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A Good Good Friday
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In this pre-EASTER skit, on a Good Friday, a group of young people from a public school are heading on a field trip to the museum. They board a subway train and find a few younger kids in their car. Those kids are heading to a play about the crucifixion of Jesus and a discussion begins about what Good Friday is all about and the real meaning of Easter. Two of the kids begin a strong witness as they share the gospel, and one boy in particular shows a great interest.

13 speaking parts (mostly teen and some younger) 6 male and 7 female (can be adjusted) About 15-16 minutes. Learn More
A Little Fender Bender
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Daryl has an accident that turns out to be a little fender bender when it should have been much worse. However, he doesn't seem to realize that he has God to thank for keeping him safe. When an old friend comes by, he tells her about all the big events and close calls he has had recently, and still does not give credit to the Lord for his blessings. The friend shares how she and her husband are trusting God for providing their needs, and he still seems clueless to his unthankful spirit. A man comes by who convinces Daryl that he is a "messenger of God" and he has been protecting Daryl for years. He gets him to realize how he has neglected to give thanks for all that God has been doing in his life. He has a change and ends up giving to the friend who really has a need, because he is thankful for what he has been given.

3 men and 1 woman. Close to 10 mins. Learn More
A Mother's Heart
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In this MOTHER'S DAY skit, two sisters are trying to decide what to do for Mom on Mother's Day. (could easily be 2 brothers) They toss ideas back and forth but nothing seems right. What they really want to do is something that is really on their mother's heart. One of them gets her prayer journal and begins reading her personal prayers, as the other one objects to this invasion of privacy. But when they hear what their mom prays for each of them... they quickly sober up to the truth that the best present would be for them to change some things about themselves.

(2 actors. Only about 8 minutes) Learn More
An Important Find
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At a family reunion, several cousins get together to plan some type of tribute to their grandmother. As they think of things to do, they begin looking through a box of her things. When they come across her old prayer journal and begin reading the things she prayed for each of them, it really touches their hearts.



5 adult actors (3 male, 2 female. Could be easily changed to all female) About 10 mins. Learn More
Benjamin Franklin
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Good for INDEPENDENCE DAY. This is not a drama but more of a collection of facts concerning Franklin. (Mostly his accomplishments and especially the inventions) They could be read or memorized and done in any type of presentation. This is taken from the larger productions of "Founders of Freedom" and "God Bless Our Land."

This script is free. You can simply open the excerpt and then cut and paste it to your own document. The entire script is there for you. Do not use the "add to cart" button unless you are also purchasing another script. Your credit card will not be accepted for a zero amount.

Any number can be used from just a few up to 30. 10-12 minutes. Free script. Learn More
But It's My Money!
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A married couple are having a discussion about giving money to the church. The first part takes place at home as they are getting ready to go to the church for a pledge dinner. The second part takes place at the dinner at their table as they discuss how much to pledge. A lot of the arguments as to why one might not want to give to the church are brought up in the sketch and also the scriptural reasons as to why you should. Humorous and serious all at the same time.

Two actors. (male and female) Only about 12-13 minutes. Learn More
Choices
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Brad and Angie are moving to another state because of a job offer. Angie (being upset and emotional) is struggling with leaving family behind and they have a discussion about their feelings and what God is doing in their lives. This is also a scene in the play, "Wherever We Are."

One couple. Easy set, a few pieces of furniture. 10 minutes.

This is a free script and is shown here in it's entirety. Just click "learn more" or the title to read it. You may copy and paste it to your own document, or add to cart if you are also purchasing another script. Learn More
Count All My Blessings
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This short drama is about taking the time to count your blessings and be thankful for what you have. A window clerk at the post office hears one sad story after another that makes her think twice about her own complaints. The humor comes from the actress playing the clerk, as she hears the stories, she begins to become emotional and then loses control of her emotions when she hears the fifth story. The point is clearly made... and you can go out with a laugh as this poor woman loses it.

6 actresses. (Some of the parts can be easily re-written to be male) About 10-12 mins. Learn More
Feels Like Home
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Two young couples are helping an older couple move into their new home. All three families are new to the area and they discover that they are all believers and talk about the church they go to. Although moving can be difficult, it shows how God is in it and can bring blessings along to give you some encouragement. This is also a scene from the play, "Wherever We Are."

3 men, 3 women, and one child. set can include a few boxes and a couch. 10 minutes

This is a free script and is shown here in it's entirety. Just click "learn more" or the title to read it. You may copy and paste it to your own document, or add to cart if you are also purchasing another script. Learn More
Gillian's Island - part 1
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This is a humorous sketch about having our anchor in Christ, otherwise we could drift and become shipwrecked in our faith. It is obviously a rip-off of a popular TV show from the 60's. Two gals, Pepper and Carrie Anne have met and are taking a short cruise around Catalina Island with a female skipper. But the skipper gets off the boat to gas up and the girls fall asleep to wake up and find that they have drifted way out to sea. Pepper is played over the top as a dumb actress and they deal with possible sharks and rocks and the fear of shipwreck. Even though they cry out to God in prayer... they find themselves at the end on an island where someone named Gillian is also stranded. There are sequels that you can get to follow this sketch, parts 2 and 3. Or if you want all three, go to the general Christian script category and scroll till you find "Gillian's Island - The Play". You save a little money by buying the play rather than the three skits.

3 females plus one extra. About 12-13 min. (the part of Skippie could be played as a male) Learn More
Gillian's Island 2
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This is a sequel to Gillian's Island, obviously. If you want to continue the story, the girls from the first sketch have arrived on the beach of a deserted island only to find that there are other people already shipwrecked there. The characters are loosely based on the TV sitcom of the 60's. Carrie Ann is the Christian and she tries to be helpful as she runs up against a very disagreeable rich man who doesn't want more mouths to feed. Pepper is the ditzy actress who usually has the comedy lines. The actress and the billionaire are a lot more fun if you play them just like the characters from the old show. There are sequels (one before and one after) that you can get to go with this sketch, parts 1 and 3. Or if you want all three, go to the general Christian script category and scroll till you find "Gillian's Island - The Play". You save a little money by buying the play rather than the three skits.


Six actors (written as 2 male and 4 female) About 15 mins. Learn More
Gillian's Island 3
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In this part 3 sequel, the castaways are rescued... only to end up in a big storm that threatens their very lives. There is still a lot of humor as this one gets more serious toward the end. Skippie arrives with her dad (Skippie could be a male) and they find everyone asleep. They have to wake them up and get them on Skippie's boat. With Gillian sleepwalking and everyone out cold because of what they ate... it is comical. The second half is the storm and the passengers begin to talk about life and death and what is important. Carrie Ann boldly shares the gospel and prays for their deliverance. It seems as if some of them are having a changed heart once they are safely through the storm. There are prequels that you can get to precede this sketch, parts 1 and 2. Or if you want all three, go to the general Christian script category and scroll till you find "Gillian's Island - The Play". You save a little money by buying the play rather than the three skits.


8 actors (written as 3 male and 5 female) About 15 mins. Learn More
Hit And Run
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A very dramatic sketch about drinking and driving. There is not a strong spiritual message here, but one of the dangers of drinking. A young couple were drinking and got involved in a hit and run accident. The girl doesn't remember anything, and the boy confesses to his mother that it was his fault. Her parents are naturally upset, and her mother does not want to contact the police. The police finally come and the daughter admits to being the driver. The father feels convicted that his bad example of social drinking has led his daughter to this situation.

Two males and three females plus the officer. (could be either) Runs about 13-15 mins. Learn More
Home Is Where God Is
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George and Elizabeth are retired and are moving into a smaller home. In this skit, they have just moved everything out of the house and are taking one last look at the empty place. They discuss why they are moving and reminisce about the past. This is also a scene from the play, "Wherever We Are."

One couple, no set, about 10 minutes.

This is a free script and is shown here in it's entirety. Just click "learn more" or the title to read it. You may copy and paste it to your own document, or add to cart if you are also purchasing another script. Learn More
Hot Line, How Can I Help You?
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This short drama is filled with humor as we look at people with addictions or problems where they need to find help. A girl sits at the phone for a lunch break and takes the hot line calls. She gets very busy with a lot of different types of callers. This would work well for a lot of different ministries, but especially the Celebrate Recovery groups.

2 actors (written as females, but gender doesn't matter) 5 callers are heard in voice-over, so the actors can read from the script.

8-10 mins. Learn More
I Think It's Time To Pray
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A new, low price for this short 15 minute THANKSGIVING DAY sketch about a family gathering for Thanksgiving dinner. It may look like your typical family: the men are glued to the TV, watching the game; Grandma wants to help, but no one lets her; the aunt has an opinion on everything including how to cook the turkey; unexpected family shows up; the child brings the dog into the dining room, etc. Finally, it is time to eat, and Grandma gets to have her say which puts the focus on what this holiday is all about: What we need to be thankful for and Who we need to be thankful to. Christ is honored at the end. This skit is almost exactly the same as the opening scene in the Christmas play, "Christmas at the Murphy's".

11 actors (6 male - one child, one teen, 5 female - one teen) About 15 minutes. Learn More
It Should Have Been Me
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This is really four short monologues dealing with people who are at the end of their ropes. Each one has a different dilemma: One is an alcoholic, one didn't find happiness in riches, one has cancer and the last one is suicidal. At the end of the sketch, a pantomime of Christ entering and removing their "chains" is played out and then He is taken away to be crucified. At this point the suicidal person cries out, "Not Him, it should have been me!" You can also use demonic and angelic characters throughout the monologues.

4 actors with lines (2 males, 2 females, or easily adapted to any gender - plus a few extras) About 15 minutes. Learn More
Lip Service
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This is another sketch about Marguerite, the make-up girl. This time Marguerite is a smaller part as the skit starts with two women from church who meet at the make-up counter and begin talking. It starts out as a pretty normal conversation until one of the women shares a prayer request that is supposed to be kept private. As she leaves, another lady from church shows up and the information is shared, but not very accurately. By the time Marguerite hears it, it is totally wrong and she always gets things mixed up anyway because she is foreign and doesn't always understand what is being said. What ends up being a serious case of gossip turns into a funny end when the original woman returns to be greeted by a distraught Marguerite. This is similar to the sketch "Lipstick".

5 females (one part is very small) about 15 mins. Learn More
Lipstick
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Loose lips sink ships, as they say. This sketch is about speaking out of turn and how easily something shared becomes gossip. Marguerite is giving free make-up demonstrations and two ladies from church come to get their faces done. Personal things get shared and what should be sad is actually funny. You see, Marguerite is foreign and she doesn't always understand what is being said and often gets things wrong. Sometimes humor is the best way to get the point across. Liver spots on a mother's hands become spots on her own liver and they begin to talk about her death. A lip injection is mistaken to be a liposuction. You will have fun teaching this important lesson and get made over at the same time. This is similar to the sketch "Lip Service".

3 actresses. About 14-15 mins. Learn More
Love Covers All Wrongs
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Two old friends meet again and the memory of what ended their friendship years before surfaces. A flashback takes you to the scene of a deacons' meeting at a church where things went bad. The one offended had learned to forgive and teaches the other one a lesson in love. Friendship is restored and future problems are avoided because of love. This is also a scene from the play, "The Best Way To Live."

4 actors and a narrator plus extras. About 10 minutes. Learn More
Not Afraid To Die
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This is a story of three missionaries who are arrested for sharing the gospel with the natives who come into their clinic. They are told they must promise to never speak of Jesus again and must turn over all their Christian literature, or they will die. Two are willing to follow their terms and leave the country while one feels she must remain strong and not back down. The only problem is that she has a young son, who they have in the next room. The others try to persuade her to think of her son and to go with them. The boy is brought in to say good-bye and the sketch ends with a gunshot heard. An optional ending is attached where the son demands to be shot with his mother, but a big storm hits and they are able to escape.

Cast of six. (4 males, 2 females. Gender can vary and the script be adjusted) About 12 - 15 mins. Learn More
Not Even Stale
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Another THANKSGIVING DAY skit with Jason and Tori and friends learning gratefulness. After learning that they will spend Thanksgiving serving food at the homeless shelter, they are very upset and complain. Suddenly Jason finds himself at the shelter with all his friends, and they are all homeless. All he gets for a Thanksgiving dinner is a roll, but he is so hungry, that it tastes wonderful. After living like them for a time, he finally wakes from his dream and vows to change his attitude and be grateful for the things he has.

10 children plus extras (mixed)10 minutes. Learn More
Our Kids Are Getting Married!
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Lizzie and Darren are getting married today, and the parents are very nervous. Darren's mother is on the verge of tears at every moment, and Lizzie's dad is afraid he will forget his big line. Darren wants to talk to Lizzie on the phone but Lizzie doesn't want to talk to him till after the wedding. Nerves are on edge and humor is all around as these two families prepare for this big change in their lives. This skit is also a scene from the larger production, "The Love Festival."

6 actors (3 males, 3 females, young adult and older) About 10 minutes. Learn More
Resurrection Rabbit
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In this EASTER skit, Mikey is having his annual Easter Egg hunt at his place and all his friends have come. But Mikey is focused too much on the Easter Bunny and gets into a discussion with one of the other kids on what Easter is really about. Then Mikey falls asleep and in his dream, the Easter Bunny comes and tells him that he is now saved and has changed his name to Resurrection Rabbit. He explains the true meaning of Easter, and tells the kids that instead of passing out candy, he now just tells people about Jesus. The salvation message is very clear.

6 child actors (boys or girls, it doesn't matter) and one teen or adult playing the bunny. About 10-12 minutes.

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Save Me
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This is a crazy sketch about a bunch of super heroes trying to save the world from a hidden bomb. Jesus enters the scene and watches and waits till the right time to make himself known and save all of them from destruction. Meanwhile, one after another enter and try to come up with a plan to save the world. Each character is based on a famous super hero and everything is played for laughs. You have Superduperman, Ratman, and Beetleman, to name a few.

Cast of 12. (6 males, 6 females) Gender may vary. About 10-12 mins. Learn More

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