Parenting Scripts

Timmy is feeling down because kids at school are making fun of him for not having any Instagram followers. This opens the door for Timmy and his mom to have a meaningful conversation about true friendship and the importance of doing what’s right before God, rather than what’s popular. Part of the Train Up A Child series, it’s a funny and touching skit to help believers of all ages know and remember what they believe.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Janet is surprised to find her son sitting at the kitchen doing long division on the weekend instead of playing outside with friends. She discovers that he’s trying to calculate how many years make up 1,000 generations as he tries to wrap his head around the enormous promise of God’s love and faithfulness for His children.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Timmy is disappointed after the church Christmas production because his mom, who played Mary, gave away a gift (that he hoped to receive) to a new kid in the audience. Part of the Train Up A Child series, this is a funny and touching skit to help people of all ages remember the true meaning of Christmas and to be thankful in giving.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

When Tia interviews to become a mom, she's so overwhelmed by the demands put on mothers that she almost turns away. Then she realizes that all a mother truly needs is a humble willingness to allow God to parent through her.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2

In this readers theater, 3 moms come together in solidarity to pump each other up for the biggest game of their lives — the highest-stakes challenge they’ve faced to date: Motherhood. And they’re in it to win it.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 7

When a woman realizes she didn't get a gift for her mom on Mother's Day, she reaches out to her smart device, Alesha, for help. But the response she gets from the machine is not what she expects.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

This Readers Theater takes the opportunity to thank mothers for all they do, while also offering a blessing and lifting them up in prayer.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 2

As a teenage daughter writes a card to her mother apologizing for her crudely-finished handmade gift, she realizes that her mother is God’s uniquely crafted, handmade gift to her.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

A few moms gather in a secret club where they get to escape the craziness of motherhood and relax without interruption. Eventually, they share things they love about their kids and decide to head home, realizing that no matter how stressful it can be, being a mom is worth it.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

In this monologue, a young man recalls his dad's struggles and successes as a single father and considers the importance of prayer in the lives of his own family as he watches his son's first t-ball game.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 5

In this short comedic piece, a new dad and an experienced dad play on a word game show that reveals misunderstandings about grace and the role it plays in marriage and parenting.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

When Jay finds out he's going to be a father, he finds a "paternity test" online and is anxiously preparing so he can be a good dad. His friend, Sam, helps teach Jay that there's no studying or planning that can get a man ready for fatherhood. It's all about love.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Joseph feels like there's a lot of pressure on him to be a good dad, considering that Jesus' "real" dad is God. As he lists all the ways he falls short, Mary reminds him that God chose them to be Jesus' parents, and that He was born to free all of us from our imperfections.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

As Cam prepares to take her infant son for immunizations, she fears for the pain he will experience, and the pain she'll feel as a result. God reminds Cam that her love for her son is a lot like the love and care God has for her.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

A mother talks sentimentally about motherhood amidst the chaos that is “her life”.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 5

In this funny skit, a married couple discovers that becoming new parents is overwhelming, scary, and potentially a bit messy. But they trust that God will help them figure it all out.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5