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Worshipping God

Description: Lydia learns that worshipping God is something to be excited about.

Average Rating:
8.7 (Very good)
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 3 2017

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 3 2017

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 24 2016

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 3 2015

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 27 2015

Rating: 9

Really like the optional ending
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted May 28 2015

Rating: 8

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Good skit! (Rated by: Garison Fitch) Posted July 3 2014

Rating: 9

This is a good skit and makes a good point. For our voices, we had to change the characters to Pete and Carl, but the skit wasn't effected.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 17 2013

Rating: 7

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 27 2011

Rating: 8

I love the alternative ending. Our kids need to know its cool to worship God. Us adults need to know its cool to worship God!! Thanks for the skit and this web site
Great one (Rated by: Chris) Posted November 6 2009

Rating: 9

Love it - really easy to follow script. Thanks
No Heading (Rated by: April) Posted September 25 2009

Rating: 8

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Good job!! (Rated by: Piper) Posted June 25 2008

Rating: 9

In looking for a script on Praise - this one is just what we need for camp. Our kids camp is about Jesus being so worthy of our praise, this will open the eyes of kids and adults! Thanks
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted June 18 2008

Rating: 10

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. THE OPTIONAL ENDING, I REALLY DO LIKE. SINCERELY.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 29 2007

Rating: 10

It's not easy to motivate children to worship God. I am a sunday school teacher and I will try to bring this skit to the class. Thank you. God bless you abundantly..
good script (Rated by: will) Posted October 28 2006

Rating: 9

I really enjoyed reading this one.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 11 2006

Rating: 9

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Good! (Rated by: Lydia) Posted August 13 2006

Rating: 9

I really liked this, especially with the optional ending. When you really stop to think about who GOD is, we should be excited about worshiping Him! Thank you.
Good script, optional ending better (Rated by: Ed) Posted November 16 2005

Rating: 7

I would just put in the optional ending
No Heading (Rated by: debbie faith) Posted July 27 2005

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Kristy) Posted March 15 2005

Rating: 10

I am so thankful to have a God who provides. Thank you for this script. I homeschool my three girls and we are learning the fruit of the Spirit.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 30 2004

Rating: 10

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love the excitement (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 6 2004

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Susan Price) Posted May 14 2004

Rating: 10

This is a fantastic skit! My youth group is going to love performing it! Thank You!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 4 2004

Rating: 10

Best new work that I have seen on this site! We have 6-12 year olds in our Children's Church group and they love your skits...keep up the good work!
Thanks (Rated by: Melissa G. Clark) Posted March 3 2004

Rating: 8

I liked the whole skit. It really hit home with what we're dealing with in our Children's church. I think the optional ending is better because it reinforces Christ is worth it.
I Don't Know (Rated by: John D) Posted March 8 2003

Rating: 6

Isn't there room for different kind of worship, or must we all be Pentacostals? This play seems to imply that those of us who worship God in the silence of our hearts have something wrong with us, or are less sincere. I don't know about that.
Works on so many levels (Rated by: Tim Kirk) Posted February 28 2003

Rating: 9

What else can I say. End it any way you want. This thing rocks.
No Heading (Rated by: David Marriott) Posted February 28 2003

Rating: 10

What else can I say, but that it was Christian in the purest sense and I loved it.
Great for Old Believers (Rated by: Markus Wolf) Posted February 28 2003

Rating: 10

I give it a ten because this script spoke to me personally. Thanks for the reminder, Arwen. I too like the second ending, but I think we see the first one in churches more often.
Good work (Rated by: Rev. S. Mark Robinson) Posted February 27 2003

Rating: 9

Good script Arwin. I like the way you put it together. Personally, I prefer the 2nd ending. Thanx for the option.
Keeping the Passion Alive (Rated by: Jim Robinson) Posted February 27 2003

Rating: 10

This is a great script! It reminds us all that we need to keep our passion and not take such awesome things for granted. Excellent work Arwen!

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