Black History – Year 2216
It’s the year 2216 and a group of elementary school students are visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture. As the Tour Guide shares information about key African Americans from the 21st century, she also shares information about the greatest African American from the 22nd century, Charles Milton. Charles Milton is a fictitious future African American.
Several people have come to the special New Year’s Eve Resolutions Anonymous meeting for counseling and to discuss their failed (and outrageous) resolutions from last year. The Therapist shares some important principles to help them overcome their anxieties and make better resolutions for the coming year.
A young man (James) has been praying for a new job. He has finally been called for an interview. Unfortunately, he’s bringing his “bad habits” to the interview with him. God sends an Angel to let James know his bad habits are preventing him receiving blessings God has for him.
This sketch is a parody of the hit reality TV show “Undercover Boss”. In this episode Jesus is going undercover. He will disguise himself as a visitor to see first-hand how His churches are operating. Jesus visits Back-Siding Baptist Church, and finds his church in complete disarray.
This is a parody of the hit TV game show “Family Feud”. In this special episode, it’s The Morris Family (members of a local church) verses Lucifer and his Demons. This over-the-top comedy is guaranteed to generate big laughs while teaching an important message about the three major sins of the world; Lust of the Flesh, Lust of the Eye, and The Pride of Life.
This is a parody of the hit TV game show “Jeopardy”. Sir Greg Willis, the smartest man in the world, is completing against five year of Jace Barton, the youngest Jeopardy champion. Sir Willis may be book smart, but he has no knowledge of Jesus; which just so happens to be the correct response to all the questions.