Especially for Kids Skits

Especially for Kids Skits

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1.
A Cleansing Baptism - Comedy

When Matt and Polly are looking for something to do, Polly suggests playing "baptism."  When Matt is hesitant, Polly assumes Matt doesn't know what baptism is, since he seems to have a problem paying complete attention in Sunday School.  From there a discussion ensues about what the significance of baptism really is, and why it seems crucial to use water, instaed of Matt's Pepsi suggestion.

Themes: Baptism, children and baptism, the cleansing power of water
Characters: 2 Length: 4-5 minutes
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A Harvest Tale - Comedy

Written in light-hearted rhyme, this "fable" type skit openly shows the concept of "reaping what you sow."  A mother has 3 children who like to play and laugh but when it comes to work, only one of them sees the benefits of balancing work and play.  The other two like to complain and whine, while at the same time receiving all the benefits of someone else's hard labor. When economic times get tough and putting food on the table becomes even harder, a wise mother gets an idea: she tells each of her children to plant seeds in a garden and nurture it and watch it grow.  But, she warns: they will reap whatever they sow.

Themes: Reaping what you sow; fruits of your labor; people want reward without work; "good deeds" & blessings; laziness; rewarding hard work
Characters: 5 Length: 3-5 minutes
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A Thankful Heart Wish - Comedy

When Molly wishes for a thankful heart, she didn't expect a guy dressed like a big, red heart to show up and follow her around.  Now, at every turn she finds the "thankful heart" correcting her negativity and pointing out the finer aspects of what it means to be thankful.  Molly never realized how much negativity she carried with her and now that it continues to be pointed out to her, she's regretting her initial wish.  In the end, Molly finally understands how to be thankful, no matter what, and she even becomes grateful for her thankful heart.

Themes: Thankfulness, being grateful, perspective, having an attitude/heart of thankfulness, negativity
Characters: 6 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Amazin Creation - Comedy

After six days of creating the world, God is trying to rest on the seventh day, which proves impossible with all the yelling and arguing that is going on amongst the very creations He just completed.  It seems each part of creation feels they are more important than the others, and they want God to decide once and for all who can claim the title of "most superior." Since God isn't getting any rest anyway, He agrees to hear them out. Up first is Sun and Moon, also speaking on behalf of Light and Darkness.  Sun feels her "side" is superior because God created Light first, and also made the Sun the "brighter" light. Moon argues that even though he may not be as bright as Sun, Darkness was actually around before Light, and that without the Moon's gravitational pull, the Earth would spin off its axis. Therefore, Moon feels his "side" must be more important and superior.  Meanwhile, Tree feels that all plant life in general is the most important part of creation because without the possibility of fruit and vegetables to eat, mankind would die. Dog feels that the animals and all living creatures are the best part of God's creation because they are what make the Earth more fun and interesting.  Even Adam and Eve get in on the discussion: Adam says that since God made him first and put him in charge over the Earth, he has to be the most superior part of creation. However, Eve argues that God had to make her since Adam couldn't handle everything by himself, and that God didn't feel the need to create any more people after making her, because He found perfection in her.  So Eve feels she deserves to be named more important than the other parts of creation. But God doesn't agree.  He explains how they are all like puzzle pieces and that He created them to work and depend on each other--no one person being more important than the other.

 

Themes: God's creation; working together; people need each other; we are all the same in God's eyes; creation of the world
Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Big and Small He Loves Us All - Comedy

Andi has had a bad day: she dumped spaghetti on a classmate's head; spilled paint on her pants during art class; set her hair on fire; and accidentally knocked over her teacher's marble collection.  She thinks she's a loser, with a capital "L!" When her friend, BJ, tries to convince her she's not a loser Andi doesn't believe her.  So, God is forced to take drastic measures to prove otherwise: He sends a ladybug named Red to talk to Andi.  Through the eyes of a ladybug, Red convinces Andi that if God took such care in creating such a small creature, God must care even more about Andi. Finally, Andi learns the true meaning of "God made all creatures big and small and He loves us all."

Themes: God's love; God cares about all of His creations; seeing ourselves through God's eyes; we're all special and unique
Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Built to Last - Comedy

Deb is happily working at her construction site when she hears booming voice speak to her.  At first she thinks it's her hammer but quickly realizes it's the voice of God.  Deb, still not completely convinced about the identity of the "voice," becomes convinced when God appears to her with a special request.  It seems God wants to use her construction "know how" to build up children, by teaching them ideals such as honesty, respect and the difference between right and wrong. Deb isn't sure she's the right person for the job, but God promises he will give her all the "tools" she'll need.

Themes: Building character in children; listening to God's call; being open to new possibilities
Characters: 2 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Codes of the Old West - Comedy

Billy, who likes to be known as Billy the Kid, is very excited to be at The Wild Stallion Cowboy Camp.  He thinks all there is to being a cowboy is "ridin' and shootin'.  His sister, Jill, has no aspirations of being a cowgirl but has been sent to keep an eye on her brother, who seems to have a knack for getting into trouble.  Throughout the series Billy learns there's more to being a cowboy than he originally thought and begins to learn why the codes of the old west are so important. 

Part 1:  We meet the new "campers" and learn the first code of the old west: "Never pass a stranger on the trail without saying "howdy."  Based on the  Good Samaritan.

1. Billy:  A wanna be cowboy who's only goal is to "shoot" as many things as possible
2. Jill: Billy's sister who'd rather be doing just about anything than attending a cowboy camp with her brother
3. Don: A sensitive, artistic type who'd rather be at art school.  He was sent to cowboy camp because his father thinks art isn't "manly" enough and hopes being a cowboy will toughen him up a bit.
4. Rex: One of the main ranch hands who watches over the group and teaches the lessons of the old west
5. Durango: A ranch hand who only speaks in cowboy lingo, which only Rex can seem to understand.  He continually drives Billy insane with all his "crazy" talk.

Billy is driving his sister crazy trying to shoot everything in sight.  Jill is so busy trying to get him to stop, it takes her awhile to notice the nice guy sitting in the corner. She wants to say hello, but Billy advises against it, since he is a stranger and probably wants to be left alone. But when Billy heads off to find some "chow," Jill decides to introduce herself and becomes acquainted with Don, who she discovers is quite the artist.  After Billy gets in trouble with Durango, one of the ranch hands, he discovers he's not been at camp very long and has already broken the first code of the old west: being hospitable to strangers.

Part 2:  Code #2: "Cowards ain't tolerated in any outfit worth its salt." Based on the story of Gideon.

The campers find themselves working with Sonny, a rodeo clown, who informs them part of their training will include distracting the bulls in order to keep the cowboys safe.  Billy isn't so sure about that: he thinks it's too scary, even if he will be inside a padded barrel the whole time.  He wants no part of it!  But when Jill and Don say they'll do it, Billy doesn't want to be the only one looking like a coward, so he agrees to it, even in the face of fear.  He learns that having courage doesn't mean you aren't ever afraid; it means having the guts to do something in spite of that fear.

Part 3:  Code #3: "Cowboys are pleasant even when out of sorts." Based on Paul & Silas.

The campers are getting cranky: they're tired, sore and hungry.  When Chase, an experienced cowgirl begins to challenge Billy and he finds he can't keep up with her, it's enough to make him crazy.  But when Durango waltzes in speaking the cowboy lingo he can't understand, it pushes him over the edge when he finds out Chase understands every word.  Billy loses his "cool" and his temper flares, only to discover he's broken yet another code in the process. 

Part 4: Code # 4: "Never bother you're pardner's horse."  Based on Nabath & the vineyards.

Today, Wyatt, the ranch's best wrangler, is showing the group how to rope and wrangle a cow.  The group practices on "cow chairs" (regular chairs).  Billy thinks a cowboy of his caliber should be able to do this easily and doesn't understand why he even needs to practice.  His friend, Don, tries to tell him it's much harder than it looks but Billy won't listen.  He finds out the hard way Don was right, but to make matters worse, Jill seems to be a natural at it, rubbing salt in his wounded pride.  Billy reacts badly and tampers with his sister's chair.  When Rex finds out, he reminds Billy that cowboys don't mess with another man's horse, or in this case, the "cow chair."

Part 5:  Code #5: "Never try on another man's hat." Based on David & Saul's armor.

While waiting for lunch, the campers are introduced to Zane, the handsome, "cool" ranch hand who happens to be Rex's nephew.  Jill is quickly infatuated, which makes  Don jealous.  When he asks Billy what Zane's got that he doesn't, Billy replies, "style, muscles and the most awesome cowboy hat ever."  Convinced that the hat is what makes Zane so appealing, Don and Billy decide to try on Zane's hat when he leaves it behind to go swimming with Jill.  Don and Billy each feel confident in Zane's hat but when they start arguing over it, they accidentally tear it.  When Rex finds out he explains that a cowboy's hat is sacred and that you never, ever try on another man's hat!

Themes: Using a cowboy theme and "codes of the old west" as a springboard for Bible stories such as: The Good Samaritan, Gideon, Paul & Silas, Nabath & the vineyards, and David & Saul.
Characters: 9 Length: 5-8 minutes Number in Set: 5
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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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Do My Best - Comedy

Paula has been chosen to sing the National Anthem at a championship basketball game, but is afraid she'll forget the words.

Originally written as part of a set for LifeWay's "Game Day Central: Where Heroes Are Made," this skits focuses on how to become a hero both on and off the field by focusing on Jesus and following God's plan for your life.   Each skit can be used separately, since the concepts don't build on each other from day to day. Each day introduces an idea of what it takes to be a true hero, while using the backdrop of various sports events.

 

Themes: Heroes do their best in everything
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Down on the Farm Puppet Skits - Comedy

Life on an Amish farm is quite different than the life city boy Dirk is used to: no t.v., no video games and no electricity!  When the Yoder family agrees to take in Dirk for an extended stay, everyone, including Skippy the talking dog, begins to feel differently about life "down on the farm." Originally based on  parables in the New Testament. 

Skit 1:  The Grass Isn't Greener Parable of The Good Samaritan (Luke 10)

Dirk isn't happy about having to stay on an Amish farm

Skit 2:  Horsing Around Parable of The Two Sons (Matthew 21)

Dirk agrees to clean out the horse stalls for Mr. Yoder but then falls asleep on the job

Skit 3:  I Said I Was Sorry Parable of The Two Debtors ( Matthew 18)

When Hans breaks his mothers vase he begs to be forgiven but then forgets compassion for Dirk in a similar situation

Skit 4:  Party Pooper Parable of The Prodigal Son (Luke 15)

As the day nears for Dirk to return home, the Yoders plan a "going away" party for him, much to the dismay of Hans

Themes: Kindness to others, Compassion, Serving, Parable of The Good Samaritan (Luke 10); Obedience, Doing the right thing, Serving others, Laziness, Parable of The Two Sons (Matthew 21); Forgiveness, Consequences, Treating others as you would like to be treated, Parable of The Two Debtors ( Matthew 18); Salvation, Joy, Repentance, Recovery, Jealousy, Parable of The Prodigal Son (Luke 15)
Characters: 5 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 4
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12.
Fight for Your Life - Comedy

Max and Alex want to learn to "fight" (handle life's lessons), so they show up at a boxing ring. However, the owner of the ring tells them they need to train before they can even think about stepping into the ring.  With the help of Rocky and Sandy, the coaches, Max and Alex begin their training.  Rocky is a firm believer in hard work and makes Alex train long and hard.  But Sandy has a more laid back approach and Max finds her methods more appealing, in spite of the fact that  she is a "girl."   After a week of vigorous and not so vigorous training, who will still be standing at the end of the final round? 

Themes: Making wise choices; building your life on the "rock"; fighting for good
Characters: 5 Length: 10-12 minutes
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13.
Forever Friends - Comedy

Since one of their closest friends moved away, the remaining four members of the Forever Friends Friendship Group has an opening.  The four girls begin the interview process, hoping to find their next best friend.  Will it be Shawna, the beautiful but "ditsy" girl?  Or maybe Ashley, heiress to the Grenada Family Fortune?  Dominique has the fashion sense, but Diana is the most popular girl in school and has connections to all the "cool" kids, including the handsome Chad Atkins.  But maybe Mariah would be better for the group, since her dad is a music producer and can get the girls into all the "hip" concerts.  Tracy and Felicia seem to be nice, but do they have anything of value to offer the group?  The two of them seem to think so, but the rest of the group and applicants aren't so sure.  While the others are bringing wealth, popularity and materialism to the "table," Felicia and Tracy bring something more: giving of themselves.  In the end, Tracy and Felicia realize they may not want to be part of such an "elite" group after all.  

Themes: True friendship, qualities of a friend
Characters: 11 Length: 8-10 minutes
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14.
Game Day Skits - Comedy

Originally written for LifeWay's "Game Day Central: Where Heroes Are Made," these skits focus on how to become heroes both on and off the field by focusing on Jesus and following God's plan for their lives. Each day introduces an idea of what it takes to be a true hero, while using the backdrop of various sports events.

Skit 1:  Obey God

Bobby gives up his dream of setting a new state record, in order to let his friend be the hero in a baseball game

Skit 2:  Do My Best

Paula has been chosen to sing the National Anthem at a championship basketball game, but is afraid she'll forget the words

Skit 3: Get in the Game

Shawn is new in town and can't seem to accept the rules of his new baseball team

Skit 4:  Take Action

Nate wants to be sensitive to others, even if it mean giving up a long awaited trip

Skit 5:  Recruit New Teammates

Patty invites a friend to church

Themes: True heroes obey God even when it's not easy; Heroes do their best in everything; Heroes follow God's plan; Heroes tell others about Jesus
Characters: 6 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 5
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Get in the Game - Comedy

Shawn is new in town and can't seem to accept the rules of his new baseball team

Originally written as part of a set for LifeWay's "Game Day Central: Where Heroes Are Made," this skits focuses on how to become a hero both on and off the field by focusing on Jesus and following God's plan for your life.   Each skit can be used separately, since the concepts don't build on each other from day to day. Each day introduces an idea of what it takes to be a true hero, while using the backdrop of various sports events.

 

Themes: Heroes follow God's plan
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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16.
Glory Rocks - Comedy

When three friends sit around and do nothing but complain, the surrounding rocks can't take it anymore and decide to cry out.  The rocks point to the scripture that when God's people remain silent, even the rocks will cry out.  When one of the kids points out the fact that they weren't being silent, one of the rocks responds, telling her that sometimes complaining is worse than being silent.  The "glory rocks" as they are called, help the kids see the error of their ways, and give examples of how to be thankful, no matter what the situation. 

Themes: Being thankful in all situations; praising God no matter the circumstances; complaining vs. being thankful
Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Hark on the Ark - Comedy

Liza is writing a story of what it would have been like to have Christmas on the ark.  Noah and Mrs. Noah couldn't be more thrilled that the holy day has finally arrived but their sons and their wives, aren't in the Christmas spirit. All they can think about is the gloom the rain brings, along with frizzy hair, and the stench of the animals or the itchiness of the hay.  Even their Christmas carols are things like "Rain, rain go away" and "Raindrops keep falling on my head."  The whining and complaining continues until Noah and Mrs. Noah have had enough.  They set the record straight about the real meaning of Christmas, and the ability to be thankful no matter what situation you find yourself in.  By reminding the family that Jesus was born in a stable surrounded by animals, and Joseph and Mary didn't seem to complain about the stench or the itchy hay, the family begins to realize they truly do have much to be thankful for and that getting into the Christmas spirit, even on an ark, isn't as hard as they originally thought.

Themes: Christmas, Christmas on the ark, family togetherness, complaining, being thankful for what we have, thankfulness in any situation
Characters: 10 Length: 5-8 minutes
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18.
Harvest Moo - Comedy

Two cows, Bessie and Mabel can't seem to understand why humans feel the need to celebrate a whole festival about plants.  After all, they muse, "everyone knows God made animals more superior than plants." However, Sunny, a very snooty sunflower, disagree and fires back: "You obviously don't know how important my kind is to the farmers.  Plants are better than animals any day!" Thus begins the battle between the two species.  It takes a very energetic but smart little calf named Dottie to clear up the matter, citing that no one species is superior and that God intended for us all to work together.

Themes: The Harvest; working together; we're all special in God's eyes
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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19.
Help is on the Way - Comedy

Loosely based on the characters from "Charlotte's Web," this puppet skit finds Fern (a young girl) in the barnyard crying because she will be unable to attend Space Camp, due to poor crops in her father's fields.  When her barnyard friends find out, they want to help but don't know how. Charlotte, a friendly spider, finds the group wallowing in discouragement but gently reminds them there's plenty they can do if they'll all work together. 

Themes: Based on I Timothy 4:12: "Let no one despise thy youth"; helping one another; working together; problem solving; even if you are young or small you are important and can make a contribution; friendship
Characters: 8 Length: 8-10 minutes
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20.
How the Brady West Was Won - Comedy

For Jan Brady, life is tough when you have a "perfect" sister like Marsha.  Jan claims all she ever hears is "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!"  Back home, Marsha was the Hula Queen, the Pineapple Princess and the Aloha Girl, while Jan felt all but invisible.  But Jan is hoping a family trip to the old west will change all that; Jan is convinced that this will be her time to shine.  However, those hopes are quickly dashed when Marsha announces she has three ranch hands chasing after her, she has won a calf roping contest, and has already picked up on the cowboy lingo, all after only one day! Jan's self-esteem is lower than ever until an unwelcome "visitor" enters their camp and Jan has the chance to save the day. 

Themes: Self-esteem, self-worth
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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I Survived! Serengeti Safari - Comedy

A Game of Survival: Puppet characters compete for the title of Ultimate Survivor, while kids learn the real life secrets of being a survivor, by experiencing King David's struggles and victories

This series can stand alone or can be used as either a sequel or prequel to I'm a Survivor! Trival Hawaii VBS.

Themes: Themes
Characters: 0 Length: 1 minutes
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I'm a Survivor! Tribal Hawaii - Comedy

A New Game of Survival: All new puppet characters compete for the brand new title of Ultimate Survivor, this time set in beautiful Hawaii. Meanwhile, kids head to the New Testament to learn the secrets of spiritual survival, such as wisdom, compassion, faith and forgiveness.

Themes: Wise and Foolish Man/Wisdom; Peter Walks on Water/Focus; Good Samaritan/Compassion; Full Fishing Nets/Faith; Bridesmaids Waiting for Groom/Be Prepared; Peter Denies Jesus/Forgiveness
Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes Number in Set: 6
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23.
I'm So Blue - Comedy

Blue is a happy snowflake content to roll and bounce in the Winter Wonderland wind.  She sings and dances, and in general enjoys life.  That is until one day when a strong wind blows her to a new part of town.  Then all of a sudden she feels "different"--all the other snowflakes are white, not blue.  Some of the snowflakes laugh and make fun of Blue, calling her foreign names like "freak" or "weirdo." Before you know it, Blue has lost her song and the joy in her heart.  Then  Father Snow, the creator of Wonderland, comes along to teach Blue how special she is. 

Themes: Our uniqueness; being special in God's eyes; self-esteem; accepting others as they are; we're all beautiful in God's eyes; being different; racism; feelings of belonging; liking yourself and others for who they are
Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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24.
In His Own Words - Drama

In a monologue written especially for kids (or for those new to the faith), Jesus speaks about why he was sent to Earth, why he died and why he rose again.  According to Jesus, God had a special plan in mind for him all along.  In many ways, Jesus is a lot like each one of us, and in many ways, he's not.  He was sent here to teach the world about his heavenly father, God, and to take on the sins of the world, even though he was innocent. And although there are elements of sadness in the story of Jesus' death, in this skit, Jesus wants us to focus on the resurrection, and the hope for eternal life that it brings.

This skit is told in a simple, touching, and sincere way that kids will easily understand and relate to.

Themes: Easter; Jesus death and resurrection; heaven; John 3:16
Characters: 1 Length: 5-8 minutes
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John and the Whale of a Tale - Comedy

John has to go to the dentist but he doesn't want to, so he decides to run away.  Two friends remind him of what happened to a guy named Jonah when he tried to run away from his problems.  Suddenly, after stopping to rest, John finds himself transported to a boat in the midst of a storm, and the next thing he knows, he's been eaten by a whale.  Will he be like Jonah and find a way out or will he be trapped in the belly of the whale forever?

Themes: Jonah & the whale, obedience, running away from your problems; facing your problems
Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Kids Say the Funniest Things - Comedy

The talk show "Kids Say the Funniest Things" is in full session, and today the topic is "Moms."  As the Host asks each child a question, they answer with candid and funny answers, such as, Question: "Why did God make mothers?  Answer: Because she's the only one who knows where the scotch tape is."  This skit reminds us of the humorous way children view their moms and the things they do.  Originally written for elementary age students, this skit is flexible enough to accommodate a large or small cast with a few simple line reassignments. Perfect for a mother/daughter banquet, Sunday School class or smaller school classroom. This skit will have your moms in stitches, as the funniest words come from the mouths of babes!

Themes: Mother's Day; relationship between parents and children; Moms and Dads; Mother/Daughter banquets
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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27.
Lesson Learned - Comedy/Drama

Sam, a young boy, has his heart set on buying his friend Jimmy's old skateboard.  The only problem is Sam doesn't have all the money.  When Sam asks for an advance on his allowance, his dad is hesitant but in the end agrees if Sam promises to do a few extra chores to earn the money.  Once Sam gets the money he needs, he's on his way to buy the skateboard, but along the way, he sees a new helmet in the store that he just has to have.  After buying the helmet, he doesn't have enough money to pay Jimmy, but promises to pay back the rest of the money at a later date, not realizing Jimmy can't get his new skateboard until he has all the money from Sam.  Pretty soon, Sam finds himself in a bit of a "pickle:" the store won't take back the helmet, and Sam doesn't want to tell his parents what he has done.  In the end, Sam learns a hard lesson from his dad. 

Themes: The value of keeping promises; managing money wisely; learning life lessons when you're young; the wisdom of fathers
Characters: 7 Length: 5-8 minutes
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28.
Let the Little Children Come - Comedy

A young boy is very excited at the thought of meeting Jesus, but on the journey there, he can't help but pummel his mother with comments such as, "Are we there yet?"; "I'm hungry"; "I'm thirsty"; "How much farther?" and "I have to go to the bathroom."  The very patient mother can only take so much, and is relieved when they finally reach their destination.  However, when it looks like one of Jesus' disciples is going to prevent the boy from talking to Jesus, both mother and son are disappointed.  That is, until Jesus tells the disciple to "Let the little children come unto me."  The boy is happy to finally be able to talk to Jesus, and even happier to report to his mother that all grown-ups should be like little children because "theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

Themes: Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me"; Jesus and children; child-like behaviors; kids and the kingdom
Characters: 2 Length: 4-5 minutes
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29.
Love is the Greatest Gift - Comedy

When the Gingerbread Man finds a torn sign, he sparks a discussion between Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus and Rudolph as to who is the most important holiday icon. But when the owner of the torn sign finds them, they are surprised to learn what is the true reason for the holiday season: Love.

Themes: Christmas, Love, Commercialism, "The Reason for the Season," Treating others with love, what makes love special, celebrating love at Christmas
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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30.
Love Thy Brother - Comedy

Kate and Tom are helping their Dad build a tree house.  They've laid out the plans and now they are ready to start building.  But when Kate's friend, Lori, stops by to inspect the plans, she is surprised to discover some odd notions Kate has about the rules of the tree house.  Lori think they should immediately put up a "No boys allowed" sign, but when Kate says they can't do that because her brother is a boy, Lori finds this a bit strange, since she thinks he's the main boy they should want to keep out!  Other oddities like Kate and Tom knowing each other's  secret compartment locations and Kate's overall courtesy to her brother, along with her refusal to make a list of rules for him to follow has Lori baffled.  But when Kate announces she and her brother only have one household rule in general, it really pushes Lori over the edge, especially when she learns that rule is to love and respect each other.  Since Lori has never heard of such a thing, she begins to wonder about Kate's sanity and the future of their overall friendship.

Themes: Brotherly love; respecting and loving others; parallels the concept of when we love God, we will automatically love others; (in the same way, if we love each other, lots of the world's problems could be easily solved because most of them would never occur in the 1st place if we followed this rule)
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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31.
Loyal Friends - Comedy/Drama

This skit tells the story of Naomi and Ruth, from a simple viewpoint.  The narrator reads the lines while various children act out what is being read.  The story travels through the marriage of Emilech and Naomi, to the birth and marriage of their sons, to the death of Emilech and the sons, to the fields of Boaz, and eventual marriage of Ruth and Boaz.  The kids will have fun participating in this story told in a simple and brief way.

Themes: The friendship of Ruth and Naomi; loyalty; God provides
Characters: 8 Length: 3-5 minutes
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32.
Noah's Ark Series - Comedy

The rain is a'comin and Noah and his family need shelter, along with two of every kind of animal.  The animals aren't too convinced and want no part of the ark!  But when Noah's sons convince them to hop aboard, the chaos really begins.  From smelly stalls, fear of storms, and brothers and animals fighting, it's a trip no one will soon forget!

Skit 1: Two by Two

The animals aren't happy about getting into the ark

Skit 2: Share and Share Alike

The animals are bored and they've only been afloat two days

Skit 3: Knock, Knock

After a few weeks on the ark everyone's nerves are shot

Skit 4:  Fear Not

The animals are beginning to wonder if the rain will ever stop

Skit 5:  Home at Last

The rain has stopped and Noah open's the ark door

Themes: Obedience, Trust, The Flood, Sharing, Boredom, Getting Along, Fairness, Arguing, Solving Disputes, Irritation, Fear, Faith, Stress, Looking to the Future, Reconciliation
Characters: 10 Length: 8-10 minutes Number in Set: 5
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33.
Obey God - Comedy

Bobby gives up his dream of setting a new state record, in order to let his friend be the hero in a baseball game.

Originally written as part of a set for LifeWay's "Game Day Central: Where Heroes Are Made," this skits focuses on how to become a hero both on and off the field by focusing on Jesus and following God's plan for your life.   Each skit can be used separately, since the concepts don't build on each other from day to day. Each day introduces an idea of what it takes to be a true hero, while using the backdrop of various sports events.

Themes: True heroes obey God even when it's not easy; obedience
Characters: 4 Length: 3-5 minutes
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34.
Recruit New Teammates - Comedy

Patty invites a friend to church

Originally written as part of a set for LifeWay's "Game Day Central: Where Heroes Are Made," this skits focuses on how to become a hero both on and off the field by focusing on Jesus and following God's plan for your life.   Each skit can be used separately, since the concepts don't build on each other from day to day. Each day introduces an idea of what it takes to be a true hero, while using the backdrop of various sports events.

 

Themes: Heroes tell others about Jesus
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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35.
Serve to Win - Comedy

After trying for several hours to serve the Lord, Cody, Max and Daisy feel like giving up.  Without knowing it, they are misunderstanding what it means to "serve the Lord and win the prize:"  Max is serving with a tennis ball and racket in order to win an Xbox; Cody is serving a volleyball in the hopes of winning a 3D tv; and Daisy is attempting to serve people in a restaurant to get front row seats at a concert. After awhile, the boys can barely move their arms, and Daisy keeps dropping plates, getting food all over herself.  None of them think they can keep "serving" at this pace.  It isn't until their friend Jen, clears up the matter, that the group realize what it truly means to "serve the Lord and win the prize."

Themes: Serving God
Characters: 4 Length: 3-5 minutes
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36.
Super Dude Puppets 1 - Comedy

"It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Super Dude?" 

Super Dude is a puppet character who has a difficult time relating to the "human" world. His helpfulness is often misguided, as he forgets that as humans we are limited in our own abilities, and that what the world says, and what God says are often different. 

Skit 1: Introduction of Super Dude

Two boys struggle to find something fun to do

Skit 2: To Tell or Not to Tell

A young girl contemplates telling the truth after she commits a terrible act

Skit 3: To Shave or Not to Shave

Super Dude stops a young boy from shaving his head, but then he thinks he may have made a mistake

Skit 4: The Real Deal

A boy and girl argue over whether or not Super Dude is real.

Themes: Being sensitive to the abilities of others; Strengths and weaknesses; Making new friends; Wrong doing; Repentance; Confession, Courage; Peer Pressure; Bible story of Esther; Friendship; Support; Sensitivity towards others; Bible story of Ruth; Belief in God; Faith/Trust; False gods; Bible story of Elijah
Characters: 4 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 4
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37.
Super Dude Puppets 2 - Comedy

"It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Super Dude?" 

Super Dude is a puppet character who has a difficult time relating to the "human" world. His helpfulness is often misguided, as he forgets that as humans we are limited in our own abilities, and that what the world says, and what God says are often different. 

Skit 1: A Cut Above

A girl regrets her decision of using a new hair stylist

Skit 2: Don't Go in There

After cheating on a test, a girl can't stand the guilt

Skit 3: Movie Time

Two boys are bullied into watching a movie they know is inappropriate

Skit 4: Bull's Eye

A boy learns first hand the power of the one true God

Themes: Disobedience; Patience; Regret; Consequences of sin; Bible story of Samson; Guilt; Cheating; Redemption; Courage; Doing the right thing; Confession; Bible story of Esther; Peer pressure; Temptation; Appropriate behavior; Choices; Bible story of Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego; Faith; Trust in God; Dependence on God; Calling on God; Real God vs. false god; Bible story of Elijah
Characters: 5 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 4
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38.
Super Dude Puppets 3 - Comedy

"It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Super Dude?" 

Super Dude is a puppet character who has a difficult time relating to the "human" world. His helpfulness is often misguided, as he forgets that as humans we are limited in our own abilities, and that what the world says, and what God says are often different.

Skit 1:  Give Me a Sign

A boy searches for a sign that he should try out for the school basketball team

Skit 2:  A'Camping We Will Go

A boy contemplates the pros and cons of going on a camping trip with his little brother

Skit 3:  Float Your Boat

Noah asks for help in building the Ark

Skit 4:  Fight or Flight

A boy is bullied for praying at school

Themes: Waiting on God; Dependence on God; Be Alert; Seeking God's Will: Bible story of Gideon; Thinking of others; "The Golden Rule"; Unselfishness; Helping others; Loyalty; Bible story of Ruth; Faith; Trust; Obedience; Precision; Bible story of Noah; Prayer; Fighting; Bullies; Standing up for yourself; Holding true to your beliefs; Bible story of Daniel
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 4
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39.
Survivor Hawaii Puppet Skits - Comedy

A Game of Survival: Adventure begins when seven puppet characters are marooned on the beautiful island of Hawaii's Kauai. Each week the puppet characters face challenges and depending on their performance, it could get them voted off the safari permanently. This time, each puppet is allowed one luxury item from home to help make their stay on the islands a little easier.  Their goal is to be the only person not voted off the safari, thereby winning the title of " Ultimate Survivor," and an  appearance on a t.v. show.

Skit 1:  Introduction of Characters

6 Characters are introduced and they compete in their first challenge of building a hut

Skit 2:  I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up

One player loses a challenge because he loses  focus on his task

Skit 3:  Thanks for the Help

One player blows a big challenge in order to lend a helping hand to another

Skit 4:  Gone Fishing

When players must work in teams for their challenge, one player hopes she doesn't let her team mate down

Skit 5:  While You Were Away

A player misses out on a huge reward because she wasn't alert

Skit 6:  The Winner

After a severe near mishap, the winner is finally announced

Themes: Wisdom, Foolishness; Focus, Keep your eyes on God, Vanity; Compassion, Sensitivity to others, Helping, Serving, Friendship; Faith, All things are possible with God, Supporting others, Teamwork; Staying Alert, Being Prepared; Forgiveness, Compassion, Redemption, Second Chances, Understanding
Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes Number in Set: 6
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40.
Survivor Serengeti Puppet Skits - Comedy

A Game of Survival: Adventure begins when eight puppet characters are marooned on the plains of Africa's Serengeti, where they compete for the title of "Ultimate Survivor." Each week the puppet characters face challenges and depending on their performance, it could get them voted off the safari permanently.  Their goal is to be the only person not voted off the safari, thereby winning the title of " Ultimate Survivor," and a grand prize trip. 

Skit 1:  Introduction of Characters

8 Characters are introduced and they compete in their first challenge of building a statue from popsicle sticks

Skit 2:  Worm in the Apple

After the last challenge of eating apples with  worms in them, the players contemplate their futures in the game

Skit 3: Nothing is Impossible

One of the players thinks the game is all over for him, when he discovers the next challenge involves something he doesn't know how to do: swim

Skit 4:  The Alliance

Two of the characters decide to form an alliance, hoping to eliminate the others

Skit 5:  The Sabotage

One player feels betrayed by the others, so he sabotages the game for an unsuspecting person

Skit 6:  Caught Cheating

One player experiences guilt after cheating on a challenge

Skit 7:  Enough is Enough

One player goes against his better judgment and gets "even" with another player

Skit 8:  The Winner

After a long and trying game, the winner is finally announced


Themes: God uses ordinary people; Sportsmanship, Willing to try new things, Focusing on the future; With God all things are possible, Expect the unexpected, Never be afraid to try; Friendship; Revenge, Unfair treatment, Betrayal; Cheating, Pressure, Perfection, Shame, Guilt; Consequences of sin, Bad choices, Revenge, Personal attacks; Redemption, Perseverance, Forgiveness
Characters: 9 Length: 5-8 minutes Number in Set: 8
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41.
Take Action - Comedy

Nate wants to be sensitive to others, even if it mean giving up a long awaited trip

Originally written as part of a set for LifeWay's "Game Day Central: Where Heroes Are Made," this skits focuses on how to become a hero both on and off the field by focusing on Jesus and following God's plan for your life.   Each skit can be used separately, since the concepts don't build on each other from day to day. Each day introduces an idea of what it takes to be a true hero, while using the backdrop of various sports events.

 

Themes: Heroes put others first
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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42.
Take the Plunge Set - Comedy

Using the backdrop of a water park, Joe and Terri are looking to hire some new summer recruits.  The potential employees must face a series of challenges involving various aspects of life, including: obedience, worship, courage, faith and service.

Skit 1:  Plunge into Obedience  (Based on Luke 5:1-11 (Miraculous Catch of Fish)

The potential recruits endlessly search for keys that aren't there

Skit 2:  Plunge into Worship  (Based on John 4:5-30 (Jesus and the Woman at the Well)

The recruits are asked to spend the morning in a form of worship

Skit 3:  Plunge into Courage (Based on Matthew 8:23-27 (Jesus Calms the Storm)

The recruits get nervous when it comes to life saving techniques

Skit 4:  Plunge into Faith (Based on Matthew 14:22-33 (Jesus Walks on Water)

The recruits learn how to trust each other

Skit 5:  Plunge into Service (Based on John 13:1-17 (Jesus Washing the Disciples Feet)

The experienced lifeguards do a "dirty" job for their potential employees

Skit 6:  Plunge into Opportunity (Based on Matthew 25: 31-41 (The Sheep and the Goats)

The Boss decides who is hired and who is fired

Themes: Obedience, Trust, Worship, Spending Time with God, Courage, Being afraid, Faith, Trusting One Another, Salvation
Characters: 8 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 6
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43.
The Adventures of Super Dude - Comedy

"It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Super Dude?"  He has super human strength, super human vision and super human hearing, but not necessarily super human understanding.  See what this super hero can learn about what it takes to be a true hero, human style.

Themes: Themes
Characters: 0 Length: 1 minutes
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44.
The Ginger Man Can - Comedy

Everyone at the North Pole is cranky trying to get ready for Christmas Eve: the elves are behind on their toy making, the reindeer don't want to do their flight training, Santa can't find his hat, and Mrs. Claus can't find her gumdrops for her gingerbread cookies.  But all of that changes when Gingie, one of the gingerbread cookies magically comes to life.  Suddenly, everyone is happier and in a better mood.  As Gingie looks around, he notices everyone at the North Pole has a job to do except for him, so he tries to find a way to help out.  After a series of mishaps, Gingie learns that the best thing he can do for the North Pole, is just to be himself. 

Themes: Being yourself, using the strengths you have been given; we all have unique talents and abilities, Christmas
Characters: 9 Length: 8-10 minutes
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45.
The Grandparent Chapter - Comedy

When Max shows up with lipstick imprints all over his face, it's obvious that Grandma is in town.  A short discussion ensues about some of the characteristics most grandparents seem to share: getting up too early, hearing problems, telling stories about the "good ole' days" etc.   But through the process, Max and Ruby learn how important their grandparents really are in their life, and how thankful they are to have them.

Themes: Grandparents and grandchildren
Characters: 2 Length: 4-5 minutes
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46.
The Little Princess - Comedy

Jewel Phillips just knows she is a princess.  After all, her father is a king! Dressed in a tiara and feather boa, Jewel sure dresses the part, but tomboys Alex (Alexandria) and Myra aren't too convinced.  They think Jewel is a bit bonkers, considering her father really works at the local hardware store--there's no royal palace in sight!  But when Princess Olivia and Princess Gwen show up Jewel thinks she's found her long lost relatives. Alex and Myra remain skeptical until they learn that they too may be royalty, much to the dismay of Jewel.  Each girl then learns the true meaning of being a daughter of the "King of Kings," which has nothing to do with how you look but everything to do with God creating each one of us to be special and unique.

Themes: Our uniqueness; being special in God's eyes; self-esteem; accepting others as they are; we're all beautiful in God's eyes; God's princesses
Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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47.
The Solid Rock - Comedy

No sooner has Lisa made a decision to accept God into her heart than two evil villains, Two Face (a liar) and Dark Vader (fear) show up.  Not only do they challenge Lisa and her friend, Meg to battle but they also claim they can destroy the Solid Rock on which their trust is placed.  By telling lies and producing fear in the girls, the villains feel their victory is sealed.  However, when Truthmeister and Prayer Warrior appear, the villains easy victory is thwarted.  Truthmeister points out all the flaws in Two Face's lies, and Prayer Warrior gives the girls plenty of ammunition full of strength and protection.  Through battle, the girls learn that nothing, nothing can destroy the Solid Rock and God's love for us.  

Themes: God, the Solid Rock; good vs. evil; God's power vs. evil forces; nothing can change God's love for us; salvation
Characters: 6 Length: 10-12 minutes
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48.
The Transformation Station - Comedy

When Matt only partially overhears a conversation of the church leaders regarding the scripture in Romans 12, he incorrectly interprets what is said. He begins telling people if they don't change everything about themselves and transform into something completely different before school starts, as well as pass some kind of transformation test, God is going to offer them up as a living sacrifice by torturing them. The characters humorously begin to change into something they are not, until Polly comes along and sets the record the straight on what real spiritual transformation is, along with how to use our talents to help each other.

Themes: Romans 12; being spiritually transformed; using the talents God gave us; misinterpreting scripture: back to school
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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49.
These Friends of Mine - Comedy

For Sarah's 12th birthday, she has invited several of her friends over for a slumber party but soon regrets her decision because of their behavior.  Armed with a remote control, the skit unfolds through the eyes of Sarah's older sister, Betsy, who pauses and rewinds the characters, so the audience can see firsthand what has driven Sarah to tears.  According to Betsy, Sarah is the kind of person "who actually does all those good things we learn in Sunday School."  Too bad her friends don't do the same: Tiffany is a spoiled girl who manipulates and controls to get her way; Twyla lives to agitate Tiffany, who also happens to be her older sister; Amber is Tiffany's advocate and allows her to get away with everything; and Chris tries to do the right thing but when push comes to shove, she always give in.  Sarah hopes her good examples of friendship will rub off on her friends but so far, it doesn't seem to be working.  Soon Betsy takes matters into her own hands, and finds a way to use the remote control to help out her sister permanently. 

Themes: Friendship; characteristics of a friend; how to treat others; selfishness
Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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50.
Time to Believe - Comedy/Drama

Familiar stories are given a fresh twist as kids learn to see God as He really is!

Reporter Jordan Prenn is used to dealing with the facts: she's not sure about a God you can't see, hear or touch.  But when her scientist uncle invents a time machine out of a church (which runs on praise), she travels back in time to catch glimpses of God in ways she never expected!

Themes: God is an Artist/Adam and Eve; God is Exciting/Moses & Elijah; God is Smart/Tower of Babel & Solomon; God Keeps His Promises/Joshua; God Forgives/Jonah
Characters: 12 Length: 10-15 minutes Number in Set: 5
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51.
Totally Hooked - Comedy

According to a school of fish, some strange things have been going on in the sea since a man named Jesus came to town: fish are purposesly jumping into nets, loaves of bread are multiplying, men are walking on water, and there is strange talk of "fishing for men."  Wondering what's going on, several fish gather at the home of Koi, the oldest and wisest Japanese fish, to see if he has any insights as to what has been happening. As the fish recall the events they have each seen over the last few days, the only one who doesn't seem to be totally hooked is a catfish named Fluffy.  But there just might be something that can change his mind: an eye-witness account of his own.

Themes: The miracles of Jesus; fishers of men; Jesus walking on the water; Jesus feeding the 5,000; marveling at who Jesus is; questioning the identity of Jesus
Characters: 6 Length: 8-10 minutes
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52.
What Jesus Did for Me - Comedy/Drama

A children's Sunday School teacher wants to teach the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus, and she feels the best way is to "show" them, by allowing them to act out various parts of the Easter story.  For one boy in particular, he learns how difficult it must have been for Jesus, and how much God loved us to allow His only son to go through such a horrible experience. But in the end, the focus is on the resurrection and the idea that there is hope for us to live forever in heaven because of the sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.

Themes: Easter; Jesus death and resurrection
Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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53.
When I Was Little - Comedy

It's Granny Emma's birthday, which happens to coincide with Mother's Day this year, and four generations of women gather together for a family photo to celebrate this special day.  While searching for lost shoes, and fiddling with jacket zippers, Emmie, (Emma's great-granddaughter) begins to ask questions about what life was like when her mom was little, especially when it came to the relationship between her, and her grandmother.  "Did Granny play with you, like Nana plays with me?" she asks. With the help of a family photo album, and the memories of her Granny Emma, Emmie learns she has more in common with her mom than she thought, as well as what it means to be thankful for the blessings in your life.

Themes: Mother's Day; family closeness; Mother/daughter relationships; Relationship with grandparents; life's blessings; being thankful for what we have
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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54.
Working Until Jesus Comes - Comedy

Lisa is a young girl searching through the "want ads" to find a job because she wants to work for Jesus. When her mother learns of this, she realizes Lisa is misunderstanding what the phrase means.  To help her understand, the mom gives Lisa three separate illustrations and asks Lisa to pick out which people in the stories she feels were showing love to others and helping them, which Lisa learns is really the definition of "working for Jesus."

Themes: Working for Jesus; Helping others; Not being selfish
Characters: 9 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Spring
(15 Skits) Spritual Growth and other spring themes
Flower PowerWilting flowers find refuge in a Garden Paradise
The CureTwo doctors find the cure to healing past wounds
Seasonal ConceptsEvery marriage experiences ups and downs
Stepping OutStepping out of comfort zones
All Creatures Great and SmallGod cares about all of His creations
A Harvest TaleReaping what you sow
Free At LastFreedom in Christ
The Amazing RaceRunning the race of life
Tree of LifeFacing fear
Showers of BlessingsBlessings from God are misinterpreted
Spring Has SprungSpiritual Spring Cleaning
The Butterfly EffectSpiritual Transformation
Skeletons in the ClosetSecret Sin
Through the WringerCleansing of sins
The BirthdayGrowth in spiritual maturity
Father's Day
(8 Skits) 
Lesson LearnedA boy learns a lesson about keeping promises.
Father FiguresA series of monologues about Fathers
Faith of Our FathersBiblical fathers talk about parenting
The Cars in Dad's GarageAppreciation of Dads
Dad's Top TenBest/worst things about being a dad
Letters to My SonKeeping memories alive
Who's Your DaddyFather Figures
Dad's Big SurpriseLearning from mistakes
Especially for Youth
(38 Skits) 
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
Big and Small He Loves Us AllGod cares about all of His creations
The Choice is YoursA teen learns the dangers of drugs & alcohol
Jersey Shore No MoreGirls strive to be like the Jersey Shore gang
Pearls of WisdomFairy tale characters learn about self-worth
How the Brady West Was WonThe Brady girls head to the old west
Totally HookedA school of fish ponder the miracles of Jesus
Color My WorldChildren learn being different isn't always bad
Color My World at SchoolChildren learn being different isn't always bad
Mission PossibleTeens try to avoid service projects
When No One is WatchingTreating others with kindness
The CleansingTwo children discuss the idea of baptism
These Friends of MineYoung girls learn how to be a friend to each other
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
Whistle While You WorkFinding joy in any circumstance
Lay Your Burden DownGive your problems to Jesus
Love Thy BrotherRespect for one another
Amazing GraceGod's grace
Forces of EvilWhy God allows evil
Getting the BootSpiritual Training
The Cars in Dad's GarageAppreciation of Dads
In the Army NowSpiritual Training
Eye of the StormWeathering the storms of life
Forever FriendsCharacteristics of a true friend
Who's Your IdolIdols in our life
Showers of BlessingsBlessings from God are misinterpreted
Fight for Your LifeConsequences of right and wrong
The Rocks Cry OutAshamed of God
America's IdolIdols in our life
All Talk YouthDangers of gossip
Patriotic
(1 Skits) 
Red, White and BlueRemembering those who fought for our country
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