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Monologue Skits Christian drama scripts sermon illustrations

Monologue Skits Christian drama scripts sermon illustrations

 

 

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In a Monologue Skit, the central character takes a moment to "think about life"
and delivers a monologue while the rest of the skit freezes.

The events of the skit set the character up for an important emotional reaction that comes in the form of a monologue. The audience gets a firsthand look at the psychological struggle that the events of the skit create.

 This type of Christian drama provides your drama ministry with the opportunity to present two Christian theater forms at once: the skit and the monologue!

A Monologue Skit provides a very memorable introduction, conclusion, or midway example for the pastor as he presents the church sermon. It gives your drama ministry a firsthand opportunity to link with the pastor to create a sermon illustration that will compliment any topical or expository sermon.

Browse the InkSpirations Monologue Skits 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.

Monologue Skits Christian drama scripts sermon illustrations

Monologue Skits Christian drama scripts sermon illustrations

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Monologue Skits Christian drama scripts sermon illustrations

Monologue Skits Christian drama scripts sermon illustrations

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.
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.
One Choice, One NightmareChris chooses “worldly pleasures” over spiritual integrity and delivers this monologue after failing to wear the Armor of God. Six men shadow him, representing the parts of the Armor of God, setting up a sermon on the power of compromise to take over our Christian value system.
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.
Shady Business Chris puts greed over integrity and delivers this monologue after failing to wear the Armor of God. Six men shadow him, representing the parts of the Armor of God, setting up a sermon on the power of greed to take over our Christian value system and the importance of wearing the armor of God.
Solomon's MonologueIn this Monologue Skit, Solomon laments the emptiness of wealth, lust, and power; all of which lead to vanity. He sets up a sermon on the dangers of turning wealth, status, and physical pleasure into idols. Spiritual hunger is only satisfied by a Christian life wholly devoted to God's priorities.
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.
What's Wrong With People?In this Monologue Skit, Carl blames others for his interpersonal relationship problems. He thinks everyone is rotten to the core and that life is unfair. He sets the stage for a sermon on humility, compassion, and seeing people through God's eyes.
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.
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