* Looking for a way to wake up your youth group? Avoiding cliches and trite dialogue, James and Woodard offer witty, riveting skits to reinforce all-important spiritual points in the memory of your students. Teen-tested, these fully-scripted monologues, duets, comedies, dramas, and Scripture readings will stimulate and inspire your audience. 160 pages, softcover from Youth Specialties.
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Review 1 for Skits That Teach: Lactose Free for Those Who Can't Stand Cheesy Skits
Date:August 10, 2009
We loved these skits! Our homeschool coop chose 6 of them to perform. They are thought provoking and not at all goofy. I'm going to order the next book for this years' performance!
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Review 2 for Skits That Teach: Lactose Free for Those Who Can't Stand Cheesy Skits
Date:February 24, 2007
Contains Racially offensive material against Asian-Americans. One of the skits pokes fun at Chinese food delivery man with a stereotypical immigrant accent. Impressionable youth may be exposed to racist attitudes and may make fun of minorities with their friends because of messages from secular media, but I never expected that an upstanding organization like Zondervan would send these messages. I am absolutely disappointed and outraged that these authors and Zondervan has the intention to teach this to American teenagers in the name of Christ. Please join me and speak out. Do not purchase this product.