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Script title: Jars Of Clay
Script Author Michael Antrim: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: May 08 2009
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Description: A follow-up lesson skit based upon 1 Corinthians 4:6-7 and 2 Timothy 2:20-21. We are earthen vessels (jars of clay) for God.
Message from Michael Antrim: God has chosen us to be His vessels (jars of clay) to carry his word to the world. Sam is a loud - extreme personality, Sharion is a girl who deals stirnly with Sam, The professor is an older, wiser, eccentric.
Keywords: Bible, Character, Choice, Courage, Evangelism, Faith, God, Helping others, Love, Missions, Sharing, Speaking, Responsibility, Truth, Bible Stories, Church, Work, Disciples, VBS
Most appropriate ages:  From 3 yrs old, to 15 yrs old
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Number of puppets: 3
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 3-5 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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