From madcap to magnificent, these five-minute gems will help viewers connect with eight changes that occus among believers when they become aware of Christ's presence. Contemporary situations and creative dramatic interpretation makes each piece useful in setting the mood for humorous and thought-provoking discussions.
These dramas can be used for impact during a sermon or Sunday service, to stimulate discussion in small groups or Sunday school environments, or as a viewing tool for your own church's drama team to reenact live later. Included are eight professionally acted and produced skits that relate to each of the Seeing the Unseen Christ themes. You'll find that drama-as-ministry can help your church look forward to and experience the presence of Jesus on Sundays and beyond. For maximum effectiveness, use this video in conjunction with our Small Group Leader Guide.
Smooch (4:10): In this comical
sketch, a girl gushes to her parents about her new romance. Her Mom reminds her that romance doesn’t
last. But she is sure that it
can. Will her parents prove her
Tolerance Church (4:25): Are you lavishing others with the love of
Christ? Visit the Zero Tolerance church – a place where nothing is
tolerated and no one is above “rough love” - and learn a lesson about love
Eye (3:50): This clip,
centered on Matthew 6:22-23, will remind you of the importance of guarding
your eyes from evil. Using
Scripture and real-to-life illustrations, it will encourage you to
reevaluate what you are watching and how it is affecting you and your
New Guys (4:10): In this
vignette, illustrating Matthew 26:40, three new employees of “Christian
Service International” struggle to learn that whenever you help someone in
need, you are really helping the boss!
(5:25): In this hilarious,
but thought-provoking drama, meet the folks from Angelical Seminary –
where they believe and teach that the Bible is burdensome and
irrelevant. A sobering reminder of
the importance of standing firmly on the Scripture.
Little Prayer (7:08): What if you prayed – and God really
answered? In this powerful drama,
Linda is beginning her routine recitation of the Lord’s Prayer when God
interrupts. She quickly finds out
that this prayer will be anything but ordinary!
Christians (4:35): Meet the
Undercover Christians. These guys
keep a low profile and are careful not blow their cover. But the boldness of other Christians is
making it harder for them to hide. A
message on the importance of shining Christ’s love and light to the
the Scenes (8:37): A woman
waiting at a bus stop meets a man who calls himself Jesus. She is sure he is some kind of
lunatic. But how does he know so
much about her? And why does he
care so much? Could it really be
An Adventure Drama Testimony
50-Day Adventure launches drama ministry to reach others...
"Our church has gone from a handful to approximately 300 people in about 12 years. The 50-Day Spiritual Adventure had been a great part of the growth. I believe, first of all, if you're going to use the Adventure, you must work the Adventure and use the resources there. The biggest thing I see the drama doing is making your entire service communicate your sermon. I have had a lot of comments from people who are normally wouldn't be in church who really enjoyed our services because of the dramas." -Terry Howell, Senior Pastor, Assembly of God, Dickson City, PA