The Dirt on Growing Up
The Dirt on Growing Up
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In this "Skermon" (skit/sermon) about evangelism, Jesus tells the parable of “The Sower” as a metaphor of four different reactions to the Word of God being planted in the human heart.

This "Skermon" brings those four soils to life. The seed planted by the footpath (Robin) does not understand God’s truth and rejects it; the seed planted in shallow ground (Sandy) does not withstand hardship or persecution; the seed planted among the thorns (Rhoda) is choked out by cares and riches; but, the seed, planted in good soil, (Earnestine, Gladys, and Melody) yields a crop one hundred-fold.

The pastor may choose to present the sermon in four parts after each vignette, or at the end while the characters freeze as he approaches each one. This skit is particularly good for a retreat or a sermon series because each vignette can appear before a message on that particular type of soil (heart reaction to the Gospel).

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Specifications
Dramatic Category Skermon
Scripture Matthew 13:3-9, 18-23
Topic The Sower: Receiving the Gospel
Audience Women's ministry, youth, and adults
Cast 7 women
Time 15 minutes
Features .
A modern parallel to the "Parable of the Sower"
Presents four reactions to the Gospel
Excellent for a sermon on evangelism or discipleship
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