Theme: God doesn’t call us to be comfortable. He calls us to love one another. So in showing friendship and brotherhood to others we may at times be uncomfortable.
Bible Reference: John 13:nbsp;
Cast: 5, likely young adults, can be male or female
Set, Sound, Costumes: standard
Props: weird hat
Sample of script:
all come on stage talking
Parker: Riley, I gotta tell you, that was one really strange group in there.
Riley: I’d never seen some of those guys either Parker. But I thought it was an OK time.
Parker: Yah most of the guys were OK I guess.
Riley: Wait Parker . . . . So if some of the guys were OK, guess that means you think some of the guys weren’t OK.
Parker: Wait a bit yourself Riley. I never said some of the guys weren’t OK! What made you say that?
Riley: What made me say that? . . Maybe it was you saying “most of the guys in there were OK!” (to Jordan) What would you think, Jordan, if Parker said that to you?
Jordan: Well I would likely think, Parker, that you aren’t comfortable with some of the guys in the group.
Parker: Exactly, Jordan. . . Some of them are, I dunno . . . I . . . am just really not comfortable with them.
Dakota: Some? Such as who?
Parker: Well there was that one girl with the purple hair and the . . .
Kendall: And the nose ring?
Parker: Yah, that’s the one I mean . . .
Kendall: I know her, Desiree is her name. She has had a really tough life. . . . Dad in prison, her mom works three jobs.
Parker: See, that’s it. . . . I am just not comfortable with that sort of . . . people.
Her and that guy with the head thing.
Riley: You mean Wasif, the guy wearing the turban?
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