To open a discussion about loneliness.
Two of Jesus' closest friends talk about the night of Jesus' arrest. By the end of the night, both men will realize that their acts of betrayal are the cause of Jesus' death.
To show the struggle of someone who is lost.
Three teenagers start a small group Bible study, which turns out to be a disaster when gossip creeps in.
Three people share their very different views of what they need from church.
A woman gets ready for a date and has to quiet the voices from her past to get through the night.
A woman who wants to give the Lord a gift is surprised when she is told the Lord wants her to reconcile with those she has wronged more than any other gift.
In this fast-paced society, how often do we enjoy the wait? Here two friends prepare to watch a meteor shower. As they savor the moments of anticipation, life is put in perspective again. A wonderful sketch for the Advent season of anticipation.
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.