He’s Coming AgainTLS0025
During the Christmas season the world celebrates the birth of Jesus…the first coming of Christ. But one day, Jesus will come again into the world. This reader’s theater script contrasts the differences between the first coming of Jesus and his promised return.
Road to EmmausTLS0046
Two men encounter Jesus on the road to Emmaus. One man gives the biblical account of the tragic event that occurred during the Passover Feast, while the other man gives a modern day account of the tragedy that is occurring in his life today. In both instances, Jesus’ response, the eternal Word of God, satisfies our past, present, and future problems.
During the season of Advent, Christians celebrate the coming of the Christ. This is not just a time to commemorate Jesus’ first coming, but a time of preparation for His second coming. This readers theater presentation is split into five separate readings; one reading for each of the four Sundays leading to Christmas and one reading for Christmas Eve. This is a powerful presentation to promote the true spirit of the Advent season in our heart and its relevance to our life.
Sin, Death, and the Grave think they have finally defeated Jesus as he is being crucified. However, they are surprised when he rises on the third day.
As we approach the celebration of Jesus’ death and resurrection, let’s give God praise and thanks that He did not stay dead, but he GOT UP and because He lives, we too will experience the joy of eternal life and one day we will be with Him.
Valentine for JesusTLS0028
Love relationships, particularly marriage relationships, are accentuated on Valentines Day. We thank our partners for their love, patience, forgiveness, and support, especially when we did not deserve it. However, the most important love relationship is between Christ and the body of believers (the church). This Readers Theater presentation shares a Valentine wish to the bridegroom of the church, Jesus Christ.
So many people take Time for granted. But Time is precious and means so much more than the hours in a day. This Reader’s Theater piece examines the origin of Time, its characteristics, value, and the purpose for which God has given us the gift of Time.