Skit Package 1: "How To Handle Bullies" (2 Samuel 16: 5-13; Matthew 5: 44)
Harvey has to stick up for the three girls by confronting a bully. They learn that there are ways of handling bullies other than fighting, and that Jesus commanded us to love our enemies as well as our friends.
Skit Package 2: "Problems With Parents" (Matthew 7: 1-5)
Running away from home seems like the only answer for Harvey until Clem finds him and tells him that he was the one who was wrong, not his parents. Careful self-examination of both sides of the argument are stressed as we show that parents aren't always the "bad guys." Harvey learns God wants him to respect his parents.
Skit Package 3: "Correcting Our Bad Habits" (2 Corinthians 5: 17; Philippians 4: 13)
Zelda is in her prime as she is "helped" to discover her bad habits. The characters all discover that Christians should be good examples to others, and bad habits can be stopped with God's help.
Skit Package 4: "Problems With Brothers And Sisters" (Gen. 45: 15; Eph. 4: 32; Gal. 5: 16)
In this skit, Tina makes Harvey "hear bells." He finds out that treating his sister the way God wants him to is hard and he needs to pray before he acts harshly. We show Harvey's growth as a Christian evidenced in his treatment of his sister, Tina.
Skit Package 5: "Jealousy" (Exodus 20: 17; John 3: 16; Genesis 1: 28-31)
Tina, Clem, and Harvey all get jealous of each other because they forget what they have. The children will learn that they should be thankful for their own possessions, abilities, and opportunities, before they are tempted to become envious of someone else's.
Skit Package 6: "Dirty Language" (James 3: 8-11; Ephesians 5: 4)
Harvey learns the damage caused by dirty language or hurtful words as he is forced to confront "Loud-mouth Larry." The children will learn that Christians should avoid dirty jokes and dirty language, and should try to help others avoid them too.
Skit Package 7: "Accepting Responsibilities" (Colossians 3: 23, 24; Philippians 2: 14)
The characters all help Pastor Rufus as he creates a lesson on accepting responsibilities. The children will learn the necessity of doing those things that are required of them, even if those things aren't convenient or fun to do.
Skit Package 8: "The Wrong Kinds Of Friends" (Proverbs 22: 24, 25; 24: 1, 2; Romans 12: 2)
The characters are afraid for Tina who becomes a different person after "making some new friends." They learn that the kinds of friends they choose reflect the kinds of people they are. If a child chooses the wrong kinds of friends, he not only invites bad influences into his life, but he can also damage his Christian witness to others.
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