A series of people make their list of resolutions for the New Year.
Readings from the book of Isaiah and the Gospel according to Mark combine to form a beautiful dramatic reading of the nativity story. A wonderful text for the Advent season.
A modern take on Matthew 20:1-16 (the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard) .
A Reader's Theatre style script dealing with unity in the body, specifically regarding worship.
Each of four characters describes his or her biggest fear, though they all have been taught that they have no need to fear anything. The end reminds the audience, "Don't be discouraged, for the Lord God will be with you wherever you go."
A Reader's Theatre style lesson on taking time to listen for God's voice in the midst of modern clamor.
This touching reader's theater examines the effect of divorce on children: "They said they were getting a divorce. I remember seeing my Lego set in the corner of the room and thinking, 'I wish I was a Lego person; they're made to come apart.'"
This reader's theatre parallels the passage from Luke 8:22-25 but in a modern day context. The scenarios cover a multitude of situations and there is bound to be something that most everyone can relate to.
This fast-moving and light-hearted overview is a play on the ways we use the words house and home. It gradually becomes more serious as the readers explore the biblical metaphor of home as the dwelling place of God with the church being a spiritual house, etc.