This collection of five Bible-based skits will enhance teen drama ministries throughout the year. Christmas is the perfect time to have "A Chance at a Wonderful Life." But we quickly learn that without Christ our chance for heaven is zero. Or maybe you need a positive "Change of Heart" like Paul did. Do you ever feel like you are on a "Roller Coaster" when you realize how the small decisions you make today will determine your destiny? Learning to work together is quite evident in "Body Parts." Finally, in "The Big Candy Bar" shallow commitments are revealed. This great resource book ...
Here are five Bible story skits that will captivate hearts, and because they are written in rhyme, it is super easy for young children to memorize their parts. Laughter will fill the air when your children perform "Noah's Zoo." At just the right moment, the narrator, perplexed and bewildered, recites, "By the time he was through, Noah had himself a zoo!" In "Daniel and the Friendly Lions," one of the lions stands and declares, "I'm certainly no dummy...This man, Daniel, doesn't belong in my tummy!" They will delight any audience - any day of the year.
A humorous allegory where well-known church weaknesses are diagnosed and cured. The patients are Mrs. Over-sensitive, Madame U.R. Highbrow, Elder Over-pious, Mary Jane Tardy, Mrs. Willing Worker, Ima Gossip, and Sam Wealthy. Good doctors and nurses, with a little surgery, effect some cures.
It's an evening to rival the Oscars, the Tonys and People's Choice awards. It's a star-studded night for the first Golden Halo Awards. Well-known Biblical figures will be honored tonight for their important roles in the history of the Old and New Testaments. The Heavenly Hosts lead the audience through an evening of humor (and a unique reminder of Bible history) with an impressive list of presenters and nominees. Who will win the award for the Bravest Man, Most Notorious Woman or Lifetime Achievement Award? The highlight of the evening is your presentation to your Pastor, Sunday school...
A simple shepherd tells his story of angels and their pronouncement to find the Newborn King. The shepherd finds the stable, and there the Baby Jesus asleep in his mother's arms. The shepherd falls to his knees in reverence and prayer. As he leaves, he remembers his lost lamb and spies it by the manger, also sleeping peacefully.
A mother confides her fears over her son, who is challenged in some way. Will he find friends? Will he make it through school? All parents want their child to grow up to be someone special. She prays she will see her son as God intended him to be and not try to make him into what she thinks he should be.
These scenes and monologues are perfect for an evening of Gospel Theatre in the Chancel or as adjuncts to Sermons or even lessons in Sunday School. They place their characters in the present but the characters talk about their impressions of Jesus and His effect on their lives as if they were there with Him during His Ministry. Explore the feelings and perceptions of ordinary people whose lives have been dramatically changed. Some of them knew God in the wilderness others were healed by Jesus. Some are living today, learning about grace as they face life's tough issues. Two- to seven-m...
Easter comes alive with this dramatic reading, a monologue portraying John at midnight after the Last Supper. He relates how the Master invited him to sit next to Him for the meal, how he wanted to remember seeing Jesus pray in the moonlight, and finally how He stopped the bleeding from the guard's severed ear. But now the soldiers have taken Him, and in his heart John is afraid. He is a weak man, and he fears for Jesus.
Joseph, fearful and overwhelmed, struggles to get Mary to Bethlehem safely. There, his faith is renewed. He says, "I didn't know why His real Father chose for Him to be born in such a humble manner, but I knew it was my responsibility to take care of Him. At that moment, I knew that I would be able to do the job. It would be difficult, but I would never be doing it alone."
Judas admits he has betrayed Jesus and now Judas has misgivings. Jesus, he says, seemed to have "an aura of majesty about Him, an aura of hope, of salvation." Judas confesses, "At this moment I was not sure I was doing the right thing, and my legs were urging me to run away from this place and undo everything I'd done!"