Free Skits Etc.
|Posted by Nora Spinaio on November 13, 2013 at 7:25 AM|
Tribbles (click here for the PDF)
First, let me say I am a Star Trek fan and mean no disrespect to the series. But, it is a perfect example of people thinking they don't need God. This is a 2 or 3 minute skit about how a group of people can sell the Church on something other than the truth. This skit is supposed to be tongue-in-check with a very serious thought behind it. Following the Truth means following the Word. I urge you to use it with caution and as an encouragement to hold everything up to the light of the Word of God.
This is best used as a sermon starter.
God bless you in your efforts for HIM.
|Posted by Nora Spinaio on March 29, 2013 at 10:10 PM|
I'm posting the PDF's for all six of Steven's skits in this one place in the interest of cutting down on webpages; but, mostly in the interest of exposing his skits to more people.
|Posted by Nora Spinaio on March 28, 2013 at 8:50 PM|
Here's a pdf of the skit The Apps: Jesus Is Not An Add-On
One word of caution here. There's a lot of cell phone abuse in this skit...please be careful with the cell phone that you use.
This skit was inspired by a sermon I heard recently. Jesus cannot be added to our messed up lives. He must be invited to come into our hearts and change us from the inside.
Also, feel free to change any words that will match the age of your actors. I say this because language changes so quickly.
God bless you in your efforts to touch people in His name.
|Posted by Nora Spinaio on March 23, 2013 at 9:15 PM|
Here's a monologue about the difference between saying the Bible is important and actually believing it's important. It's meant to be funny. I hope your audience enjoys it while catching its point.
|Posted by Nora Spinaio on March 6, 2013 at 10:10 PM|
Here are two versions of the same skit. It can be used as a sermon or teaching starter. The subjects could be the Rich Man, selfish behaviors, or the difference between living spiritually and carnally.
|Posted by Nora Spinaio on September 8, 2011 at 7:20 PM|
I've had several people all give a different take on what this monologue skit is about. So, I won't go into any of that here. Feel free to take a look and decide for yourself.
Toward the end of the skit, the character turns back into the actress and starts talking to the audience. If you wish, you can drop this part and have someone else ask the questions and open the discussion.
God bless. I hope it blesses someone to action.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on May 23, 2011 at 8:57 PM|
This is a 2-3 minute skit. The theme is service is showing our love to God. It works on the old saying "What have you done for me lately?"
It's designed to be a stand-alone or a sermon starter.
God bless you and yours as you use this and everything here on free4ministry for drama ministry.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on March 21, 2011 at 2:21 PM|
Here's a little someting for Easter. I worked it for our church but, alas, that's not to be this year. I still thought it'd be good to share here. The famous "It's Friday but Sunday's Coming" is used by permission.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on September 27, 2010 at 9:52 PM|
This is a good sermon starter or a stand alone skit on anger.
Have fun with this one.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on April 20, 2010 at 10:19 PM|
A questioner asks Mr. Church the important question. Are you alive or dead?
This skit can be used as a sermon starter or it can stand on its own.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on March 30, 2010 at 9:58 PM|
Jesus cares more about our attitudes than he does about our talents. Enjoy this parody with your drama team and your audience.
Feel free to take these characters 'over the top'.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on January 24, 2010 at 7:17 PM|
What happens when 20% of the church does 80% of the Lord's work? This short sketch illustrates. It can be used as a stand alone or a sermon starter.
|Posted by free4dramaministry on January 3, 2010 at 2:40 PM|
This pdf file is a short skit: Guilt and Grace. It's about a death row inmate and his redemption.
You can go hi-tech or low-tech as you need.