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All of these are ideas that I have used in various ministries over the years. I hope that these will help you to spread the message of Christ around the world. Everything here is free of charge. If you find anything you can use and would like to support Nailscars.com you can donate using the link in the top navigation bar. 


This skit runs along the same lines as masks. It involves boys putting on a Good little Christian Boy face in front of their pastor and Sunday school teacher, but when Jesus walks up one of the boys can’t keep up the act.


This skit deals with God’s desire to have a relationship with us. So many people see prayer as just a way to ask things of God or some sort of ritual. You can use this skit to show His desire to relate to us through prayer.


This is a silly little sketch that shows 3 examples of false humility and one example of true humility. It is cheesy to the core, but it is easy to do and it might be a good tie in for a lesson on Christian Humility. 


On job of the church is to equip its members for ministry. This skit pokes fun at a carpenter who has had zero training trying to help people and parallels it with Christians without any training trying to minister in today’s world. If you are talking about discipleship this is the skit for you.


This is a skit version of a very old joke. A man drowns in a flood after he turns down a ride from a cow, a boat, and a helicopter because he is waiting for God to answer his prayer. It is pretty silly so it doesn’t really need a whole lot of practice. Just grab a few students out of your group and have fun with it.


This skit was done at the year anniversary to 9/11. With just a little modification on the third part it could be used for almost any tragedy. The skit itself doesn’t answer the why questions. We went on to talk about how we may not always know the why, but we can always know that God is good.


A series of monologues about the ways that different students deal with their desire to feel good about themselves. I taught a series on Self-Worth and this was the lesson about basing your self worth on your performance.

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