Four people give their views on how they see Christmas and view the baby.
A man stumbles into the mob calling for Jesus' death and joins right in until he hears who the crowd wants to execute.
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.
Four actors make reference to Elijah's experience at Mt. Horeb when he heard God's voice in a way he hadn't expected.
Kelly and Beth are getting ready to go out with their friends Mark and Craig on Halloween. They are putting finishing touches on their costumes when Mark and Craig arrive, dressed as the Grim Reaper and a pirate. In the ensuing conversation, we learn that one of the teens is on the verge of suicide.
Two married couples— one from first-century Palestine and one from contemporary America — prepare to go to an evening Bible study with dramatically different attitudes.
A mother, a businessman, and a teenager each give excuses for being unprepared for an all-important meeting: their appointment with death.
Gwen bemoans having to go to school for another year while waiting for a full-time ministry and almost misses the chance to minister to her friends.
A Reader's Theatre style script dealing with unity in the body, specifically regarding worship.