Children jump at the chance to demonstrate their acting and reading skills. These interactive Christian skits are great for role play, puppets, or simply reading aloud. More information
A school mate discovers it does make a difference how we live and how we act as Christians. (Skit for three.)
Children act out the story of Saul meeting Jesus on the road to Damascus, and learn a valuable lesson: When God wants to get our attention He can use anything!
(Skit for five)
An interview with two of the Apostles after spreading the news that the Kingdom of Heaven is near. (Skit for four)
This skit teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a fault-finding attitude toward others. (Skit for three.)
A modern day David and Goliath story that is common in many schools today. This time David boldly claims Jesus against the Goliath of drugs. (Skit for four persons)
Mini skits about dedicating your desires, actions, and thoughts to the Lord.
A skit about David and Goliath that teaches children that it is important to know God and to serve only Him. (Skit for up to four)
Part 2: Sofia has a hard time being humble and must turn to God for help.
(A skit for three)
A lesson in standing for God no matter what. (Skit for six)
A mini skit that introduces the children to Nehemiah's mission from God. (Skit for two.)
Finding a true friend has nothing to do with outward appearances. (A skit for three persons)
Two short skits to show the difference between giving into the desires of this world and finding contentment in following the ways of the Lord. (Skit for seven)
The children will perform a skit based on Isaiah 36-37 to remind them that God is the only true protector.
(Skit for seven or more: King Hezekiah, King of Assyria, Eliakim, Isaiah, Citizens, and two narrators.)
The story of the prophet Elijah during the time of severe drought while an unfaithful king ruled in the Northern Kingdom. Shows how God can provide in miraculous ways. 1 Kings 17:1-16 (Skit for five)
In this skit a young boy redeems himself from an awkward situation that could have cost him his integrity. (A skit for six persons)
A skit about three boys who realize through a little humility to give credit to whom the credit is due. (A skit for four persons)
Part 1: Sofia, a brilliant young student learns that we all need to be humble, just like Jesus. (A skit for four)
Sharing your faith is not always easy, but remember, Jesus is always there to help.
(Skit for five persons)
A skit between two boys and the real reasons for celebrating Easter. (A skit for two persons)
Hereís a silly twist on the story of "The parable of the Two Sons" found in Matthew 21:28-30.
Joe is reminded that perseverance has its reward. (A skit for two)
Part 4: Sofia discovers the joy of serving food to others, after some confusion about
who will enjoy the meal. (A skit for three)
As Christians, we must choose to pray, knowing that our Father in heaven hears our prayers.
Part 3: Sofia gets out her apology, and also learns a valuable lesson about love.
(A skit for two)
From this skit about two sisters children will see how Jesus should have a priority in their life. (Skit for four)
Short skits to help children learn about the different ways they can show responsibility.
(Skits for five teams of two)
This skit shows Moses' humble beginnings and how God protected him from harm.
(Skit for five)
Let your light shine in the darkness, and help set some captives free (Skit for four)
A skit about a boy who would rather catch a fish than catch a ball, and how he faced conflict with his jealous brother. (A skit for three persons)
A skit about how a boy's young donkey went from ordinary to extraordinary
because of our Lord Jesus. (Skit for three - four)
This skit teaches children to exercise their faith and give praise to the Lord. (Skit for two or eleven.)
How would you use your talents? (Skit for four)
The children will participate in a skit that teaches them to give mercy to others because God has given mercy to us.
The story of Joseph, the broken video game, and the power of forgiveness.
(Skit for one or two)
Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing, my brothers, this should not be. James 3:10 (A skit for four)
It's not easy to be submissive, but in this skit we see that practice makes it easier.
(A skit for two persons)
If we don't care about those who are lost, who will? (Skit for three persons)
It is up to God's people to go out and share the Gospel of Christ. This skit shows how prayer and fasting help us prepare to fight in this spiritual battle against Truth. (Skit for up to nine.)
This skit will show children how lying can stain their reputation. (A skit for four)
Jesus didn't tell us, "Go therefore into all the world and collect a bunch of stuff." (Skit for three)
A lively skit about the people and times during the Birth of Jesus. (Skit for nine to fourteen)
Sometimes the best Christmas gift is receiving the Gift of Jesus (A skit for five)
A moving skit about how one crooked tree was blessed on Christmas day. (Skit for six:
A short skit about the time Adam & Eve disobeyed God. (Skit for five)
The exodus from Egypt, as told by one family's pets (Skit for two)
A story about forgiving the shortcomings of others to see their true worth. (Skit for three persons)
This is a skit about three families during the time God sent the tenth and most devastating plague to Egypt, when Pharaoh finally let His people go. (Skit for nine)
A skit that teaches children it is important to resist temptation by knowing Godís Word and serving Him only.
The Son of God came to earth as a man to show us the way to Heaven. (Skit for seven)
A humorous skit about a little girl and her dog learning the Ten Commandments.
(Skit for five)
A skit about two kings, one kind the other mean, and the consequences of how they rule. (Skit for twelve or more)
Sometimes things aren't what they seem, but we can always trust in the Lord for strength and understanding. (A skit for four or more persons)
The true celebration of Christmas is when we welcome the everlasting gift of God's own Son. (A skit for four)
Why should we go to Sunday school? A skit about discipleship. (Skit for four)
An interactive skit where the children provide an alternate ending to make an angry character respond wisely. (A skit for two)
Amy learns that she cannot simply listen to the Word of God, she must also do what it says. (A skit for two)