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FEATURED SKITS

Halloween
(5 Skits) 
Deception at my Door
Garbage In, Garbage Out
The Devil Ain't Happy with this Halloween
Trick or Treat
Fear Pays A Visit
 
   
Family Relationships
(13 Skits) 
The Grandparent Chapter
When I Was Little
We Are Family
Remember When Part 2
The Family Quilt
More than Enough
The Cars in Dad's Garage
Remember When
Hark on the Ark
When the Rains Came
Family Values
Traditional Values
More to this Life
  
   
Pastor Appreciation
(3 Skits) 
Jack of All Trades
Search Committee
I've Got a Secret
   
Harvest Themes
(4 Skits) 
Seeds of the Harvest
Harvest Moo
A Harvest Tale
The Harvest
  
   
Thanksgiving/ Blessings
(12 Skits) 
Enter Into His Gates
Ingratitude Syndrome
Glory Rocks
Thanksgiving Stuffing
Thanksgiving Police
A Thankful Heart Wish
Doubly Blessed
Fill My Cup
A Grateful Heart
Hark on the Ark
Showers of Blessings
Way Down in my Heart
   
Christmas
(17 Skits) 
Reporting from Bethlehem
A Modern Day Birth
The Christmas Addition
Operation Grinch
The Ginger Man's Christmas
Gathering of Angels
If There Was No Jesus
Love is the Greatest Gift
Room with a View
A Manger Scene
The Greatest Gift of All
The Popularity Contest
Christ in Christmas
Hark on the Ark
Shine On
I'm So Blue
Traditional Values
 
   
Deception at my Door - Comedy

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Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Gossip, Anger and Envy are on their first assignment to "tear down" a woman named Jane.  One by one, they knock on her door asking her to let them come in.  She resists at first, recognizing them for what they are.  However, when Satan comes to check on his "minions" he tells them they have to use a disguise if they want to get "in," saying if humans are unaware of who you really are, "they will welcome you in with open arms."  When the trio comes back disguised as a Prayer Warrior, Love, and Success, Jane does exactly as Satan had predicted: she welcomed them in.  It doesn't take long for Jane to begin succumbing to an "evil" way of thinking, and the trio is happy until Jesus shows up, knocking on the door, requesting some private time with Jane.  The demons begin to tremble as Jesus reveals who they really are, and Jane finally realizes the only voice she must be tuned into belongs to Jesus. 

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Garbage In, Garbage Out - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Somehow, teenage girl Holly has talked her friend Vanessa into watching a scary horror flick, and now, frightened and upset, Vanessa regrets it.  While Vanessa is nearly scared to death, Holly claims she isn't bothered by such things.  That is, until several eerie events begin to occur:  the phone continues to ring even though the cord has obviously been severed; odd creaking noises are heard coming from the attic; an axe is found in the living room; random slow knocking is heard at the front door; and a man in a Friday the 13th mask slowly opens the door.  The girls have convinced themselves a serial killer is on the loose and that they will soon be chopped to bits! However, when the masked man turns out to be Holly's brother home from his hockey game, the girls quickly learn there is a simple and non-threatening explanation for all the occurrences that have taken place that evening.  In the end, the girls learn that what you put into your mind will ultimately affect your thoughts and actions. 

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The Devil Ain't Happy with this Halloween - Comedy/Drama

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Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Fran has vowed never to let her children participate in Halloween but this year a friend of hers is sharing some unusual views about the "evil" holiday.  Barb and her family have been trying to change the "spirit" of Halloween in her neighborhood for the last few years, and it seems to be catching on.  Instead of witches and goblins, creepy and scary, Barb and her family have opted to be the "friendliest house in town."  Not only that, they've begun to silently witness for God by showing traits of friendship, service and kindness to all those who come to their door. They provide hot chocolate on chilly evenings, park benches for parents to sit on and much more.  Now, the whole neighborhood is catching this new Halloween fever!  Can it really be true that God can even use something like Halloween to reach His people?  Barb seems to think so, because as the old saying goes, "the proof is in the pudding."

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Trick or Treat - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

When two teens express remorse over past Halloween "pranks," they decide not to participate in any future Halloween endeavors.  However, it won't be so easy to convince their other friends to do the same, especially since one of them seems to enjoy Halloween a little "too much."  Even if the friends can be convinced, is there any "fun" way to celebrate Halloween?

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Fear Pays A Visit - Monologue

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Characters: 1 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

This is a monologue personifying Fear.  Fear is portrayed as a person, talking to the audience, telling them how many times he (or she) has been with them: particularly in situations they may have never considered before.  However, this is not obvious to the audience at the beginning.  As the skit develops, the audience begins to "catch on," until Fear finally reveals himself near the end.

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The Grandparent Chapter - Comedy

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Characters: 2 Length: 4-5 minutes more info and to purchase

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.

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When I Was Little - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

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.

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We Are Family - Comedy

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Characters: 7 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Using the letters that spell out the word "family," one group of family members recounts what being a family means to them.  F is for "firsts" - first words, first steps, first time you get the keys to the car etc. A is for "adjustments" families have to make when things don't go according to plan, like your son not being athletic or mom having to go back to work. M is for "memories" - favorite family trips, pets, and holidays. I is for "ideals" -  the values we want to pass on to children. For instance, "Everything in moderation," or "Treat others the way you want to be treated." L stands for "love" - unconditional love, like when your grandson burns holes in your new carpet. Y is for all the "years" families have together.  A main point is that while all families look and act differently, it's nice to be surrounded by people who love, support and care about each other above all else. 

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Remember When Part 2 - Comedy

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Characters: 10 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

If you liked the nostalgic feeling you got remembering the "good old days" in the appropriately titled skit "Remember When," then you may also enjoy this sequel.  This skits picks up a few years later after the wedding of Jack and Melissa, who are now expecting their first child.  Since Melissa has been feeling a bit down, due to hormones and anxiety over becoming a new mom, Jack decides to throw her a "cheering up" party, in which he has gathered their parents and grandparents to attend. Through a series of events, talk drifts back and forth about what life was like "way back when:" when catching fireflies on the front porch took up a whole evening; when indoor plumbing wasn't heard of; and when having a weapon at school meant you were caught with a slingshot. 

Whether you use this skit by itself or in conjunction with its prequel "Remember When," it will have you reminiscing about your own childhood and the days of yore.   

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The Family Quilt - Comedy

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Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Three generations of women have gathered to sew the family quilt: Grandma, her three adult daughters, and one grown granddaughter.  Normal family discussion ensues as the women talk about various patches and memories that are displayed on the quilt.  The granddaughter recognizes a patch from her baby blanket, a daughter sees the material from the dress she was wearing when her husband proposed, and another daughter recognizes the material from her favorite curtains as a child.  All is well, as each woman reflects on their individual memories, until a flaw is discovered on the quilt: Rachel, the grandaughter, has used various colors of thread on her sections of the quilt, instead of the uniform white thread the others are using.  At first the mistake seems huge and Rachel, though heartbroken at her mistake, is willing to tear out the work and start over.  However, the wisdom of her Grandma is shown, as Grandma begins to recount the ways a quilt is like a family.  "The flaws are what make us unique....although each piece is different when it's all together it's beautiful...sewn together, each piece is stronger than when it's alone..."  Little by little the family realizes that instead of a huge mistake, a new story has been woven into the fabric of their  life on that day, like so many other patches on the quilt.  In the end, the family sees how they are more like a quilt than they ever would have thought. 

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More than Enough - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Seeking some quality family time, a Mom high-jacks her family and brings them to her uncle's cabin, once a favorite family destination.  However, when Dad pulls out his laptop and announces he's got work to do, and her two teenagers would rather play video games and talk on their cell phones, Mom calls upon God for help, announcing, "This is not the quality family time I had in mind." Within seconds, the batteries in her son's video game go dead; her daughter's cell phone suddenly has no reception; and the electricity goes off, leaving her husband's laptop useless.  Stranger yet, the cooler once filled with only sodas and cheese & crackers now mysteriously contains all of her family's favorites foods, including hot dogs, "fluffer nutters," s'mores and watermelon.  This "feast" leads to a campfire, family sing-a-longs, canoe races, and more, all of which bring the family closer together, wishing they had more days like this to spend together.  In the end, even when the electricity comes back on the family chooses to stay united together, it allows the Mom to marvel at how God always provides "more than enough." 

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The Cars in Dad's Garage - Comedy

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Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

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.

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Remember When - Comedy

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Characters: 8 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

Jack and Melissa wait for their families to arrive, the day of their wedding rehearsal dinner.  When the family finally arrives, the focus seems to be on Jack and Melissa's grandparents: her grandfather is hard of hearing which is perfect since his wife talks loud all the time; and Jack's grandfather seems to forget his age, trying to do the things he did when he was young, while his wife is very animated and lively.  A discussion ensues about how times have changed over the years, both for the good and the bad. For anyone who remembers a time when people didn't have to lock their doors, when gas was a quarter and a party line meant a telephone, this skit will make you nostalgic for the past.

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Hark on the Ark - Comedy

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Characters: 10 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

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.

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When the Rains Came - Comedy

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Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

The three little pigs are all grown up and Mother Pig encourages them to "marry and build homes of their own." When Daisy Pig asks "What kinds of things should we choose to build our homes?" her mother replies, "Think back to your own childhood: recall those moments that made you the happiest.  Remember the the things that brought you comfort and made you feel safe.  Build your home upon those things."  However, Mother Pig is later shocked when she finds out the real causes of her daughter's happiness: one daughter is obsessed with wealth; another with perfection.  But what about the third daughter? Just maybe she has found the real source of a happy home: a solid foundation.  Can a Mother Pig dare to dream?

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Family Values - Comedy

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Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

Kathy wants her way.  Her brother wants his way.  Mom wants things her way, and Dad would be happy if he could just get some dinner.  This skit transports you into the living room of the average American family, where conflicts abound, and resolutions are scarce. How can this family learn to live with each other in peace and harmony?  The answer may be as easy as a click of a button.

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Traditional Values - Comedy/Drama

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Characters: 2 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

As a newlywed couple begins planning their first Christmas together, they realize their expectations for the event differ dramatically.  The husband refers to his wife as a "princess," while she thinks he is a "country hick."  Eventually, these two must work out their differences.  But how?  Told in a two part-skit,  this skit illustrates the value of compromise and uniting as "one."

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More to this Life - Drama

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Characters: 3 Length: 4-6 minutes more info and to purchase

Richard's father-in-law is deteriorating under the effects of Alzheimer's disease. Richard is having a hard time coping.  He begins to search for some kind of meaning in life, while his wife and son turn to "aura cleansing" and rubbing magic stones for emotional relief.  Richard thinks they're both nuts, and wants to find peace in something other than the usual life remedies.

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Jack of All Trades -

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When Tony, a young and eager seminary student, shows up to job shadow Pastor Jack for the day, he learns that a pastor must possess more skills than just knowing the Bible and counseling people.  Jack tells Tony that a pastor must have a sense of humor to deal with some of the day-to-day craziness; have the patience of Job; and drive a car with good gas mileage.  And it's not just the pastor, but the pastor's wife as well: she should probably love kids, know how to cook and be as flexible as a rubberband.  Essentially, a pastor is a "jack of all trades," not only knowing the Bible but knowing how to fix leaky toilets and broken door knobs as well. When Tony asks Pastor Jack if it's all worth it, Jack responds honestly by saying "yes."  When Tony has his doubts, Jack shows Tony a hand-written note he received from a church member, detailing how if it wasn't for Pastor Jack and his wife, she would never have come to know Christ.  And according to Pastor Jack, "that's what makes it all worthwhile."

 

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Search Committee - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Set back in Bible times, when a pastor retires from the church to pursue a new and different lifestyle (becoming a shepherd), it's up to the church's search committee to find a suitable replacement.  They throw around names like Moses, Solomon and Samson but they each have various "flaws" that prevent them from being an ideal pastor: Moses gets nervous in front of people and stutters; Solomon has too many wives to house in the church parsonage; and Samson is single and a hippie!  It seems that no person is right for their church, until they remember someone who would be perfect for the job: YOUR pastor.  By using a "fill in the blank" system, this skit allows you to insert the name of your current pastor and honor him/her by speaking of the traits you admire and appreciate most about them.  This humorous skit pays homage to some of the most memorable Bible characters, but leaves room for you to customize and pay tribute to your current pastor.  Perfect for Pastor Appreciation Day or any time you want to give your pastor some encouragement. 

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I've Got a Secret - Comedy

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As a contestant on the game show, "I've Got a Secret" Bob Newford definitely has one that he think will stump the panelists: Bob is a pastor and he wants people to know that pastors are people too.  According to Bob, a lot of people think "pastors just sit around all day and pray and read their Bibles.  But there.s a lot more to us than that.  Our job description may be different than most people but inside, we.re just like everyone else, with hobbies, interests, feelings, imperfections and problems."  When the panelists begin to question Bob about his secret, they think they've got him all figured out, but do they really have a clue?  And just where is Bob's Bible and if he's really a pastor, what's he doing on a game show anyway?  Find the answers in this light-hearted look at what being a pastor is really all about. Perfect for Pastor Appreciation days.

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Seeds of the Harvest - Comedy/Drama

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Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

The seeds are alive and giving Farmer a hard time! It's planting season but the seeds don't want to wait for the great soil Farmer is preparing for them, since they want to be planted NOW!  Much to Farmer's horror, the seeds begin to get rebellious and start jumping into the first soil they find. It's not apparent to them at first, but their lives are about to get complicated and filled with poking thorns, hungry birds, and unyielding rocks.    Only one seed has heeded Farmer's warning and as the others begin to struggle, they wish they would have listened and waited.

A fun take based on the parable of the sower found in Matthew 13:3-9.

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Harvest Moo - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

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.

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A Harvest Tale - Comedy

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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.

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The Harvest - Comedy

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Two scarecrows "guarding" a large cornfield notice there's much work to be done in the field but very few workers to do it.  On a scorching harvest day Jane, a young teen finds herself harvesting corn alone.  When a few friends drop by she thinks she's finally found some help with her task, only to discover that no one is willing to lend a hand to a girl in "a dirty corn field." Finally, Jane's mom shows up with some recruits, but it seems they're only interested in complaining, drinking Diet Coke and resting in the cool shade.  All help and hope seems lost, until help comes in the form of two unlikely sources: the scarecrows.

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Enter Into His Gates - Comedy

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Based on Psalm 100: "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name."

With a funny take on the Psalm, a group of students misinterpret the overall meaning and "heart" of the scripture, as they are all waiting to enter into His gates and courts:

-Fred is dressed as a pilgrim and has a picnic basket full of thanksgiving dinner items because he can't think of "entering his gates with thanksgiving" with any more spirit than this

-Fiona feels giving praise means showering those around her with compliments

-Sherry goes overboard in her thankfulness, being thankful from everything from her feet to how wonderfully a basket is woven

-Louis is dressed and ready to play basketball because he thinks God's "courts" are basketball courts, while Barb is ready to play tennis, and Kurt is preparing a case for a courtroom

-Leah randomly shouts out strange but silly words, while trying to make joyful noises

-And Ben sings crazy songs at random because he believes he should enter God's presence with singing

Meanwhile, Mona is trying quietly to read a book, but when she notices her friends acting "nuts" she feels it necessary to step in and set them straight on the TRUE meaning of the scriptures.  But the friends aren't buying it and think she's the crazy one for not being fully prepared.

 (The excerpt below was taken from the middle of the skit)

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Ingratitude Syndrome - Comedy

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It seems all Don can do is complain: it's too hot it's; too cold; it's too dry; it's too wet etc.  He has trouble finding the bright side of anything, which is why his wife, Kay, has "dragged" him to see a doctor.  Kay is hoping the doctor can give Don something to cure his attitude.  This proves to be difficult, since Don claims there is nothing wrong with him, and insists the whole visit is a complete waste of time.  After speaking with Don for a few short minutes, it becomes clear to the Doctor what Kay is talking about.  After running a few "tests," the Doctor diagnoses Don with a severe case of Ingratitude Syndrome, as well as finding a large mass of negativity surrounding his heart.  If things don't change soon, Don is told he has only 2-3 months of quality life left - he's not physically dying, but soon any friends and family he has left will have deserted him due to his negativity.  The Doctor gives Don some simple tips on how to change his behavior, and in the end, Kay is ecstatic with Don's new results.

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Glory Rocks - Comedy

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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. 

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Thanksgiving Stuffing - Comedy

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When a group of elementary students devour a table full of Thanksgiving food, their teacher relates it to being hungry for God's word.

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Thanksgiving Police - Comedy

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When Linda answers her door to find a policeman standing there, she automatically assumes the worst; however, after several assurances that her family members are alive and well, she finds the real reason the policeman is at her door.  It seems Linda and her family have not been thankful enough over the last several months (and in some cases years), and the Department of Thankful Living has sent an officer to their home to investigate.  The officer opens his record book and begins to find a list of "crimes," mainly due to ingratitude and negativity.  For instance, the teenage daughter failed to be thankful for the new haircut that finally got her noticed by the boy she likes at school; Linda complained about having to buy a new wardrobe after her recent weight loss ("I look like a Shar-pei puppy when I get dressed!") instead of being thankful for her new physique; and Dan complains about everything from the neighbor's barking dog to the fact that his wife spends too much money.  Once the officer compiles the evidence, the family is charged with various crimes such as "Petty Theft" and "Robbery"--Stealing the smallest joys out of life and robbing yourself and others of true happiness and contentment; and "Attempted Murder": Attempting to kill thankfulness by smothering it with negativity. In the end, the family must pay for their "crimes" in jail and learn to be rehabilitated.


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A Thankful Heart Wish - Comedy

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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.

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Doubly Blessed - Comedy

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Four women, each in need of a blessing, listen and obey the Holy Spirit's leading.  Jaycee needs a babysitter; Pam needs assurance God has not forsaken her; Fran needs help writing a research paper; and Lorna needs a main course to serve the dinner guests she's about to have any minute.  In each situation, the Holy Spirit guides the women to be a blessing to each other.  In the process of giving a blessing, each woman also receives the very blessing she was seeking.

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Fill My Cup - Comedy

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Four women who are each facing a specific challenge in their life, have mysteriously been called to a conference room by Connie, who some know only as "the crazy cup lady." The women all attend the same church but do not know each other, and none of them know why they have been told to meet in the room. It doesn't help that when Connie appears she performs some strange "ritual" with her coffee mug, talking to it and patting it.  The women begin to think Connie is nuts, but when she gives each woman her own cup and instructs them to begin filling it up, they decide to play along. In the end, the women realize Connie is not as crazy as she appears to be: the "cup" is only a symbol of each woman's soul and spirit and represents the idea that if we trust God, He will fill our "cups" until they overflow with His blessings.

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A Grateful Heart - Comedy

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

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Showers of Blessings - Comedy

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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.

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Way Down in my Heart - Comedy

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Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

This is a "female" version of my skit "Deep in My Heart."  It is similar in content, however it deals with issues more appealing to women. Paula has lost her joy and can't seem to find it anywhere.  She's looked in the refrigerator, near her  famous cheesecake; in the closet, where her brand new Donna Karen designer coat hangs; and even inside her cute little shoes!  But no matter where Paula looks, her joy is nowhere to be found.  Not even a call to the 911 operator can help her.  After all else fails, Paula finally looks in the least likely of places and discovers her joy wasn't missing at all, just misplaced.

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Reporting from Bethlehem - Comedy

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Characters: 14 Length: 10-12 minutes more info and to purchase

It's a big night in Bethlehem: it seems a new King has just been born and KJOY News Reporter, Carol Jensen, is trying to get the scoop. Trouble is, her Anchorman boss, Jim Banks, wants nothing to do with the story. As far as he's concerned, pursuing the story is a huge waste of time! But as Carol persists, she interviews the Innkeeper (a Bronx-like tough guy) and little Donkey who came all the way from Nazareth carrying a very special lady. A breaking news story begins to unfold and Carol begins to dig a little deeper, much to the dismay of her boss. Interviews with the Shepherd "Dudes", a gnarly sheep, a "diva" Northern Star, and some lost Wise Men further convince Carol this is a story worth airing. But when Carol sees the baby Jesus for herself, she realizes that while this is the biggest story to date, some things are meant to be held as sacred and holy. Deciding not to air the story, Carol instead simply breathes in the most holy night of all. The ending to this skit has the opportunity for the manger scene to be presented, and the director has the choice to end it there or sing any song or hymn of his/her choice.

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A Modern Day Birth - Comedy/Drama

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Characters: 15 Length: 15-20 minutes more info and to purchase

How would the Christmas story have been different if Jesus had been born in our world today? That's what Gramps and his granddaughter, Meg, are trying to find out. Meg thinks life may have been easier for Mary if she had more of the "comforts" of today, and "Jesus wouldn't have to be born in a barn with a bunch of smelly animals!"  Using their imaginations, Gramps and Meg begin to think what this "alternate Christmas story" would have been like.  It doesn't take long to discover that it wouldn't be pretty.  The three Wise Men have been replaced by Oprah, Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz; Jerry Springer tries to prove the paternity of the baby Jesus; the Shepherds aren't afraid of the Angel at all and instead want to call Ghosthunters so they can be on tv; and Mary doesn't understand why all her friends are "unfriending" her on Facebook.  As Gramps points out, "That wouldn't be the humble beginnings God had in mind, and the focus wouldn't be where it needed to be: on God's love for us.  In the end, Meg discovers she likes the original Christmas story much better and asks Gramps to tell it to her one more time, allowing the true Christmas story to unfold for the audience. 

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The Christmas Addition - Comedy

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Characters: 17 Length: 10-15 minutes more info and to purchase

Chaos ensues in a normal family household, when members of a nativity set begin to clash with the more traditional decorations of Christmas. Everything was going fine at first: Tree felt that since nearly every household has a tree where everyone gathers on Christmas, then the holiday must begin and end with him. The Red and Green Ornaments, along with the Christmas Lights felt they make everything in the season more beautiful, while the Gifts were sure they were the best part of Christmas.  Even the Nutcracker felts he played an important role because it's his job to watch over and protect everyone, keeping all the holiday decorations safe. But when they all witness the new addition of the nativity set being added to the decor, everyone shows concern, since they have no idea who these people are. Only the Angel atop the Christmas Tree is delighted with their presence, since she has been awaiting their arrival in the household for a long time. As the nativity characters begin to tell their story (with comedic undertones), the other decorations begin to see why the baby lying in the manger is the real star of Christmas, and they learn how there can be room for all of them at Christmas.

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Operation Grinch - Comedy

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Characters: 12 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

Based off of Dr. Seuss's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," this skit is about a boy who takes matters into his own hands and decides to "steal" Christmas from his greedy and selfish friends.

When Sam hears his friends talking about all the "STUFF" they've asked for at Christmas, he becomes sickened by their greed and selfishness.  It becomes especially difficult in light of another friend's situation: her family, who was struggling to get by financially has learned that her father has had to take a pay cut or lose his job entirely.  What was already a "just getting by" situation has become much more serious.  This, contrasted to his other friends, who are asking for 4-wheelers, expensive gaming systems, and fur-lined boots make Sam decide to teach his greedy friends a lesson.  With the help of his younger sister, Maddie, Sam plans on "stealing from the rich and greedy, and giving to the poor and needy."  But his plans go awry when he gets caught. Sam must then face the consequences of his own sinful actions, and set right what was not his to judge in the first place.  He is told "Jesus came to give everyone a better life, not just those who deserve it."  In the end, Sam and his friends learn some valued lessons about greed, friendship, and love. 

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The Ginger Man's Christmas - Comedy

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Characters: 9 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

This skit was originally written for entertainment purposes without a "spiritual" theme; however, the main idea of the skit is to be yourself and let your own unique abilities shine.  This would be perfect for a school setting or a Christmas program outside of church.

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. 

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Gathering of Angels - Comedy

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Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

The time is nearing for Jesus' introduction to the world and God has requested His angels find a way to announce the news to the humans involved, like Joseph, Mary and the shepherds.  So Zuriel, the head angel, calls a meeting with three other angels to discuss the best way to approach the humans with this great news. The only problem is they are having a hard time coming up with an idea that will not appear scary, creepy, freaky, strange, weird, or bizarre to the earthlings.  One angel wants to send Mary a letter announcing “You may have already been selected to carry God’s child! and another angel thinks impersonating a sheep to tell the shepherds about Jesus' arrival is a good idea.  In the end, one angel suggests simply appearing to them and telling them not to be afraid might be the best solution.  Zuriel likes the idea but the others feel the humans will never "go for it,"  so Zuriel is left to take matters into her own hands.

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If There Was No Jesus - Comedy/Drama

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Characters: 6 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

When two adult sisters and their families spend Christmas Eve together, the conservation turns to exploring what life would be like today if Jesus had never been born. As one character states, "It would be like winter year round but never Christmas." Others remark that all hope would be gone, and we would be lost and separated from God.  A few of the characters share their past circumstances and lament on how different their lives would have been if it were not for the hope and love of Jesus. 

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Love is the Greatest Gift - Comedy

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Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

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.

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Room with a View - Comedy

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Characters: 6 Length: 10-12 minutes more info and to purchase

It would be a quiet night at the stable in Bethlehem except that the animals can't sleep. It seems that a bright and mysterious light is shining through the window; not to mention the large crowd of people that have gathered in the city over the last few days.  With a strange "vibe" felt in the air, Mac (horse), Buford (cow) and Sheba (sheep) wonder what's going on.  Then Remmy, a small donkey from Nazareth, enters the building.  She's tired after her long journey and looks forward to her bed of hay. However, when her masters, Joseph and Mary, also show up in the stable, it seems Remmy has some explaining to do to the other animals. Remmy begins to clear up the mystery of why a bright star has suddenly appeared in the sky: "It's sign," she says, "that a King is coming." But the other animals misunderstand Remmy's reference to a "King" and they begin to prepare for a visit from Royalty, by polishing their hooves and combing their wool.  When the animals discover that the "King" is a baby, they are disappointd at first but then realize they are witness to a historical event: the birth of a savior. 

Told from the animal's point of view, before the wise men or shepherds came, the Christmas Story, is presented in a completely unique and different way, yet the overall meaning remains the same: Jesus birth is truly a miracle to behold.

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A Manger Scene - Comedy

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Characters: 15 Length: 10-15 minutes more info and to purchase

This traditional Christmas story is told with a bit of humor, including Joseph who thinks Mary's "surprise" involves a new 4-wheel drive off-roader wagon and an innkeeper who speaks only in rhyme.  Throw in a "directionally challenged" Star who can't seem to find the stable, two clueless shepherds, a sheep who thinks her wool makes her look fat, and three Wise Men who are trying to prove how smart they are by playing "Jeopardy," and you've got the makings of a traditional story told in a non-traditional way.  The skit ends on a more serious note but the rest of the story is presented in a laid back and fun way, while keeping the original theme and message in tact. 

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The Greatest Gift of All - Comedy

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Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

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 who is the true reason for the holiday season: Jesus.

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The Popularity Contest - Comedy

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Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

Who is more popular at Christmas: Santa or Jesus? Well, that's exactly what Santa intends to find out.  Santa has been up all night doing research on his computer.  Mrs. Claus is horrified to find out Santa has "googled" Jesus.  "Is that even allowed?" she wants to know.  But according to Santa, anyone can be googled, even Jesus.  After all, Santa believes it's important to keep an eye on his competition.  His research shows gift giving is down and letters to Santa have slacked off, while more people are saying prayers and attending church instead of Christmas shopping. Santa feels more and more people are relying on Jesus instead of him, and he doesn't like it one bit! So, he sets a meeting with Jesus to discuss who should have the rightful place of honor at Christmas.  After all, Santa feels that while Jesus may have laid claims to the holiday first, he (Santa) has really made it into what it is today.  Through their discussion, Santa begins to realize he has lost the focus of what Christmas really is and he learns that Jesus isn't so bad after all, and that perhaps their is room during the holidays for the both of them. 

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Christ in Christmas - Drama

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Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes more info and to purchase

It's a typical winter afternoon: Mom is addressing Christmas cards, Dad is reading the paper and their daughter, Sally is painting her nails.  With each turn of the newspaper, Dad feels more and more that Christmas has become commercialized and the society has taken "Christ" out of Christmas. He feels society in general thinks the only good presents are the biggest and most expensive, and that no one thinks of anyone but himself.  In the midst of all his musings, the family discusses many upcoming activities like distributing winter coats their neighborhood has collected, sending phone cards to military personnel overseas, a live nativity and "adopting" a family for Christmas; however, the family seems oblivious to all the "Christ-like" activities they and many others are actually participating in. This begs the question, while commercialism does play a part in our society, have we completely taken Christ out of our Christmas?

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Shine On - Comedy

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Characters: 9 Length: 8-10 minutes more info and to purchase

It's time to decorate for Christmas and Jen has just taken out her box of Christmas lights.  The lights are anxious to get on the tree and begin to shine, as they were created to do.  However, one seemingly innocent comment from Jen sends the lights spiraling into a "fade out."  Orange doesn't think he belongs in a "Christmas set," Yellow thinks she'll never be as pretty as Purple, and Blue seems destined to have a "blue Christmas."  By the time the Christmas Star arrives three lights have already burned completely out, and those that remain are fading fast.  Star begins to shine his light through the others and soon all the lights begin to glow like they never have before.

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I'm So Blue - Comedy

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Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes more info and to purchase

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. 

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