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Worship And Drama Series For Lent
Wm. Clayton McCord
Written in an easy-to-present format, this captivating five-part series takes place in a courtroom, as attorneys present evidence based upon the Bible and tradition. Witnesses who are ”subpoenaed” to testify include Peter, John, and Mary Magdalene. <

Ten Sermons And Monologues
Carl B. Rife
By combining a compelling sermon series with an insightful group of monologues, At The Cross With Jesus offers flexible, effective resources that will keep the cross central in your congregation's minds and hearts during Lent. Practical for use in any church, large or small, the material in At The Cross With Jesus is perfect for midweek worship or Holy Week services, and could also be used for a Bible study.

The five moving messages in

A Maundy Thursday Portrayal
Susan E. Bartlett and Diana S. Smith
With The Last Supper, you won’t just hear about this familiar story, you’ll see it and feel it! It’s an insightful look at one of the most poignant moments in the life of Jesus. Glimpses into the personalities and backgrounds of the disciples

A Dramatic Program For Lent
Jeffrey Ingold
These dramatic monologues offer a unique perspective on Jesus’ crucifixion. Viewed through the eyes of a Blacksmith, Carpenter, Stone Mason, Tanner, and Basket Maker, the presentations introduce the congregation to those who crafted items used in the

Drama For Lent Or Easter
Raymond I. Keffer
The story of Good Friday and Easter Day is dramatized through the device of ”man-on-the-street” interviews. As a radio reporter tries to obtain details of the crucifixion, we hear the viewpoints of many people who witnessed the events, from children

Liturgical Dramas For Maundy Thursday And Good Friday
Gary William Bell
Lent is a great time to work dramatic presentations into your congregation's programming -- and Getting Our Feet Wet, a collection of 14 thoughtful sketches depicting Lenten themes, is a great resource for communicating the Gospel in fr

A Lenten Program Of Services And Activities
Arley K. Fadness
Where’s Noah? features the classic biblical story of Noah, the flood, and God’s salvation in a worship format that engages all generations. This resource features monologues, brief pithy sermons, the exchange of animal tokens, crossword puzzles, an E...

Three Lenten Dramas
Constance Sorenson and Ron Lavin
While we often try to fill the empty spaces in our lives with family, work, and material things, a lingering sense of emptiness and dissatisfaction seems to remain. The connections between biblical characters and these empty spaces in our lives are t...

A Grand Jury Investigation Into The Trial And Execution Of Jesus
Robert Kleinke
What really motivated the main characters in the events surrounding Jesus’ death? Was Judas merely a pragmatic man dealing with the unpleasant realities of everyday life in an occupied land? Was Herod an honorable leader of the Hebrew people who was

Lent/Easter, Cycle A
John A. TenBrook
John TenBrook follows up his popular CSS titles Thespian Theology: The Parables Of Jesus As One-Act Plays and Thespian Theology: Advent/Christmas/Epiphany, Cycle A with an all-new collection of fun and enlightening sketches based on Cyc...