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  Pilate: Forced To Decide

Easter i-Monologue by

2 pages

by Robert Blaskey.


Pilate is being forced to decide the fate of this man called Jesus. Pilate can find no legal basis to sentence Him to death, and even Pilate's wife urges him to let this "just man" go. Yet, Jesus won't defend himself, and the high priest Caiaphas insists Pilate sentence Jesus to death, or Caiaphas will report Pilate to Rome. It's all political, but there's so much at stake.

  Ponderables

Skit by

26 pages

7 sketches for casts of 2 - 7, male or female.


Parables come to modern life with a special blend of illumination and humor. Meet some strange and wonderful characters like Tim and his obnoxious tongue, Lick, whom he leads around on a leash; two blind men who lead each other and the spiritually blind into a pit; and Fred who wants to join the world's greatest party - if he could only get past the bouncer. Others include Stephen and Jerry who meet in judgment hall and find they have different destinies; a talking book called H.B. that can't seem to get anyone to listen to him; and a farmer with three soils who could care less about growi...

  Potpourri Of Christian Drama

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54 pages

The skits, mimes and monologues/readings in this collection of "anytime" material have been written for easy casting, short rehearsals and


The skits, mimes and monologues/readings in this collection of "anytime" material have been written for easy casting, short rehearsals and maximum impact. Topics covered include missionary boxes; witnessing; the afterlife; cultivating the Christian life; allegorical tales of obedience, power, beauty and teamwork; seeing through God's eyes; and the meaning of God's names. Often, the message is driven home with laughter. Most tales are contemporary (two are set in Biblical times) amd most can be cast with either men or women (several feature many women). Use these sketches at worship serv...

  Ready, Set, Perform!

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0 pages

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 ...

  Seeking Jesus

Resource by Laurel Means

44 pages

44 pages.


These eleven monologues and duets, presented through nine women, tell the emotional events of Jesus’ Crucifixion and the miracle of his foretold Resurrection. Chronologically arranged, they closely follow the Passion story in interweaving the women’s relationships with Jesus and with each other. Each piece, however, may stand alone, whether in a liturgical role during a worship service, or as part of a program. "Seeking Jesus" assists us in seeing these women as individuals. They are mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, disciples – just as women of today. Lengths vary, from 8 to 10-minute m...

  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...