5 m, 6 w, 1 flexible.
Several people who come back from Heaven to tell others about their lives on Earth, and the changes they experienced through God's love and grace. The stories tell of the spirit of forgiveness and salvation that the Lord offers all of us. As Penny says, "Remember, there's a celebration at the end of the road. And it goes on forever." About 70 minutes.
2 m, 2 w or 8 m, 8 w
All four of the these plays involve a woman and man who are strangers to each other until happenstance causes them to meet in a confined space. Through self-disclosure their lives touch and perhaps change. Each play uses the stage “gimmick” of being able to hear the characters’ thoughts as well as their spoken words. Although the themes are on the serious side there is much humor. In "Ducks At Thirty-Five Thousand," a young man who is planning a suicide and a young woman who is planning an abortion meet on an airliner. As he finally reveals his plan, her reac...
Script: 52 pages.
Nine or more readers (1 narrator, 2 men, 2 women, 2 girls, 2 boys)
These 20 monologues are intended to minister to the needs of people today in a dramatic context. Built around a Biblical character, incident, or parable, seven of the monologues cover specific holidays while the rest can be used anytime. Each one arouses thoughts and feelings that will either minister to the listener or cause that person to be more sensitive to other people's problems and be Christ's hand extended to them. Effective with sermons or in other settings, too. Use to minister, entertain, and inspire!