A Christmas of Poetry
Poignant yet powerful, sentimental yet scriptural, "A Christmas of Poetry" features 5 original free-verse poems and Scripture readings. This heartfelt piece can be read by one or two people. We've included some song suggestions as well if you'd like to add a musical element!
The Innkeeper's Daughter (with suggested carols)
The timeless Bethlehem story told through the eyes of a fictional innkeeper's daughter and her boyfriend, a shepherd.
Hebrews Hall of Faith
A virtual “Hall of Faith” is created as Hebrews chapter 11 is read aloud. As each Old Testament hero is mentioned, participants silently gather on stage. Each one holds a poster displaying their name and faithful deed. The result is a grouping of “Bible Greats” in present day form.
Born is a King!
A pair of tour guides lead the audience through the sites of two contrasting royal birthplaces. Discover the differences between a King of God’s choosing and a king chosen by man. Which king would you choose to follow based on the pedigrees presented?
One More Try
Set against the backdrop of the pop culture question "is Elvis really dead?" two friends struggle to make life changes. Clinging to the past or focusing on the future creates a frustrating present.
An Advent Service of Candles & Carols
This wonderful grouping of responsive scripture readings conveys the sacred beauty of the Advent story. Includes carols for congregational singing. Can be produced in weekly Advent candle lightings or as a 27 minute service.
Life By The Numbers
An artist assures his new student that following his guidance will produce a beautiful painting. The students doubts, however, become a barrier to progress and force a decision between trust and fear.
Need A Little Easter
Lance runs into the store late trying to put together an Easter gift for his son. But it's really too little too late...or is it?
Drama Ministry Sampler
This sampler contains three well-loved scripts from the Drama Ministry library: Father's Advice Network (comedy), Missed Opportunity (drama), and The Last Box (monologue). Enjoy!