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Parables of Jesus
Volume 4

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This volume of 7 ELECTRONIC  Skit Packages presents the themes of compassion, unconditional love, forgiveness, integrity, evangelism, and stewardship through a study of 6 parables that Jesus taught. Use this volume of Christian drama scripts for children to teach them how to love God, and how to love people as Jesus did.



ELECTRONIC Skit Packages in this volume! (No physical material shipped.)

You can purchase, and download, all 7 Skit Packages together, or any one of the 7 separately!

Skits In This Volume:
     (Remember, each skit includes a full Skit Package of materials!)

Skit Package 1: "Why Jesus Spoke In Parables" (Psalm 119: 105)
The children discover the reason why Jesus taught in parables, simple stories that explain complex truths. When Tina is put on restriction for lying, she has a hard time understanding the principal’s complicated letter, but when Pastor Rufus tells her the story of “The Girl Who Cried Wolf,” she understands the importance of telling the truth. She learns that Jesus’ parables are “earthly stories with Heavenly meanings.”

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


Skit Package 2: The Parable Of The Sower (Matthew 28: 19,20; Matthew 13:3-9, 18-23)
Pastor Rufus gives Harvey, Zelda, Clem, and Tina each a Bible to give to a friend. Rufus repeats Jesus’ challenge in the Parable of the Sower to be “farmers” (sowers) and to plant (or share) the seed (the Word of God) into the soil (hearts) of other people. Tina doesn’t understand what to do, Clem is afraid her friends will make fun of her, and Zelda is more concerned about listening to her new iPod. None of them plant the “Word of God” into anyone’s heart, except Harvey, who is “good soil.” He shares his faith with so many people that he has to ask Rufus for more Bibles.

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


Skit Package 3: The Good Samaritan (Luke 10: 25-27)
Tina and Zelda come face-to-face with their selfishness and prejudice as they learn a lesson about what it means to “…love your neighbor as yourself.” While the kids from the church do clean-up chores at the apartments, right near the home of the dreaded Mrs. Pickering, Clem becomes very ill. Neither Zelda nor Tina wants to help Clem, for fear of catching her sickness. Who comes to Clem’s rescue? Mrs. Pickering not only cares for Clem, but sacrifices her own treasures for Clem’s well being.

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


Skit Package 4: The Unmerciful Servant (Matthew 6:14,15; Matthew 18:21-35)
Harvey learns a painful lesson when he refuses to forgive Tina for breaking his one hundred dollar skateboard, even after Pastor Rufus forgives him for breaking the new one thousand dollar stained glass window at the church. As Pastor Rufus lists off the chores Harvey must complete to pay for the window, he makes it clear to Harvey that Jesus’ parable of the “Unmerciful Servant” warns us to forgive others; otherwise, God will not forgive us when we sin.

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


Skit Package 5: Lazarus And The Rich Man (Matthew 5:42; Luke 16:19-3)
Clem ends up friendless and lonely because she won’t share her gum with Harvey, or her skates with Zelda, or her iPod with Tina. When Rufus tells the parable of “Lazarus and the Rich Man,” he helps Clem understand that selfish people end up separated from God and from others because they care more about their stuff than they do about the needs of the people around them.

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


Skit Package 6: The Prodigal Son (I John 1:9; Luke 15:11-32)
Harvey learns that he cannot “run away” from the love of Pastor Rufus even when he forgets to lock up the maintenance shed and all of Rufus’ power tools are stolen. When Harvey returns, he begs Rufus’ forgiveness, and to his amazement, Rufus, cancels Harvey’s one thousand-dollar debt for breaking the church’s stained-glass window. Tina, however, gets jealous because she still has to work off her debt of breaking Harvey’s one hundred-dollar skateboard. Both Tina and Harvey learn to celebrate God’s continual love, just like they enjoy Pastor Rufus’ love, no matter who ran away, or who stayed home.

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


Skit Package 7: The Wise and Foolish Builders (Psalm 19:14; Matthew 7:24,27)
Zelda and Harvey make some very bad choices that get them kicked out of school and placed on “suspension.” Their lives are a real mess because they have chosen to make “sandy choices” (selfish, disobedient choices) instead of “rocky choices” (choices that please God). In the parable of “The Wise and Foolish Builders,” Jesus warns us not to build our lives on “sand,” but on the “rock” instead. Zelda and Harvey learned that lives built on “sand” will not survive when the “storms of life” come, but lives build on the “rock” will survive life’s troubles because God is with those who obey His Word.

Don't forget to download the FREE companion Parables of Jesus PowerPoint presentation. Or, click here to download it now.


This volume of skits is offered in ELECTRONIC FORMAT ONLY! You have the option of purchasing and downloading the entire volume, or individual Skit Packages.

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Product List

Product List

1 Why Jesus Spoke In ParablesWhy Jesus Spoke In ParablesELECTRONIC Skit Package 1 - The children discover the reason why Jesus taught in parables, simple stories that explain complex truths. When Tina is put on restriction for lying, she has a hard time understanding the principal's complicated letter, but when Pastor Rufus tells her the story of "The Girl Who Cried Wolf," she understands the importance of telling the truth. She learns that Jesus' parables are "earthly stories with Heavenly meanings."
2 The SowerThe SowerELECTRONIC Skit Package 2 - Pastor Rufus gives Harvey, Zelda, Clem, and Tina each a Bible to give to a friend. Rufus repeats Jesus’ challenge in the Parable of the Sower to be “farmers” (sowers) and to plant (or share) the seed (the Word of God) into the soil (hearts) of other people. Tina, Clem, Zelda and Harvey become examples of the four "soils" of this parable.
3 The Good SamaritanThe Good SamaritanELECTRONIC Skit Package 3 - Tina and Zelda come face-to-face with their selfishness and prejudice as they learn a lesson about what it means to “…love your neighbor as yourself.”
4 The Unmerciful ServantThe Unmerciful ServantELECTRONIC Skit Package 4 - Harvey learns a painful lesson when he refuses to forgive Tina for breaking his one hundred dollar skateboard, even after Pastor Rufus forgives him for breaking the new one thousand dollar stained glass window at the church. Harvey discovers that Jesus'’ parable of the “Unmerciful Servant” warns us to forgive others; otherwise, God will not forgive us when we sin.
5 Lazarus and the Rich ManLazarus and the Rich ManELECTRONIC Skit Package 5 - Clem ends up friendless and lonely because she won’t share her stuff with others. When Rufus tells the parable of “Lazarus and the Rich Man,” he helps Clem understand that selfish people end up separated from God and from others because they care more about their stuff than they do about the needs of the people around them.
6 The Prodigal SonThe Prodigal SonELECTRONIC Skit Package 6 - Harvey learns that he cannot “run away” from the love of Pastor Rufus even when he forgets to lock up the maintenance shed and all of Rufus’ power tools are stolen. Pastor Rufus forgives Harvey, and celebrates Harvey's return home. Tina gets jealous. Both Tina and Harvey learn to celebrate God’s continual love, just like they enjoy Pastor Rufus’ love, no matter who ran away, or who stayed home.
7 The Wise and Foolish BuildersThe Wise and Foolish BuildersELECTRONIC Skit Package 7 - Zelda and Harvey make some very bad choices that get them kicked out of school and placed on “suspension.” They learn that lives built on “sand” will not survive when the “storms of life” come, but lives build on the “rock” will survive life’s troubles because God is with those who obey His Word.
8 Parables of Jesus - Spiritual Growth Chart PowerPointParables of Jesus - Spiritual Growth Chart PowerPointThe “Spiritual Growth Chart” displays kind of "seed" that is planted in the human heart, and the kinds of soils that were exhibited by both the characters in the parable and the corresponding characters in the skit.
9 Vol. 4 - Parables of JesusVol. 4 - Parables of JesusIn 7 ELECTRONIC Skit Packages, Tina helps everyone understand that a "parable" is "an earthly story with a heavenly meaning," and 6 of Christ's parables are retold using current situations with which today's children can identify.

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