Janet learns that her son Timmy is being bullied on Facebook by so-called “friends” at his new school. Teased for being a Christian, the circumstance creates a teachable moment for Janet to share with Timmy how he can pray without ceasing and that if God had a Facebook account He’d write amazing things on Timmy’s wall.
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.
A major milestone reminds Dad that it is God, not him, who ultimately directs his daughter’s life. A great script for Father’s Day, graduation recognition, or a celebration of both.
Prayer is vital to a Christian marriage—so why is praying together so hard?
While performing priestly duties at the temple, Zechariah is met by a heavenly stranger, who gives him news so unexpected God renders him utterly silent. Includes an mp3 of the music used in the video version.
For all of us who need the occasional “permission” to step out of the kitchen and into the throne room of God.
Almost overnight Pokémon GO has become the most popular app of all time. But could it be that Jesus came up with the idea first? This is a great intro for a message or group discussion on living and sharing our faith (the two are connected)!
Two-part comedy sketch about a clueless young man (or woman) attempting contact God by phone. Great accompaniment for presentations on prayer or on God’s character.
When Mike and Jami sit down for their Thanksgiving dinner, Jami’s prayer reflects more of a what they don’t have than what they do.
Two American’s September 11th, 2001 accounts meet, as each discovers their security is in God alone.
Three weeks into New Years’ resolutions, the ever-resourceful Emily seeks praise from a professional—and finds it’s not quite what she expected.
A young graduate struggles with the news that the plans she had are seemingly different than the plans God has.
Jesse and Jordan need something from their father but are reluctant to ask. A humorous illustration of why we sometimes hesitate to go to God with our needs.
Kara wants to know how to pray, but can’t seem to understand it’s not about a formula, but spending time with the Father.
Three actors provide some humorous, real-life examples that suggest that perhaps we don’t listen as much as we think we do.
Wouldn’t it be great if God would just physically appear before us and sit and talk face to face? Since He doesn’t, people have managed to come up with a few different ways to express themselves to God so that they think they are impressing Him when all He really wants is for us to be real and honest and still.
While on a family trip, Rick and Toodie both learn the importance of asking for directions. A fun, fresh perspective on prayer and pride.
When Moses was outside the Camp in prayer, he went away to meet with God. He called it the “place of meeting.” And he talked with God. It was a two way discussion and it was transparent and honest. Our prayer lives have to reflect that two-way honesty that God had with Moses. Prayer is essential in our discipline and growth.
The first day of school can be bittersweet. It means freedom for mom, but it also means another year has come and gone. In this script, a mom talks to God about how fast time flies and asks for help making the most of every moment.
This skit poses the simply question, “Would you rather give up prayer for a year, or give up TV for a year?”
God is omniscient and the implications of that sometimes have us questioning the things He does.
Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, a time for prayer and fasting. This responsive reading is a thoughtful way for your congregation to join together to worship God and seek repentance.
Two sisters, Carol and Meg, have an urgent meeting at a coffee shop. Meg is desperate to talk to Carol, who is a lawyer, about her (Meg’s) daughter who is severly anorexic. In the course of the conversation, it become obvious that Meg is starving herself as well, spiritually.
A young woman struggles to shut out all of the advice she gets from friends in order to hear what God has to say about her burdens.
If you’ve ever asked God for something without believing He’ll really make it happen, this script is for you. Why pray for something if you don’t believe it makes a difference?
God desires a living, active relationship with His people. He’s not looking for cookie cutter Christians or people who say the right words at the right times. He wants to dig into our lives and be real with us, but there’s one thing that stands in the way - ourselves.
Kris and Chris are both waiting in a hospital waiting room to hear news of their spouses surgeries. Kris is facing her crisis all alone, while Chris has the love and support of his church small group.
Sample conversations with a father that parallel how we often approach our heavenly Father in prayer.
A Christian tries to dial up God, and gets His voice mail instead. This is a short script and so we show the script in it entirety in the preview. If you plan on uses the script, please purchase the un-watermarked version before doing so.
A group of people gather for a workshop on how to pray, but the teacher of the class learns a thing or two from his students.
Start your worship service or sermon off with this Thanksgiving How-To Guide for men. It’s served fresh with healthy portions of humor, truth and great encouragement on leading your family and counting your blessings.
A marriage that is offered to God is taken back piece by pieces.
Two friends meet for lunch and end up learning about salvation.