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Where's My Father?

Description: Sadly, more and more kids in our congregation have an "absent father". In this story, Pastor helps Bobby to understand that he still has a Father who can give him some great advice.

Average Rating:
8.8 (Very good)
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 16 2009

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Sheryl Tilley) Posted October 25 2007

Rating: 5

I can't see a little kid sitting through this. There is nothing here to draw in their interest.
Heartbreaking (Rated by: Jane Gusman) Posted October 17 2007

Rating: 10

A wonderful and moving script. Thank you.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 4 2007

Rating: 8

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Almost heartbreaking (Rated by: Maureen ) Posted September 29 2007

Rating: 10

You were clearly touched by God when you wrote this.
Sound advice (Rated by: Jenn) Posted June 1 2006

Rating: 10

I can't get over how perfect his message is for up-coming mission. Profound.
Really liked this one! (Rated by: ) Posted January 3 2006

Rating: 10

"Your Father has treated you well but you are children no longer. It is time to act like men!" Unbelievably perfect message for the kids of today!
Important to remember during the holidays! (Rated by: Jamie) Posted December 22 2005

Rating: 10

Some of the kids in our congregation have less than perfect home lives: these include absent fathers, death in the family, addiction, and other serious problems. I like this play's sensitivity. I recommend it!
Finally! (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted June 9 2005

Rating: 10

The "Promisekeepers" among us need to keep their promise!
Perfect for VBS! (Rated by: ) Posted January 31 2004

Rating: 10

No time like the present.
Okay I'm hooked! (Rated by: ) Posted January 29 2004

Rating: 10

I am offically a beilever in your site called Pupet Resources! Where dod I sign up?!
I'm with DM, (Rated by: Johnny Puppet) Posted January 14 2004

Rating: 10

This is great stuff.
for real men (Rated by: Virgil) Posted January 12 2004

Rating: 9

So often it seems like P2P's plays are a bit more dramatically interesting and a little more theologically, um, questionable. This one reverses the trend. But it's saved for me by a strong ending.
Great play and practical too. (Rated by: ) Posted January 12 2004

Rating: 10

I am encouraged about p2p to read such a play. This was right on the mark. It was applicable to children's minstry and it was pure in delivery. Bullseye!!!

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