This parody shows how people become deceived into believing that a relationship with Christ will keep away much of the suffering and pain of life. "Real Life" catches up with a happy couple and dumps a "load" of problems on them. They try to make Real Life go away by threatening to have "It" get after ..
by Judson Poling
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An opening monologue is given at the very beginning of an Easter church service by a stage "volunteer". He's just as surprised as anyone that he's in church on Easter, let alone helping with the production. He's even moved back his golfing tee-time with some friends so he could be at church. At this ..
A Change In Tee-Time
by Mark Demel
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by Donna Lagerquist
Using the second chapter of Acts as its foundation, this scene celebrates the early days of the church. One by one, actors enter and join in the narrative scripture creating a dynamic stage picture that represents the building of the Acts Two church. This was a church that worshipped together, ate together ..
by Ingrid De Sanctis
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In this monologue we meet Beth, a woman who is obviously quite anxious. The reasons for her anxiety range from trying to quit smoking to vertigo. However, as we get to know her, we learn that anxiety has always been a part of her life. As she shares her story we come to understand that the anxiety she ..
by Jeff Berryman
Becky is a new, inexperienced Christian who decides she wants to pray. As she talks to God, she senses he is talking back, and the ensuing conversation gives us a lighthearted look at the typical foibles and follies common to people unfamiliar with prayer. The monologue ends on a warm note when, after ..
Can We Talk?