Yule Fuel

Cool Drama Scripts for Christmas

Contributor: Jeff Smith
Produced by: Lillenas Drama
In Stock
Drama Book
Price: $19.99

About This Product Fuel the season with hope, joy, peace and love through the eyes of some diverse and out of the ordinary characters in this new script book that includes traditional biblical moments as well as modern characters struggling with today's conflicts. The true meaning of Christmas is amplified with humorous and heartrending scenes. Topics include tense family gatherings, celebrating Christmas while coping with Alzheimer's, seasonal distractions during worship, finding peace, second chances, and more. Includes BONUS MATERIAL: "The Christmas Narrative"—a biblical account of the traditional story that can be expanded into a longer program. Most scripts run 2 to 4 minutes in length. Suggested Use: Worship Services, Contemporary Worship, Young Adult and/or Youth Retreats and Events, Christmas and Advent Services Performance Royalty: Nonroyalty  
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Preview: Comfortable with Joy
Preview: All Strung Up
Preview: Walking in Darkness
Preview: Two Minute Drill
Preview: The Red Zone
Preview: Second Chances
Preview: Black Friday
Preview: Simeon
Preview: The Christmas Narrative
Preview: A Carpenter's Rule
Preview: The Innkeeper's Wife
Preview: Mary's Moment
Preview: The Shepherd