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Joshua, Jericho, And God

Description: Three kids talk about the battle at Jericho and how obeying God is important. They also talk about how powerful God is and how he can handle any problem.

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8.8 (Very good)
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 22 2013

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 26 2011

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Sheryl) Posted February 7 2010

Rating: 8

Very cute. thanks for writing this. Have no skill with anything but corney poems and I will use this in our family night. I really needed something that younger children could participate in and this works so well.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 15 2010

Rating: 10

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Loved it (Rated by: Cheryl) Posted October 14 2009

Rating: 10

We used this skit at vacation Bible school and it was a big hit with the kids and the puppeteer because it was so much fun and also easy to do. Great content and application.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 30 2008

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted April 29 2008

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted January 11 2008

Rating: 9

A nice script!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 23 2007

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 18 2007

Rating: 10

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Really nice. (Rated by: ) Posted September 27 2007

Rating: 9

I so enjoy your emails. I am just tickled at the way you must be listening to the Lord. these skits are usually right on time. One of our youths might be going thru something.and a skit will come and be learned by the children.then they can preform the play. thank you for all your time and effort you are putting into this site. Your in my prayers.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 24 2007

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 4 2007

Rating: 9

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not bad (Rated by: joy archer) Posted May 15 2007

Rating: 5

The script was REALLY cute, and had LOTS of potential, but I don't feel that it taught very much. I have taught 2nd & 3rd grade at Christian schools for years. I was looking for something to spice up a chapel, and this has GREAT potential. Maybe just take the time to develop it a little more. THANKS for ALL you do! God bless.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 9 2006

Rating: 7

what about some real names. Not guy...
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 9 2006

Rating: 7

what about some real names. Not guy...
ages? (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 19 2005

Rating: 7

seems short and in simple theme as if good for young children, but then includes a couple of words too complex. Unsure where to use it unless altered.
Great! (Rated by: ) Posted July 20 2005

Rating: 10

We did this one a few times now. It's always a hit!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 8 2005

Rating: 9

This is a good script with a simple message that the kids can understand.
cute and quick (Rated by: lawana) Posted September 21 2004

Rating: 10

this is a cute and quick way to tell the story of Joahua and Jericho. I intend to use it as a children's sermon with youth as actors. thanks for this site!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted June 9 2004

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted April 4 2004

Rating: 8

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Attention Getting (Rated by: ) Posted January 26 2004

Rating: 10

I liked this script because the noise is very attention getting and something that kids relate to. It also draws the attention to God and makes Him "the hero" with a great truth that is applicable for kids as well as adults. Great job, Rachel!
Short and sweet (Rated by: Rob) Posted November 4 2003

Rating: 8

I will be able to use this for our Jerico skit. Thanks
Great application (Rated by: ) Posted December 4 2002

Rating: 10

Rachel, you've got a tremendous script writing gift. You should consider quality scripts as an extension of your ministry.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 21 2002

Rating: 4

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No Heading (Rated by: brittany) Posted April 10 2002

Rating: 10

i wish you had skits we could look at
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 25 2002

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 25 2002

Rating: 10

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Loved in ... (Rated by: )

Rating: 10

children's church! This was a fun and loud script the kids loved it!! Thank you for posting on the web!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous)

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous)

Rating: 9

This can be adapted to 2 puppets as well for the solo puppeteer
Loved this one (Rated by: )

Rating: 9

Hi Rachel--I've used many of your scripts over the past year or so, but this one really got the kids going. We used it for the Children's portion of a recent Revival at our church. The horn was a particular favorite. Thanks for all the scripts you have put out. David

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