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What's a dad to do when his teenage son is found to directly disobey the rules and then deny everything when confronted by the father?  This skit demonstrates how confession and forgiveness can happen in the family.  In the first scene, a dispute over a car accident escalates into a yelling match between father and son.  In the next scene, the father approaches his son for reconciliation through confession and forgiveness, using the pamphlet Announcing God's Grace.  Works well in chancel dramas for teaching families how to reconcile in conflict.  Skit requires 2 actors (father and son).  The first scene takes about 3 minutes, and the second scene takes about 9 minutes.  It is for teen and general audiences.  If you decide to order this skit, an email will be sent to you with a download link.


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General Audience

Includes children, teens and adults. Use these skits to enhance worship and study in such settings as:

  • Chancel dramas for worship 
    • Special season of reconciliation
    • Lenten series
    • For anytime of the year!
  • Church, Family or Leadership Retreats
  • Fellowship dinners
  • Bible studies


Teen Audiences

Target teens and their parents. These skits are great for:

  • Youth retreats and live-ins
  • Youth-led worship services
  • Youth Bible studies
  • High school chapels
  • Teen camps
  • Confirmation retreats

You Wrecked My Car - Skit

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