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Women's Ministry drama scripts sermon illustrations

Women's Ministry drama scripts sermon illustrations



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Christian drama skits for women's ministry and retreats description

Christian drama skits for women's ministry and retreats description

Women's Ministry Scripts center on the issues Christian women face in today's challenging and extremely diverse world. These scripts deal with a wide range of topics:
  • Seeking God's will in dating relationships

  • Selecting a husband

  • The trials and joys of the marriage relationship

  • Parenting in traditional families

  • Parenting in blended families

  • Parenting in single-parent families

  • Raising children, who inevitably become teen-agers

  • Balancing career and domestic responsibilities

  • The challenges of the single life

All of these areas are artfully addressed as women are challenged to be victorious in the ever-present spiritual warfare that besets every woman who seeks to live the Christian life with integrity.

These diverse topics are sometimes treated with humor and sometimes with heartfelt drama, but always with sensitivity in this InkSpirations category of Women's Ministry Scripts. Women's Ministry Scripts provide very memorable introductions, conclusions, or midway examples for the speaker as she presents the sermon at the women's retreat, women's Bible study, or women's ministry gathering. 

Replace male characters with female characters wherever it is preferable, and give your drama ministry a firsthand opportunity to link with the speaker to create a sermon illustration that will compliment any topical or expository sermon.

Browse the InkSpirations Women's Ministry Scripts listing to find Christian drama scripts that will portray God's love and God's presence in the life of the believer, as well as build healthy relationships, encourage spiritual growth, and challenge your congregation to evangelism.

We've listed the scripts from various InkSpirations categories that are suitable for women's ministry gatherings.  If you are interested in exploring the various categories from which these "Women's Ministry Scripts" are drawn, click on the "What are...?" InkSpirations script category links below:

What is... Christian Mime Theater? 
What are... Christian Plays? 
What are... Dream Skits?
What are... Fractured Parables? 
What are... Metaphor Skits? 
What are... Monologues? 
What are... Monologue Skits? 
What are... Realistic Skits?
What are... Rewind Skits? 
What are... Skermons? 

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Women's Ministry Skits for Christian retreats and Bible studies product list

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A Bird's Eye ViewThis Christian play explains the reasons behind God's mandate for sexual abstinence until marriage, and celebrates God's forgiveness of those who repent and turn away from sexual sin. It sets up a sermon on God's plan for sex, as it tells a compelling story through acting, music, and mime.
Small Group NightmareThis "Dream Skit" encourages people to re-evaluate their pre-conceived notions about what small groups are like. It sets up a sermon that encourages people to become involved in small fellowship/Bible study groups, sharing life's joys and sorrows, thus fulfilling the law of Christ.
The Parable of Lazareeta and The Rich WomanThis "Fractured Parable" presents a hilarious retelling of Jesus' parable of "Lazarus and the Rich Man," in which we are admonished to heed God's warnings to share our worldly goods with the poor. After death, we will be forever sorry that we did not obey the Lord and share our wealth.
The Parable of The Two BridesmaidsThis "Fractured Parable" presents a hilarious retelling of Jesus' parable of the "Wise and Foolish Virgins." The foolish bridesmaid fails to have her dress altered in time for the wedding and learns that there are no “second chances” to be ready to meet the bridegroom, Jesus.
The Samaritan Woman's MonologueIn this Christian Drama Monologue, the Samaritan Woman laments her deep disappointment caused by relationship problems, and sets the stage for a sermon on the meaning of life, which only comes when we follow Jesus and find true love through the "living water."
Miracle MonologuesThree monologues, balance Christian responsibility with God's intervention in human suffering. Each one wants God to intervene and sets the stage for a sermon on God's provision, our responsibility to take actions, and the role of suffering in the life of the believer.
The Good Shepherd MonologuesThree pleas for healing in the "valley of the shadow of death" are the subjects of these three Christian Drama Monologues. Each one sets the stage for a sermon on trusting God to be our constant companion in the "valleys" of life and not leaning on our own understanding.
Do You Really Love Me?In this Christian Monologue Skit, a daughter pleads for unconditional love. A mother-daughter relationship is strained when mom finds that Amanda has been hiding an academic probation notice, which sets the stage for a sermon on parent-teen relationship and the secrets to honest communication.
Where Is 'Normal'?In this Christian Monologue Skit, a mother shares her hope for her struggling blended family. Patti, comes home to find her blended family in chaos and at war with one another which sets the stage for a sermon on the difficulties in feeling "normal" after re-marriage in a blended family.
The Primroses of HeavenIn this Monologue Skit, a daughter remembers her mother's hope of eternal life. Nikki visits the grave of her mother each year on her mother's birthday and reads the promises of Heaven, setting the stage for a sermon on faith in God's promises and the hope of eternal life in Heaven.
An Audience With JehovahThese are three Monologues of Job-like complaints. Each one re-examines the anguish of good people over finances, wayward children, and terminal illness. These Job-like speeches lead into a sermon on God's power, regardless of our complaints, and His compassion regardless of our worthiness.
Seen, But Not HeardThree monologues seek peace in problem relationships A single mom copes with disappointment; another with allegiances in her blended family; a husband tries to re-connect with his wife; each one sets up a sermon on forgiveness and the power of God to establish healthy relationships.
The Crown of SovereigntyThis “Metaphor Skit” visits Trisha and Bob Bickerson, who exchange the "Crown of Sovereignty" as they bicker about what kind of car to buy. They set up a sermon on "mutual submission" in marriage, making it clear that neither sex has divine permission to dominate.
Construction ZoneIn this "Metaphor Skit," people uncoil and recoil to visually represent the broken relationships brought about by harsh words spoken from a prideful heart. Words can both build us up and tear us down depending on their intent.
Run To WinIn this "Metaphor Skit," Jeff is trying to run a race, but visitors who offer him drugs, alcohol, dirty magazines and bad company hinder him. Each one leaves a chain, representing a choice to give in to sin, until finally, Jeff drops in discouragement. A sermon on spiritual warfare follows.
Chain ReactionThis "Metaphor Skit" follows the misadventures of Bob Stufflemire as he shops for things he can't afford. Each time he makes a purchase, a chain is slipped onto his body, until he cannot move. The pastor unwraps Bob and "shows" the audience that bad financial decisions "chain" us up.
Good Deeds In this "rewind skit" two, not-so-mature, elderly Christians claim "Papa" as a dependent on their taxes, although he has been dead for 20 years, and set up a sermon on sanctification vs. hypocrisy: living with integrity, not professing one thing and living another.
Happy AnniversaryIn this "Rewind Skit" about marriage relationships, Drew gives Nancy what he wants for their anniversary, and Nancy gives Drew what she wants, setting up a sermon on the importance of couples sacrificing some of their own preferences to honor the needs of the spouse.
The Love ConnectionIn this final skit of the series, the "Four Loves" are compared to four contestants on a dating game show. "Agape" wins, but she cannot go alone. She must join with one of the other earthly loves, for any love relationship will become God's perfect love with "Agape." (This skit stands alone.)
'Tis the Season Remaining spiritually focused on Christ at Christmas is the theme of this skit. At church, poor Cindy barely gets the Christmas story read. Her cell phone rings, her son switches car keys, and her other two kids announce that the Christmas tree fell through the window.
Brace YourselfThe many roles of motherhood is the theme of this skit. A young woman enters what we think is an OBGYN waiting room, but she is really being fitted for a neck brace to help her balance all the various hats she has to wear. The doctor hands her a success manual: the Bible.
Amazing GraceOur self-concept in Christ is the topic of this skit, setting up a sermon on spiritual warfare when Satan tries to rob us of our identity in Christ. Grace, an overweight young mother, compares herself to the ideal wife of Proverbs 31, but she is unable to please anyone, least of all herself
Chains of WarThis "Skermon" (skit/sermon) is a picture of what hatred does. Mike's friends help him justify his anger toward his brother-in-law over a bad investment deal. Each one leaves bad advice and a chain, until Mike can hardly move. A sermon on forgiveness follows as the pastor un-chains him.
I Win, God Said!The danger of one-sided submission in marriage relationships is the topic of this "Skermon" (skit/sermon). He battles for a new table saw, while she wants to spend money on a vacation. The pastor interrupts the conflict encouraging mutual submission, beginning with our surrender to God.
Family MattersThis "Skermon" (skit/sermon) sets the stage for a four-part sermon on parenting, with one part delivered after each short vignette on an aspect of family relationships. God's command to "teach our children" the truths of the Christian life permeate every moment waking moment of our lives.
No Idols"Idol worship" is the topic of this "Skermon" (skit/sermon). Worship of pleasure, possessions, and status set the stage for the pastor to present a 3-part sermon; one part after each vignette illustrating 1John 2:16,17: the "lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life."
His Will, My Will, How Will I Know?In this "Skermon" (skit/sermon) one young woman tells her friend to "hand" her life over to God. Each finger represents one area: thumb=location; forefinger=purpose; middle finger= occupation; ring finger=a mate; and pinkie=passions. The pastor interrupts half way through as the action freezes.
Actions Speak Louder Than WordsEvangelism in the workplace is the topic of this Skermon (skit/sermon). Three employees torment their co-workers with the Gospel; one with spiritual advice, another with tracts, and another with "holy email." The pastor comments throughout during freezes or at the end as all freeze.
The Dirt on Growing UpFour different responses to the Word of God is the topic of this "Skermon" (skit/sermon) presenting a modern parallel to "The Parable of the Sower": lack of understanding, shallow faith, faith destroyed by the world, and fruitful soil. The pastor either comments after each soil as they freeze, or he comments at the end.
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