1. Searching for God’s Will

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: God’s Will is not always the unfathomable mystery Christians often seem to make it. Length: 1.5 – 2 minutes Characters: Searcher, Voice of God Scene/Props: No particular scene or props are needed although if possible, use a darkened room with a spotlight for effect. Synopsis: A Searcher in a solitary moment genuinely seeks God’s […]

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  2. The Applicants

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Salvation is through faith and not by works. (Romans 4:1-4) Length: 4 –5 minutes Characters: 3 males, 2 females Scene/Props: An office waiting area that consists of two chairs and a coffee table with a few magazines on it and a trash can. You’ll also need a briefcase, PDA, and a cell phone. Synopsis: […]

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  3. The Night Before Christmas

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: There’s no specific theme. It’s intended as a humorous addition to a larger Christmas program and works for any age group in a variety of settings. Characters: Two people of any gender and age. The key is for them to have an obvious chemistry: i.e. Two siblings, parent/child, boyfriend/girlfriend, etc. (be imaginative) Length: 5 […]

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  4. The Private Eye

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: The decisions people make in their sexual lives is a matter of choice. (1 Thess. 4:1-8) Characters: 1 male and 2 females Length: 4 – 5 minutes Set/Props: An office with desk and chair, phone, coat rack, small table and coffee pot, and a client seat. Synopsis: In this 50’s style, movie classic that […]

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  5. The Workman

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Spiritual growth involves regular, personal Bible Study. Length: 3.5 – 4 minutes Characters: 2 actors, male or female Scene/Props: Small work table, tool belt, hammer, saw, tape measure, etc. Synopsis: This funny man, straight man routine communicates that discipleship involves consistent, personal Bible Study. Melvin, however, approaches it like he is undertaking a woodshop […]

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  6. Tithe You Later

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Refusing to tithe is stealing from God Length: 4-5 minutes Characters: 2 males, 3 females Scene/Props: A department store with 3 racks of clothing. You’ll also need name brand shopping bags and one very ugly type of garment. Synopsis: Three teenagers shop while nearby, a security agent tries to catch a shoplifter. The kids […]

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  7. What Can Be Trusted

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Outside of the absolute Word of God, truth is untrustworthy. (Romans 9:6-13) Characters: Two males, two females Length: 5 – 6 minutes Scene/Props: This is a reader’s theater. No props or staging is needed. Synopsis: This reader’s theater script supports the doctrine that the Bible communicates absolute truth. Outside the Word of God, truth […]

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  8. What is Christmas?

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 18, 2015

    Theme: Christmas is about the birth of Jesus Christ and the salvation he offers. Length: 2-3 minutes Characters: Six different people. This one used youth Scenes/Props: None Synopsis: This reader theater script was used to begin a Christmas program. (Readers position themselves as a line across the stage. The capitalized word in the first three […]

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