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.
A variety of youth voices bring us from creation to fall to redemption by retelling the place of Jesus in history, primarily through the use of Biblical quotes and paraphrases.
This reader's theater piece is written for two readers but can be performed by more. It is a touching exploration of the places we look for love while ignoring God's still, small voice telling us, "You're wonderful. I love you."
A number of people who have fallen away or sinned greatly share their stories. To each one, Jesus reaffirms his love.
A Reader's Theatre for the remembrance of the attacks of 9/11.
This is a dramatic reading, primarily of Scripture, focusing on God's glory. It is a powerful display of the power of God through numerous Scripture references.
What if marriage resembled a bank? A sarcastic look at making deposits and withdrawals for "stuff" in marriage.
A middle-aged man trying to work off debts gets a “lesson” in life and money planning from his teenage coffee house co-worker.
A reader's theatre scene describes what a world without Jesus would be like, but the world is very much like the world we live in, leaving the speaker to say that we haven't learned much.