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Script title: Unused Gifts
Script Author Eve Yarroll: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: April 19 2010
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Description: Jubilee wants to make a special cupboard to lock away her pretty new Bible so it won't get dirty. Melba uses the Parable of the Talents to demonstrate that the Word of God is a treasure to be put to work in the world, not locked away for safekeeping.
Message from Eve Yarroll: Melba is our human who does the openings for Sunday school. Sometimes Jubilee, a ferret, comes out and talks to her concerning the lessons the children will be covering that day. Jubilee is especially fond of cheesecake.
Keywords: Bible, Evangelism, Jesus, Parable, Servant, Stewardship, Talents
Most appropriate ages:  From 5 yrs old, to 12 yrs old
Materials: Safety goggles, two bibles: one new, one used
Number of puppets: 1
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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