A two scene Christian drama skit where in Scene I a group of teens are having trouble accepting a friend who is seen as “too religious”.
Scene II goes back to Acts 7-8 where Stephen is being accused of speaking against the temple, God and Moses.
Sample of script:
Tracy, Terry, Kim and Laurie come on stage, talking
Tracy: So anyhow, Mom said I have to share my cookies and I think that stinks!
Kim: What's so awful about sharing cookies?
Laurie: You’ve never tasted Tracy’s mom’s cookies have you Kim?
Kim: My guess is that Tracy’s mom’s cookies are good.
Terry: Nope. . . . Tracy’s mom’s cookies are like to die for!
Kim: Wow. . . . that good huh?
Kim: Look, it’s not like I don’t believe you, but it's just that . . well . .. maybe best I try Tracy’s mom’s cookies like, . . . for myself. . . . Likely two or three or six cookies actually, I mean to be sure I get the true cookie taste.
Laurie: You’re a smooth one Kim . . . . Very smooth!
Kim: What's a friend for, after all?
Tracy: With friends like you my mom would need to bake cookies every day!
Kim: Well you heard the old saying, “Friends don’t let friends go short on cookies”.
Tracy: Old saying huh?
Laurie: My Mom makes stone cookies.
Terry: What’s stone cookies?
Laurie: Cookies that are hard as stone. . . I do love my Mom but cookie making is not one of her strengths.
Kim: My dad serves the best hamburgers in town.
Tracy: What's your dad’s specialties?
Kim: McDonalds and Burger King.
Tracy: Oh I get it, so he doesn’t actually barbeque the hamburgers?
Kim: Mom won't let him do that anymore, last time he barbequed it cost us eight thousand dollars.
Terry: That does sound a bit steep for a hamburger.
Kim: The hamburger was cheap; the big expense was replacing the deck and garage when the barbeque blew up.