Two moms are talking while their sons are playing with their Super Jesus Action Figures, when another mom stops by with her son. They discover that Jesus isn’t what we want to make Him - like a toy in a box that is molded into our image.
Several men and one inept wife attend a class on romance hoping to be able to speak the language of love better, but we quickly learn that the teacher has her hands full.
After getting his car stuck in a rut, a husband begins to realize that his marriage is also stuck in a rut…but some ruts are good ones.
A typical “Christian” family passes by 3 scenarios where they could display love to their neighbors, before finding themselves stranded motorists assisted by an unlikely “Good Samaritan.”
A Reader’s Theatre about God’s love and acceptance as a Father who pursued His people.
What a comfort to know that no matter what we do or no matter where we go, God the Father will always be there. Here is the Psalmist’s prayer as a responsive reading.
An old couple speaks of live, love, and lessons learned over the past 50 years.
An unloved woman with a messy background who wants nothing more than to find worth is surprised to discover it at her new church.
As a dad and his young daughter go on their very first “date,” he realizes that this is the perfect opportunity to say what she needs to hear - how much he loves her.
As moms, all we want is to have happy and healthy kids who love and appreciate us. (And maybe a spa day and a little bling every now and then.)
This script shows appreciation for our mothers from the perspective of a Small Child, a Teenager, a College Student, a New Parent and an Empty-Nester in that succession.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wifewhisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.
This script is a Reader’s Theatre that tells the truth about love. This skit can easily be performed memorized or not (use black music stands and have the actors read the script during performance). No blocking is necessary.
This is a responsive reading for a Thanksgiving service filled with Scripture about praising God for his many blessings.
Moms never stop being moms. Julie, a mom herself, realizes that her mom just wants the best for her during a phone conversation. This script is a monologue with Julie on the phone when her Mother beeps in on the other line. Initially annoyed with her Mother, Julie is reminded how much she loves her mother.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could order your spouse like you order a pizza?
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.
Como es contado en Lucas 15, una señora con diez monedas de plata pierde una. Y después ella enciende una lámpara y barre su casa hasta que la encuentra, y cuando la encuentra se goza.
It’s so easy to think that because we have hard times in our life that God doesn’t like us, that He just sits up in the heavens and merely tolerates us, when all along He’s absolutely crazy about us.
Paul determines to “put his feet to his faith” after he reads 1 Corinthians 13. But he quickly realizes that showing love, the kind the Bible talks about, in everyday life is a lot harder than what he expected.
A Boy and Girl are on a date. There is a question that the boy desperately wants to ask, and there is question the Girl wants to hear. Are they the same?
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.
The dilemma of a popular young boy to act as Jesus would at “The Dance.”
1st Corinthians 13: 1- 13 Scripture Reading.
A young couple, madly in love, approaches a crusty old Judge about getting married. After some grilling, he finally consents to marry them. After giving them some VERY scary vows to repeat, they decide that maybe they’d rather not get married after all.
Anna is waiting until later to trust Christ as is faced with the question: Why?
Also see “With You Always Part 2”.
A teenage girl reaches out to an unpopular boy and teaches us a great lesson about love and life.
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.
It’s the Phil Callahan Show, where he is interviewing four beauty pageant contestants about the loves in their lives.
As a young couple begins to take their vows, reminders of the past enter into the ceremony. It seems that the groom hasn’t been honest with his new mate about his promiscuity. We learn that the dating choices you make seriously effect you for the rest of your life.
The way girls relate to boys has a lot to do with how they first relate to their father. Emma’s relationship with her father is less than easy. Only as both draw close to God will they find peace.