Sin Scripts

When Sara notices a huge spot on her floor, she's concerned what people will think about her. Jill encourages her by sharing about her own spot, reminding Sara that everyone has things in their lives they're ashamed of.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

As a playwright works to compose a sketch about sin for the church youth group, three teens act out the scenes as they're written (and deleted) and rewritten.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 6

In a parody of the Netflix show, "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo," a man thinks a tidying expert is going to help him organize his house. Instead, he gets a much-needed look into the clutter in his heart.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 6

This Readers Theater explores the significance of a coin today, and how, though they are small things on their own, they can add up to a lot. The coin is compared to sin, and we're reminded that all the coins in the world could never add up to the cost of Jesus' sacrifice for us.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

In this 5 script series, Wendy desires a deeper connection with the Lord, but her GodPhone seems to be on the fritz. For starters, it keeps asking her to insert a sin card that she's certain she never had. These skits can each stand alone or be used as a five-part series that may coincide with Advent, Lent or other seasons of prayer focus.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 5-8

Wendy desires a deeper connection with the Lord, but her GodPhone seems to be on the fritz. For starters, it keeps asking her to insert a sin card that she's certain she never had. This script is part of the GodPhone series. These skits can each stand alone or be used as a five-part series that may coincide with Advent, Lent or other seasons of prayer focus.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

Wendy desires a deeper connection with the Lord, but her GodPhone seems to be on the fritz. For reasons unexplained, it keeps switching over to AutoPray. This script is part of the GodPhone series. These skits can each stand alone or be used as a five-part series that may coincide with Advent, Lent or other seasons of prayer focus.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 4

Wendy desires a deeper connection with the Lord, but her GodPhone seems to be on the fritz. For one thing, she can't make it focus on herself for a very long time. This script is part of the GodPhone series. These skits can each stand alone or be used as a five-part series that may coincide with Advent, Lent or other seasons of prayer focus.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

Wendy desires a deeper connection with the Lord, but her GodPhone seems to be on the fritz. For one thing, she's completely confused by where her GPS is directing her. This script is part of the GodPhone series. These skits can each stand alone or be used as a five-part series that may coincide with Advent, Lent or other seasons of prayer focus.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5

Wendy desires a deeper connection with the Lord, but her GodPhone seems to be on the fritz. On top of everything else, her sin card keeps taking control of her preferences. This script is part of the GodPhone series. These skits can each stand alone or be used as a five-part series that may coincide with Advent, Lent or other seasons of prayer focus.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 8

As Hannah meets with a counselor for the first time, she bemoans the holidays which makes her feel guilty and ashamed. Ultimately, she realizes what it means to truly be forgiven.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 7

This Readers Theater tells a story that reminds us that even when we can't forgive ourselves or forget the sins we've committed, God not only forgives, but also forgets all our sins.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 2

When a prisoner is told he is free, he chooses to stay in his cell a little longer rather than leave. This skit reminds us that Christ didn't set us free so we could remain in our chains.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

Hardness of Heart is a spiritual condition affecting millions. In this parody of a TV commercial for a prescription drug, we learn about Confessitall®, and how it can help anyone struggling with the epidemic of HOH.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

Based on Revelation 3:20, this script shows Aaron afraid to let Jesus into all parts of his life because of his messes. Jesus reminds Aaron that there’s freedom from the weight of his hidden life that’s locked behind keys and passwords.

Actors: 2 Minutes:

This skit demonstrates how Jesus accepted the punishment for our sins, and how He disciplines us to help us become more like Him. After an exchange between a father and teen, we see Jesus having a similar conversation with one of His followers.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 5