Rick and Toodie Narraway (Ask for Directions) learn to give thanks “in all things.” Great illustration for a Thanksgiving message/discussion.
When Thanksgiving has been feeling bad about himself, he goes to see a therapist. He’s concerned about the stress he causes people, but is encouraged when the therapist reminds him to count his blessings.
In this skit, a reader’s theater goes awry when two of the readers take it upon themselves to make some edits to God’s Word, in an attempt to be more “real” about gratitude.
As Abby sits down for Thanksgiving dinner with Jesus, she’s faced with the difficult reminder that we are to be thankful for everything—even the things that are unpleasant or painful.
Nine lepers are healed from their leprosy by Jesus, but their hearts remain in need of change.
In a fit of Thanksgiving spirit, an everyday guy takes time out from his busy holiday to take a little drive-thru gratitude to the Lord. But when he tries to get the angel Gabriel to help him with the delivery, he repeatedly discovers that it’s a thankless task.
A spin on the old Frankenstein movie, a thankful believer is led to a “torture chamber” by Igor, but cannot be swayed to crack under the pressure. This script is perfect to segue from Halloween/Fall Festival into Thanksgiving.
Betsy and Susie give Willie a lesson in what the Bible says about being grateful.
Rick and Toodie Narraway learn to give thanks “in all things.” Great illustration for a Thanksgiving message/discussion.
A responsive reading praising God for who He is and all He has done for us as we celebrate Thanksgiving.
A script on being thankful in culture of consumption. Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas discuss which is the best holiday on a radio program.
Mrs. Wilfor is busy taking complaints when a person arrives to give an unexpected praise report.
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.
Bob’s writing thank you notes, but totally missing the point. Are we being intentional with our thanks?
William Bradford, transported through time, explains the history and importance of the Mayflower Compact…and the importance of being united. This script is perfect for a Thanksgiving event or even a July 4th celebration at your church.
It’s so easy to be thankful for all of our blessings, but what if we actually put shoes on our gratitude and took it out for a walk?
Stress and worry are timeless – but God meets our needs in miraculous ways. A New Testament-set monologue with a twist.
Rick and Toodie learn to give thanks “in all things.” Great illustration for Thanksgiving or to accompany a message on Gratitude.
A responsive prayer of invitation to the Father as we thank Him for His many blessings.
The character of God and foundation for theology is explained through a simple child’s prayer.
Hosting her first Thanksgiving has Avery in a grocery store panic, until a voice of experience provides a “reality check” about hospitality.
Hannah, a friendly barista, wants to know what the deal is with Christians and Thanksgiving and makes the connection that it’s kind of a Christian holiday without really being a Christian holiday. Perfect to use as a sermon set-up.
Grady has a great illustration for why we should be grateful no matter what.
Gary and Grady take a few minutes to explain why we observe Thanksgiving.
One family stops to count their blessings and as they do, realize that they each have a lot to be thankful for.
This Responsive Reading is a declaration of thanksgiving to God who loves and provides for His people.
It’s Thanksgiving and two turkeys are thankful they didn’t get chosen to grace the table! They are soon joined by some vegetables that are relieved to share the turkeys’ fate and hideout.
When we stop and focus on what we are truly thankful for, we can find joy…even in the midst of a stressful, busy life.
Two families display the contrast between those who choose to be thankful and those who choose not to be.
Three siblings reminisce about being subjected to their long-winded father’s tradition of a heavenly-minded Thanksgiving Toast.
Who knew a giant, talking turkey could have so much wisdom? Take a look at this humorous illustration of what happens when we say the words but miss the actual meaning of Thanksgiving.
Two unfortunately named brothers discuss how we have a knack for overlooking God’s blessings in the most trivial of ways when really, we should be conscious of all the different ways he blesses us.