1. A Standing Offer

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: God’s offer of grace is a standing offer. (Romans 6:12-14) Length: 3-4 minutes Characters: Mark & Janet Campbell Scene/Props: A kitchen with table and chairs. You also need a portable phone, a laundry basket full of clothes, a notepad and pen, stapler, paper clips and whiteout. Synopsis: Recently laid off of work, Mark calls […]

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  2. All in the Family

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: God does not condemn us so we should not condemn one another. (Rom. 8:1-4) Length: 6-7 minutes Characters: Archie, Edith, Mike, Gloria Scene/Props: The Bunker Home. Lunchbox, Overcoat, Hat, gloves, scarf, stove, game of scrabble, coat rack, Archie’s chair, kitchen table & chairs, dictionary, coffee mug, remote control, pile of laundry, T.V. set, slippers, […]

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  3. Armor of God

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Christians prepare for spiritual battle by wearing the armor of God. (Ephesians 6:11-17) Characters: 2 actors, male or female Length: 2.5 – 3 minutes Scene/Props: Tin foil that is shaped into a helmet, a breastplate, sword and shield. Synopsis: In this funny man, straight man routine, Melvin wears armor that he has fashioned out […]

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  4. Attitude Adjustment

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: You can’t control your circumstances, but you can control your attitude Length: 4-5 minutes Characters: John & Jane Scene/Props: Office break room with a vending machine and a table with chairs. Synopsis: John is angry when the vending machine takes his money without delivering a candy bar although it works fine when Jane buys […]

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  5. Focused on the Priority

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Your priority in life is demonstrated by where you invest your time. Characters: Four women Length: 5 – 6 minutes Scene/Props: Health club setting with stationary bike, rowing machine, hand weights. Synopsis: Three ladies with different motives embark on a weight training program with a personal trainer. But the personal trainer is more like […]

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  6. Football Flip Flop

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Genuine authenticity means standing up for your convictions Characters: 4 men, 3 women Length: 4-5 minutes Scene/Props: A living room with a small sofa and a couple of chairs. A card table is used for refreshments. One couple is dressed in Ohio State attire and the other in Michigan. You’ll need snacks for the […]

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  7. Instilling Values

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Children adopt values by imitating the actions of their parents. Characters: 1 male, 1 female Length: 2.5 – 3 minutes Scene/Props: Kitchen Table, small counter, microwave oven, microwave meal, table settings, cell phone Synopsis: After discussing their day of questionable ethics and business practices, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens learn their son tried to steal […]

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  8. Jumping to Conclusions

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Jumping to a conclusion may cause you to misjudge others. Length: 4-5 minutes Characters: Two singles, John and Jane Scene/Props: A room with 2 easy chairs and a table with lamp. Synopsis: Jane is angry because when she interrupts a group of girls involved in a conversation, they all stop speaking. She automatically assumes […]

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  9. Name that Need

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Missionaries are real people who need to feel that they are connected to and supported by the church. Length: 4 – 5 minutes Characters: Game show host, two contestants and a missionary. Scene/Props: A table for the contestants. A chair for the missionary. The game show takes place stage right and the missionary is […]

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  10. Need a Lift?

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Grace should not be taken for granted. It may be free, but it’s not cheap. (Romans 6:1-5) Length: 3 – 3.5 minutes Characters: Accountant, Female Elevator Voice Scenes/Props: A door frame indicating an elevator, folder with papers, and a calculator. Synopsis: A pre-occupied accountant on his way to a financial meeting steps on an […]

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