this story of the lost sheep, we join in the silly antics of some sheep waiting while their Shepherd does whatever it takes to bring home a lost one from their flock.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 4

Though "freedom" is the only word used throughout this skit, when the son returns to his father, the word is a powerful reminder that true freedom is only found in God.

Actors: 6 Minutes: 2

This Readers Theater explores the idea that we all carry signs about who we believe ourselves to be, and they're usually not very positive. But Jesus has written messages on our hearts reminding us that we are His children and we are loved.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

Abby has a history of hating Valentine’s Day because it makes her feel alone and unloved. However, after finding a love letter from Jesus, she changes her mind and shares her discovery with her friend.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Karen presents herself differently in different areas of her life as she tries to earn (and keep) love. But deep down, she wants to be fully known and fully loved. This sketch is a natural lead-in to Psalm 139.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

When Becky finds a Valentine card she wrote to God as a 7-year-old, she reflects on how much easier it seemed to love God and to know that He loved her. She remembers that God loves her, no matter what.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

This series consists of 5 scripts; The Prophet’s Candle (symbolizing Hope), The Bethlehem Candle (symbolizing Faith), The Shepherd’s Candle (symbolizing Joy), The Angel’s Candle (symbolizing Peace), The Christ Candle (symbolizing Love). They can be performed all at once as one large Christmas production with the lighting of each Advent candle after the correlating script or they can be performed one at a time, correlating with the weekly lighting of an Advent Candle, with the 5th and final candle being lit at a Christmas Day or Christmas Eve service.

Actors: 4-19 Minutes: 3 each

The love of God became a living reality when Jesus was born. Through a remembrance of great acts of God's love through the history of his people, this Readers Theater script joyfully celebrates God's love for the world at the first Christmas.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

For all the times she went to fetch water, feeling alone and ashamed, the woman at the well never imagined that she’d encounter Jesus—a man who knew all about her, and yet, did not judge her.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2

In this monologue, Alyssa wrestles with how she really feels about Valentine’s Day, and ultimately finds herself being honest with God about her feelings.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 4

Valentine's Day is about chocolate, flowers, and letting that special someone know just how much you care. But love adds up to so much more!

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

As Jeff confesses to Justin that he no longer loves his wife, he’s met with a surprising response. Justin challenges Jeff to “level up” as he explains that marriage is an opportunity to fall in love again, as many times as it takes.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 5

In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we see a father welcome home his son, who has thrown away his inheritance. In this inspirational retelling of their story, we hear what may have been going on in the minds of the father and the son.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 5

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

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.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 5

A little lamb keeps getting distracted and won’t listen to the Shepherd. But when she gets lost, the Shepherd is right there to rescue her from danger.

Actors: 6 Minutes: 6