Worst of Sinnersby Steven Dexheimer
Based on 1 Timothy 1:12-17. Before he became Paul, apostle and tireless missionary to the Gentiles, he was Saul of Tarsus, a zealous persecutor of Christians. Taking advantage of Paul's unsavory past, Satan pays his adversary a little visit in an effort to derail his ministry. Although Paul admits to being the "worst of sinners," he reminds Satan that Christ's mercy and forgiveness has freed him (and all believers) from the mistakes of the past.
Skit for I Corinthians 13by Sylvia Maltzman
This is a paraphrased and choreographed presentation of I Corinthians 13, the "love chapter" of the New Testament. It has minimal costuming and minimal props. It should be suitable for teens in the middle school through high school age range.
Psalm 19 Skitby Sylvia Maltzman
This skit is a paraphrased and choreographed presentation of Psalm 19. The costumes and possibly the lighting effects are more sophisticated than my Psalm 1 skit, but this is such a beautiful Psalm, the effort is well worth it.
Psalm 1 Skitby Sylvia Maltzman
This skit enables a small group to act out Psalm 1 with minimal props and scenery. There is some paraphrasing and a little bit of slapstick involved. It's essentially the Psalm in its entirety, simply choreographed. It is suitable for middle school through senior high kids.
My Son!........Mother!by Jeanne E Webster
Agonizing hours later, amongst the crowds, Mary catches a glimpse of a man struggling to carry a wooden beam that is strapped to his shoulders. This is surely a criminal off to his death on the hill
Pirates of the Mediterranean NxGen Nancyby Tim Pickl
After traveling backward in time to the 17th Century, Nancy meets Captain Blackheart on the mighty pirate ship The Black Raven. While showing the Captain the "NxGen" time displacement device, they are
Behold I Give You Powerby Fenny West
Disciples were empowered and sent out two by two and they went preaching the gospel healing the sick, casting out demons. They were excited as they returned to give the good report to Jesus.
Salvation is the greatest Miracle.
You Must Be Born Againby Fenny West
During an outreach, Christian witnesses to an unsaved church-goer. Others believers can be in the background witnessing to others or giving out tracts)
Amazing Grace ( Musical)by Fenny West
Musical to accompany this enduring song that speaks of God's wonderful gift of salvation, His amazing grace, O how sweet the sound to a wretch like me, once lost but now found, cleansed, restored, given hope by the God of Hope.
Welcome to my world!by Praise S
This is a Story of a person born with disabilities. A person who cannot see, hear to talk. but how one day the Lord visits him and his world changes completely. I havent ever experienced this sort of a thing in my life ever but This was the Lord who lead me to write this and share it with everyone. So Let him who has eyes see and Let him who has ears hear and understand. Says the word of God.
Good News in Bethlehemby Tim Pickl
It's only a few days before Christmas, and Bob and Marcia finally have some time to relax. It's been a harrowing month of shopping, wrapping and preparing for all 24 grandchildren who will be coming over tomorrow.
BLESSED REDEEMER a short playby Richard L. Provencher
Having fun and laughing is the right of all Christians. God wants us to encourage each other as well as the world so they may wish to learn the source of our attitude; Jesus Christ and His saving grace.
The emphasis in these nativity scenes is to highlight some of the results of Christ's coming into the world.
The idea is to take a contemporary and multimedia approach, deconstructing the hype of Christmas and presenting the essence of what really counts in this season.
The form is something of a collage of different representations of the elements of the Christmas story, to illuminate the essence of Christmas.
The WWI events which inspired much of the action are true. It is hoped that the cause of reconciliation and fresh dialogue between historical enemies will be encouraged through this production.
Bible Skit for Kids from Numbers 12by Jessica Gerald
The story of Miriam and Aaron criticizing Moses and being punished for it is not one of the well-known Bible stories. So when we needed a skit on this passage for a Sunday School lesson, we couldn't find one. So I wrote this little play.