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Dean Nadasdy

Parables on Top of Parables: Dramas for Six Pentecost Gospels

Gospel dramas meant to enhance the reading and preaching from the Gospel for a particular Sunday. Continue reading

0 Comments / 184 View / August 8, 2016

Skit: You Can’t Come Empty-Handed, Can You?

A skit to accompany the parable of the pharisee and the tax collector Continue reading

0 Comments / 186 View / August 5, 2016

Skit: The Benefits of Nagging

Persistence goes a long way even with people who are not the most gracious. A skit to accompany the parable of the persistent widow. Continue reading

0 Comments / 157 View / August 5, 2016

Skit: The Least I Can Do

The saddest people of all are those so rich that they cannot see the riches of God given freely in Jesus Christ. Continue reading

0 Comments / 147 View / August 5, 2016

Skit: A Matter of Trust

We cannot be dishonest in one area of our lives and expect to be trusted in another. A skit on trust and honesty. Continue reading

0 Comments / 550 View / August 4, 2016

Skit: Who Gets the First Pew?

The exalted will be humbled and the humbled exalted…even in church. Continue reading

0 Comments / 423 View / August 3, 2016

A Thanksgiving for Families

Thank the Lord as families in this special worship resource. Continue reading

0 Comments / 304 View / November 11, 2015

Christmas Worship: It Is Not Far to Bethlehem

“It Is Not Far to Bethlehem” presents an opportunity for youth leadership in a traditional Christmas worship format. Continue reading

0 Comments / 755 View / July 14, 2015

Skit: No Strings

Skit: No Strings

Love can take on one of two characteristics. Love can be given or withheld depending on how someone meets our expectations. Or love can be given freely with no strings because we continue loving even when someone fails to please us. The latter marks the love of God and can free families for a deeper kind of loving. Continue reading

0 Comments / 7761 View / September 12, 2012

Six Shades of Purple: Chancel Dramas for Lent

If these dramas in any way prod repentance, ask for Easter or make purple a color approaching hope, they will have reached their mark. Continue reading

1 Comment / 1423 View / January 6, 2012