In this monologue, Elizabeth recounts unexpected miracles: becoming the mother of John the Baptist; her husband, Zechariah, emerging from the temple mute; her cousin Mary, pregnant as well. She recognizes God’s fulfillment of promises and His redemption of us all.
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.
A skit about being prepared to work for God when He needs you. Problems occur when Brandon tries to be prepared for any circumstance, but misses the point of being spiritually prepared.
Zeke (aka Isaac) is preparing for a trip to the mountains with his dad, Abe (aka Abraham). Zeke feels uneasy about the trip and talks about it with his friend Gabe.
Two groups of sheep try to please the Shepherd, but only one group truly understands what the Shepherd requires of them.
Gary and Grady explain that the story of Adam and Eve is about remaking our hearts to be like God’s. Not so much about the perils of fruit.
After being put in his place, Peter recounts being called “Satan” and how he realized that the one needing saving wasn’t Jesus, but himself.
Teenagers have a difficult time understanding the advice and guidance from their parents…just as all of God’s children struggle with the direction of their heavenly Father.
While Jesus was on earth, He used children and their faith as an example of the attitude He desires from us. Could we just for today become as a child and trust the One who is in charge?
Paul and Barnabas take on their first missionary journey. They cover a lot of ground and encounter many obstacles as they overcome with the power of the Holy Spirit.
The story of David and the Philistine Giant, Goliath. A lesson on obediance, faithfulness and trusting God.
This is the story of David as he encounters King Saul in a cave and how David spares Saul’s life.
The story of David and his army being chased by King Saul.
The story of David, young shepherd boy anointed future king. In this script, Samuel learns to listen to God as he searches for the next king of Israel.
This extremely loose paraphrase of the Book of Exodus - in the style of Dr.Seuss! - focuses on God’s provision for His people. Despite its satirical tone, it ends with a wise and thoughtful conclusion. Wildly successful in its premiere performance, it plays like a Pixar movie - kids respond on one level, grown-ups another. Includes optional PowerPoint images.
Since the fall of man, we’ve been in a power struggle with God over control. We surrender to God’s will, but when His reality interferes with our daily lives, we jump right back in the driver’s seat.
If you’ve ever struggled with trusting Jesus, this is for you. Learn how human nature often keeps us from the very thing that will help us trust Him more.
The story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den.
The story of Daniel and his friends as they were taken from their home and brought to a foreign land.
Moses receives his call from God via the burning bush.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward.
Joseph was his father’s favorite and his brothers resented him for it. But God had big plans for this little brother.
When Marie Kaplouski fills in for her hero, Martha Stewart, her cooking venture goes awry when she chooses not to follow Martha’s proven recipe.
People have different views on tithing, but when it comes down to it, the Bible is pretty clear on what’s expected.
Six people vow to make changes for the new year, but will they stick to it?
Cuando Dios cincela el peso muerto de nuestras vidas puede ser muy doloroso. Este guión es una mirada a la vida de un creyente típico que esta teniendo que pasar por el proceso de la disciplina de Dios.
Can you imagine being in a gourmet restaurant and ordering a big juicy steak, but once the food comes you admire it and then get up and walk out without eating it? This script is an illustration of how we treat Scripture. We read it and savor it, but often walk away from it without applying it to our lives. This skit works best as a sermon illustration.
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.
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.
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.
This skit shows a nightmare-ish Sunday school under the leadership of a very intimidated substitute teacher. The good news is, the kids have caught more of the Truth than one might think.
This skit takes a few “What if Jesus came back now?” moments and shows that some of the things we think are important are not always what is eternally important.