Permission is freely given for you to use these scripts, within the conditions set forth at the bottom of each one. (Please read the usage conditions before proceeding.) There is no need to ask for further permission. However, if you decide to perform any of them, use the form on the email page and let me know that you intend to use them. Tell me which scripts, who you are, and where you will be performing them. There is no charge for your use of these scripts if you abide by this simple requirement.

Please note, there are also special music and sound effects CDs for many of the scripts that will enhance your performance! Information about how to order the soundtrack CD is on each script page, or you may go to the "Soundtrack CD" page directly. NOTE: in the large yellow box near the top of each script is the "Soundtrack Info" box which will tell you what type it is; whether YOU do the lines and the CD supplies the music and sound effects, or if it is the NARRATED type for the "no lines to learn" format. There is also an Audio Preview in this box which lets you hear some of the CD. Look for this banner:

And you will find a link to play the preview! Got a question about using a soundtrack? Go here and found out why you should!

NOTE: The sale of soundtracks is how this site is supported, and enables me to bring you free scripts. If a skit calls for a soundtrack (not all do), buy it to make your skit better (the way it was written to be done) and to help me continue offering this resource! If you are going to put the time and effort into doing one of these skits, why not make it worth it and do it right?

Don't just take my word for the script and soundtrack quality; read some of the hundreds of glowingly positive user testimonials here!

NOTE: most of these scripts are the type where you deliver the lines and the CD suppies the music and sound effects. Some are of our unique "no lines to learn" type and the CD supplies the narration as well as the music and effects. Each script will tell you what type it is. Be sure which before you order the CD!

Don't forget, I also have for sale The ULTIMATE Skit Kit, which collect ALL 22 soundtrack CDs that I sell on the site, with the tracks to all of the scripts here. It's your best bet for saving money and equipping your team, since the CDs average about $8.00 each in the Skit Kit. Look for it on the Soundtracks page under the individual soundtrack CD listing.

(Please read the usage conditions before proceeding.)

Here are the skit scripts:
Click on the banner or title below to read each one!

Some scripts perfect for Fall Festivals:


"A Midnight Dreary"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)
This one has no lines to learn and takes only two people to perform! All the action in this short 19-minute play is performed to the narration (with music and effects) on the Soundtrack CD. A man is spending a stormy night at home by himself. When he thinks that an escaped convict is lurking outside, he forgets the Bible lesson on fear he was studying, and panics. A comedy of terrors results, as circumstances conspire to bring him to the brink of a nervous breakdown. Absolutely Perfect for Fall Festivals and Halloween Alternative events!


"The Tell-Tale Talent"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Relaxed in his passive inactivity, Stan gets a rude awakening when the talent he has buried years ago comes back to haunt him! Perfect for October fall festivals, but good any time of the year, this short-but-scary script can put as many as 10 actors to work for about 10-12 minutes. May be the ultimate church Volunteer Recruitment drama!


"Attack of the Monster Tongue"
(Soundtrack key: BOTH OPTIONS ARE ON THE CD: NO LINES TO LEARN --OR-- You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)

Looking for something short but hard-hitting and fall-down funny? Why not perform our radio hit song with skit elements, "Attack of the Monster Tongue?" Lots of others around the country have; puppet teams, singing groups, drama teams, and more. You'll cackle and chortle over this story of Gossips Gone Wild! About 6 minutes long.


"Assignment: Witness!"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
The interaction between a believer and a non-believer at a bus stop is influenced by unseen (to them) spiritual beings representing both sides. The very real powers of Heaven and Hell are seen as they strive for a soul. Churches all across the country have performed this one! Runs about 10 minutes.


"Assignment: Hindrance!"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
This short skit follows the chance meeting of a couple of demons, Scuzzy and Sleazy, as they converse about the ups and downs of being assigned to hinder Christians. Funny, direct and easy-to-do, this script goes great as a follow-up sequel to "Assignment: Witness," or stands alone. 6-8 minutes.


"The Creature In The Closet"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
What is the nasty little monster that is hiding in Ron's closet? And how is it coming between him and his neighbor? A parable comedy skit about the dangers of unforgiveness. Something stinks in this guy's house, and it ain't his socks. This 8-10 minute script uses four people and the alternate male/female version is good if your available cast is different.


"A Canvas of Lies"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
We've heard it said that the Devil can paint a pretty picture. As it turns out, he's a decent painter after all. During a TV interview about his new gallery exhibition, Mr. Zee reveals the secret of his artistic success. But before it's over, more is revealed than he counted on! Running about 10 minutes and using 3 main actors, two bit parts and some extras, this "colorful" skit will put the truth on display in a humorous way.


"In The Shadow Of Death"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
This script is not quite as humor-oriented as the others, (although it does have funny moments) but it's very effective in the portrayal of the ways people try to avoid facing the fact that a dark predator is stalking them. Click the title to read "In The Shadow of Death," a short work that can briefly employ as many as eleven actors. Good for some chills, with guaranteed goosebumps at the end! About 10 minutes.


"Tricks or Treats: Scare vs Share"

(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A seasonal script. A Christian wife takes the opportunity to hand out Gospel tracts with the candy for Halloween: "share," but her husband has a different idea: "scare!" Will the kids get "tricked" or "treated?" And what about the neighbors that pop in unexpectedly? A short, fun (and very easy-to-do) skit that uses 4 adults and a half-dozen kids (that come to the door.)

Especially for Christmas Holidays:

NEW! A short 15 minute mini-play with no lines to learn... and only needs 4 people!

(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)

"The Junk Man's Christmas Dinner"
A hermit that lives by a junkyard is spending Christmas Eve feeling sorry for himself. But his solitude is interrupted by a visitor worse off than him, and he learns that the key to the joy of the season is giving what you can. Originally part of the longer play "Assignment: Comfort and Joy," the scene was expanded a little and given a different ending so it could stand alone. Includes a reading of the Nativity Story, also! Approximately 15 minutes and only needs four people to do it. Could be done with one rehearsal session if needed!

NEW: Two 20 minute Skits With No Lines To Learn!


The Narrated Nativity
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)
Want to do a short traditional Christmas Nativity play, but with no lines to learn? Use this script and soundtrack CD, which supplies all of the narration, background music and sound effects on the CD! Originally part of the longer play "Redemption In The Wings," which is below, this script and CD isolates just those Nativity Story sequences for your convenience. The four scenes are: The Annunciation, The Angel Tells The Shepherds, The Shepherds Find The Baby, and Simeon and Anna In The Temple. Each one runs about 5 minutes, for a total of 20 minutes. Go here to read just those scenes and order the CD soundtrack. You could separate each scene with live Christmas singing, if you wish!


"The Ultimate Gift"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)

The three-part comedic skit entitled "The Ultimate Gift" is presented as part of the longer play "Assignment: Comfort And Joy!" (which is below). HOWEVER, if you
only want to do a shorter 18 minute presentation, you can do just the short skits and present live singing in between each part if you wish. This script and CD isolates those three skit sequences for your convenience.
Synopsis: At a meeting of a technology company days before Christmas, three inventors present their inventions for the next year's "Ultimate Gift." In each of the three five-to-six-minute skit sequences, a way-out device is demonstrated that causes havoc on the group, with truly hysterical results! A cleaning lady that is present as a witness shares with them what the ultimate gift really is, and how to receive it. Full of humor, funny action and deep meaning, but with no lines to learn, these short series of skits will excite your actors and tickle the viewers. Read the script and order the CD soundtrack for "The Ultimate Gift" here!

FULL-LENGTH Complete Christmas Plays:

THESE NEXT SCRIPTS ARE OUR POPULAR "NO LINES TO LEARN" DRAMAS DONE TO A NARRATED SOUNDTRACK!

NEW!

New for 2013
: "Christmas Leads Us Home"

(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)

You asked for it... you got it! Here's a new script in the unique "No Lines To Learn" narrated format. This script (approximately 50 minutes) deals with a mother's difficult relationship with a wayward daughter, as well as her fears for the soul of a son in the military. A flashback to a family Christmas party from 20 years before is framed by a current-day drama in the nursing home where the mother is staying. A powerful play that will touch everyone, which includes a reading of the Nativity story, and a re-enactment by the kids of the visit by the Wise Men, as well as a place for the kids to sing live! The 50-minute soundtrack with all the narration and music is now ready to order. Read the script and order the soundtrack here! Or, you may read a condensed story outline of the script here, which will give you an idea of what happens in it, without having to read the entire script first.


"The Christmas Family"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)

Here is the play that started it all: our most popular "no lines" Christmas play that over 1,500 churches have performed across the country! Performed to a narrated soundtrack with professional voices, movie-quality background music and sound effects, the 40 minute play depicts a crippled boy at a children's home as he spends Christmas Eve listening to a radio reading of the Christmas Story. It comes alive in his imagination, and we see the shepherds visit the Christ child and the Holy Family at the manger. But will his own hopes for a family ever come true? A touching and EASY TO DO 40-minute script that involves both children, teens and adults! Many, many churches reported back that it was their BEST Christmas drama ever. Find out why it's so popular, and why hundreds of NEW churches do this each year!

FULL-LENGTH Christmas Play!

"Redemption In The Wings"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)

NO LINES TO LEARN! Yes, due to popular demand (and some people really demanded it), another Christmas drama, done in the "Play/Act" format, has been written and produced. Getting rave reviews, and done in the style of the hit "The Christmas Family," with all the narration on the CD, this 75-minute play and soundtrack is the next step up. The workers at a homeless shelter are putting on a Nativity play for the guests; but one difficulty after another threaten to stop it. When a mysterious helper arrives, miraculous things begin to happen behind the scenes! A moving story of redemption, and reconciliation that will have your audience crying and laughing. CLICK HERE to read the script and order the soundtrack! OR, click here to read a shorter story outline, (and user testimonies) so you will know if you like it before reading the whole thing. Those that have performed this play have testified that it was the most powerful and moving play they have ever done! It is two plays in one; the behind the scenes at the shelter, and the Nativity play they present for their guests.


"Assignment: Comfort And Joy!"

(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)

NO LINES TO LEARN! For those that have done my previous longer Christmas scripts and are ready for a new one... here it is! The title is "Assignment: Comfort And Joy!" and it is another in our incredibly popular "Play/Act" format scripts, with no lines to learn. (All the narration, music and sound effects are mixed on the CD and all you do is act along.) The plot: a lonely radio DJ is working the night shift on Christmas Eve. As he plays music and reads a humorous Christmas story he has written, we see three different listeners who tune in during the midst of their tragedies and difficulties. Each one of the three story parts affect their lives in unique ways, and lead toward a surprising -and touching- conclusion. The framework play is one hour, with the embedded 19-minute skit done in three parts, for a total of 79 minutes. It's a play and several skits in one! Read the complete script here, and listen to a preview of the soundtrack, now available to order.

Or, you may read a condensed story outline of the script here, which will give you an idea of what happens in it, without having to read the entire script first.

SHORTER SKITS:


"The Great Church Robbery"
(Soundtrack key: BOTH OPTIONS ARE ON THE CD: NO LINES TO LEARN --OR-- You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Inspired by "How The Grinch Stole Christmas, this is a short yet powerful presentation guaranteed to bring a smile to their lips and a tear to their eyes! It can be done as
a dramatic reading or acted out to the recording or live narration. Done by many for Christmas, it can be done at any time for a short presentation if you want something simple but very moving. Another great last-minute skit since it can be acted out to the narrated recording! 6 minutes.

Our all-time most popular short Christmas script!

"Live From Downtown"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Looking around for the perfect short comedy Christmas skit for that holiday banquet or service? Well, look no more! Here is the script for one that's 10 to 12 minutes, that can use 13 or more people (8 actors and a group of carolers). This script is just right if you're looking for a short but funny (and meaningful) Christmas presentation. It has been our most popular short Christmas skit so far. Check it out!

This one can be done simply by just two people!

"Crisis on the Holiday Helpline"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
The Holiday Helpline is set up to help people facing despair, despondency and depression during the holidays. But without the Lord, what hope can the counselor give? What if he's worse off than the callers? Funny and effective, with a powerful salvation scene. A short, VERY easy to do skit that needs only one person onstage (with the script on a laptop), and one offstage on a microphone! This may be the ultimate last-minute Christmas skit! 8-10 minutes. ALSO COMES IN A THANKSGIVING VERSION.

This one is a favorite of those that have done it!

"How Nick Became a Saint!"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Under observation by the unseen angel assigned to him, department store clerk Nick is drafted to be a fill-in Santa. Enduring demands and abuse by the kids in line, his holiday cheer melts like a snowflake on a griddle. But then he gets the best present he ever received, from the most unlikely source; a little girl on his knee who shows him where the true joy of Christmas comes from. Kids and adults can be part of this one! 10-15 minutes.


"The Cowboy Carl and Pal the Wonderdog Radio Christmas Special"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Read the hilarious two-person script, "Cowboy Carl and Pal the Wonder Dog's Radio Christmas Special," by clicking the title. This one is different, in that you get to produce a "live radio show" right in front of the audience! It also combines the fun of a puppet skit by making one of the characters a puppeteer. You've never seen -or performed- a skit as unique as this one! About 15 minutes long.


"New Year's Eve at the Bad Habit Club"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A group of Bad Habits, temporarily displaced due to New Year's Resolutions, gather to celebrate and wait until the resolutions are broken and they can go home. But when the unthinkable happens, things go from bad to worse for the motley crew! A funny skit parable about 15 minutes long that uses 7 people.

Other scripts for year-round:

Our most popular Valentine's Day script:

"The Battle of the Sexes: Round One"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.
However, it
can also be done using the demo track, with no lines to learn!)
In this "post-fig leaf" script, the world's first couple hit their first speed bump on the road to martial... uh, marital bliss. After being evicted from the Garden of Eden, will they ever get over blaming each other? About 8-10 minutes in length, this light, humorous, but ultimately touching skit, is great anytime, but perfect for Valentine's Day.

Our most popular Mother's Day script!

"Mama's Close Call!"

(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Written for Mother's Day, but good any time, this skit will have everyone in stitches! Mama, settling in for a nice quiet evening with her TV, gets more excitement than she bargained for -or wanted- when her writer son drops in. Getting all choked up -literally- over his tribute to mothers, Mama wonders: will she ever get to watch her movie, or will she end up in the hospital? A hysterical 8-10 minute sketch with a heart! (Click here for a version of the script for an all-female cast, with the son part changed to a daughter.)


"Mama Knows Best!"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Now available, a Mother's Day version of the skit "How To Be Spiritually Fit," (described further above) featuring the same characters from the incredibly popular "Mama's Close Call!" When Mama's son Little Louie buys a "do-it-yourself" spiritual fitness program for her, things don't go as he planned. Click here to read this hysterical script! (Also available in a FEMALE-ONLY cast version!)

NEW!

"Prohibiting Prayer: The Daniel Decree"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)
No lines to learn! A retelling of the story of Daniel and the Lion's Den from a new perspective. The Chief Scribe to King Darius, responsible for chronicling events in the kingdom, tells the story that he and his son witness and became participants in. Seeing Daniel's dedication and deliverance, both he and his son learn that they can trust Daniel's God like he does. Length of play with soundtrack: 35 minutes. Great anytime, but PERFECT for Father's Day!!!

COMPLETE PLAY!!!

"The Legacy"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)
NO LINES TO LEARN! Written primarily for Easter, but good anytime, this easy-to-do 52-minute script with narrative soundtrack presents a powerful message about Jesus' obedience to His Father, and His atoning sacrifice, in the form of a dream of a young man on the verge of an important decision. His believing mother's prayers for her son result in a life-changing experience (a vision of the Crucifixion) that will touch your audience! Click on the title above or the banner to read; OR, click here to read a shorter story outline, so you will know if you like it before reading the whole thing.


"The Great Church Robbery"
(Soundtrack key: BOTH OPTIONS ARE ON THE CD: NO LINES TO LEARN --OR-- You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Inspired by "How The Grinch Stole Christmas, this is a short yet powerful presentation guaranteed to bring a smile to their lips and a tear to their eyes! It can be done as
a dramatic reading or acted out to the recording or live narration. Done by many for Christmas, it can be done at any time for a short presentation if you want something simple but very moving. There is also an Easter version. Another great last-minute skit since it can be acted out to the narrated recording! 6 minutes.

Complete Play!

"Jerusalem's Most Wanted."
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Detailing Peter's deliverance from prison and certain death by an angel in the Book of Acts, this dramatic, yet sometimes humorous script is our biggest yet! Utilising up to nearly 20 people and lasting 20-25 minutes, this full-fledged five-act play demonstrates the continuing impact that Christ's resurrection had on those who lived through it. Great for something different on Easter!


"The Guy With the Cardboard Christ"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
While relaxing in the park, a man is approached by a smiling fellow carrying a life-sized cardboard cutout of Jesus. A strange, but immensely amusing story emerges as he attempts to share his very personal (and very silent) Savior with his skeptical listener. A funny two-person skit, about 8-10 minutes in length, that puts shallow faith in a new light! (Also good for Easter!)

NEW!

"The Jokers of Jericho"
(Soundtrack key: NO LINES TO LEARN, CD supplies the narration, background music and sound effects.)
No lines to learn! All the action is performed to the narration (with music and effects) on the Soundtrack CD, as this short 13-minute play portrays the fall of the walls of Jericho. A young boy, struggling with the pressure that his testimony causes at school, attends a neighborhood gathering to hear Grandpa tell a story. As he listens, the story comes to life in his imagination, and we get a powerful glimpse of the Biblical story of the fall of Jericho. Perfect for a new drama team as well as experienced actors, this short but powerful mini-play will move the congregation in an unforgettable way! All ages can be involved from children, to teens, to adults, to seniors! On the same Combo Package with the skit, "A Midnight Dreary."
Also available in a
shorter 7-minute version that only includes the Jericho scenes, not the modern-day framework.


"The Trials of Rev. Milton Blumquist,"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A down-home country preacher attempts to record his radio program on the topic of "patience." Trouble is, he has none! A series of interruptions hilariously cause him to lose his cool, but fail to teach him the lesson that he needs patience himself. Finally it descends into side-splitting chaos, and he sees the light. Adapted from the Prime Example comedy CD, and performed by Fred for over a decade, this one-man script will have your audience in stitches! Our #1 script for Father's Day!


"How To Be Spiritually Fit"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A gullible fellow orders an advertised program to help him be spiritually fit in one easy lesson. But the lesson is far from easy as he learns, the hard way, that there are no shortcuts on the road to spiritual health. A painfully funny two-person skit that runs about 15 minutes. Very popular for use on Father's Day!


"Live From The Battlefield"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A Christian reporter interviews a Soldier of the Lord at the front of the battle. In the face of the fierce fighting and the soldier's dedication, the reporter learns the importance of the armor of God and personal commitment. One of our most-performed scripts, running about 8-10 minutes. Your Dads in the congregation will love this message about service and dedication!


"The Crate Escape!"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Just what is in the mysterious box that Mr. Hunter brings to town? That's what Jerry wants to know, and when he takes the bait, the trap snaps shut. A parade of people with mistaken advice only makes things worse. Will curiosity kill the cat or will Jerry somehow escape to tell the tale? A fun, dramatic 15-20 minute mini-play about the bondage of sin; with 4 major and 6 minor parts.


"A Day To Remember"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
This is a serious drama script that uses the 9-11 World Trade Center attack as a looming backdrop to an intimate drama. Running 8 to 10 minutes long, it is a powerful reminder that God is in control even when things are looking bad. It also brings a strong message about not putting off salvation. Read it to see if you want to perform this relevant script , in which the revelation of where the characters are comes as surprise ending to viewers not aware of this synopsis.


"Testimony Show"
(Soundtrack key: BOTH OPTIONS ARE ON THE CD: NO LINES TO LEARN --OR-- You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
An announcer at a Christian radio station opens the phone lines to give his listeners an opportunity to share their testimony. His emotional state comically deteriorates as the calls instead become a testimony to defeat, trouble and thanklessness! This 5-6 minute song with skit elements is performed to music, and works great for Thanksgiving. Also great for puppet teams, and combinations of drama team/singing group.


"The War of the Wills"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A TV reporter covers the scene of a raging battle that has broken out in the parking lot of a neighborhood church. As she interviews various refugees from the combat zone, the picture emerges of a congregation wracked by a war between some of the members over a trivial matter. A powerful message presented in an imaginative way.


"The Wrap Group"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A support group for people addicted to popping bubble-wrap meets, with a new visitor in attendance. As he gives his testimony on the help he has in the Lord, some secular feathers get ruffled. As much a statement on the culture war between the secular and the sacred, as it is on the dangers of various habits, this short 8-10 minute script uses 7 or more people. This script has been used to great success with the "Celebrate Recovery" program!


"The Stupid Dummy's Guide To Higher Self-Esteem"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Well, she's just had her first book published on the subject of self-esteem. Now, it's her first book-signing at a local bookstore. But her own self-esteem, as well as her philosophy on how to increase it, take a real beating! Lasting about 10-15 minutes, and using just about everyone in your drama team, this funny script will give your actors something to put their teeth into.


"The Sheep's Clothing Store"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Wandering into a new store, a church-going customer begins to realise that things are not as they seem. Could the proprietor, Mr. Wolfe, have an ulterior motive in selling his fashion line? Not everyone dressed like a Christian is one. This is where they shop. A funny but direct skit that runs about 8-10 minutes and uses four people.


"The Audition"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Wanting to cross over into secular entertainment, a Christian actor tries out for the role of an action hero in a major motion picture. Torn between his standards and the desire to get the role, the aspiring "new Eastwood" finds that being a crossover artist puts him on the wrong side of the fence. Lasting about 10 minutes, and using three people, this skit is easy to do, and is a powerful witness about the price of compromise.


"The Deejay's Dilemma"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
All ready for a rockin' radio show, a shock-jock-wannabe DJ finds his style cramped by a new preaching program on the Sunday schedule. As the preacher delivers his sermon, and the DJ tries to distract himself, he begins to realize that something strange is going on. How does this simple preacher, who is a complete stranger, know so much about him? Runs about 10 minutes.


"Crazy For Christ"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A young Christian applying for a position at a mental hospital suddenly finds his sanity being questioned because of his faith. Will he end up staying as a patient instead of an employee? Running about 8-10 minutes, this skit uses 6 people and one very large needle (supplied).


"The Pastor's Barbeque"
(Soundtrack key: BOTH OPTIONS ARE ON THE CD: NO LINES TO LEARN --OR-- You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
When some disgruntled church members call a secret meeting to plan the removal of their "meddling" pastor, the party is crashed by a mysterious Stranger who sets them straight in a way they'll
never forget! Based on the popular radio release of 2003 by Prime Example, this powerful and funny 6 minute song/skit hybrid is great for
Pastor Appreciation Day or anytime.


"The Gift"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
An elderly lady is admitted to a nursing home. Her fruitful days of puppet ministry are coming to a close, but something wonderful happens! Written specifically for a female ventriloquist/actress, this script is limited in who can perform it, but it's an idea I've had for awhile. Maybe there is a lady out there reading this who has that kind of ministry, that might enjoy doing the script. But if you can't do it, read it anyway, and be sure to have a hanky handy!


"The Man With The Shellfish Heart"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
Here's a script that only takes two people to perform, yet it's packed with humor and pathos. A private detective, looking for the heir to a great fortune, stumbles on a sad, depressed shell of a man who has had his heart broken. Insensitive at first, the Christian P.I. begins to realise that his own heart has been clammed up about God's love for too long. Runs about 8-10 minutes, and is great for Friendship Day.

This is one of our hottest skits right now!

"The Red Tie Club"
(Soundtrack key: You do your own lines and the CD supplies the background music and sound effects.)
A man, trying to get in an exclusive club without the proper attire, tries everything in his power to get the doorman to let him in. The lesson he learns about the requirements to enter are a powerful parable about the efforts man makes to get into heaven. Get into this easy-to-do (and increasingly popular) 8-10 minute skit here!


Sometimes you just want something you can do real quick.

"Short And Sweet!"

Announcing an exciting new feature here on ChristianSkitScripts.com: Skit Bits by Prime Example! Skit Bits are very short, fast-moving and hilarious skits based on scripts from our sixty-second national radio program, "You Gotta Laugh." We will be adapting and posting these on a regular basis, so check back in every so often.

These mini-skits are great for sermon-starters, comedy program sequences, puppets, you name it! Just as carefully written as our longer material, these skits have been heard by thousands on the radio. Now, your youth group or drama team can do them!

FREE PUNCH!

But wait, there's more! Free inside each specially marked Skit Bits script is an embedded link for a standard musical open and close (the same open and close work for each script). You may click on the link to download the file, then copy it to CD for your use when performing the script. The addition of a short musical open and close will "add punch" and make your presentation much more effective and professional!

New! "The Unknown Witnesses"

"He Got Barbara!"

"Faults Prophecy"

"Scriptural Smackdown"

"Season's Beatings"
(Short version of "Live From Downtown," for Christmas)

Go to the Submissions Page to see photos sent in by churches that have done a script. Seeing what they did might give you some ideas!


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