Two Thieves for Christmas
It’s a week before Christmas. Two bumbling thieves (dressed up as Santa and an Elf) just committed a crime. Now they are trying to get away from the scene of the crime. Fearing they will be spotted by the police, they decide to hide out in a nearby church where the members are preparing to rehearse their Christmas play. The Santa is able to conceal his true motive for stopping by the church until the Elf blows their cover. Now Santa must hold the Pastor and all church members hostage until their pick-up ride comes. To keep everyone calm, the Pastor decides to proceed with the Christmas play rehearsal under these less-than-ideal conditions. After the rehearsal is over, the Pastor extends an invitation to salvation to the thieves. It was God’s plan to guide them to this church on this day just so they can come to understand the true meaning of Christmas and salvation through Jesus Christ. Touched by the Christmas story, the thieves decide to end their life of crime and receive the greatest Christmas gift of all…The Gift of Salvation.
This script is a parody of a Cooking TV show. The Blessed Baker is preparing her famous “Life Cake”; consisting of personal problems, hardships, and overdue bills. This life mixture looks really messy. However, after she adds a dab of FAITH and bakes the ingredients in the oven of PATIENCE and BELIEF, the Life Cake will turn out to be beautiful.
Your Blessing Is Waiting
Three people (dressed as boxes) are sitting on the loading dock. They are physical manifestations of “God’s blessings” waiting to be delivered to their recipients. However, their deliverance is contingent on the recipient’s obedience to God.
The church anniversary committee is having their first meeting. As they begin to make plans for the anniversary, they are unable to come to agreement on anything. They decide to form a sub-committee each time they can’t agree. By the end of their meeting they feel they have make great progress when in reality they haven’t made any progress at all.
A boxer with one-eye is engaged in a boxing match. He is fighting against his problems and temptations. He doesn’t believe he can win. He’s ready to “throw in the towel”. However, his trainer encourages him to fight back using the Word of God.
Whose Responsibility Is It?
Church members are selected to participate in the #1 Christian Game Show in the country. They will determine whose responsibility it is to support church ministries and carry on the work of Christ. Unfortunately, none of them provide the correct answers.