A young Deacon is burdened with his new responsibility in the Family Care Ministry. Fearful of rejection, he struggles to make contact with his assigned church families. This sketch explains the purpose of a Family Care Ministry.
Save Your Dollars
The Dollar Family is having the funeral for Grandpa-1 Dollar. Grandpa’s grand-children (Shopper-50 Dollars, Vacationer-100 Dollars, and Drinker-20 Dollars) show up for Grandpa’s funeral. They feel very uncomfortable because they haven’t been in church in years. However, they are touched by the Pastor’s eulogy. Each Dollar decides to be “saved” (donated to church).
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.
A Father’s TimeTLS0033
Charles is a workaholic and spends very little time with his family. From the time his son was born to the time his son became a teenager Charles put his job responsibilities ahead of the parenting responsibilities. As a result, he failed to recognize and heed to the warning signs that ultimately lead to the tragic death of his son.
Jack is so consumed by the football game he fails to notice that Jesus is actually speaking to him. Jesus uses the sport of football as an allegory to explain the role of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in our life today. This is a great sketch to perform during the football season.
The Best GiftTLS0001
Three members of the church meet to determine what gift to give their Pastor. Unable to come to an agreement after frustrating (and comical) deliberations, a young child recommends they agree to give him the best gift of all…their prayers.