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A Couple On A Train
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This is another one about marriage relationships. A couple are on a train and begin discussing what they are going to do once they get to the resort. They quickly find out that they have not discussed it and they want to do totally different things on this vacation. A bit humorous and you may find it true to life as they talk about their differences. Praying and reading God's word is brought into the scene as they close.

A couple. Only about 7-8 minutes. Learn More
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Love
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Here is a fun sketch for your youth or for a fun night at church.... maybe Valentine's Day. The king and queen of Mundania are having a joust. Well, actually, they just play "rock, paper, scissors". The champion, Sir Lovesalot is in love with lady Emeline, but he's too shy to talk to her. Little does he know that she is also in love with him. The theme of "love is patient" comes out a few times as the king and queen try to help the young couple. Meanwhile, visiting Knights of the Round Table show up looking for some new recruits, which the king is excited about, but will this mean the young couple will have to wait even longer? There is a jester who is not funny, a wizard who can't seem to do anything, and an ugly old peasant woman who is desperate to find a husband. The king and queen do talk about God's love and how God is the one who brings people together.

11 Actors (7 male, 4 female) Plus extras. About 17-20 mins. Learn More
All Things Are Possible: The George Muller Story
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This is a short one-act play in just a few scenes. The play begins with George, a young German in England, studying to be a pastor but not even knowing the Lord. At a bible study, he sees a man praying and it just makes a lasting impression till he also gets saved. The final scenes deal with George and his wife, Mary as they discuss how they can trust God for his salary and for providing for the orphans. Good parts for dialects as George is German and Mary and others are English. A walk on part for an old Cockney woman is fun. Includes a narrator. New lower price.

About 25 mins. 6 adults (2 women) and several extras. (one girl) Plus a narrator. 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
First Baby
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In this skit (good for VALENTINE'S DAY) a young married couple are about to have their first child. In fact, tonight is the night. Only he does not know this, and she does. He is trying to be calm, but the truth is he is a basket case. She is trying to find the words to tell him that it is time to go to the hospital, and when the time comes, he runs around forgetting everything that he is supposed to do. Humorous and fast moving. This skit is also found in the larger production called, "The Love Festival".

2 actors (one male, one female, young adult) About 7 minutes. Learn More
Going Past Noon Again
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In this sketch, Frank and Edith are in their car again hurrying out of the church parking lot. The pastor has gone past noon again and they are concerned about the restaurants all being crowded now. They really let their true colors shine this time as they talk about ways to get the pastor to shorten the service. This leads Frank into a discussion on what Heaven will be like, with his warped and crazy ideas. Then they arrive at their favorite restaurant, which is now very crowded.

One couple. About 8-9 mins. Learn More
Good Hair Day
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This is a one act play (good for VALENTINE'S DAY) that takes place in a hair salon. It's Melissa's wedding day, so she and her mom and her sister are all coming in for the big make-over. A couple of other colorful characters show up and we end up with a big discussion on marriage, men and lots of humorous bantering. Melissa talks openly about her Christian views on marriage which actually has an effect on Charlotte, whose life has not been all that spiritual.

7 actors (all female) ages vary from teen to older adults. 20-25 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
Home On The Bayou
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Several years after Hurricane LuLu devastates much of Southern Louisiana, St. Genevieve Church of Slidell is still trying to rebuild. Our story begins when Max, a college student from Chicago, arrives to help out as part of a summer missions program. For Max, being in the south is a culture shock in many ways. The biggest surprise to him is probably the fact that he doesn't expect to fall in love with these special characters that he meets on the bayou.

Although the play is written as a Baptist man working to help rebuild a Catholic Church, the denominations can be easily changed to fit your preference to how the story plays out. In this play, Max falls in love with a local girl and by the end of the play, they are getting ready to be married and he has decided to stay in the south and is thinking about converting to Catholicism. Other scenes concerning the church committees and the things going on around the church could easily be changed to any other church. Being that this play was written for an actual Catholic church in Slidell, you can see the bend toward that church. But even if you change the church, you probably don't want to change the locale. The bayou is definitely a strong character in this play and helps to define the characters you meet. LuLu is a fictitious hurricane, but some of the other things in the story were actually real. (all the characters were fictional) You will want to show the New Orleans flavor in the characters in this play. This was written in collaboration with Tina Schultz, who is actually from Slidell and a member of St. Genevieve Church.

13 actors (5 males, 8 females) plus extras. About an hour and 15 mins.

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How To Make The Mrs. Happy
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This is a comedy about marriage. (or musical comedy if you wish) Perfect for a Christian dinner theater or Valentine banquet. The play centers around two best friends who live next door to each other and spend a lot of time together talking about their marriages and trying to think of ways to make them better. The play turns into a slapstick comedy several times with falls, gags and surprises and even a pie in the face. It might remind you of some of the old sitcoms of the 50's. There are plenty of husband and wife squabbles that you may find hilarious, especially if it reminds you of yourself. There is a tiny message at the end about love and feelings and what the difference is, as one of them expresses how love is from God and it involves a commitment. But overall, there is not a strong spiritual message. The play is mostly done for laughs and the two male leads have the largest parts by far. There are places where songs could be added to make it a musical. Some song suggestions have been made, but the songs are not included in the script.

5 major roles (2 males, 3 females) A few males and females in very small roles and as extras. (only 3-5 with lines)
Should take a little over an hour, or 90 minutes if 4 or 5 songs are added. Learn More
I Didn't Know You Could Sing
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Frank and Edith are pillars of the church. Well, that is what they think anyway. You'll probably find them a bit hypocritical and vain, but you might see someone you know, or maybe even yourself. Humorous with a message, as Frank has decided to join the church choir because he can turn things around in the music at the church. This is one of several Christian skits about Frank and Edith.

one couple. About 9 minutes. Learn More
Leaving A Legacy
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In this sketch (good for VALENTINE'S DAY or anytime) Herb and Mollie are sitting in their rocking chairs talking about their kids and grandkids. They are feeling like they have failied with one of their sons who is not going to church anymore, and so Mollie has a plan to get some of the grandkids together to try to have a positive influence on one in particular. Herb is thinking about whether they have left a good legacy to their children. They bicker a bit and forget things... but they are a cute old couple. This is also a scene from the larger production called, "The Love Festival."

2 actors (one male, one female,) About 9 minutes. Learn More
Love's Old Sweet Song
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A fun youth drama (high school or young adult/college age) with music and costumes from different eras. Perfect for a Valentine Banquet. You will get the real nostalgia feel on this one along with some science fiction. Abigail is a teenager who is frustrated with the dating scene and wants to know what true love is. A time traveler shows up to take her back in time to see how her parents met and fell in love, also her grandparents and great grandparents. This takes you to the 70's, the 40's and the 20's. Add songs from those periods with some fun costumes and you and your audience should have a delightful time. A spiritual message is woven into the story as Abigail watches her great grandparents get saved... which was when the Christian heritage began for her family. This is when Abigail decides to focus on her relationship with God and let the love thing happen in His timing. The gospel is shared in that scene and you will find period references and slang throughout the script. You will need to find your own music.

Cast of 17 actors. (7 males, 9 females, the time traveler can be either) About 30 minutes of dialog (before songs are added). Simple sets. Learn More
Missionaries Are Supposed To Suffer
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This is another Frank and Edith skit that has them talking about a missionary that they just heard speak at their church. They discuss how important mission work is to them, and how they should support this particular missionary, because he gave such a good presentation. Of course, they come up with reasons not to, and talk themselves out of it completely. You will either laugh at their reasoning, or realize you do the same thing.

one couple. About 9 minutes. Learn More
Now Who's Jealous?
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This is a short sketch about a woman who is jealous of the way her husband was talking with another woman. She accuses him of flirting and they have a little argument. Might be what you are looking for if you want very short Christian skits.

One couple. About 3 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
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
Our Marriage Is What It Is
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This is a short, 5-6 minute skit about marriage. A middle aged couple are talking and end up having another one of their arguments. He gets mad and leaves and she prays and asks God to help her save their marriage. The situation is not resolved in this one; it is more of a "slice of life" as we see two lives in crisis.

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Pocahontas: A Bright Stream Between Two Hills
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The true story of Pocahontas is a little known story in history, especially since the very fictionalized version by Disney several years ago. In this sketch, I have tried to stick to the facts and only dramatizing it to create dialogue. We know she was converted to Christ and who she married, but not about how it may have come about. There is less about John Smith and Chief Powhatan, and more about John Rolfe, who falls in love with her. It goes from Pocahontas at age 13 to her death at age 22.

Cast of 8 adults, (only 2 female) 20-25 mins.

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See You On Sunday
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This skit is about Charlie, a young pastor on staff at a large church who falls for Tia, who recently became a Christian. They meet in the first scene and it ends with his proposal in the last scene. The way he goes about asking her to marry him is somewhat humorous. Tia lives with the woman who is her spiritual mentor and is like a mother to her, and there is an obvious deep love that the women have for each other and for the Lord.

This has been marked down to a very reasonable cost.

2 actors and 3 actresses. No set. About 17-20 mins. Learn More
Soup Of The Day
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This skit or one act play, (good for VALENTINE'S DAY) is about marriage relationships. The scene takes place in a restaurant and there are 3 tables. The center table is back a ways and an older couple are sitting there observing the couples at the other tables. A young couple sit at one, and a middle aged couple with 2 teenagers at the other. Humorous arguments and bickering go on and the older couple discuss how alike or different they are from the other couples. Finally, they begin to tell each other how they could not have imagined being with anyone else for all these years. There is mention of the importance of making Christ the center of your marriage.

3 couples and 2 teens. About 15 minutes. Learn More
Sparks
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In this skit (good for VALENTINE'S DAY) Bradley and Jenny begin talking in the parking lot at church and end up planning to practice music together. They are both interested in the other person, but they want to do everything right and not fall into any problems with parents or dating and such. Bradley becomes nervous and shy and says the wrong things which brings humor to the skit. All in all it is a very sweet and innocent conversation between a young man and a young woman. This skit is also found in the larger production of "The Love Festival."

2 actors (one male, one female, teen or young adult) About 8 minutes. Learn More
The Cooking Lesson
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Mary Beth is getting a cooking lesson from her Aunt Nellie. Nellie is doing it as a wedding present, since the groom really wants a wife who can cook. The only problem is that Mary Beth can't cook, and is rather dim-witted and can't even boil water. As Nellie's patience runs thin... they encounter one problem after another. Finally, Aunt Marty shows up, and she does nothing but joke about what a bad cook she, herself is. (She knows all the jokes... and she can deliver!) This lightens the tense mood until Richard, the groom, shows up to try out the cooking and the aunts are concerned that it might not be edible. Mostly humorous and even when God, Jesus and scripture is mentioned, it is to show the groom how he needs God's help to demonstrate love and kindness to his wife in spite of her cooking.

Only four actors (3 female, one male) About 20 mins. Learn More
The Greatest Love Story
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This play (also good for VALENTINE'S DAY) is not your ordinary love story, but more like a romantic tragedy. Josh falls for this girl, who has lived a life full of sin, but he loves her and brings her to the Lord and asks her to marry him. But at the wedding reception, she begins flirting with old boyfriends, and when Josh catches Becca in the arms of one of them, they argue. She leaves the reception and is attacked outside the church. Josh comes to her rescue but is stabbed in the process. As he dies in her arms, he tells her that he did it all for her and because he loves her. Did you guess it yet? It is an allegory of Christ and the church. In the final scene, Josh comes back from the dead to take his bride away.

10 actors (6 males and 4 females, plus extras) About 45 mins. in length. Learn More
The Love Festival
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This is a series of short sketches about love and marriage that would be perfect for a VALENTINE BANQUET or a dinner theater. We did this back in the mid '80's and it was a lot of fun. To make it even better, we added a lot of musical numbers between the sketches, mostly Christian love songs and a few secular ones. There is a simple gospel message in one of the "Bride and Groom" monologues. The first sketch is called "Sparks" and it is about a young couple who are becoming attracted to each other, but not wanting to express it. "First Baby" is about a young married couple's feelings just before the birth of their first child. "Our Kids Are Getting Married" is a sketch where you watch 2 families at the same time on the morning that their kids are to be married. The final sketch is an elderly couple talking about their family entitled, "Leaving A Legacy." These four sketches can be purchased separately, but it is a better deal to buy this one and have them all. Look for them in this category as shorter skits. Most of the skits have humorous lines mixed in. The script is about 45 minutes in length.

(9 actors and 8 actresses, some parts can be doubled) Learn More

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