Especially for Youth Skits

Especially for Youth Skits

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38 skits found


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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All Talk Youth - Comedy

Gossip is the guest on The Sherry Flinger Show.  Gossip seems to be quite a celebrity: she's invited to all the parties and is adored by loyal fans. Through the show's callers, we discover why she's so popular and the effect she can have on all those she comes in contact with.  

Themes: Gossip, the tongue as a "two edged sword," words can hurt, hurting others unintentionally
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Amazing Grace - Comedy

Teenager Matt has been told repeatedly not to play golf in the backyard. Today, however, he is convinced he'll be more careful, even though in the past, several golf balls have landed over the fence and into his neighbor's yard.  His sister warns him against such play but Matt doesn't heed her warnings.  Sure enough, one golf ball too many sails across the neighbor's fence and breaks a window.  Matt is horrified, until the neighbor extends some "grace" his way, and tells him not to worry about paying for the window.  Matt is relieved and grateful but his sister is outraged. She cannot comprehend the meaning of grace and demands he be punished for his reckless act.

Themes: God's grace; what grace means
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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America's Idol - Comedy

Based on Exodus 20:4, "You shalt not make for yourself an idol,"  this skit is a take off of the reality show "American Idol."  Our skit includes the same judges: Randy "What's up dawg?" Jackson, Paula "I love everybody" Abdul, and Simon "Cranky pants" Cowell, only this time they are in search of America's perfect idol.  Last year's winner was a 900 inch big screen t.v., that had picture within a picture, within a picture, within a picture.  Who will this year's winner be?  Will it be a 12 year old laptop that's still running Windows 95 or the amazing cell phone with all the cool gadgets and functions?  Or perhaps the Nintendo DS or the latest fashion?  Only you can decide.

Themes: Idolatry, worshiping false gods, reality t.v., putting other things first in your life
Characters: 9 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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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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8.
Eye of the Storm - Drama

A small group of teens have been looking forward to a camping trip but now that the trip has arrived, the group is in for some stormy weather, in more ways than one.  

Part 1:  Casey wishes her mom would stop treating her like a child and quit embarrassing her in front of her potential beau, the hunky Dillon. Max wishes Dillon were out of the picture completely so he could have Casey all to himself.  Casey's dad wishes she wouldn't even mention the word "date" and the weather, well a huge storm is coming!  

Part 2:  Casey and Dillon foolishly go for a walk in the storm and become trapped in a "flash flood" area.  Casey's parents and friends can only hope and pray that they are okay, but when Dillon comes back without Casey, the real panic begins!

Part 3:  In the aftermath of the storm, the damage done was monumental.  The tents have been destroyed, and the camping items are strewn throughout the campground.  But there's still no sign of Casey.  The rescue team is finally ready to begin their search when Casey suddenly appears.  She apologizes for her behavior and tells quite an amazing story of how she was rescued.  It seems there is a happy ending for all, as Casey recounts how God took care of her during her time of need.

Themes: Weathering the storms of life, God's protection during difficult times
Characters: 6 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 3
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9.
Fight for Communication - Comedy

Mom and Dad and their two teenage children, Kyle and Lisa, seek the help of a counselor to try and repair their relationship. The convesation quickly turns into a "boxing match," pitting parent against child.  During the "fight" things become more clear as they each begin to see things from the other's perspective.  It looks like hope will spring eternal, but in the end, old habits die hard. 

Themes: Relationships between parents and teens; communication; seeing someone else's viewpoint; listening
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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10.
Fight for Faith - Comedy/Drama

When Fred stepped into the boxing ring he had no idea what he was up against. Deceiver, one of Satan's female demons, was ready to take Fred down, and she pulled out all the stops in order to do so. Using lies and "trickery" she was easily able to defeat Fred, who had no idea of his position in Christ. He ends up knocked-out on the floor.  Things are different when Sarah, a young girl steps into the ring. Deceiver thinks she has another easy victory on her hands; however things turn out a bit differently when Jesus steps into the ring with Sarah.  Suddenly, all the old "stand-bys" aren't working because Sarah stands firm in her position in Christ, and Deceiver finds herself on the end of several punches. When she winds up on the floor, Satan himself stands in. In the end, with Jesus' help, Sarah proves victorious over Satan and his lies.

Themes: Lies vs. truth; Satan's deceptions; understanding your position in Christ; Jesus' work through us; deceiving spirits; strength in Christ; fighting for faith; standing up for your rights as God's child; victory over Satan
Characters: 6 Length: 8-10 minutes
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11.
Fight for Purity - Comedy/Drama

Little by little Rita, a teenage girl, is compromising her values (sneaking into bars, watching inappropriate movies etc.) to please her cute boyfriend, Harry. But when her friend Jason challenges Harry's values, Rita's eyes are opened.  It seems Harry and his buddies have a contest to see who can corrupt young girls the fastest and Harry's sights were set on Rita.  In the end, Rita stands up for what she believes in and gives Harry a "piece of her mind" that he won't soon forget. 

Themes: Standing up for what you believe in; purity of mind and body; inappropriate behaviors and relationships; morals; values
Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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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.
Forces of Evil - Drama

Wilson is upset and angered by some bad news his friends, the Langley's, have received.  It seems the Langley's are being sued by a crew member who was doing some work on their roof.  The crewman showed up drunk for work one day, fell off of the roof and sustained some serious injuries. The man is claiming the roof was unstable and that, not his drunkenness, was the reason for his fall.  To top it off, the Langley's learned this was not the first time something like this has happened with this particular work crew--it seems to be a pattern of business but so far, no one has been able legally to "punish" them for their acts. This leads Wilson, and his two teenage neighbors to begin questioning why God allows such evil to take place in the world.

Themes: Why bad things happen to good people; why God allows evil in the world
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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14.
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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15.
Getting the Boot - Comedy

When four recruits show up for Boot Camp, they learn the concepts of what it means to show humility towards others; have respect for others; be loyal to your friends; how to successfully perform your duties and how to show honor to authority.  Based on various Old and New Testament Bible Stories, like: Jesus washing his disciples feet; the Good Samaritan; David and Jonathan; Joseph and his brothers and the Parable of the father and his two sons.

Part 1:  Unit 29 in Boot Camp has just recruited 4 new members:

1. Ford:  A girl who is paranoid and afraid of everything around her
2. Miller: A germ phobic, hypochondriac guy
3. Smith: A nice tough guy who seems perfect for the Army life
4. Jenkins: A pampered girl who thinks she signed up for free boots and other fashion accessories.

The group seems like an odd unit, which only gets worse upon meeting their Drill Sergeant, an odd-ball man who insists on being called "Major Dude."

For their first task, the group must conquer an obstacle course.  Everyone seems to do well except for Jenkins, who didn't want to ruin her $100 pair of designer shoes, so she took them off, only to find her feet become severely cut and bruised.  No one in the unit will help her, including the drill sergeant who declares: "You're on your own. I don't do feet."  And apparently, neither does anyone else in the group.  Miller is afraid he'll contract some kind of disease just by touching the feet, and Ford is afraid she'll cause gangrene.  Luckily, Smith comes to the rescue, for which Major Dude wants to give him a Medal of Honor. 

Part 2:  It seems Ford has gotten in trouble for spilling her lunch on the General's head, and has found herself scrubbing the barracks and latrines with her toothbrush.  When she finds there may be spiders nearby (which she is terrified of) she tries to enlist the help of her fellow recruits but it seems no one wants to help her.  Miller passes out at the mere thought of Ford's toothbrush coming in contact with all those germs and Jenkins has a hot date with a guy in another unit.  But once again, nice guy Smith comes to her rescue and not only helps her scrub the floors but promises to ward off any wayward spiders.

Part 3:  Because of Smith's participation in Ford's punishment the previous day, (which is a Boot Camp "no, no") the General is now calling for Smith to be put in one night of solitary confinement.  The only problem is, our fearless "hero" seems to be claustrophobic, or as Major Dude says, "crampo-phobico."  The only way out of the punishment seems to be for the entire unit to run 5 miles.  However, they've just come in from a 5 mile run, and are so exhausted they can barely move.  The unit has to decide if they are willing to help out a friend or let him suffer alone.

Part 4: Smith has been cleared for a weekend leave in order to attend his parent's 40th wedding anniversary, which he and his family have been planning for months.  He's all set to go when suddenly Major Dude announces he has forgotten his father's birthday (the General). It's too bad because the General is expecting a huge party complete with a fantastic gift.  So, Major Dude enlists the help of his recruits, and by "help" he means they get to do it all. The invitations, the food and the decorations don't seem to be a problem, but the gift proves more difficult.  Where will they find a spectacular gift at this late hour?  Unfortunately, Smith has to look no further than his parent's anniversary present.

Part 5:  For the last day of Boot Camp, Major Dude has one more task for his recruits: build for him the fort he never had as a child.  Some of the recruits balk at this, arguing this was not what Boot Camp was designed to be and that there are better ways to spend their time than building a fort. But Smith, knowing the importance of taking orders, agrees to do it.  However, later on  Smith changes his mind after remembering the thankless efforts he and the others put into the General's birthday party.  Major Dude took Smith's gift intended for his parents, and gave it to the General, passing it off as his own idea.  Smith gets "worked up" and decides not to build the fort.  In the meantime, the others begin to speculate what might happen if they don't build the fort, so they agree to do it.  In the end, Major Dude has a confession: he's only been pretending to be a "jerk" in order to observe the true characters of his recruits.  Smith learns the importance of trusting his commander and they all learn that nobody is perfect. 

Themes: Spiritual training/concepts similar to Boot Camp, teaching concepts of humility, respect, loyalty, duty and honor
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes Number in Set: 5
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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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17.
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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18.
In the Army Now - Comedy

Alexandria (Alex) and Brian have each been recruited for an Army Adventure but both have different ideas of what that actually means.  Tomboy Alex thinks she's joining the army where she can show off her fighting skills, and Brian thinks he's been invited to a spa, perfect for a spoiled rich kid.  Neither realize they  will be taking part in spiritual training. 

Part 1:  Alex and Brian meet accidentally.  Alex says she's on her way to join the army and Brian says he got lost looking for an adventure spa.  When Alex finally shows up at the Army Adventure she's ready to get into combat immediately and is surprised to learn she will need a lot of basic training before entering into battle. When Brian shows up, claiming his navigation system was broken, the pair both feel they are in the wrong place. However, Sergeant Bart Jackson assures them that not only are they in the right place but that their spiritual training begins now.  

Part 2:  When studying the crucifixion of Jesus, Alex and Brian can't understand why a man of his power and influence would willingly agree to such a horrible act of violence.  Alex thinks Jesus should have fought back, while Brian says the King of Jews could have bribed someone to take his place.  It's not until they are introduced to the phrase "by his stripes we are healed" do they begin to fully understand the full impact of Jesus' actions.  

Part 3:  After a five-mile run Alex looks refreshed, while Brian is begging for "water!"  Sergeant Bart uses this time to show how living water quenches our spiritual thirst, just as actual water quenches our physical thirst. 

Themes: Spiritual lessons, spiritual training, learning about God and Jesus
Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes Number in Set: 3
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19.
Jersey Shore No More - Comedy

Two "wanna be" Jersey Shore girls, Pookie and Valentine, invade a youth mission trip in Costa Rica.  The girls are there to party and "hook up" but the others in the group don't approve of their lifestyle.  The guys in the group are somewhat torn between the girls good looks, and their own values and morals.  As one teen puts it, "We're Christians; we're not dead." The girls try to convince Pookie and Valentine that their way of life doesn't lead to happiness but in the end, they don't want anything to do with what they consider to be God's way. 

Themes: Being yourself; inner beauty; lifestyles
Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes
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20.
Lay Your Burden Down - Drama

Everyone has pressures and struggles in life, as teens Rose, Sarah, Rita and Mickey know very well.  Rose's boyfriend is trying to pressure her into having sex; Sarah is struggling with her grades in school which could mean the loss of a college scholarship; Rita has low self-esteem, and Mickey is a sports playing tomboy whose parents think she should get involved with ballet and scrap booking.  Instead of allowing Jesus to help them with these burdens, the girls choose instead to keep adding to their pack: every time they have a negative thought or a struggle, they add a "burden" (illustrated with heavy objects of your choice) to their already overflowing backpack. It isn't until they come across a girl named Micah who seems not only to be "backpack free" but "burden free" as well.  At the foot of the cross, Micah shows this well-meaning but misguided group of girls how to be truly free.

Themes: Laying our burdens at the cross; carrying heavy loads; giving our burdens to Jesus; dealing with life's problems; the pressures of life; stress
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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21.
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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22.
Mission Possible - Drama

When Mr. Kline, the youth leader, wants to know what service projects the youth are interested in, the teens begin to whine and complain.  "We've already done a thousand of these," says Luke.  "Can't we do something more fun?" Karen asks.  And Jordan wonders why they have to serve, when "there are plenty of other people who can do it."  Angry and disappointed, Mr. Kline relieves the youth of their "duties" claiming the point would be lost on them anyway.  He adjourns the meeting, too upset to continue.  Left alone, the three teens wonder "What's the big deal?" But then the Mission Possible Leader enters the scene.  She is sent from an "outreach program" of her own (formed by the Big Guy himself) to "help" teens such as this.  Before they know it, each teen is put in a situation that they would have never before thought possible.  Luke ends up feeling the same physical ailments as an elderly man in their neighborhood; Karen gets to see what a poor family's daughter recieves for Christmas; and Jordan finds out what it's like to freeze out on the streets.  In the end, the teens begin to see a different viewpoint when it comes to helping your neighbor and their attitude towards "service" changes drastically. 

Themes: Mission work; community service; helping others in need; volunteer work; God calls us to serve others; outreach programs; Matthew 25
Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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23.
Pearls of Wisdom - Comedy

While Red Riding Hood seeks refuge from the big bad wolf who is chasing her, she finds herself in the midst of other fairy tale characters like Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty etc. Asking for help, none of the ladies seem to take her situation seriously, since they all seem to have life issues that seem far worse than hers, and are bent on wallowing in self-pity.  Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) is forced to live with a hairy beast herself; Princess Jasmine (Aladdin) has to marry someone she doesn't love; Ariel, the little mermaid, just wants to be human, and the list of woes goes on. Each lady feel unloved, rejected, and cursed, and is therefore doomed to a life of misery.  It isn't until the Fairy Godmother and Godfather appear that the ladies realize they have self-worth and that even though they face struggles now, in the end, things will work out as they should.  Using the example of a pearl, the Godfather illustrates how pain and struggles in life can create something beautiful.

Themes: Self-esteem; self-worth; fairy tales; how God sees us; life's struggles and victories
Characters: 11 Length: 5-8 minutes
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24.
Ring of Value - Comedy

The Ref has opened his boxing ring to those who have something worth fighting for. Or so he thinks.  Instead of injustices being fought for, he finds his contestants fighting over things like who is prettier, who is the most popular or who got the highest score on a video game.  In the end, the Ref throws the contestants out of his ring and tells them to come back when they've got something worth fighting for.

Themes: Fighting for what you believe, shallow values
Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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25.
Serve to Win the Prize - 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; winning the eternal prize
Characters: 4 Length: 4-6 minutes
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26.
Showers of Blessings - Comedy

Lori has been sitting on the hill with her umbrella for 8 hours, awaiting the "showers of blessings" that God has said He will send to His people.  When her friend, Beth, shows up, the girls decide to wait together.  As the girls ponder what the scripture might actually mean, they begin to reminisce about their lives over the past few weeks.  Through their discussion, the girls begin to realize that they are already in the midst of the shower of God's blessings, and that it has nothing to do with a downpour of rain.

Themes: Recognizing God's blessings; God's work in our life
Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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27.
The Cars in Dad's Garage - Comedy

The Ford family of cars has a motto: Designed for Living.  Engineered to Last."  So, when the Ford family of cars has a problem, it's natural they turn to their mechanic dad. Young Ford Coupe was playing in the gravel and got a cracked windshield, while teenage son Ford Mustang wants to take a spin with his favorite gal, Mazda Miata.  "Tang" (as he's called) wants to look good for his date, but has a problem: his engine seems to overheat whenever Miata is near.  Not to mention Ford Focus, the small compact car is leaking fluids and needs an oil change, while Ford Taurus is discouraged because she can't compete with all the beautiful cars in Hot Rod magazine.  What's a Father Ford to do?  What any good mechanic would do: he fixes each problems as it arises.

Themes: Father's Day; father's providing for their family, comparing the care of your car to the care of your children, appreciating the things dad's do for the family
Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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28.
The Choice is Yours - Drama

When Melissa, a teenage girl, gives in to peer pressure regarding drugs and alcohol, she discovers the consequences of her choices are devastating. However, she gets a second chance to make things right, when she meets Omni, a mysterious, all knowing being. Using a "universal remote" to show her how life could be different, Omni helps Melissa see how just one decision can affect every aspect of life. 

Themes: Teens and drug/alcohol abuse; consequences of decisions; making good choices; peer pressure
Characters: 10 Length: 8-10 minutes
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29.
The Cleansing - 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: 3-5 minutes
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30.
The Rocks Cry Out - Comedy

Teens John and Tom need a substitute guitar player for their church band.  They've found the perfect person, except they are too ashamed to ask him.  Says Tom, "I don't want Joe to think I'm a religious freak!" Thus, the surrounding rocks begin to speak out, laying claim to Jesus words that if God's people are silent, even the rocks will cry out.  At first, John and Tom think the talking rocks are cool, but when they find out they were the cause, and the reasons the rocks have come to life, they begin to rethink their original position. This light-hearted comedy will appeal to both teens and adults.

Themes: Ashamed of being a Christian; talking about God; the rocks cry out if God's people don't praise Him; peer opinions
Characters: 6 Length: 8-10 minutes
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31.
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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32.
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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33.
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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34.
Trust Then Obey - Comedy

Mom and Pop, owners of "Pop's Pizza Barn", are disappointed when their idea of a restaurant in a barn doesn't quite work out.  After months of very few customers, Mom and Pop feel it's time to throw in the towel and quit.  However, their kids don't quite agree.  When Sam and Kara start hearing a mysterious "voice" no one else can hear, they believe it belongs to God, and they think He's telling them not to close up shop.  Mom and Pop remain unconvinced, so the kids turn to their Italian baker, Luigi, for help who believes them and begins preparing the pizza.  When Pop begins smelling the pizza baking, he is furious, until a stranger walks into the restaurant.  Turns out, he's a famous country singer, who's tour bus broke down nearby, and wants his "crew" to hang out at the restaurant, eat lots of pizzas and perform a few songs.  Finally, Pop understands what his kids and Luigi have been trying to tell him:  "Trust in the Lord with your whole heart..."

Themes: Trusting in God; Proverbs 3:5,6 (Trust in the Lord with all your heart...; obeying God; hearing God's voice
Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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35.
When No One is Watching - Comedy

"I've got a surprise for you," are the six little words that will soon change the lives of three teenage girls.  It seems this small youth group has been studying about the various aspects of love, including the Biblical command, "Love they neighbor as thyself."  So, when their youth group leader announces that the hunky actor and avid charity worker, Chett Adkins, is sponsoring an essay contest about what love means, the girls jump at the chance to win the grand prize: a week spent touring with Chett, working on various charity projects.    It seems the girls have everything under control until Jane, a newcomer who is slightly "different" shows up.  Now, the girls are being put to the real test to see just how far they can show love to this new "neighbor." 

Themes: Love your neighbor; kindness; compassion; who are you when no one is looking; God's chosen people
Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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36.
Whistle While You Work - Comedy

When Chad volunteered to help clean his his friend's grandma's house, it sounded like a good idea at the time.  After all, Chad was trying to impress a girl named Snow White (no relation to the Disney character).  But now that he's standing ankle deep in dust and mess on an early Saturday morning, Chad doesn't think it sound like such a good time, especially since Snow, who he thought was going to be there too, left for the Shakespeare Festival that weekend.  Now tired and grumpy, Chad wants to back out, but his friend Mickey won't let him because he's already promised his grandmother they'd help.  But while Mickey is off looking for cleaning supplies, Chad falls asleep and suddenly several people who look a lot like the 7 dwarves appear.  They claim to be JIDIS (JID-eyes): Joyful Individuals who Delight In Service. Or individually knows as: Cheerful, Blissful, Joyful, Chipper, Perky, Jolly and Sunny.  With the help of the JIDIS, Chad learns that being joyful no matter what your situation is a whole lot better than being grumpy.

Themes: Serving God with joy; finding joy in any circumstance; encouraging one another; discouraging negativity
Characters: 9 Length: 5-8 minutes
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37.
Who's Your Idol - Comedy

Based on the reality show "American Idol," this skit is a variation of one of our other skits, "America's Idol." The skit includes the same judges: Randy "What's up dawg?" Jackson, Paula "I love everybody" Abdul, and Simon "Cranky pants" Cowell, only this time they are in search of America's next perfect idol.  This year the contenders are a man who seeks pleasure in everything and a workaholic woman who worships money.  Their mottos seem to be "I deny myself nothing" and "The more money you make/spend, the happier you'll be."  There's only one contestant who doesn't quite agree: Olivia, also known as the Dynamic Disciple.  Her motto is "Fear God and keep His commands," which isn't a popular opinion with Simon.  Who will stand out in this year's search?  And, is there anything that can make Simon tremble?  

Themes: Idolatry, worshiping false gods, reality t.v., putting other things first in your life; money; pleasure; workaholics; fearing God
Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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38.
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