Christian family values drama scripts sermon illustrations

Christian family values drama scripts sermon illustrations

.....Family Values......


Godliness, teamwork, respect, harmony, humor, forgiveness—those are just a few of the qualities families need to become the foundational strongholds that build healthy societies.

The scripts listed below explore important Christian family traits that challenge the audience to preserve what is so close to the heart of God--The family!

We've listed the scripts from various InkSpirations categories that are useful for Christian family ministry gatherings.


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Christian family values drama scripts sermon illustrations

Christian family values drama scripts sermon illustrations

'Tis the Season'Tis the Season Remaining spiritually focused on Christ at Christmas is the theme of this skit. At church, poor Cindy barely gets the Christmas story read. Her cell phone rings, her son switches car keys, and her other two kids announce that the Christmas tree fell through the window.
A Heartfelt ChristmasA Heartfelt ChristmasIn this simple story of a heart-broken little girl, searching for her lost hamsters, we see the "heart" of God who came to earth in a manger to rescue His beloved people. This play is a "storyline" only. It provides a context into which any number of Christmas songs will fit. Create an unforgettable family holiday memory that looks at the why behind Christmas.
Amazing GraceAmazing GraceOur self-concept in Christ is the topic of this skit, setting up a sermon on spiritual warfare when Satan tries to rob us of our identity in Christ. Grace, an overweight young mother, compares herself to the ideal wife of Proverbs 31, but she is unable to please anyone, least of all herself
An Audience With JehovahAn Audience With JehovahThese are three Monologues of Job-like complaints. Each one re-examines the anguish of good people over finances, wayward children, and terminal illness. These Job-like speeches lead into a sermon on God's power, regardless of our complaints, and His compassion regardless of our worthiness.
Be Like Little ChildrenBe Like Little ChildrenMaking our love relationships work through the power of God's agape love is the topic of this first skit in a series of four that follows the same cast from childhood to senior citizens. In the first skit, the "children" learn that God's love is an active, helping verb! (This skit can stand alone.)
Blessed Are The MeekBlessed Are The MeekThis “Three In One Skit” on healthy interpersonal relationships, presents a sequence of three scenes in which loud, brassy, over-confident, and presumptuous people are often the losers in life. It sets up a sermon on the merits of meekness and gentleness in the Christian life.
Brace YourselfBrace YourselfThe many roles of motherhood is the theme of this skit. A young woman enters what we think is an OBGYN waiting room, but she is really being fitted for a neck brace to help her balance all the various hats she has to wear. The doctor hands her a success manual: the Bible.
Broken WingsBroken WingsIn this Christmas skit, Grandpa Beasley is coaxed to come to church by his tiny grand-daughter who reminds him that although Christmas may be for children, “You're a child of God, and you're in His family; you always will be.” This skit sets up a sermon on Christmas being for all the children of God.
Chains of WarChains of WarThis "Skermon" (skit/sermon) is a picture of what hatred does. Mike's friends help him justify his anger toward his brother-in-law over a bad investment deal. Each one leaves bad advice and a chain, until Mike can hardly move. A sermon on forgiveness follows as the pastor un-chains him.
Cindy and the GodfatherCindy and the Godfather"Cindy" chooses the authentic love of "Prince Alarming" over the superficial attention of his twin, "Prince Charming" in this delightful Christian play that retells the story of Cinderella, with a Christian twist. Her authentic love is a testimony to one of the stepsisters, who opens her heart to God as well.
Construction ZoneConstruction ZoneIn this "Metaphor Skit," people uncoil and recoil to visually represent the broken relationships brought about by harsh words spoken from a prideful heart. Words can both build us up and tear us down depending on their intent.
CyranoCyrano"Cyrano" is the story of unrequited love. Cyrano de Bergerac writes the words for the gallant young Christian who has stolen Roxanne's heart. Will Roxanne chose Cyrano or Christian? The answer is in the poetry of the play.
Do You Really Love Me?Do You Really Love Me?In this Christian Monologue Skit, a daughter pleads for unconditional love. A mother-daughter relationship is strained when mom finds that Amanda has been hiding an academic probation notice, which sets the stage for a sermon on parent-teen relationship and the secrets to honest communication.
EverymanEveryman"Everyman" centers around the inevitable foe, Death, who comes for Everyman (the Jester). After all his companions forsake him, he stands with Jesus, to face eternity.
Family MattersFamily MattersThis "Skermon" (skit/sermon) sets the stage for a four-part sermon on parenting, with one part delivered after each short vignette on an aspect of family relationships. God's command to "teach our children" the truths of the Christian life permeate every moment waking moment of our lives.
Follow the LeaderFollow the LeaderThis skit on the difference between "power and authority" finds Joe, a contractor, who can't get anything done by wielding power. He learns that authority comes to sacrificial "servant leaders" who prioritize others in their interpersonal relationships. (First of three skits; it can stand alone.)
God, Look!God, Look!This "dream play" speaks to every person's search for significance. It follows the adventures of a new Christian, "Lost" who becomes "Found," then learns from her "Teacher," the importance of helping one "Lost" person at a time, to become "Found." She stands in awe at the simplicity of God's high call to obedience and evangelism.
Good DeedsGood Deeds In this "rewind skit" two, not-so-mature, elderly Christians claim "Papa" as a dependent on their taxes, although he has been dead for 20 years, and set up a sermon on sanctification vs. hypocrisy: living with integrity, not professing one thing and living another.
Goodness and MercyGoodness and MercyThis “Christian Mime Theater” skit reminds us that God promises to surround us with goodness and cloak us in His mercy in every circumstance of our lives, even in the valleys. It is an excellent sermon illustration to remind believers that Jesus is the "Good Shepherd," who provides rest and safety to us, His sheep.
Growing Ups and DownsGrowing Ups and DownsThis surrealistic "dream play" creates a visual picture of "growing up," in a child's mind, by connecting good choices to stepping up the ladder and bad choices to sliding down it. It is an excellent tool to show children the results of their choices and makes a wonderful outreach into the public schools for youth groups.
Hard LaborHard LaborYoung Bruce is aghast when his Uncle Buzz comes to visit. He is lazy, irresponsible, soaks his relatives for money, and is always looking for entertainment; other than that, he's quite a decent guy for a 40-year old man. This skit is an excellent set up for a youth sermon on responsibility.
Have A Heart For The LostHave A Heart For The LostThis "Story Time Theater" provides a delightful retelling of the story of Jonah and the importance God places on sharing the “Good News” with people, even if we think they are not worthy. Two mimes and one story lady set up a sermon on salvation and bring out the child in every one.
Heart Break Cafe - Taming AngerHeart Break Cafe - Taming Anger Anger management is the topic of this skit/sermon set in the "Heart Break Café." The pastor delivers his sermon while having lunch with Carl, who has an anger management problem, which is constantly being tried and tested by the hilarious, yet abrasive, waitress, LaRoue.
Is That All There Is?Is That All There Is?This “Three In One Skit” shows that when we look to our jobs, our relationships, and our possessions to give us personal significance, we will remain forever empty. This “Three In One Skit” sets up a sermon proving that only a life lived in service to God brings us lasting satisfaction.
Seen, But Not HeardSeen, But Not HeardThree monologues seek peace in problem relationships A single mom copes with disappointment; another with allegiances in her blended family; a husband tries to re-connect with his wife; each one sets up a sermon on forgiveness and the power of God to establish healthy relationships.
The Bible, God's Book of DirectionsThe Bible, God's Book of DirectionsThis "Story Time Theater" provides a delightfully creative venue for stressing the importance of reading the "directions," God’s word, so we can conform to His ideal and not make a "mess" of our lives. Two mimes and one “Story Lady” set up a sermon on obedience and bring out the child in everyone.
The Dream TeamThe Dream TeamIn this skit, Joe learns a lesson in leadership skills: getting the diverse members of "the body of Christ" to work together. He would rather use a few men than include the inept volunteers on his building project team; his servant leadership grows. (Second of three skits; can stand alone.)
The Love ConnectionThe Love ConnectionIn this final skit of the series, the "Four Loves" are compared to four contestants on a dating game show. "Agape" wins, but she cannot go alone. She must join with one of the other earthly loves, for any love relationship will become God's perfect love with "Agape." (This skit stands alone.)
The Power of Agape LoveThe Power of Agape LoveThis third skit of four expounds on the "Four Loves" by portraying the quality of agape love practiced over a lifetime. The continuous cast has become senior citizens, and each one is more eager to help the other than to meet his own needs. (This skit can also stand alone.)
The Salt of the EarthThe Salt of the EarthThis second skit of four expounds on the “Four Loves,” by explaining that God's "agape" love is a "salty" seasoning that prevents our earthly love relationships from spoiling. God's intends for us to enjoy healthy relationships under the sovereignty of God. (This skit can stand alone.)
Three-strand CordThree-strand Cord In this short skit on church leadership, Joe discovers that God's presence is the most significant contribution to any team. God's power carries out His vision through people, and His strand is the most significant in Ecclesiastes 4:12. (Third of three skits, but it can stand alone.)
Where Is 'Normal'?Where Is 'Normal'?In this Christian Monologue Skit, a mother shares her hope for her struggling blended family. Patti, comes home to find her blended family in chaos and at war with one another which sets the stage for a sermon on the difficulties in feeling "normal" after re-marriage in a blended family.
Why Do Things Go Wrong?Why Do Things Go Wrong?This "Story Time Theater" provides a delightfully creative venue to help people realize that our “free will” causes much of our pain, and God is not to blame for our troubles. Two mimes and one “Story Lady” set up a sermon on the results of our choices and bring out the child in every one.

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