Missions Scripts

In this hour-long Easter play, we see snapshots from the lives of four inspiring, historical figures: William Wilberforce, Hannah Moore, Rosalind Goforth and Eric Liddell. The frame around each of these snapshots is Christ’s story of love and sacrifice on that first Easter, which makes possible every act of Christian love, sacrifice, and faith ever since. This powerful production also features a choir.

Actors: 10+ Minutes: 60

A skit about missional living. Kim and Becky are trying to figure out how to live out the Great Commission. Becky leads Kim to a cow pasture to start their evangelical journey because she is hesitant about sharing the Gospel. Kim and Becky soon discover, though, that God can use them anywhere as long as they have a serving heart.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 4

When Becky and Jackson discover a bright light, they illuminate the darkness around them. While Abby dislikes having the light reveal what’s around her, Debbie convinces them to keep the light shining to help guide people.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

A skit about God using our weaknesses. Three well-known characters in the Bible are interviewed for the job God has in store for them. Despite their own weaknesses, we know God used them to His own glory, showing how He can use us as well.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

Only Ewe is a simple, humorous script designed to explore Jesus Christ’s metaphorical role as the “good shepherd.” Through the exchange of three different sheep, the drama showcases how believers may overcome excuses used to ignore a personal calling to follow the cause of Christ.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 8

Susie has dreams of becoming a missionary to Paris, France...the city of romance. Willie would be content just being the pizza delivery guy. Both come to a better understanding of the importance of taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to other countries. If not me...who?

Actors: 5 Minutes: 5

Miss Pickles teaches her class a few facts about the faith and missions of Christopher Columbus.

Actors: 6+ Minutes: 10

Too often we live isolated lives instead of actively loving others and the world around us. This short skit challenges us to step up, stop making excuses, and become people of action.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 1-3 minutes

Hearing God's call is one thing. Answering it can be really scary. In this skit, a "hero-in-training" gets a pep talk from some big-time Bible heroes.

Actors: 7 Minutes: 5-7 minutes