A pilgrim family is seen on Thanksgiving day struggling against the same distractions modern families cope with in celebrating a day of thanks.
A wacky uncle shows up for Thanksgiving with a six foot tall cranberry mold that has been his best friend for years.
A small business owner is increasingly concerned about our misplaced focus around the holidays.
A cow, a pig, and a chicken offer thanks (as only they can) at Thanksgiving time.
A thankful mother counts her blessings while cleaning up after Thanksgiving dinner.
This script is just as its name implies, a litany of praise and thanksgiving. While it was written to be performed by teenagers, it could be performed by a combination of teens and adults. It is a celebration of life and God.
Three families enter into Thanksgiving day with three different plans to enjoy it.
Mary is busy shopping for her family's Thanksgiving Day dinner when Mr. Nobody (a.k.a. Satan) points out that she really has nothing to be thankful about or does she?
To remind the audience to be thankful for blessings we tend to take for granted.