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.
Mr. Andrews is in need of hope. He is struggling through life and doesn’t know where to turn. He calls the Hope Hot-line looking for answers. He talks with Prayer and agrees to place his hope in God, but when his needs are not met, after a few weeks, he calls back to talk with Prosperity, then Possessions. Nine months later, his life is worse than before and he comes to realize Prayer’s advice (to put his faith in God) was right all along.
We all need insurance; for our home, car, and life. However, the Harris’ soon realize they are missing the most important insurance of all; insurance to guarantee their soul will go to heaven when they die.
Me, Myself, and I – Can Get Along (women version)
Mrs. Anderson (I) desperately tries to live holy but struggles with her inner temptations; Me and Myself. If she can just stop these sinful tempters from influencing her, then she can live a life pleasing to God. Therefore, she goes to court to get a restraining order against Me and Myself. (The women version includes temptations and dialog more applicable to women)