Six short royalty-free skits demonstrate the value of Christian morals in the lives of teenagers. Each skit, 5 to 15 min. long, emphasizes the importance of witnessing for Jesus. Welcome to Heaven: Tom has a dream of Heaven and learns that just going to church and being a good person aren't enough to gain entrance if you haven't accepted Jesus into your heart. Bernie and the Highjacker: A man tries to rob a cab driver, but the cabbie has had a slow night and is only carrying $20. Expecting to die, the cabbie starts to pray out loud. The Bible Study: Margo and Al have a weekly Bible study at their home. This week, one of the attendees brings a guest named Jesus who forces everyone to re-examine their faith. I Can't Hear You: David has just graduated from high school. Now he is approached by both Jesus and Satan, who both try to get his attention. The Return of Rufus: Rufus died in an ambulance only moments after accepting Jesus. Within minutes of meeting Jesus in Heaven, Rufus is sent back to earth and wakes up in a hospital, where he tries to witness to his motorcycle gang. The Trial: Belinda, a US citizen, has been arrested in a foreign country for passing out Bibles. The judge at her trial doesn't want any trouble with the United States, and is willing to let her go if she will deny being a Christian.
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- Type of Show Collection
- Product Code SY6000
- Cast Size 8
- Cost $4.95
- Approx. Run Time 60 min
- Target Audience High School | College and Adult
- Performing Group College Theatre | Community Theatre
- Genre Drama
- ISBN(13) 9780886801786
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