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Hi!  Here are some details about myself:
My name is: Ettie Evans
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My occupation (when I'm not doing puppets!) is: Art director
My approximate age is: Not specified
I live in the state of:
... in the country of: United States
Here's some information about my church or puppetry organisation:
My organisation's name is:
My organisation's website is at:
Some of My Puppetry Background
Q: Why do you write puppet scripts? What motivates you?
I write and perform the puppet scripts for Children's Church at our church.
Q: Tell us about your church or puppet organisation.
We use the puppet ministry once a month to aid in teaching Bible stories during Children's Church. My husband and I started puppets during the winter of 2005. The children really are very attentive during the skits and sometimes ask clever questions afterward. We can tell that God is doing a mighty work in the hearts and minds of the children.
Q: How did you get started in puppets and what attracted you to this area?
We decided that we needed to be much more involved in our church. Children's Church seemed like an easy area to start. Since I was involved a number of years ago in a puppet ministry at another church and our church didn't have a puppet ministry, we realized there was a need to serve the children in this way.
Q: Where does your inspiration come from to write puppet scripts?
We have been fortunate to find puppet scripts a few times on line that fit the scripture that was being taught. Sometimes on line scripts only provide concepts for the skit.
Q: What advice would you give to someone just starting out in puppetry?
Pray very hard that God would bless your ministry. Pray that He would use your talents to open the hearts and minds of the children, that they might understand His teaching. Use puppets that are easy to manipulate. Practice the script frequently and use the script during performance. Be comfortable during your performance.
Q: Who are your favourite puppet characters and what do you like about them?
We have four puppets that mimic little girls and boys. I think the most successful skits were with them. We have other full bodied puppets, but I think the children enjoy these the most.
Q: What are the most important qualities in great puppet scripts?
Glorify Jesus in the script. Demonstrate Christian attributes. Be humorous and touch on other emotions. Be willing to let the audience respond.
Q: What would you do if you were a puppet?
Laugh, snicker, cry, weep, console or do any other human characteristic. Although, personally I don't have the puppets pray.
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1. Parable Of The Foolish Rich Man by Ettie Evans Profile available - View script

Rating: 8.9 , Votes: 11

After Carl makes a lot of money selling lemonade, he decides to have pizza, soda pop and a party all night long. But, Daffney helps him understand our treasures are in heaven when we help others here on earth, not in money.
Keywords: Bible Stories  Character  Generosity  Giving  Growth  Helping others  Humility  Materialism  Money  Parable  Priorities  Responsibility  Selfishness  Sharing  Stewardship  
2. The Great Secret Mission by Ettie Evans Profile available - View script

Rating: 8.7 , Votes: 13

Double-O-Zero (Carl) learns his next secret mission is not so secret. Headquarters Chief, D (Daffney) advises Double-O-Zero his greatest mission ever is to share Jesus with the lost and gives him a "license to tell".
Keywords: Bible  Bible Stories  Courage  Disciples  Evangelism  Faithfulness  Jesus  Leadership  Missions  Obedience  Persistence  Priorities  Responsibility  Sacrifice  Salvation  Servant  Sharing  Work  
3. A Wee Little Man by Ettie Evans Profile available - View script

Rating: 8.6 , Votes: 12

When Carl finds Scooter weeping from the top of a tree, he tries to help Scooter solve his problems. Seems Scooter's returned the teasing he's recieved about being short with a little mistreating of his own. Carl explains how Zacchaeus felt when Jesus visited him and uses this scripture to convince Scooter that Jesus wants to befriend him also.
Keywords: Bible Stories  Character  Cheating  Faith  Forgiveness  Friendship  Generosity  Grace  Greed  Honesty  Jesus  Materialism  Money  Priorities  Repentance  Revenge / Vengeance  Self-control  Teasing  Wisdom  
4. Doubting Nigel by Ettie Evans Profile available - View script

Rating: 8.4 , Votes: 5

When Nigel attempts to tell a story, he is interrupted by his friends for not going to a fundraiser. Seems Nigel doubts enough money will be raised. But Daffney convinces him we shouldn't doubt as Thomas did, but rather place all our faith in God.
Keywords: Bible  Bible Stories  Character  Disciples  Faith  Helping others  Jesus  Love  Obedience  Persistence  Priorities  Responsibility  Sacrifice  Stewardship  Trust  Work  
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