In this script, perfect for New Year’s (or even the start of a new school year), four people make commitments that they intend to follow through on, while acknowledging their need for God to help them.
Willie finds himself up a tree as he and Susie consider making their first ever New Year’s resolution.
One Christian’s costume party preparations illustrates that the “living for God” resolution may not be what it seems.
Three weeks into New Years’ resolutions, the ever-resourceful Emily seeks praise from a professional—and finds it’s not quite what she expected.
Starting a new year can be daunting, but God has promised us that He will stand by us and never leave us. He has given us what we need to stand strong and walk daily with Him. This script is perfect for your worship time in your youth group or main church worship service.
A new year brings thoughts of fresh starts and renewing commitments. This Responsive Reading is perfect for incorporating into your worship service to encourage your church to renew their lives from the inside out.
A young New Year’s Resolution name “Surrender My Life to Christ” interacts with a number of other New Year’s resolutions, all of whom are trying to help her become more “acceptable” and “attractive” to the world.
A teenager is challenged to list his/her resolutions for the New Year.
A man/woman is challenged to list his/her goals for the New Year.
Bob’s got his list of resolutions that he’s convinced will make his life better, but his friend Jim isn’t buying it.
A woman has a difficult time making commitments and sticking to her resolutions. But when she tries to return her latest resolution to the New Year’s Resolution Returns Desk, she gets some help figuring out why it’s so hard to commit.
A woman reflects on her imperfections, resolutions over the years, and the changes each new year brings.
Six people vow to make changes for the new year, but will they stick to it?
Just like a waiter who drops the check and then disappears, sometimes it’s easier to “drop our faith” and then run without ever investing in someone. Here’s a girl who has the passion, but doesn’t quite seem to get the point.
Eddie is trying to take down the Christmas lights from his house, but is that just a symbol of what he’s trying to do with Jesus?
In a series of four scenes, two actors try to answer the title question, what keeps you from following God? The answers may hit close to home, but the hope is to encourage believers to live more fully in God.
A chance conversation between Nancy and Marci in the workplace reveals that Marci is struggling with issues from her past. Will she find a way to put them down?
A husband and wife are trying to be better about spending money and sticking to a budget. Both have made sacrifices and have started to realize how hard making sacrifices is.
We would all like an office to complain to and have them deal with it, but the truth is, it’s up to each person to make a difference in the world.
Two friends want to be used of God, and after trying to use their own strengths they find that being available to God is the most important thing.
This is a Reader’s Theater skit that asks the hard questions that we ask ourselves about why we were put on this planet. In the end it is shown that once we get our eyes off of ourselves and make ourselves available to God that we find purpose.
It’s easy to see why God would seem unapproachable, and that we would have to squeeze an appointment with Him, or do something to impress Him. The great news is that God approached us first and offered us salvation through Jesus. For those stuck in the waiting room, it’s only excuses that keep them from getting their questions answered.
God will use any means necessary to get our attention. In this case it is a little girl standing in line at the grocery store wanting to get her mother’s attention that highlights God’s desire to break in to our busy lives and tell us that He loves us.
Everyone has forgotten their time alone with God. In this skit, we see how much this young teen is missing out on when she forgets about her ‘reservation’ with God.
We’ve all encountered people who “talk the talk” and don’t “walk the walk.” The race of life is quite the same. The skit shows the difference between the spectator and the true runner.
When God chisels the dead weight out of our lives it can be very painful. This is a look at a typical believer having to go through the process of God’s discipline. Includes both original and “Remastered” version and an mp3 from the soundtrack used in the God’s Chisel Remastered video.