Black History Month Skits

Black History Month Skits

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23 skits found


1.
Call to Worship - Drama

A group of slaves have escaped temporarily into the deep woods, out of ear-shot of their plantation owners, in order to worship the Lord in their own ways and styles.  But one young girl doesn't understand why they should gather to praise at all, asking "What has God done for us?"  Through the words and music (optional) of the others, she begins to see just how important this "church" really is and she comes to realize that no matter what it shows to the world on the outside, God can set her free on the inside.

Themes: Black History; worship during slavery times; worship/praise during times of hardship
Characters: 10 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Color My World - Comedy

 Jen and Casey are two youngsters who find playing games with just two people isn't that much fun, especially games like "tag" and "red rover." They are thrilled to hear more kids are on their way to play, however, they change their tune once they see them: one boy has a green face, another wears bright blue eye shadow, a girl is bright pink and has feathers in place of hair, and two kids have heads in the shape of a cone, not to mention one of them is orange! With such a "weird" mix, Jen and Casey decide there's no way they can play with these people. "They're not normal!" But when an adult friend points out God made us all different for a reason and that being different is necessarily a bad thing, the kids begin to see their new-found friends in a whole new light. They begin to explore the uniqueness of each of God's creations, as well as discover that "deep down we're really not all that different. We all have the same needs and wants." Told with humor, this skit points out that diversity is all a part of God's plan, and that you can't always judge people by what's on the outside.

Themes: Diversity; Black History; each person is unique and special; how people are alike; how people are different; picking on others because they are different
Characters: 9 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Color My World at School - Comedy

Jen and Casey are two youngsters who find playing games with just two people isn't that much fun, especially games like "tag" and "red rover." They are thrilled to hear more kids are on their way to play, however, they change their tune once they see them: one boy has a green face, another wears bright blue eye shadow, a girl is bright pink and has feathers in place of hair, and two kids have heads in the shape of a cone, not to mention one of them is orange! With such a "weird" mix, Jen and Casey decide there's no way they can play with these people.  "They're not normal!" But when an adult friend points out that we are all made differently for a reason and that being different isn't necessarily a bad thing, the kids begin to see their new-found friends in a whole new light. They begin to explore the uniqueness of each other, as well as discover that "deep down we're really not all that different.  We all have the same needs and wants."  Told with humor, this skit points out that diversity is all a part of the "big picture," and that you can't always judge people by what's on the outside.

Themes: Diversity; Black History; each person is unique and special; how people are alike; how people are different; picking on others because they are different
Characters: 9 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Dreams Begin with Dreamers - Comedy/Drama

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." --Eleanor Roosevelt   This skit is about how famous African Americans overcame the age-old addage "You can't," and turned their dreams into realities. From humble beginnings, people like Madame CJ Walker, George Washington Carver, Sidney Poitier and Mohammed Ali, all had a dream: to make a better life for thelmselves and to follow their passions. Because of the dreams of Martin Luther King Jr., it paved the way for the Michael Jackson's, Whitney Houston's and Mae Jemison's (first black woman in space) of the world.  Without dreams, there is no hope.  Using the lives of those mentioned previously, this skit shows how the dreams of each individual came true and the impact they had on our world today, as well as challenges the audience to dream their own dreams and see them through to fruition.

Themes: Black History; dreaming big; fulfilling your dreams; how the people in history paved the way for the future
Characters: 17 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Fulfillment - Drama

Barack and Michelle Obama are enjoying a hot cup of coffee, reminiscing of their election to the White House.  Talk leads to Martin Luther King Jr. and how he and his wife helped pave the way to their success.  Barack makes an innocent remark, wishing Mr. King was around to see how far this nation has come. Suddenly, "Poof!" in walks Martin and Coretta King, to which Barack and Michelle respond by fainting.  When the presidential couple "comes to" they begin a conversation with the Kings, telling them of how they were influential in their road to the White House.  Martin is thrilled to learn the Obamas are the fulfillment of his life long dream, and quite pleased to discover Barack has a dream of his own.

Themes: The Obamas meet the Kings, the accomplishments of Martin Luther and Coretta King, how the Kings paved the way for African Americans--including Barack and Michelle Obama, how Martin Luther's dream was fulfilled in Barack Obama, what a conversation between the Obamas and the Kings would be like
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Generations - Drama

The skit opens in the year 1685, where we find an African American mother and daughter cleaning and folding clothes.  The daughter poses the question to her mother, "Haven't you ever dreamed of being free?" This sparks a short dialogue with the mother telling her daughter not to even speak of things such as that.  The daughter is told that slavery has become their way of life and that it will never change, dashing any hopes the daughter may have for herself, her children or her grandchildren to ever be free.  The skit then switches to the narrator who briefly tells of the 13th Amendment and how in 1865 slavery was abolished.  The skit highlights various topics throughout history--freedom and slavery, being able to vote, go to college, act in movies or t.v. etc.  At each interval the characters are told "It will never happen."  The voice of the narrator then tells how each one of those things did eventually happen, highlighting the various people in history who made the events a reality.

Themes: Changes in Black history over the years, how far the African American culture has come over the years, the idea that African Americans had very little rights or opportunities many years ago, but now are free to do anything they desire and have many opportunities before them. spotlight on several important black history makers
Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Going Under - Drama

When Franklin, a slave, is beaten for a minor incident and then set to be sold and separated from his family, he enlists the help of a "Conductor" in the Underground Railroad to help them all escape.  Along the journey, we meet people like Harriet Tubman, who helped over 70 slaves escape in her lifetime, and William Still, who was born free and was educated just as any white man.  While the story is told in "real time" (the audience watches the story unfold) a Narrator helps fill in small tidbits of information in appropriate places.  This skit reminds us all of the wickedness and perils of slavery and then the awe and inspiration that comes with freedom. 

Themes: Black History, The Underground Railroad, Slavery, Freedom, Harriet Tubman, William Still
Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Hair We Go Again - Comedy

When Sarah Breedlove's hair starts falling out and developing red, flaky patches, she decides to develop a new hair care formula, which was given to her in a dream.  She doesn't think it sounds too crazy but her sister Louvinia (Lou) and her husband, Charles Walker, aren't so sure.  Arguing that Sarah can barely read and knows nothing about hair products, Lou and Charles try to dissuade her.  However, Sarah doesn't give up that easily.  She knows she was given the hair formula for a reason and figures if she can change her name to something that sounds more official, people will listen to her and buy her products.  In the end, she says goodbye to Sarah Breedlove and hello to Madam C.J. Walker.  And the rest, as they say, is history.

Themes: Black History; Madam C.J. Walker; Black inventors
Characters: 3 Length: 4-5 minutes
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9.
I Have a Dream - Drama

What if Martin Luther King had the choice to decline his destiny?  This skit reinforces the large contribution Martin Luther made to American history by toying with the idea that after discovering what happens to his future self, he may choose an alternate life.  It all begins with a simple prayer of what direction his life should take.  Immediately, the forces of Good and Evil are on the case.  Evil shows up to try to convince Martin that his young death was tragic and could have been avoided if he had chosen another path. At the same time, Good points out the world would not be the same without his involvement and contribution, and that even though his death, while tragic, was for the greater good of mankind.  In the end, Martin must choose his destiny.  Evil says, "It only takes one wrong decision,"  but Good, knowing the character of Martin Luther King is confident he will choose wisely.   

Themes: Martin Luther King, the accomplishments Martin Luther King made in history, what if Martin Luther had not chosen to fulfill his destiny, how life would have been different if Martin Luther had not been a leader in our nation
Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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10.
Invention Connection - Comedy

Keesha and Marcus are siblings who both have presentations to do.  Marcus wants to focus on famous African American athletes but Keesha thinks that subject has been "done to death!" She thinks her topic of "black inventors" is much more interesting but Marcus thinks it's "Borrring!"  So, with the help of her new computer and the very attractive search engine, Hot Bot, Keesha sets out to prove that the world would not be the same without these courageous and intelligent inventors.  Appearances made by: George Washington Carver (peanuts & more), John Standard (refrigerator), Alice Parker (heating furnace), Frederick Jones (air conditioning), Charles Drew (blood transfusions & blood banks), Daniel Williams (open heart surgery), Henry T. Sampson (gamma electric cell), and Thomas Elkins (the toilet).  Other inventors are also mentioned by name.

Themes: Famous black inventors, black history awareness, life would be different without African American influence
Characters: 11 Length: 13-15 minutes
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11.
Name that Contributor - Comedy

Rodney and Racine's mom feels her kids don't know enough about their African American heritage, which becomes apparent when her son thinks that "heritage" has something to do with "hair extensions."   So, Mom creates a plan to help Rodney and Racine "study"  by bringing in four friends to help her out. Mom tells the kids that each person represents an important contributor to Black History.  Each person then gives various clues about his or her self, and if Rodney and Racine can correctly guess the name of each person, they can earn various prizes, such as extra dessert, a bonus in their allowance or no chores for the week.  But things don't look good for Rodney when he think's one of Alex Hailey's famous book characters was George Bush. 

Important contributors mentioned in this skit are Alex Hailey, Sojourner Truth, Bille Holiday, and Booker T. Washington. 

Themes: Black History; famous contributors to Black History; African American heritage; historical figures; Alex Hailey; Sojourner Truth; Billie Holiday; Booker T. Washington
Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Night Watch - Drama

On New Year's Eve, 1863, a group of young people gather inside a church to pray and speculate as to whether or not President Lincoln will sign the much anticipated Emancipation Proclamation.  While three of the teens are hopeful, three are not. Towards the end of the skit, an appearance is made by President Abraham Lincoln himself, giving a short narration on the details of his afternoon, leading up to signing this very important piece of historical documentation. 

Themes: Black History, Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation
Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Peanut Gallery - Comedy

Mrs. K wants to do something a little different with her class, so she sends them on a scavenger hunt to find clues about peanuts and the "Father of the Peanut Industry," George Washington Carver.

Themes: George Washington Carver; peanuts; Black History
Characters: 10 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Persevere - Comedy/Drama

President Obama is feeling down: his health care reform hasn't gone as he had hoped and his approval rating is low.  While talking with First Lady, Michelle, Barack begins to question whether or not he should have ever run for a second term.  On some days, he would like to go back to being a "normal" person again. Michelle tries to convince him that change takes time and that he is exactly where he needs to be right now.  Unconvinced, Michelle wishes that Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr. were here to talk some sense into her husband.  After all, she tells Barack, "where would the world be today if they had given up during hard times?" Suddenly, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr. are standing in the same room, causing Mr & Mrs Obama to faint.  When the President comes to, he embarks on a conversation about perseverance and fighting for what you believe in, with two of history's greatest leaders. This skit is about hope in the face of struggle, and standing up to fight for what is right, no matter what current situation you are in. 

Themes: Black History; President Obama; Martin Luther King Jr.; Nelson Mandela; persevering through difficult times
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Reminiscing - Monologue

Three famous African American icons of yesterday and today (Ella Fitzgerald, Jesse Owens, Oprah Winfrey) take the stage one at a time.  In three brief monologues, each character reflects on the struggles and accomplishments of his/her life.  At the end of each monologue, the character asks "Who Am I?", encouraging audience participation if desired.  If no audience participation is desired, the character identifies his/her self and exits the stage.  When all three monologues have been completed, a fourth character, Morgan Freeman, takes the stage and briefly re-emphasizes the notion that "those who came before have paved the way for those of today."  Names such as Martin Luther King Jr., Harriet Tubman, Malcolm X, Rosa Parker etc. are briefly mentioned. 

Themes: Black History; Ella Fitzgerald; Jesse Owens; Oprah Winfrey; famous African American icons; how past generations paved the way for future generations; how the past influences the present; remembering those who have come before us; African American trivia
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Symbols of Freedom - Drama

Various voices in black history share their pieces of the civil rights "puzzle." Written for elementary age children this simple skit shows how important voices from the past and present have influenced our nation.  Characters include: Harriet Tubman, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta King, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Colin Powell, Oprah Winfrey and Barack Obama.

Themes: Famous African American people throughout history, the past influencing the present and the future, Black history awareness, heritage, symbols of freedom through history
Characters: 10 Length: 3-5 minutes
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The Future is History - Comedy

When Eli catches his sister and her friend in an African American inspired dance, he and his buddies think the girls have lost their minds. But through innocent teasing and a "know it all attitude," the boys soon learn they didn't know as much about their own heritage as they think they did.  The girls end up teaching them a history lesson they won't soon forget!

Themes: Black history awareness, other cultures, heritage, the past influencing the present and the future, famous African American people throughout history, studying other cultures or your own heritage can be fun
Characters: 5 Length: 5-10 minutes
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The Seat of her Pants - Comedy

When it comes to writing about black historical figures, Shondra has an edge: her grandmother knew Rosa Parks.  It came as no surprise then, when Shondra and her friend, Jackie were asked to write about an event in black history, they chose the story of Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a bus.  

Themes: Rosa Parks, black history, civil rights, segregation
Characters: 12 Length: 8-10 minutes
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The Witnesses - Drama

April 4, 1968 was a tragic and historic day in our history, marking the end of Martin Luther King Jr's life.  Told through the eyes of the witnesses who were there on the day he died, this skit depicts the humanity of one of our country's greatest leaders. Plagued with death threats, bomb scares and even a physical stabbing, Dr. King often contemplated giving up his dream for a more "normal" life.  He even predicted he would not live to see his 40th birthday. See what took place on that fateful day in Memphis as told by the men who were there to witness it: Jesse Jackson, Billy Kyles, Ralph Abernathy, James  Bevel, Andrew Young, and James Orange.  Then see how Dr. King's dream lives on in each of us, and why Rev. Billy Kyles believes God put him there to witness such a tragic event. 

Told by using actual events, this skit will transport you to that tragic day in Memphis and give you a glimpse into the real life and death of Martin Luther King Jr. (Includes a brief transcript of the "I've Been to the Mountain Top" speech.)

Themes: Black History; Martin Luther King Jr Day
Characters: 8 Length: 8-10 minutes
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This Means War - Comedy/Drama

Teenagers Ike and Jetta are forced to spend some time in a Civil War museum because their parents feel they need to experience more history.  Little did they know, they would soon be experiencing it in a most unusual way, when the statues in the room come to life! Soon, Civil War soldiers and spies are sharing their "war" stories and Ike and Jetta find out what it was really like to be an African American soldier back in the 1800's.  Stories include those of: Robert Smalls (captain of the steamer ship, the Planter, who escaped to help the Union; Andre Cailloux, the 1st African American war hero who helped change the views of black soldiers; William Carney, who despite being shot 4 times, would not let the American flag fall during battle; Cathy Williams, the first documented African American woman soldier; C-Fed, a conglomeration of all the African American soldiers who fought for the Confederacy; and Harriet Tubman and Mary Elizabeth Bowser, who were spies for the Union.

Themes: Black History; Civil War; roles of soldiers in the Civil War; roles of women in the Civil War; conditions for African Americans during the Civil War
Characters: 9 Length: 10-12 minutes
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Thrill Ride - Comedy/Drama

A group of kids are sitting around listening to Michael Jackson's Thriller song, when some friends come in and imply that Michael Jackson is old news and that other entertainers are more current and "hot." A discussion then ensues about all the contributions Michael made to music and the entertainment industry, as well as the awareness he raised to various causes around the world.  Also, in a fun "spoof" the kids wonder what life would have been like for Michael had he chosen another profession.  For example, as a chef, Michael was asked what he was going to do with the egg he just cracked.  His response?  "Just beat it, beat it, beat it.  Just beat it." 

This skit offers a lighthearted look and remembrance of one of our generations greatest entertainers.

Themes: Black History, Michael Jackson, the impact we have on people's lives and in the world, humanitarianism
Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Unforgettable O - Comedy

When Oprah's staff wants to surprise her with a special "tribute" show, they end up taking a trip down memory lane, remembering highlights from various past shows.  Alhtough a few are ficticious, the majority of the highlights in this skit are real, including references to Tom Cruise (jumping on the couch), Dr. Oz (and the human intestines), Tina Turner (dancing on stage with Oprah), Gayle King (and the adventure road trip), Mary Tyler Moore (showing up to surprise Oprah), Diana Ross (when Oprah dressed up like her), and several others.

This is a fun skit teens would enjoy performing, and a simple way to pay tribute to the life work of Oprah. 



Themes: Black History; Oprah Winfrey
Characters: 12 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Use Me Up - Drama

"When Oprah Gail Winfrey was born to unwed parents in a samll town in Mississippi, the world didn't take much notice.  No one could have predicted that a small, poor, black girl would grow up to be one of the richest, most powerful and influential women in history." 

And so begins this skit, a tribute to Oprah Winfrey and the contributions to the world she has had made throughout her lifetime.  This skit takes you through 3 "scenes" in Oprah's life.  The first is when Oprah was 6 years old,  preparing to "preach" in her Grandma's church.  Though life on the farm with her Grandma was primitive, (there was no running water or electricity) Little Oprah was happy, reading and reciting poetry and scriptures.  But her world is about to change, as she finds out when a teenage version of herself shows up to "warn" her about events to come. It seems that in "not so distant years," events will change Oprah's happy childhood into one filled with hurt, anger and rebellion.  "But," says Teen Oprah, "the darkenss won't last forever, and you will survive.  Just remember, God is watching over you." The scene then changes to an angry teenage Oprah who wonders how God could allow such atrocities to happen to her.  Just as she is shouting her wrath at God for abandoning her, an adult version of Oprah in her 50's appears to tell her not to give up, and that help is on the way--her life is about to change once more.  Adult Oprah shares just a hint of what is on the way for this teen girl, giving her enough courage to face another day:  "One day the sun will shine on you so brightly, you will feel its warmth with you wherever you go."  The scene changes one last time, as Adult Oprah now comes face to face with the elderly version of herself at age 92.  Just when Oprah thinks she has finally been "used up," she is informed that even at age 92, there is still work to be done. 

By Oprah's own admission, she prayed a prayer at one time in her life:  "God, use me until I'm all used up."  This skit emphasizes that theme, and in the end, based on the successes and accomplishments Oprah as achieved, ponders the idea, "What would happen in our own lives, and in our world, if we ALL prayed such a prayer?"

Themes: Black History; Oprah Winfrey; God's plans for our lives; God can use you no matter what your station in life; Prayer; How one person can make a difference in the world
Characters: 7 Length: 12-15 minutes
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Back to School
(2 Skits) 
The Transformation StationKids learn how to be spiritually transformed
Back To SchoolThe disciples go back to school
Harvest Themes
(4 Skits) 
Seeds of the HarvestSeeds who won't wait to be planted properly
Harvest MooPlants and animals argue over their importance
A Harvest TaleReaping what you sow
The HarvestMuch work to be done but few workers
Pastor Appreciation
(3 Skits) 
Jack of All TradesA seminary student job shadows a pastor for a day
Search CommitteeOld Testament folks search for a new pastor
I've Got a SecretAll the things pastors do
Halloween
(5 Skits) 
Deception at my DoorA group of evil spirits invade a woman's home
Garbage In, Garbage OutWhat goes in your mind comes out in your actions
The Devil Ain't Happy with this HalloweenUsing Halloween for God
Trick or TreatFinding alternatives to Halloween
Fear Pays A VisitHow fear invades & destroys our lives
Thanksgiving/ Blessings
(12 Skits) 
Enter Into His GatesA fun take on thankfulness and Psalm 100
Ingratitude SyndromeA man is diagnosed with negativity and ingratitude
Glory RocksSeveral kids sit around complaining
Thanksgiving StuffingBeing hungry for God's word
Thanksgiving PoliceBeing thankful in all things big or small
A Thankful Heart WishA girl learns to be thankful
Doubly BlessedGiving and receiving blessings
Fill My CupBlessings from God
A Grateful HeartDeveloping an attitude of thankfulness
Hark on the ArkThankfulness on the ark
Showers of BlessingsBlessings from God are misinterpreted
Way Down in my HeartTrue joy
Christmas
(17 Skits) 
Reporting from BethlehemA reporter tries to get the scoop on baby Jesus
A Modern Day BirthWhat if Jesus had been born in today's world?
The Christmas AdditionTraditions clash when old decor meets the nativity
Operation GrinchTeens learn Christmas isn't just about presents
The Ginger Man's ChristmasA gingerbread man comes to life & spreads cheer.
Gathering of AngelsAngels need to tell humans about Jesus birth
If There Was No JesusWhat if Jesus was never born
Love is the Greatest GiftHoliday characters learn why love is the best gift
Room with a ViewJesus birth from the animal's perspective
A Manger SceneThe traditional story told with a bit of humor
The Greatest Gift of AllThe real reason for Christmas
The Popularity ContestIs there room for Santa and Jesus?
Christ in ChristmasActivities done in the spirit of Christmas
Hark on the ArkThankfulness on the ark
Shine OnJesus Light Shining in us
I'm So BlueBeing special in God's eyes
Traditional ValuesCompromise and uniting as one
Christian Living
(59 Skits) 
A Shining StarBeing a good witness and shining like the stars
Trust Then ObeyA child in a family hears God's voice
Working Until Jesus ComesA girl learns what it means to work for Jesus
The Transformation StationKids learn how to be spiritually transformed
A Cleansing BaptismTwo kids discuss the idea of baptism
Serve to Win the PrizeKids learn about serving God
Glory RocksSeveral kids sit around complaining
A Pirates Treasure ModifiedThe hidden treasure of God's Son and His word
Pearls of WisdomFairy tale characters learn about self-worth
No Weapon FormedNo weapon formed will prosper
Old Testament ReunionCharacters from the Old Testament reunite
Pretty Woman at the WellMelodrama about the woman at the well
A Special BouquetA young man sees himself as a dandelion
My Will or YoursThree women wrestle with doing the will of God
I am a SurvivorPeople are trapped on a tropical island
Beautiful YouTwo women have a distorted view of beauty.
Removing the MaskCouples hide behind masks to conceal truth
Modern Day MosesGod gets Moses attention at Home Depot
The CureTwo doctors find the cure to healing past wounds
Mission PossibleTeens try to avoid service projects
When No One is WatchingTreating others with kindness
Baggage ClaimA woman carries baggage from her past
The FallenA couple argues publicly
Fight for CommunicationTeens and Parents seek to communicate properly
Fight for PurityA girl stands up to her inappropriate boyfriend
Fight for FaithTwo opponents take on Satan in a fight for faith
Ring of ValueThings in life worth fighting for
The Empty ChairHow newcomers view the church
Leggo the LingoChanges in communication
The Greatness of GodQualities of God
Lay Your Burden DownGive your problems to Jesus
All You NeedJesus is all we need in life
Amazing GraceGod's grace
Forces of EvilWhy God allows evil
Dear JesusThe difference Jesus makes in our lives
Tree of LifeFacing fear
God in a BoxRestrictions we place on God
Lasso of TruthTruth and lies
Ride the WaveBeing Prepared
The Solid RockTruth can set you free
Catch a WaveMisunderstandings and miscommunications
Fight for Your LifeConsequences of right and wrong
This is Your LifeRewards in heaven & earthly works
The Butterfly EffectSpiritual Transformation
The Little PrincessOur uniqueness in God
Way Down in my HeartTrue joy
Stolen MomentsA different perspective on stealing
Through the WringerCleansing of sins
Deep in my HeartTrue joy
The ProdigalHealing emotional pain
Pass the FruitFruit of the Spirit
Spud BowlPersonality Conflict
TatervillePersonality Conflict
Heaven Help UsWhat kind of people are in Heaven
Who Do You TrustMaking wise decisions
What's the DifferenceSatan's influence in our life
More to this LifeFinding meaning in life
Let Us PrayPrayer
All Talk AdultDangers of gossip
Women's Ministry
(37 Skits) Issues women face
A Shining StarBeing a good witness and shining like the stars
Through the YearsTwo friends reminisce about their friendship
Pearls of WisdomFairy tale characters learn about self-worth
When I Was LittleFour generations of women share memories
Pretty Woman at the WellMelodrama about the woman at the well
My Will or YoursThree women wrestle with doing the will of God
Beautiful YouTwo women have a distorted view of beauty.
Flower PowerWilting flowers find refuge in a Garden Paradise
The CureTwo doctors find the cure to healing past wounds
Baggage ClaimA woman carries baggage from her past
And Then There Were ThreeCelebrating women's friendship
The Family QuiltCamparisons of a quilt to a family
Stepping OutStepping out of comfort zones
Mommy Training CampA man wants to enroll in a training camp for moms
These Shoes Were Made for WalkingThe Walk of Life
Doubly BlessedGiving and receiving blessings
Fill My CupBlessings from God
Stepping StonesWomen in fellowship with one another
All You NeedJesus is all we need in life
Cruisin' and Losin'To have a friend you need to be a friend
FootprintsWitnessing/Being an example to others
Loyal to the EndFriendship and loyalty
A Grateful HeartDeveloping an attitude of thankfulness
Loyal FriendsFriendship and loyalty
Face Your GiantHandling difficult situations
Showers of BlessingsBlessings from God are misinterpreted
Spring Has SprungSpiritual Spring Cleaning
The Butterfly EffectSpiritual Transformation
Goodness and GraceMisunderstanding of God's grace
Way Down in my HeartTrue joy
Skeletons in the ClosetSecret Sin
Through the WringerCleansing of sins
911Losing your identity after having children
HatsThe roles of motherhood
A Friend IndeedTo have a friend you need to be a friend
Mirror, MirrorThe way we see ourselves
Working it OutSelf-esteem