Growing in Christ
The Christmas Encounter
After the Evans Family returns home from a Christmas play, the Father believes some of the events in the Christmas story are over-dramatized. Sure, a baby was born, but an Angel appearing to Shepherds, a big shining star in the sky, and Wise Men walking hundreds of miles, is hyperbole. God hears the Father’s complaint and sends the original Christmas Angel to visit him.
We Are The Church
What is the church? Is it the physical building we go to on Sunday morning? That’s the perception of many. This Readers Theater presentation explains that God’s church is not a building, but the body of believers in Jesus Christ.
Two church members are fishing on a pier. In the course of their conversation, Charles expresses concern that the church is attracting a lot of people with personal problems. While they are talking, Deacon Wilson repeatedly catches fish and throws them back into the water. Eventually, Deacon Wilson explains that he is looking for a fish that has already been cleaned inside and out. Charles realizes there is no such thing as a “clean fish”; after you catch the fish, then you can clean it. Deacon Wilson helps Charles understand that new members are like that. They may come with many problems and issues but God is able to change them just like He changed us.
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.
Mary and Bill surmise that their bible knowledge is severely lacking after playing a bible trivia game at the church. They decide to commit to studying the bible. Unfortunately, they can’t seem to find an acceptable time in their busy schedule to study God’s word.
Father and Son TalkTLS0021
A father engages his son in a “man to man” discussion about life on his son’s sixteenth birthday. Surprisingly, the father learns more from his son than the son learns from him. This is a great script for Father’s Day.