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1. You Don't Need Luck With Jesus by Merrylue Martin - View script

Rating: 8.5 , Votes: 6

Albert dyes his hair green, finds a four-leaf clover and fills his pockets with endless good luck charms in the hopes of making his way happily through life.
Keywords: Bible  Choice  Faith  Fun  God  Identity  Jesus  Priorities  Promises  St. Patrick  Trust  
2. Just My Luck by Teresa Santangelo Profile available - View script

Rating: 7.3 , Votes: 2

Aden becomes impatient waiting for God to answer his prayer so he decides to take things into his own hands and change his luck.
Keywords: Honesty  Lying  Prayer  St. Patrick  
3. Searching For Luck by Mike Competillo Picture available Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.3 , Votes: 4

Two puppets are looking for a four leaf clover. Their friend Buddy (BB) comes in and tells how this is a fable and that the truth of the Bible will direct their paths. Great St. Patrick's Day script!
Keywords: Bible  Fairy Tales  Trust  Truth  St. Patrick  
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Feature Script for June 21 2018 by Mic M
Jesus Loves Me - View script Rating: 5.9, Votes: 9
Script: This short script can be used as a fill in while puppeteers transition behind the stage. It indicates the selfish attitude behind Burger King's slogan, "Have it your way," and instead promotes God's way as the standard.
Keywords: Choice  God  Selfishness  
About me:  Mic M

 


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