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JESUS, THE UNMATCHED GIFT
Candle-lighting Monologues for Advent
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JESUS, THE UNMATCHED GIFT
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Running Time: 4 scenes, 5 minutes per scene
Speaking Cast: 1 female, 1 male, 2-4 total cast
Flexibility: doubling possible
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Synopsis
Real, relatable 21st-century characters grace your service each Sunday of Advent to share from the heart before lighting the Advent wreath candles. Their slice-of-life moments line up with the Advent themes of hope, peace, joy, and love. Just one character per week eliminates the need to coordinate busy holiday schedules for rehearsal. The themes, monologists and descriptions are: 1. Hope—Widower Nathaniel finds a reason to hope again when carolers and a Christmas card ease his loneliness. 2. Peace—Gift-wrapper Amy’s previously grumpiest customer makes peace with gentle words and a token of gratitude. 3. Joy—EMT Mike appreciates joy served by the plateful at the end of a trying day. 4. Love—Office employee Sally has a “what can go wrong, will go wrong” day at work—but a loving gesture at dinner makes all the difference. Easy and effective.
 

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