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FEATURED SKITS

Mother's Day
(17 Skits) 
Always Be My Baby
Kids Say the Funniest Things
The Mommy Method
When I Was Little
The Family Quilt
Mommy Training Camp
Motherhood Hall of Fame
Heart Strings
What I Admire Most
When the Rains Came
911
Hats
The Wizard of Aaahhs
A Breath of Fresh Air
Shine
Mom's Star Search
Mirror, Mirror
 
   
Spring
(15 Skits) Spritual Growth and other spring themes
Flower Power
The Cure
Seasonal Concepts
Stepping Out
All Creatures Great and Small
A Harvest Tale
Free At Last
The Amazing Race
Tree of Life
Showers of Blessings
Spring Has Sprung
The Butterfly Effect
Skeletons in the Closet
Through the Wringer
The Birthday
   
Women's Ministry
(37 Skits) Issues women face
A Shining Star
Through the Years
Pearls of Wisdom
When I Was Little
Pretty Woman at the Well
My Will or Yours
Beautiful You
Flower Power
The Cure
Baggage Claim
And Then There Were Three
The Family Quilt
Stepping Out
Mommy Training Camp
These Shoes Were Made for Walking
Doubly Blessed
Fill My Cup
Stepping Stones
All You Need
Cruisin' and Losin'
Footprints
Loyal to the End
A Grateful Heart
Loyal Friends
Face Your Giant
Showers of Blessings
Spring Has Sprung
The Butterfly Effect
Goodness and Grace
Way Down in my Heart
Skeletons in the Closet
Through the Wringer
911
Hats
A Friend Indeed
Mirror, Mirror
Working it Out
  
   
Father's Day
(8 Skits) 
Lesson Learned
Father Figures
Faith of Our Fathers
The Cars in Dad's Garage
Dad's Top Ten
Letters to My Son
Who's Your Daddy
Dad's Big Surprise
 
   
Always Be My Baby - Drama

$10.00

Inspired by the book, "Love You Forever," by Robert Munsch, this skit takes you through the various stages of parenthood and childhood.  We begin as Mom and Dad bring their new bundle of joy home from the hospital, venture through the middle school years, through graduation, marriage and grandchildren.  All the while, Mom bestows her son with her loving mantra: "No matter how old you are, or where  you set your feet...I'll always be your mom and you'll always be my baby."  The relationship comes full circle in the end, when the Son moves back to his hometown, to take care of his aging parents.  

Told with love and sincerity, this touching skit will pull at the heartstrings of any parent! 

Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Kids Say the Funniest Things - Comedy

$7.00

The talk show "Kids Say the Funniest Things" is in full session, and today the topic is "Moms."  As the Host asks each child a question, they answer with candid and funny answers, such as, Question: "Why did God make mothers?  Answer: Because she's the only one who knows where the scotch tape is."  This skit reminds us of the humorous way children view their moms and the things they do.  Originally written for elementary age students, this skit is flexible enough to accommodate a large or small cast with a few simple line reassignments. Perfect for a mother/daughter banquet, Sunday School class or smaller school classroom. This skit will have your moms in stitches, as the funniest words come from the mouths of babes!

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Mommy Method - Comedy

$10.00

Beth, a very pregnant adult woman, confides in her mother she's terrified of her impending motherhood. She doesn't want to be one of those "helicopter moms" who constantly hovers over her children or a "karaoke mom" who dresses and talks like her kids in order to stay hip and young.  Through the course of conversation, various other mothering styles are discussed, such as: "dry cleaner mom" who wants to drop her kids off and expects someone else to take care of the "dirty work;" "volcano mom" who erupts suddenly without warning over minor things; "dropout mom" who checks out physically, spiritually or emotionally; "bullied mom" who gives control to her kids; "groupie mom" who worships her kids; and "commando mom" who enforces rules and punishment but lacks love and relationship.

Characters: 13 Length: 10-15 minutes
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When I Was Little - Comedy

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It's Granny Emma's birthday, which happens to coincide with Mother's Day this year, and four generations of women gather together for a family photo to celebrate this special day.  While searching for lost shoes, and fiddling with jacket zippers, Emmie, (Emma's great-granddaughter) begins to ask questions about what life was like when her mom was little, especially when it came to the relationship between her, and her grandmother.  "Did Granny play with you, like Nana plays with me?" she asks. With the help of a family photo album, and the memories of her Granny Emma, Emmie learns she has more in common with her mom than she thought, as well as what it means to be thankful for the blessings in your life.

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Family Quilt - Comedy

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Three generations of women have gathered to sew the family quilt: Grandma, her three adult daughters, and one grown granddaughter.  Normal family discussion ensues as the women talk about various patches and memories that are displayed on the quilt.  The granddaughter recognizes a patch from her baby blanket, a daughter sees the material from the dress she was wearing when her husband proposed, and another daughter recognizes the material from her favorite curtains as a child.  All is well, as each woman reflects on their individual memories, until a flaw is discovered on the quilt: Rachel, the grandaughter, has used various colors of thread on her sections of the quilt, instead of the uniform white thread the others are using.  At first the mistake seems huge and Rachel, though heartbroken at her mistake, is willing to tear out the work and start over.  However, the wisdom of her Grandma is shown, as Grandma begins to recount the ways a quilt is like a family.  "The flaws are what make us unique....although each piece is different when it's all together it's beautiful...sewn together, each piece is stronger than when it's alone..."  Little by little the family realizes that instead of a huge mistake, a new story has been woven into the fabric of their  life on that day, like so many other patches on the quilt.  In the end, the family sees how they are more like a quilt than they ever would have thought. 

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Mommy Training Camp - Comedy

$10.00

Jack is tired of hearing his wife complain about how tired she is, how busy she is keeping up with the kids and how hard she works as a mom, so he decides to enlist in a mommy training camp to prove that her complaints "are all in her head." After all, he thinks, "How hard can it be?"  His confidence begins to waver when Nora, the woman in charge, brings out a HUGE training manual with the list of all his duties.  The title of "mother" doesn't seem so easy after Jack hears what his training will require, which includes things like: making home-cooked meals only (no fast food), making lists and grocery shopping, cleaning, doing laundry, scheduling appointments, sending out birthday cards to friends and family (no e-mail, since cards are more personal), becoming a "room mother," dieting, plucking his eyebrows, shaving his legs...and the list goes on and on.  By the end of the skit, Jack isn't so convinced being a mom is such an easy task and decides to not only re-think his enrollment in the training camp, but he feels he owes his wife a big apology, and a lot more help around the house!

Characters: 6 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Motherhood Hall of Fame - Comedy

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The Board of the Motherhood Hall of Fame has commenced. Biblical mothers and Board Members include: Hannah (mother of Samuel), Hagar (mother of Ishmael), Sarah (mother of Isaac) and Board President--Mary (the mother of Jesus.) Angela, a modern day "every woman," is petitioning to be included in the Hall of Fame, but the Board is hesitant to let her "in" until they know of her qualifications. The Board's idea of Hall of Fame material, is a "Leave it to Beaver" type of mother, but Angela insists that every mother is special and deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. She says, "All moms are extraordinary.  Not because of what we do, if we work or don't work, if we're married or single, if we have 1 child or 10...what makes us special is who we are: the fact that we love our children and do our best to raise them." The Board seems skeptical at first but Angela eventually wins them over, and for a moment even both Sarah and Hagar find something in the other to admire: they're both moms. 

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Heart Strings - Comedy

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When Kate was little she adored her mom, then during her teenage years she abhorred her mom.  As she became an adult and had her own children, Kate began to realize all the ways she depended on and appreciated her mother.  This skit gives a sneak peek into the special relationship between a mother and her daughter through the years.  For every mother who's had a daughter, and for every daughter who's become a mother, this skit will pull at your own heart strings, and bring back precious memories of your own.  

Characters: 6 Length: 10-12 minutes
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What I Admire Most - Comedy

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When Jen discovers she's pregnant, she shares the news with her mother and mother-in-law.  After the excitement dies down, what follows is a light-hearted discussion about the ups and downs of motherhood.  Lynn, Jen's mom, confesses there were days she wanted to "drop the kids off at the babysitter and seriously consider about leaving them there for good!" while Lucy, her mother-in-law admits feeling guilty about continuing to work after her children were born.  The two experienced moms reveal things they've admired about each other over the years, such as the ability to be home with the kids or the capability of balancing a home and work life.  In the end, the mothers and mother-to-be discuss the impossible expectations most moms seem to place upon themselves, and find that the only thing they can do is love their children and raise them the best way they can.

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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When the Rains Came - Comedy

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The three little pigs are all grown up and Mother Pig encourages them to "marry and build homes of their own." When Daisy Pig asks "What kinds of things should we choose to build our homes?" her mother replies, "Think back to your own childhood: recall those moments that made you the happiest.  Remember the the things that brought you comfort and made you feel safe.  Build your home upon those things."  However, Mother Pig is later shocked when she finds out the real causes of her daughter's happiness: one daughter is obsessed with wealth; another with perfection.  But what about the third daughter? Just maybe she has found the real source of a happy home: a solid foundation.  Can a Mother Pig dare to dream?

Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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911 - Comedy

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A frantic woman shows up at a police station to file a missing person's report.  "Alice Moore has been missing for maybe 3 or 4 years," the woman claims.  The officer is at once suspicious and begins asking questions about Alice's disappearance. "Why didn't you report this earlier?" he asks the woman.  Her reply was, "I figured she'd come back eventually, but she didn't."  The woman then goes on to tell how Alice lived a carefree life full of hobbies and interests, but that it all seemed to change after she had children.  When the woman finally shows the officer a picture of Alice, the officer wants to know if this is all a bad joke, because the woman reporting Alice missing, is none other than Alice, herself.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Hats - Monologue

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"I can sum up motherhood in one word: "hats," says one woman.  Apparently, she has a chef hat, housekeeper hat, chauffeur's hat, nurse's hat, detective hat etc.  This fun 1 person monologue can be read to the audience as a letter or acted out, signifying all the "hats" (roles) women have as mothers.  Actual hat props are optional.

Characters: 1 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Wizard of Aaahhs - Comedy

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Dorothy Rhodes awakens from a nap to find a strange woman in her living room.  The woman, resembling the owner of the bakery down the street, claims she is looking for the Wizard of Aaahhs and wants to know if Dorothy can help her in her search.  Dorothy becomes confused, as she has never heard of such a person.  But one by one, the people in Dorothy's life enter her living room, all looking for the same wise Wizard, and help with their problems: a loss of perspective, no hope, loss of identity etc.  As she rubs her fuzzy house slippers together, chanting "There's no place like home," Dorothy does indeed encounter the Wizard, where she learns the valuable lessons in the land of "Aaahhs."

Characters: 8 Length: 10-12 minutes
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A Breath of Fresh Air - Comedy

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The ladies of the of S.S.A. (Stinky Smells Anonymous) are discouraged with some of the "drudgeries" of motherhood; dirty diapers, potty training, babies spitting up etc. So, when the first meeting of S.S.A. commences, the ladies find a common bond in some of the "stenches" only mothers can truly understand.  They are reminded of the old Calgon commercial that says, "Calgon, take me away!"  They comment on how nice it would be if they could be whisked away in real life.  Suddenly, one of the moms reaches up to heaven and says, "Jesus, take me away!"  and she is magically transported to a place of blue skies and flowers.  She thinks she is in heaven.  The other ladies soon follow and they learn how Jesus can help "transport" them any time they need a break from the pressures and even "smells" of motherhood. They soon realize that paradise is only a breath away.

Characters: 7 Length: 10-12 minutes
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Shine - Narrative

$7.00

Based on the song "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,"  and 1 Corinthians 15:41, this monologue/rhyme emphasizes the unique talents and gifts God gave to each mother. 

Characters: 1 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Mom's Star Search - Comedy

$10.00

Welcome to "Star Search:  Mother's Edition."  With the help of our judges, Betty Crocker, Martha Stewart, and Society, we watch 4 moms compete in various tasks in order to be named "The Most Talented Mom in America." Competitions include: diaper changing, singing, cleaning, ironing, riding with children in the car, and yes, even being sexy!  But is this what God had in mind for motherhood?  Find out, in this hilarious, physical comedy.

Characters: 9 Length: 10-15 minutes
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Mirror, Mirror - Comedy

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This lighthearted look at motherhood begins with a woman wanting to know how she is doing in her role as a mother. She asks her mirror:  "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest mom of all?" The mirror is hesitant to answer, however, given that he is prone to telling the truth.  But, at the insistence of the woman the mirror begins to tell her the truth as he sees it.  When she becomes discouraged, it takes two other household mirrors to convince the woman that the truth isn't always as it may initially seem.

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Flower Power - Comedy/Drama

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This skit is a take-off of the "Flower Power Peace Movement" of the 60's & 70's, and uses flowers as actual characters to symbolize our need for God's peace, love, healing and protection in our lives today. 

The skit opens in Garden Paradise, home of the Master Gardener, caretaker of all flowers.  Blue Bonnet and Daisy have decided to launch a protest against all florist shops, holding up signs that read "We shall not wilt!" and "Flowers were meant to grow free!" They want to send messages to the florists and their supporters, letting them know they are tired of seeing innocent flowers sent to their deaths.  Says Blue Bonnet, "How many more flowers have to shrivel up and die as part of these "arrangements"?  She wants to put an end to the senseless killings.  Meanwhile, AWOL flowers Black Eyed Susan, Baby's Breath and Wall Flower escape to the Garden Paradise, in search of the Master Gardener, if he even exists. They are seeking healing and shelter from the flower shops they've escaped from.  They long to live in a meadow where they can be free but question whether or not such a thing is possible for wildflowers like them. It is up to Blue Bonnet and Daisy to convince them of the love, peace and harmony the Master Gardener can bring into their lives.  

Using song bits, and phrases & references from the 70's, as well as combining both humor and drama, this skit will resonate with you in one way or another.  Perhaps you're a fan of flowers or the 70's, or just need to be reminded of God's love and peace.  In any case, this skit will make you think, smile and thank God for his involvement in your life.

 

Characters: 5 Length: 8-12 minutes
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The Cure - Comedy/Drama

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Dr. Chase, a hot shot young doctor, implies that her colleague, Dr. Nora, may be too old to continue to practice medicine. But when the Administrator finds fault with some recent case files, the finger seems to be pointed in Dr. Chase's direction.  It seems Dr. Chase was so eager to cure the symptoms, she often overlooked the underlying cause of the symptoms. For instance, what should have been a simple prescription for Mother-in-Law-itis (when the mother-in-law overstays her welcome) turned into a trip to a heart specialist, a bone doctor and enrollment in an anger management program.  It seems "book smarts" isn't the same as life experience, and sometimes you have to look past the symptoms in order to find the cure.  Therfore, the Administrator assigns Dr. Nora to a be a medical mentor for Dr. Chase to help teach her what the medical books can't.  However, both doctors realize they have a lot to learn when a friend of Dr. Nora's shows up for an exam and is diagnosed with a terminal illness called Mask disease: hiding behind a mask so others won't find out about your past or who you really are. In the end, both doctors wonder why it took them so long to find a cure for the disease and speculate on whether or not it's too late to help Dr. Nora's friend.  

This skit uses the medical field as a metaphor for sin and spiritual healing.  It reminds us that we all have problems, we all need each other, and that spiritual healing can only happen if we are open and honest with ourselves and others.

Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Seasonal Concepts - Comedy

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When newlyweds Carol and Dennis arrive at their honeymoon suite, they are expecting a night of romance; what they get instead is the ghost of Carol's dead Aunt Marlee and the promise that they will be haunted by the Four Seasons of Marriage: Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring.  Through a series of encounters with each Season, this young couple learns that true love can only deepen and mature when it stands the test of time.

Characters: 7 Length: 10-12 minutes
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Stepping Out - Comedy

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Sharon feels God has called her to step out of her 'comfort zones" so she appears at an agency ready to be assigned some volunteer work.  The only problem is, any time various volunteer opportunities are mentioned, Sharon often screams in fear and/or starts stressing out in a huge way.  Kathy, the supervisor, is patient at first but eventually becomes frustrated with Sharon, and shouts out "If you want to walk on water, you've got to get out of the boat!"  Finally, Sharon admits the root of her fear is failure and is afraid she'll "drown"  (metaphorically speaking).  In the end, Kathy helps Sharon see that if God is calling you out of the water, He'll never let you sink--as long as you keep your eyes on Him.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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All Creatures Great and Small - Comedy

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Jared has had a bad day: he spilled paint all over his pants; set his hair on fire; and accidentally sent a girl's face flying into a bowl of potato salad.  He thinks he's a loser, with a capital "L!" When his friend, BJ, tries to convince him he's not a loser Jared doesn't believe her.  So, God is forced to take drastic measures to prove otherwise: He sends a ladybug named Red to talk to Jared.  Through a few fun ladybug facts, Red convinces Jared that if God took such care in creating such a small creature, God must care even more about Jared. Finally, Jared learns the true meaning of "God made all creatures great and small and He loves us all."

Characters: 3 Length: 4-6 minutes
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A Harvest Tale - Comedy

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Written in light-hearted rhyme, this "fable" type skit openly shows the concept of "reaping what you sow."  A mother has 3 children who like to play and laugh but when it comes to work, only one of them sees the benefits of balancing work and play.  The other two like to complain and whine, while at the same time receiving all the benefits of someone else's hard labor. When economic times get tough and putting food on the table becomes even harder, a wise mother gets an idea: she tells each of her children to plant seeds in a garden and nurture it and watch it grow.  But, she warns: they will reap whatever they sow.

Characters: 5 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Free At Last - Comedy

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After a night at youth group, Matt and Molly believe they have stumbled upon one of the greatest concepts ever: Freedom in Christ.  However, their interpretation of what this freedom means is not exactly the real meaning of the concept.  They believe that being free in Christ means they are free to do whatever they want, whenever they want to do it, without any consequences.  They look forward to their new freedom in Christ because to them it means not having to do anymore chores around the house, spending their allowance on all the junk food they want, and getting even with past bullies.  Their neighbor, Wilson, tries to explain the correct meaning of spiritual freedom but the teens are too excited thinking of their own definitions and what that means, to heed his advice.  

Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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The Amazing Race - Comedy

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Mac, Joe and Randi have been called to the gym of their old college Coach but they have no idea why.  It soon becomes apparent that the Coach has called upon his all-star team to help him enter and win "The Amazing Race," a grueling, fast pace, and lengthy race.  Even though it's been 15 years since the team has been together, the Coach is optimistic they can win, since this was the best track team he'd ever coached in all his years of teaching.  However, Coach begins to question his judgment when he discovers how tired, out of shape, and clueless his old team has become.  With the help of his secretary, Polly, Coach realizes he is a bit like Abraham: he has to have faith even though he has not idea what the outcome may be.  

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Tree of Life - Comedy

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It's a beautiful day and the scene is set for a delightful picnic until Louise and her cousin, Mary, who happens to be afraid of trees, appear.  When Mary begins to flip out, the ladies don't know what to do, especially after Mary tells them of a haunting childhood experience involving a child-eating tree in a movie.  As one character puts it,  "You do realize that was just a movie, right?  I mean, as a rule, you generally don.t see that kind of behavior in trees." But with the help of her new friends, and a few life lessons, Mary soon learns trees are a fun, useful and valuable gift from God and are nothing to fear. After all, only God can make a tree.

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Showers of Blessings - Comedy

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Lori has been sitting on the hill with her umbrella for 8 hours, awaiting the "showers of blessings" that God has said He will send to His people.  When her friend, Beth, shows up, the girls decide to wait together.  As the girls ponder what the scripture might actually mean, they begin to reminisce about their lives over the past few weeks.  Through their discussion, the girls begin to realize that they are already in the midst of the shower of God's blessings, and that it has nothing to do with a downpour of rain.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Spring Has Sprung - Comedy

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Jane is surrounded: she's got over-flowing cabinets full of negative thoughts, bad habits and excessive junk food. Piles of past and present sins are stacked on her floor, as well as mounds of obligations she's committed herself to.  Her floor rug is lumpy from everything she "sweeps under the rug," like all the little "white lies" she often tells. Jane is tired and weary but help is on the way!  Two friends show up at her door to help her do a little "spring cleaning."  Once Jane clears away the clutter, she begins to see her life in a new light.  

Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes
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The Butterfly Effect - Drama

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A woman would love to leave her past behind and make a fresh start  with the love and help of her family. Just when she's made up her mind to do just that, Fear, Judgment, and twins Guilt and Shame are right on her heels convincing her of all the reasons she'll never succeed.  When God calls her on the telephone to see if she's made her final decision, she is so beaten down by her emotions that she doesn't even want to answer the call.  When she finally does, she has all but decided to give up on the possibility of a whole new life, until God convinces her to hang on until He can send someone over to help.  Within seconds, Truth is knocking at her door, ready to shed God's light on her life.

Characters: 6 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Skeletons in the Closet - Comedy

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Beth thinks Louise and Margo are two of the "most together, well-balanced, organized women" she knows: they exercise, eat healthy, read their Bibles, keep a tidy home, handle anger appropriately and never gossip.  Or so Beth thinks.  But when the host of the reality show "Clean Sweep" (a show about messes and disorganization) arrives, Beth realizes Louise and Margo have more than their fair share of skeletons in their closet.

Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Through the Wringer - Comedy

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Pinky and Stretch have been hanging in Penelope's closet for years, but newcomer Glamour isn't so sure she wants to be there.  Glamour hides behind the other clothes in the closet for fear she might get chosen to be worn, and therefore get "dirty."  Her biggest fear is facing the washer and dryer, and the dreaded iron:  she's not sure she has what it takes to survive the heat.  With a little help from Pinky and Stretch, Glamour learns to embrace her fears and to fulfill her destiny. 

This skit illustrates that we are God's chosen people, but that along our journey we will encounter and participate in sin.  Because of God's love for us, he washes us clean, helps us own up to our mistakes by applying "heat" and irons out our "wrinkles," making us new creatures.

Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes
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The Birthday - Comedy

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This is a dialogue between Bart, a 1 year old, and his friend Sally, who is about to turn 1.  Through their discussion, Bart warns Sally to stop her impending birthday at all costs!  From experience, Bart knows that once you have that first birthday, parents will start expecting certain things from you, like talking, walking and using the potty.  According to Bart, change is not a good thing and he decides that growing up just isn't worth it. This parallels the idea that God expects us to grow in our spiritual maturity.

Characters: 4 Length: 5-10 minutes
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A Shining Star - Comedy

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Using the theater as a metaphor for life, a Director and her assistant hold auditions for a "super star": someone who can be a light in the darkness and a shining example of God's love. But finding this "star" proves harder than it seems:  Starla thinks she shines because of the way she looks and that she's a good example because people will be drawn to her beauty; Francis is all "business" and no emotion and thinks she can win people over with her "smarts";  Madge believes in the "fire and brimstone" approach by scaring people into believing in God; and Hazel has such low self-esteem and a poor understanding of the Bible that it's hard to see her as any kind of star.  All hope of finding a star seems lost until a conversation with the janitor ensues, and we're reminded that a true star can shine anywhere. 

Characters: 7 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Through the Years - Comedy/Drama

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As Thelma prepares to move across country, she and her friend Betty reminisce about the memories they have created over their 20 years of friendship. 

Characters: 2 Length: 4-5 minutes
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Pearls of Wisdom - Comedy

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While Red Riding Hood seeks refuge from the big bad wolf who is chasing her, she finds herself in the midst of other fairy tale characters like Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty etc. Asking for help, none of the ladies seem to take her situation seriously, since they all seem to have life issues that seem far worse than hers, and are bent on wallowing in self-pity.  Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) is forced to live with a hairy beast herself; Princess Jasmine (Aladdin) has to marry someone she doesn't love; Ariel, the little mermaid, just wants to be human, and the list of woes goes on. Each lady feel unloved, rejected, and cursed, and is therefore doomed to a life of misery.  It isn't until the Fairy Godmother and Godfather appear that the ladies realize they have self-worth and that even though they face struggles now, in the end, things will work out as they should.  Using the example of a pearl, the Godfather illustrates how pain and struggles in life can create something beautiful.

Characters: 11 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Pretty Woman at the Well - Comedy

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This fun, light-hearted melodrama tells the story of the Woman at the Well in a completely new and different way, while at the same time keeping the original theme of acceptance, eternal salvation and love. We first meet our "pretty Woman" as she's drawing water from the well under the hot rays of the midday sun.  Under the ever watchful eye of  the handsome and suave Devil, the Woman is reminded of her "shady" past.  Just as she dreams of her Prince Charming, Jesus appears, although he confesses, "Technically I'm a king - King of Kings."  And so begins what the woman thinks is a "love triangle" - the Prince of Darkness vs. the King of Kings.  However, when Jesus offers her a drink of living water, the woman has no idea what he's referring to. She thinks he's there to be her future husband.  When Jesus reveals he is the Messiah, the Woman is embarrassed and is ready to leave, until Jesus tells her that what he has to offer "is better than any husband."  While the Devil doesn't give up easily, he is no match for the great I Am, and in the end, the Devil's plans are "foiled again!"

Characters: 3 Length: 8-10 minutes
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My Will or Yours - Drama

$10.00

Three friends, Kay, Jessica and Leah all face a big decision in their life.  Kay feels God is leading her to open her own business but she is terrified to step out from her comfort zone. Jessica just got engaged but as she is admiring her engagement ring, she feels God telling her she is marrying the wrong man, and that she should wait for the right one to come along.  Leah is dealing with a rebellious older son who is tearing her family apart, and when God tells her to "let him go" Leah is shocked and a bit confused.  God gently reminds her that "her baby" is 19 years old and that it's time he take responsibility for the consequences of his actions.  Throughout the skit, we see how God gently guides each woman and the results of each of their own actions. In the end, all three women realize the importance and the blessings of doing God's will. 

Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Beautiful You - Comedy

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When Linda and Paige are "caught" cheating on their diets a discussion takes place on the nature of beauty and how it fades over time.  According to Paige, "It’s so unfair!  One day I’m walking down the street turning every guy’s head, and years later I’m standing in the shower looking at a gray hair dangling from my armpit."  Linda has to agree. "I was looking at my legs in the mirror the other day and I swear my thighs have more dimples than a box of golf balls!"  After several more "put downs" and self-degrading comments, June, a woman who overhears their conversation, can't take it anymore and joins them at their table to set the record straight on beauty.  "God has a very different definition of what makes a women beautiful, " she says, "and it has nothing to do with what is external."  From there, June explains God is more concerned with what is in the heart, and the ladies begin to see God's truth in the old adage, "Beauty is only skin deep."

Characters: 3 Length: 6-8 minutes
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Baggage Claim - Drama

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After several years of no contact, Julie shows up at the home of a friend lugging two very heavy "bags" behind her. When the friend questions her as to the reason for the bags, Julie recounts the events in her life that made them appear: years ago when Julie was engaged to Mark, she discovered her sister, Jill, was having an affair with her fiancee. Betrayed and humiliated, Julie left town only to discover that her "baggage" followed her. Five years later, due to a large family celebration, Julie must "confront" Mark and Jill who were eventually married. The only problem is anger and bitterness have filled Julie's heart and the more she dwells on the past, the more "baggage" appears.  When Julie's friend tells her she needs to leave the past behind and forgive Mark and her sister, Julie finds it an impossible task; however, she realizes the only way to freedom is through forgiveness.  But finding the strength to do it is another matter entirely.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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And Then There Were Three - Comedy

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Paula, Lynn and J.C. have gathered for their regular "girl talk" at the local coffee shop.  During conversation, Paula hands Lynn and J.C. each a small box.  Inside is an engraved necklace commemorating the day the women first met 5 years ago, which was filled with huge misunderstandings and imaginations gone wild. It seems the women shared many similar interests, so they kept running into each other in various places.  However, when the three women turn up at the same book store, at the same time, reading the same magazine, it begins to mess with their minds. Paula ends up thinking she is being stalked and Lynn thinks J.C. is there to kidnap her and take her back to the "mother ship." But what started out as a crazy day 5 years ago, has turned into years of lasting friendship. 

For anyone who has close friendships or those who desire them, this humorous skit reminds us how much women need and appreciate each other. 

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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These Shoes Were Made for Walking - Comedy

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Set at the bus stop, several pairs of high heel shoes come and go.  The shoes symbolize various types of women in their individual walks of life.  By listening to their tales at the bus stop, we get a glimpse of the kind of lives each woman (shoe) leads. Our cast of characters include:

Gracie, an average high heel who likes to volunteer at church, even though it isn't Sunday. 

Charlotte, a business shoe and workaholic, who is always on the go.

Kay, the "plain jane" high heel who volunteers at the soup kitchen because she likes to help people.

Marla, the teenager who disguised herself as a sneaker to "sneak" out of the house but then reveals her true identity as a hip, young high heel, dressed to go to a party.

Dee, a single sexy "slingback" in search of the perfect man shoe.

Tiffany, the rich and fancy high heel who shops and lays by the pool all day sipping shoe polish.

Jan, the sophisticated cobbler who goes back to the shoe hospital after hours in order to comfort a sick child (a pair of pink Crocs).

Cora, the elder who has traded in her high heels for a pair of orthopedic shoes.

Through the wisdom of Cora, who can think straight now that she's "actually getting some blood flow to her brain" we learn some of the lessons that life has taught her.  For instance, "Life doesn't always turn out like you planned, so you've got to walk the road you've been given." And, "You can either get out there and make a difference in this world or you can sit at home in your closet, waiting for the world to come to you.  Either way, you've got to decide: 'Where will my high heels take me?' The choice is up to you."

Great for any kinds of women's ministries, this skit reminds us that our choices are up to us, and that life is what we make it. 


Characters: 8 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Doubly Blessed - Comedy

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Four women, each in need of a blessing, listen and obey the Holy Spirit's leading.  Jaycee needs a babysitter; Pam needs assurance God has not forsaken her; Fran needs help writing a research paper; and Lorna needs a main course to serve the dinner guests she's about to have any minute.  In each situation, the Holy Spirit guides the women to be a blessing to each other.  In the process of giving a blessing, each woman also receives the very blessing she was seeking.

Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Fill My Cup - Comedy

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Four women who are each facing a specific challenge in their life, have mysteriously been called to a conference room by Connie, who some know only as "the crazy cup lady." The women all attend the same church but do not know each other, and none of them know why they have been told to meet in the room. It doesn't help that when Connie appears she performs some strange "ritual" with her coffee mug, talking to it and patting it.  The women begin to think Connie is nuts, but when she gives each woman her own cup and instructs them to begin filling it up, they decide to play along. In the end, the women realize Connie is not as crazy as she appears to be: the "cup" is only a symbol of each woman's soul and spirit and represents the idea that if we trust God, He will fill our "cups" until they overflow with His blessings.

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Stepping Stones - Comedy

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Four women at various stages of life come together at Stepping Stones, a local women's ministry.  At first their reasons for attending appear somewhat "superficial" but underneath each woman there is a desperate need to "connect." Mary, an "empty-nester" who can't quit sobbing uncontrollably, is actually seeking friendship and just someone to "chat" with; Bess, a middle-aged woman with two teen boys who "need a lot of prayer", claims to only be there for the refreshments since her boys "eat her out of house and home"; Sarah, who thinks a class titled "Sweeter than Chocolate" is about eating desserts (when in actuality it is a study in Psalms), just needs a break because she is a young mom with 3 toddlers under the age of 4; and Ruth who is 83 and keeps falling asleep, thinks she's there to play Bingo.  Though these women are at different ages, have different backgrounds and lifestyles, and have come to Stepping Stones for various reasons, one thing remains the same for each of them: they each have a deep desire for fellowship and community with other Godly women, which by the end of the skit they are convinced they will find. 

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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All You Need - Comedy/Drama

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Jill is lonely and distraught after her longtime boyfriend, who she thought was going to propose, dumps her instead.  As a way to fulfill the emptiness she feels inside, she turns to online chat rooms and the Home Shopping Network, where she orders every item she sees. When her friend, Renee, shows up "calling" Jill on her recent destructive behavior, Jill doesn't want to hear any of it.  Instead, she keeps right on buying smoothie machines and chin stretchers, and chatting online with new men, hoping to build her damaged self-esteem.  All the while, Jesus talks tenderly to Jill, hoping to lure her from her destructive patterns and into his arms, proving once and for all, Jesus is all she really needs.  

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Cruisin' and Losin' - Comedy

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Doris goes on a cruise in order to meet new people and make friends but not 24 hours into the cruise, she demands a full refund from Julie, the Cruise Director.  Doris claims she's tried everything (nodding, smiling, and standing around waiting for someone to approach her) but nothing seems to work.  Julie attempts to offer advice to Doris but quickly realizes why Doris has problems making friends: she doesn't know how to be a friend. Doris refuses to "put herself out there" and remains inflexible in her feeble attempts at friendship. Julie soon discovers Doris may be a lost cause in this fun, light-hearted comedy that examines the excuses we all make when dealing with potential friendships.

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Footprints - Comedy

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Pastor Dave suggested we leave behind footprints for others to follow, in order to lead them to God.  So, that's just what Fran is doing when her friend Kris drops by unexpectedly: she's cutting out footprints.  She's got footprints that lead to the gym, the salon and even Bloomingdale's but somehow Kris doesn't think Fran's version of these footprints is exactly what Pastor Dave had in mind.  When Kris suggests the "footprints" are more about behaviors and attitudes, Fran can't seem to comprehend.  It isn't until the two women end up in a fight that they both realize this is not what Pastor Dave or God had intended for either of them.  They are thankful that at least no one saw their tirade.  Or did they?

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Loyal to the End - Comedy

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This skit tells the story of the loyal friendship between Naomi and Ruth, and how God honored the loyalty and compassion of these two incredible women.

Characters: 5 Length: 5-8 minutes
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A Grateful Heart - Comedy

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When Beth prayed and asked God to give her a grateful heart, she didn't expect God to send a guy dressed like a big, red heart to follow her around.  Now, at every turn she finds the "grateful heart" correcting her negativity and pointing out the finer aspects of what it means to be thankful.  Beth never realized how much negativity she carried with her and now that it continues to be pointed out to her, she's almost regretting her initial prayer.  In the end, Beth finally understands how to be thankful, no matter what, and she even becomes thankful for her grateful heart.

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Loyal Friends - Comedy/Drama

$7.00

This skit tells the story of Naomi and Ruth, from a simple viewpoint.  The narrator reads the lines while various children act out what is being read.  The story travels through the marriage of Emilech and Naomi, to the birth and marriage of their sons, to the death of Emilech and the sons, to the fields of Boaz, and eventual marriage of Ruth and Boaz.  The kids will have fun participating in this story told in a simple and brief way.

Characters: 8 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Face Your Giant - Comedy

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Darla, Liza and Aquarius have gathered at Dr. Nora's office, looking for help in "facing their giants" (properly dealing with difficult or scary situations). Dr. Nora is hopeful these women can be helped until she learns their secret: they are each directly descended from a particular Bible character and as a result, they deal with their problems accordingly.  For instance, Darla, a descendant of David (as in David and Goliath) carries a slingshot and hits people in the head with rocks upon hearing bad news.  As descendants of King Darius and Elijah, Aquarius locks people in her basement with her pet lions, and Liza calls down fire from heaven to those who have wronged her.  Can Dr. Nora help these misguided women or is Dr. Nora hiding a secret of her own? 

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Goodness and Grace - Comedy

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In preparation for her high school reunion, Grace has bought a new dress to "wow" a former classmate.  However, she needs to lose a few pounds to get into the dress, so she is relying on the "God's grace" diet: she prays, eats whatever she wants, and doesn't worry about exercise, thinking God's grace will be enough to help her shed the unwanted pounds.  When her friend, Marie hears what Grace is up to, she helps Grace realize that perhaps this was not what God had originally intended when he said, "My grace is sufficient for thee."

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Way Down in my Heart - Comedy

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This is a "female" version of my skit "Deep in My Heart."  It is similar in content, however it deals with issues more appealing to women. Paula has lost her joy and can't seem to find it anywhere.  She's looked in the refrigerator, near her  famous cheesecake; in the closet, where her brand new Donna Karen designer coat hangs; and even inside her cute little shoes!  But no matter where Paula looks, her joy is nowhere to be found.  Not even a call to the 911 operator can help her.  After all else fails, Paula finally looks in the least likely of places and discovers her joy wasn't missing at all, just misplaced.

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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A Friend Indeed - Comedy

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Doris calls the Find a Friend service in her area in order to find a new friend. Doris claims she's tried everything (nodding, smiling, and even answering the door bell) but nothing seems to work.  Jen, the helpful employee, attempts to help Doris but quickly realizes why Doris has problems making friends: she doesn't know how to be a friend. Doris refuses every attempt to initiate friendship and remains inflexible. It seems she has one excuse after another as to why she can't make a friend. Is Doris a lost cause? Find out in this fun, light-hearted comedy that examines the excuses we all make when dealing with potential friendships.  

Characters: 2 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Working it Out - Comedy

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Elaine joins an aerobics class in the hopes of getting into better shape. Ashamed of the extra pounds she's gained, she comes to class dressed like the "Incredible Bulk," with layers and layers of clothing.  Here, she tries to avoid Laurie, an old high school classmate, who unknowingly, has enrolled in the same class. Laurie has her own reason for avoiding Elaine and while they both try to comically avoid the other to protect their self-esteem, they realize in the end, they really aren't so different. 

Characters: 4 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Lesson Learned - Comedy/Drama

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Sam, a young boy, has his heart set on buying his friend Jimmy's old skateboard.  The only problem is Sam doesn't have all the money.  When Sam asks for an advance on his allowance, his dad is hesitant but in the end agrees if Sam promises to do a few extra chores to earn the money.  Once Sam gets the money he needs, he's on his way to buy the skateboard, but along the way, he sees a new helmet in the store that he just has to have.  After buying the helmet, he doesn't have enough money to pay Jimmy, but promises to pay back the rest of the money at a later date, not realizing Jimmy can't get his new skateboard until he has all the money from Sam.  Pretty soon, Sam finds himself in a bit of a "pickle:" the store won't take back the helmet, and Sam doesn't want to tell his parents what he has done.  In the end, Sam learns a hard lesson from his dad. 

Characters: 7 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Father Figures - Drama

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Ranging from a young girl, to teenagers, to adult men and women, a group of children reflect on memories of growing up with their dad in a series of short monologues.  A young girl says her dad "is the bestest daddy in the whole world" and that he "makes itty bitty pancakes" that are small, just like her.  A teen boy has to admit that he thinks his dad is a pretty good guy and is even "cool," although he doesn't want his dad to know it; while a teen girl simply adores her father and the special "date nights" they often have. An adult male reflects on life without his dad, as his father died when the son was only a young boy, and another adult man says his life wouldn't be the same if it weren't for the advice and teachings of his dad.  A grown woman says her dad taught her how to have self-worth and showed her the way a man should treat a woman by treating her mother like a queen.  Finally, a wife appreciates her husband's commitment, both to her and to their family, which  makes them all feel"secure."  At the end, each character thanks all the fathers in the audience and admonishes that "Children are the clothes of a man, so may you each be dressed well."

Characters: 8 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Faith of Our Fathers - Comedy

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Four Biblical fathers (Abraham, Noah, the prodigal son's father, and Joseph--Mary's husband) gather at the local coffee shop and the discussion soon turns to family and children.  Noah remembers the days he was on the ark and says that even though times were tough he wouldn't trade the time he spent with his family.  Abraham admits that to this day Isaac is still afraid to be alone with him (after his near "sacrifice" experience); and the progidgal son's father (or Mr. P as he is known to his friends) wonders if his son will ever return.  Even Joseph seems to have it rough.  He laments, "Do you have any idea what it's like to raise God's son?...He isn't normal."  The main theme here is that through all the ups and downs of life, each father must find a way to connect with his children. 

Characters: 4 Length: 5-8 minutes
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The Cars in Dad's Garage - Comedy

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The Ford family of cars has a motto: Designed for Living.  Engineered to Last."  So, when the Ford family of cars has a problem, it's natural they turn to their mechanic dad. Young Ford Coupe was playing in the gravel and got a cracked windshield, while teenage son Ford Mustang wants to take a spin with his favorite gal, Mazda Miata.  "Tang" (as he's called) wants to look good for his date, but has a problem: his engine seems to overheat whenever Miata is near.  Not to mention Ford Focus, the small compact car is leaking fluids and needs an oil change, while Ford Taurus is discouraged because she can't compete with all the beautiful cars in Hot Rod magazine.  What's a Father Ford to do?  What any good mechanic would do: he fixes each problems as it arises.

Characters: 5 Length: 8-10 minutes
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Dad's Top Ten - Comedy

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Tom and Dave are guests on Marla's Live at Five talk show, as they count down the best and worst things about being a dad.  Some of the best include: playing ball with your son, the kids thinking you're like superman and seeing new things through the eyes of your child.  Some of the worst include: seeing the kind of guys that show up at the door to date your daughter, and the days when Mom is gone. This skit is a light-hearted look at the ups and downs of fatherhood.

Characters: 3 Length: 3-5 minutes
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Letters to My Son - Drama

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This skit is a touching tribute to the memory of a lost loved one, in this case the loss of a father.  As the skit opens, we find a man in his forties reflecting on the memories and childhood of his son, by reading over a journal he's kept for many years.  The journal covers everything from the day the man found out he was going to be a father, through diaper changes, camping trips, how to ride a bike, dating, all the way to the birth of his own grandson.  It is not until the end of the skit, that the audience realizes the man speaking is not the father, but actually the grown-up son. It is here we discover the boy's father died when he was quite young, and that the son continued the tradition of writing in the journal, just as if his father had never left.  When the son's wife ponders why he has done this, the son remarks that he feels this is the way his dad would have wanted it.  To the son, the father never truly died because all the memories of him live on in his mind.  The father has been a steady (though not physical) presence throughout his son's life.  This skit will remind us that even though we have lost those who are dear to us, they are never far from our hearts, and certainly not forgotten.

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Who's Your Daddy - Comedy

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Since the death of her husband, Pam has been trying to find a good role model and new Dad for her young son, Jake.  This hasn't been easy since working two jobs leaves her very little time to meet people. In an act of desperation, Pam begins "speed interviews," trying to learn as much as she can about potential Dads in two minutes or less.  Even this proves harder than she originally thought, when she meets men who are only interested in "cheap labor" for their farms; workaholics who only plan to see Jake for a few hours on the weekend; freakishly organized men who believe in adhering to strict schedules and several other "winners." Pam soon realizes she's made a mistake and that the kind of potential Dad she's looking for can't be found with a job interview.  Or can he?

Characters: 8 Length: 5-8 minutes
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Dad's Big Surprise - Comedy

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John's wife has left him in charge of their infant son, Max, who doesn't seem to want to stop crying.  John is amazed when a "stranger" seems to be able to quiet the infant down. John is then shocked when the stranger claims to be his very own infant son, Max, now all grown up, visiting him from the future.  Through a humorous and touching discussion, John learns his son never grew to be the star athlete he'd always wanted him to be.  Instead, he's a star chef.  Together, father and son discover reasons why they seemed to grow apart over the years, and strive to find a common bond that will once again unite them.  While their discussion is helpful, John is in for a few more surprises, which leads him to believe that perhaps it's not always good to know too much about your future.

Characters: 3 Length: 5-8 minutes
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As another school year begins, so does another chapter in the life of Skits and Stuff.

  After some careful consideration, I am announcing that I will no longer be accepting custom skit requests.

I know this may be an inconvenience to several of my repeat customers, and for that I apologize. 

After several years of writing custom skits, and for the greater good of this website and all my customers, I feel it's time for a change.

I will still continue to write new skits but the way I populate the database will be a bit different from now on.

Instead of accepting custom skit requests, I will be looking for skit ideas.  Each month I will be focusing on a specific topic(s) such as Thanksgiving or women's ministry etc. During that time, I will welcome ideas and suggestions for those topics.  The main difference is that skits will no longer be customized to fit a   particular program, therefore making the skits on this site more "universal" - appealing to a wider variety of people. 

It is my goal to continue to populate the database with new skits that are fresh and interesting.  It's just how I go about doing that will look a little different from now on. 

To find out what I'm currently working on or what kind of ideas I'm looking for, just check the top of this page. 

I'm still in the process of updating my website to reflect the new changes, so please be patient. I appreciate your patience and understanding as I venture out into this new avenue of Skits and Stuff.

Thank you for all your great ideas over the years, and please, keep them coming!

--Rayeann
Updated August 14, 2013