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Bible Reading Index

For daily family devotions and small group discussions             Bible readings are arranged under duties that God requires of His followers, on three levels: (1) Beginning, (2) Growing, and (3) Maturing.             Asterisks * indicate stories to recount or act out. Some important stories are listed more than once, since many folk, especially children, learn better by repetition.             Before reading a text or telling a story, tell hearers what to listen for. For example, … [Read more...]

Jesus Equipped Kingdom Workers

 Luke 10: 1-21 POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is not necessary to employ … [Read more...]

Pilgrim Hesitates at New Year’s Door

A New Year’s skit in verse  POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is not necessary … [Read more...]

Jesus Fed 5,000 With A Boy’s Small Gift

John 6:1-15 POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is not necessary to employ … [Read more...]

Let Church Rule Fit Current Conditions

Based on an excerpt from Come Quickly Dawn by George Patterson,www.wclbooks.com This skit is recommended for mature Christians and their leaders. POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most … [Read more...]

Communicate with Skits and Role-plays

  POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is not necessary to employ costumes … [Read more...]

Pilgrim Hesitates at New Year’s Door

A New Year’s skit in verse  POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is not necessary … [Read more...]

Communicate With Skits And Role-plays

  POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is not necessary to employ costumes … [Read more...]

God Feeds His People in the Sinai Desert

Based on Exodus 16 ? 17 & Numbers 20  POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is … [Read more...]

Angels Watch as the Old Dragon Defiles the First Family

Based on Genesis 2:15-25 and 3:1-24  POY! SKIT GUIDELINES: In a small group, participants might simply read their lines, or glance at their lines to get the idea so they can speak in their own words. Most POY! skits require no practice in advance. Have any small children play a brief part. Most scripts have an optional part for children, listed last under Participants. Most scripts have a Narrator who should read the script beforehand to see how to keep moving the story along. It is … [Read more...]