The Skit Guys

Reflections of Lent

Relationships Scripts

Bad Love Songs

The way to a girl’s heart is through a guy’s guitar… or maybe not.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 5

It’s a Start

A father and son at odds write letters to each other, attempting to take those first steps to reconcile.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4

A Valentine’s Apology to Men

In the interest of fairness and mutual respect a woman issues an open apology to men, as they navigate the complicated maze that is femininity.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 4 minutes

Confession: I’m In Love With My Wife

A married man seems to be confessing to an affair. But who is the mysterious “other woman” he speaks about? Great jump-starter for messages about marriage, love and commitment.

  • Actors: 4
  • Minutes: 5

The Dryer Fairy

Rick and Toodie learn to give thanks “in all things.” Great illustration for Thanksgiving or to accompany a message on Gratitude.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Do You Love Me, Dad?

A young dad agonizes over his less-than-perfect fathering skills, and in the process has an epiphany about his relationships with his own dad.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 3-4 minutes

Grace Is Unfair

Three siblings are hired to clean the garage, and the one hired first has an issue with the wage paid to the one hired last. A retelling of Jesus’ parable of the “workers in the vineyard.”

  • Actors: 4
  • Minutes: 8-10 minutes

If The Shoe Fits

The morning after the ball, Prince Charming is having a romantic crisis and needs his sister’s advice. How do you know when you’ve found the “right” person?

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 6-8 minutes

Hello? Is This Thing On?

Three actors provide some humorous, real-life examples that suggest that perhaps we don’t listen as much as we think we do.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 6-8 minutes

You’re Not Listening

Two coworkers, Barry and Jerry, meet up at the water cooler for some conversation. But neither one is really listening to what the other is saying and it quickly goes downhill. This script reminds us how important it is to really listen when someone we know needs to be heard.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Body Image

Crystal has three pesky voices following her around that are constant reminders of her imperfections and just how much she loathes herself.

  • Actors: 6
  • Minutes: 3-5 minutes

Ask for Directions

While on a family trip, Rick and Toodie both learn the importance of asking for directions. A fun, fresh perspective on prayer and pride.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 5-7 minutes

Between Takes

Pat and Patty Anderson have the perfect marriage…or do they? When asked to make a video for their church on how to have a successful marriage, their “perfect marriage” gets caught on tape.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 7-9 minutes

The Nightly Rumble

A family dinner turns into a WWE wrestling match in this script about family, arguing and peace.

  • Actors: 7
  • Minutes: 6-8 minutes

The Last Time I Went Fishing

This monologue is a sweet remembrance of a time a son went fishing with his dad, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 5-6 minutes

I Always Knew You Loved Me

Kids aren’t the only ones who mature - so do moms. Three adult children speak about their mothers, who seeming have only one thing in common: love.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 6-8 minutes

Say Anything

Every wife wants to hear her husband’s thoughts…but not ALL of them. In this lighthearted piece, a wife advises husbands on what not to say.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Love of Your Life

Two young adults, challenged to tell each other about the love of their lives, offer unexpected responses-and revelations.

  • Actors: 3+
  • Minutes: 5-7 minutes

The Box

Cliff and Em begin their journey into marriage full of love and romantic dreams, but also aware that things won’t always be easy. Many years later, they find their fears coming true and struggle just to hold things together. Can they find the “glue”?

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 10-15 minutes

Love Language

Love means more than romantic love. Not everyone gives and receives love and appreciation the same way.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Suicide

Those who are left behind after a suicide face a number of questions. Among those questions will be wondering if they ever told the deceased about the power of Jesus.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 2-4 minutes

Just Dance

Two men meet on the street in front of their office and try to decide where to go to lunch. They both are easily religiously offended and, because of their bondage, can’t decide on an acceptable place to eat. They then watch in wonder as a co-worker dances in joy across the street.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 6 minutes

King Midas: Ensemble

In this retelling of the ancient story a greedy man learns what really matters- and what really doesn’t. A touching, gently whimsical illustration of the redeeming power of love.

  • Actors: 6+
  • Minutes: 8-10 minutes

King Midas: Monologue

In this retelling of the ancient story a greedy man learns what really matters- and what really doesn’t. A touching, gently whimsical illustration of the redeeming power of love.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 6-8 minutes

Comfort

God calls us to be people of action. Our mouths might agree, but we quickly get cozy in our comfort zones, too afraid to reach outside and do something that might be a little uncomfortable or out of the norm. God wants us to serve alongside Him. He doesn’t want our excuses; He wants our hearts!

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 2-3 minutes

Check Please

Mac’s co-workers take him out to lunch for his birthday, but things take an ugly turn when the group realizes that they are short of what they owe for the check. Can they get past a few dollars to keep the peace?

  • Actors: 6
  • Minutes: 7-9 minutes

My Father’s Apple Trees

A man reflects on the first present he gave his father, and how like that gift, everything we give back to God is already His.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 2-3 minutes

Leah’s Lament

How do we react when we endure hardship? What do we say to God when He keeps us from what we feel we deserve? Read as Leah struggles between relying on Him and becoming embittered.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

This Is Why I’m Single

A single girl shares her humiliating experience with her friend and thinks she figures out why she’s still single.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 2-4 minutes

Road Trip

While on a road trip, three friends discover that one of them is very irresponsible and they’ll be lucky to get to Grandma’s house.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 3-4 minutes

Tasting, by Memory

Curt gets a reminder from his wife that sometimes life gets stale and tasteless, but it’s a good thing to have someone recall the memory of God’s goodness.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 2-4 minutes

The Worst Valentine’s Day Gift

One friend tries to prevent another friend from giving his wife the worst Valentine’s Day Gift In The History of The World and in the process, they have a conversation about what a gift truly means.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 6-8 minutes