Synopses & Reviews
Studies have indicated that 75% of what an audience learns and remembers is a result of what they see, while 13% comes from what they hear. Drama puts them both together and prepares the audience with a sermon illustration that is unforgettable.
These three- to four-minute skits introduce the theme of the Gospel lesson for each Sunday of cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Written with wit, wisdom and humor, they help create an audience that is ready to listen and learn at the time of the sermon. They require little or no preparation, minimal props and involve few characters (2 to 4 for each skit).
Though your gifts of drama you achieved a perfect blend of humor, pathos, conviction and joy to present the gospel in a living and powerful way. Richard B. Linder, Jr., Rector St. Matthew's Episcopal Church Brecksville, Ohio