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  Under His Direction

Skit by Cheris Gaston

44 pages

3 - 12 actors per sketch


If you're looking for attention-getting drama to lead your group to a higher level of spiritual maturity, this is it. With a very creative twist, here's a powerful collection of both funny and serious sketches dealing with many issues that God's people face: temptation, service, gossip, attitude, a personal relationship with God, burn-out, and much more. The sketches are as convicting as they are entertaining. At the conclusion of each, all will know that the best answers to life's problems can only be found Under His Direction. These sketches are great for y...

  Up, Up And Compete

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0 pages

Flexible cast


Had trouble finding competition pieces for your teens? Whether for Christian school fine arts competition or state-wide church competition, this award-winning collection is for you! Included are eight monologues and seven speeches. The monologues are nicely divided among male, female, or non-gender specific actors. Titles include "Malchus," "Where Are Thy Accusers," "Peter," "A Good Samaritan," "Simeon," "Vashti," "A Stranger in a Stranger Land," and the poetic "Loving Hands." The speeches, none of which are gender specific, include such titles as "The Lie," "Fishing," "The Sins of the...

  Your Christianity Is Showing!

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30 pages

Here's a collection of eight hilarious sketches which look at Christianity from a different point of view. The sketches are designed to mak


Here's a collection of eight hilarious sketches which look at Christianity from a different point of view. The sketches are designed to make your audience laugh out loud, and at the same time look inwardly at themselves. Discover what happens when we really "fall into sin"; when men and women have their roles reversed in marriage; or when a gift of a Bible is presented without any strings attached. This collection is funny, entertaining and thought-provoking for all ages and groups. The skits range from 1 to 5 performers.

  Ready, Set, Perform!

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These nine award-winning skits are perfect for children and teens. Younger actors will love the humorous skits "You Can't Throw Fits About


These nine award-winning skits are perfect for children and teens. Younger actors will love the humorous skits "You Can't Throw Fits About Church," "Jesus, Math and Cookies," "A Day in God's Army," and "An Interview With Noah." They require from two to four actors each. The other five skits, for 2 to 7 teen actors, cover more mature subjects. Some titles include: "Is Any Heart a Bargain?" and "An Argument With God." Another skit, a sinner's gut-wrenching "The Road to the Cross," is about the love of Christian friends. "At the Foot of the Cross" and "The Trial" can also be performed a...

  Run The Race, Win The Prize

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48 pages

10 sketches for teens and adults.


Are you a person who loves sports and competitions? Then you will have a blast performing these ten skits! Biblical characters and truths are put into a new, entertaining light by telling their story as a sporting event or some type of competition. Run, swim and bike with "Wrong-way Jonah" in a triathlon that finally gets him to Ninevah. Or learn how to be a great fisherman, a soul-winner, in "Fishers of Men." Your congregation will enjoy watching the game show "Built to Last," which demonstrates the importance of a firm foundation in Christ. In another skit Coach Jethro points out to ...

  Seven Deadly Skits

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35 pages

Performance time: 5 to 15 minutes each.


The Seven Deadly Sins: Pride, Anger, Envy, Greed, Sloth, Gluttony, and Lust. These sins plague all mankind - even our teenagers. Each skit in this collection explores one of the seven deadly sins from the perspective of today's high school students. With as few as 2 males/3 females or as many as 7 males/13 females, these skits can be performed individually or collectively. Use one at a time for weekly youth meetings or combine with connecting narration to fill an evening. These are great discussion starters for youth leaders, but work equally well as stand-alone thought provokers...