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  1. Incomparable

    Written by Chip Tudor

    Incomparable Theme: The love of Christ is incomparable. When you rest in His grace, you don’t need to compete. Synopsis: Two grandfathers rooting for opposing soccer teams make it personal in a social competition of one upmanship that ends in friendship. Cast: Don: A middle class grandfather Bill: A senior adult resident at a retirement […]

  2. Instilling Values

    Written by Chip Tudor

    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 […]

  3. Jumping to Conclusions

    Written by Chip Tudor

    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 […]

  4. Mystery of the Lost Meaning of Christmas

    Written by Chip Tudor

    Mystery of the Lost Meaning of Christmas Theme: The meaning of Christmas can be lost in busy, Christmas events, but found in the relationships. Synopsis: Joe Dubious, an agnostic private eye is hired by a church to find the missing meaning of Christmas. His investigation encounters a diverse cast of humorous characters that hold different […]

  5. Name that Need

    Written by Chip Tudor

    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 […]

  6. Need a Lift?

    Written by Chip Tudor

    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 […]

  7. Searching for God’s Will

    Written by Chip Tudor

    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 […]

  8. Stinkin Thinkin

    Written by Chip Tudor

    Theme: Christians should strive to maintain a positive thought life. (Phil.4:8) Length: 3-4 minutes Characters: 6 Clowns Scene/Props: There is no particular setting for this skit except for a single chair. You will need clown costumes, a donut, an inner tube, a balloon and a whoopee cushion. Synopsis: This Kid’s Church skit was performed by […]

  9. The Applicants

    Written by Chip Tudor

    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: […]

  10. The Big Race

    Written by Chip Tudor

    Theme: The Christian life is a race of endurance in front of spectators. (Heb. 12:1) Characters: Rabbit, Speedy, Turtle, Race Starter & a couple of spectators Length: 2.5 – 3 minutes Scene/Props: A sign that says, Race for the Lord, a bottle of Turtle wax, a boom box and Chariots of Fire theme song Synopsis: […]

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