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A game show that presents hard-to-believe facts leads us to think about the bizarre reality of the story of Jesus' death and resurrection.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

In this New Year's script, two people reflect on the goodness of God. They vow to remember what they thought they knew and what they now know in the year to come.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

As Joseph searches for work after settling in Egypt, he reflects on the ways God provided for him and Mary as they fled Nazareth.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

In this Christmas monologue, Joseph talks to God about his doubts and fears to be the father of a King. He questions God's plan for his life, but ultimately surrenders to God's will. Includes an mp3 of the soundtrack from the video version.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

God visits Abraham and Sarah to give them new names and to announce that they will have a baby. They are beside themselves with laughter, unsure that it can be true, but ultimately choose to believe that nothing is impossible for God.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

As Cam prepares to take her infant son for immunizations, she fears for the pain he will experience, and the pain she'll feel as a result. God reminds Cam that her love for her son is a lot like the love and care God has for her.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

In this funny skit, a married couple discovers that becoming new parents is overwhelming, scary, and potentially a bit messy. But they trust that God will help them figure it all out.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

Lefty and Righty are two feet trying to follow Jesus in this script. Despite not knowing what they’re walking into, they decide to obey His call and go where He is leading.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

In this script, perfect for New Year's (or even the start of a new school year), four people make commitments that they intend to follow through on, while acknowledging their need for God to help them.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 3

Rick and Toodie Narraway (Ask for Directions) learn to give thanks “in all things.” Great illustration for a Thanksgiving message/discussion.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 6

In this lighthearted play, a young girl pulls her family together on Christmas Eve to put on an impromptu play. When Olivia feels the play turned into a disaster, her dad reminds her of how messy the first Christmas was, but that God uses messes to do amazing things.

Actors: 11 Minutes: 15

In this skit, packed with humor and depth, Tommy and Eddie dig into what the Serenity Prayer is all about. As one man prays the prayer, God challenges him to understand what the words actually mean, and to actually mean the words he says.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 10

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.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied - in this case, from their worries. (Note: The Untie the Donkey skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.)

Actors: 5 Minutes: 4

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys have refused to be untied—from their busyness, their comfort, their pride, or their worries. At last they meet the donkey who is right for the Lord’s purpose: the one that is willing to be freed from his Sin. (Note: The Untie the Donkey skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday. If done as a series, this would be the final episode.)

Actors: 4 Minutes: 3