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Hi!  Here are some details about myself:
My name is: Lynette Rowland
My e-mail address:
I have a home page at:
My occupation (when I'm not doing puppets!) is: Personal financial analyst
My approximate age is: 35 - 45
I live in the state of: CO
... in the country of: USA
Here's some information about my church or puppetry organisation:
My organisation's name is: Church Of Christ
My organisation's website is at:
Some of My Puppetry Background
Q: Why do you write puppet scripts? What motivates you?
It's great to come up with something that makes people laugh and teaches at the same time. I get a charge out of watching the audience laugh at some of the scripts.
Q: Tell us about your church or puppet organisation.
We have a puppet show nearly every Wednesday night to supplement our teaching program.
Q: How did you get started in puppets and what attracted you to this area?
I started doing puppets as a teenager. We came up with some great scripts on our own and made our own puppets. Our teen group loved doing this because we saw it was something we could do to help with VBS, plus we got to spend time together creating and laughing and doing something positive with our energy and ideas.
Q: Where does your inspiration come from to write puppet scripts?
I love teaching, and I love laughter. I love to see kids learning and having fun doing so. The adults like the humor, too, and actually get the jokes better than the kids.
Q: What advice would you give to someone just starting out in puppetry?
Start out simple. Develop two to four puppets with distinct personalities. Practice a lot. Watch yourself in the mirror. Speak slowly and clearly. Enunciate all the words, even if it seems ridiculously slow.
Q: Who are your favourite puppet characters and what do you like about them?
We have several great characters. I like them all. A grandpa and grandma, several kids, mom and dad, a baby, an old farmer. They all have their purpose and place.
Q: What are the most important qualities in great puppet scripts?
Just like any story, it should have a beginning, a middle and an end. If the puppets have to resolve some problem or issue, it adds a lot. And always...it should make a point. One main point, and say it in several different ways.
Q: What would you do if you were a puppet?
I would want my operators to treat me with care and always put me away after every show so I didn't get "played with" by small children.
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1. One Bible To Go by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 9.0 , Votes: 13

To teach that Jesus fills our need for spiritual food. Developed for a VBS theme, Jesus is the bread of life. A humorous script in which one puppet takes literally the idea of "eating" God's Word.
Keywords: Bible  Jesus  VBS  
2. A Teachable Heart by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 8.0 , Votes: 5

Bugbert discovers that he must have a teachable heart and be willing to take advice from others because his way is not always the best way.
Keywords: Humility  Pride  Heart  
3. Trans-fig-a-what? by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 7.5 , Votes: 4

This humorous script teaches the meaning of Transfiguration. Developed for a VBS theme: Jesus is the Son of God and should be obeyed.
Keywords: Jesus  Obedience  VBS  
4. The Golden Rule by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 7.5 , Votes: 8

Jackie learns that the Golden Rule doesn't mean you would give a boy a Barbie for his birthday just because she would want one. Grandma explains that Jesus really meant we should treat each other with love and kindness, the way we would want to be treated.
Keywords: Golden Rule  Love  
5. All I Need by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.8 , Votes: 2

The aim of this script is to teach that Jesus gives us all we need. Developed for a VBS theme on Jesus Is the Bread of Life. A humorous script that discusses the differences between needs and wants.
Keywords: Choice  Jesus  Priorities  Sacrifice  Selfishness  VBS  
6. What Is Sin? by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.8 , Votes: 2

This serious script teaches about sin and obedience. Developed for a VBS theme: Jesus is the Son of God. Puppets explore the meaning of sin and discuss how Jesus is the answer to our sin problem, found in the Bible.
Keywords: Bible  Jesus  Obedience  Sin  VBS  
7. Miracle Machine by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.5 , Votes: 4

This humorous script finds Jordan trying to build a miracle machine and make a little extra money. After a few mishaps, he learns that only Jesus can do miracles.
Keywords: Jesus  Miracle  
8. Never Too Busy by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.4 , Votes: 3

The aim of this script with light humor is to teach that Jesus is never too busy to spend time with any of us. Jackie is annoyed that no one will listen to her troubles. She discovers that Jesus is the only one who is always available to listen.
Keywords: Friendship  Jesus  Prayer  Sensitivity  
9. What Is The Bread Of Life? by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.0 , Votes: 1

The aim of this script is to teach the meaning of the bread of life. Developed for a VBS theme, "Jesus is the Bread of Life". A more serious script with some light humor as puppets explore what it really means to eat the bread of life.
Keywords: Communion  Jesus  VBS  
10. Miracles Vs. Magic by Lynette Rowland Profile available - View script

Rating: 6.0 , Votes: 1

Jordan learns that the miracles Jesus did were more than magic. In fact, they weren't magic at all. Vernon accompanies him to the magic show, then to the discussion group with Preacher Miles.
Keywords: Jesus  Miracle  Power  
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