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DARE TO BE DIFFERENT
A presentation for a youth-led service
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DARE TO BE DIFFERENT
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Running Time: 40 minutes
Speaking Cast: 3 females, 16-20 either, 19-23 total cast
Flexibility: 1-20 extras, doubling possible, gender flexible
Age range: All ages
Bible verses: Matthew 25:14-30, Acts (of the Apostles) 2:42-47, John 13:34-35
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Synopsis
Your church's teens will enthusiastically recreate this living scrapbook of scenes of those who dared to step out from their comfort zone. A foreign exchange student joins a lackluster youth group and is amazed at their religious freedom. His joyful attitude prompts the group to see that Christ himself came to visit, all because one teen wasn't afraid to be different. Cut to "First Jerusalem Temple." What if the early Christians had been so satisfied with ho-hum Christianity that God couldn't use them to spread the Gospel beyond Palestine? Where would we be today? The final scene, a three-word sermon, is deceptively simple: "Love one another." Only when the church begins to "walk the talk" does it flourish. An easily presented drama that asks: Are we satisfied to stay the same, or do we dare accept the bigger adventure God created us for?
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