Joseph tells his seven-year-old son Yeshua (Jesus) that they must kill the lamb that Yeshua has raised for the last year.
A skit about Christ’s sacrifice as payment for our sins. Becky tries to buy eternal life insurance, but finds that she cannot pay the exorbitant cost. With nothing adequate to barter for payment, she gladly accepts when the boss of the insurance company offers to cover her bill.
In this Reader’s Theater script, Mary, Joseph, 2 shepherds, and an angel ask if people expected the Savior to come as a human baby, who is also fully God. Audiences are reminded that God sent His Son to show his love and to die for us all.
In this puppet script, Willie, Joey, and Susie talk about what Veteran’s Day is all about and discuss ways they can show respect and gratitude to veterans.
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.
This script gives your church an opportunity to stop and recognize the brave men and women who have served our country and paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
Ellen’s husband, Glen, throws out a radical Christmas idea that just about sends Ellen over the edge.
Use this easy to pull together Mother’s Day script to share the comedy and sincerity that is in the blessing of motherhood.
We all know what happens to Jesus after he takes the place of Barabbas, but what happened to Barabbas? Watch this interpretation of what Barabbas must have been contending with.
Not all moms are the same, and depending on our circumstances, Mother’s Day can be bittersweet for some. This monologue attempts to connect with all ladies who have a Momma’s heart, and who bear the fruit of motherhood.
The Bible has some “notorious” characters who encounter the truth of Jesus and whose lives show his transforming love in all its glory.
Her brother had been raised from the dead. Her family was friends with Jesus. Listen as Mary talks about anointing Jesus’ feet with oil. Use in the weeks leading up to Easter.
Simon of Cyrene made the long journey to celebrate Passover in Jerusalem. Little did he know that this Friday would go down in history. Use in the weeks leading up to Easter and it’s a great video for Good Friday.
After reconciling the Christmas gift receipts and devising a payment plan, a husband and wife wonder whether it was all worth the price they paid - and rediscover what it cost Christ on that first Christmas.
This skit poses the simply question, “Would you rather give up prayer for a year, or give up TV for a year?”
Two friends reflect on the significance of what washing each other’s feet really means.
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.
As a man raises the American flag outside of his house, he reflects on what it means to be able to display this symbol of freedom.
Tommy and Eddie deliver a special Mother’s Day message, but Tommy gets a little carried away in song. Perform
We use our hands for many things, some of which God never intended, yet He still sent His son to provide a way for us to join Him forever. In this dramatic series of monologues, seven people examine the work of their hands and realize they need a change.
Don’t have the preparation time, massive cast of actors, or camel rental budget for a huge Easter production this year? We’ve got the solution: a hybrid between a Readers’ Theatre and a Script that will help you present the Greatest Story Ever Told. The powerful story of Christ’s death on the cross and the events leading up to his ultimate sacrifice.
A family prepares to meet an honored guest: the young soldier whose life was spared thanks to the sacrifice of their son. When the young man and the family meet, the family is met with the disappointment and awareness of the contrast between his life and the life of his substitute. Parallels a holy God’s sacrifice for an unworthy people.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife.
While a “fan” of Jesus only wants to be in the fan club as long as Jesus is doing something spectacular, a follower marvels at all of Jesus’ works - even the quiet moments seen by few - and wants to live his live in the same way.
Here’s a support group for people addicted to stuff. This is a great sermon set-up.
A husband and father is trying his best to balance family and work, but he finds that work seems to be his priority and his family ends up suffering for it.
An old couple speaks of live, love, and lessons learned over the past 50 years.
A new teacher is reconsidering her career choice after a very rough first day of school, but a wise custodian talks her off the ledge.
On a bittersweet Fourth of July, a family remembers the sacrifice made by one of their own, and express their gratitude for his love and devotion.
Fasting can be one of those elusive and mysterious disciplines of the Christian faith. Here are a few people who can’t seem to get it right.
This script shows appreciation for our mothers from the perspective of a Small Child, a Teenager, a College Student, a New Parent and an Empty-Nester in that succession.
During the crucifixion, Jesus hung on his cross between two thieves- one believed and one did not.