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A Lesson Learned
This play shows how easy it is for parents and their teen-age children to misunderstand each other. When a father and a daughter falsely suspect each other, it causes problems in this family. They learn a hard lesson about love and respect that will leave a point for youth and adults to ponder. Six Characters. Can be used at Christmas.
Be a Witness
Many youth have been the victims of bullies at school. This play by Joshua Crawford shows how a Christian youth can be a witness for Christ even in the face of bullies in school. 16 characters in a school setting. 30 minutes. Click "larger view" of image for an exerpt.
Because I Care
Two elderly women discuss how terrible youth are; then they meet some Christian youth who prove not all you are bad.
A principal has the job of bringing pride and discipline to an inner city school that has a reputation for underachievement. It was a tough job. The students called him "Bossman" because in their mind he was the rougest, toughest, meanest, baddest but also the coolest principal in the land.
In the style of Joe Clark's "Lean on me" story, this true story is excellent for school productions. It is filled with excitement, laughter, antics and a few very tense moments. 27 Characters. Perfect for schools and community groups. Dancing and singing can be inserted.
Do You See What I See
A skeptic doubts that there is any good in any youth until he is given a pair of spiritual glasses to help him see the world with his spiritual eye rather than his carnal eye. 9 characters.
Get Yo' Shine On
In this skit Two teen-agers who are perfect examples of the Christian Lifestyle on Sunday get a chance to see themselves on Monday! It dramatically illustrates the importance of shining for Christ every day of the week.
This skit is perfect for teen groups, retreats and youth revivl purposes. 10 Characters.
I Am Somebody
his play will inspire young people to achieve despite their poverty or past mistakes. It utilizes quotes from famous leaders in the African-American community as well as stars of stage, screen and the sports arena to remind today’s youth of their rich heritage and potential to succeed. 10 characters. 20 Minutes.
Two groups of youth called the "I cans" and the "Nots" learn the meaning of Philippians 4:13. They learn that will God's help they "Can" achieve all things in His purpose for their lives. 15 Minutes. 9 characters. 1 setting. $10.00
I Dare You
This play, based on 1 Peter 2:9, challenges youth to be bold in the faith. It helps them understand that is a good thing to be different, special and peculiar because they are special to God. 8 Characters.
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