Phillip and The Ethiopian – (Electronic)

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This “Reader’s Theater” skit tells the story of “Phillip and the Ethiopian,” in which Phillip obeys the voice of the Lord and runs alongside the chariot to explain the scroll of Isaiah. The message of evangelism is clear; we, too, are to be ready to explain salvation to those who ask.

Description

This “Reader’s Theater” skit tells the story of the “Phillip and the Ethiopian.” In this parable, the Ethiopian is reading the scroll of Isaiah and wonders about whom he is talking when he prophesies regarding the sufferings of Christ. Phillip obeys the voice of the Lord and runs alongside the chariot to explain to the Ethiopian what he is reading.

The message of evangelism is clear in passage. We, too, are to run alongside people who ask about the Lord and be ready to explain salvation and answer their questions.

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Additional information

Dramatic Category

Reader's Theater

Scripture

Acts 8: 26-38

Topic

Evangelism

Audience

Youth and adult

Cast

2 men, 1 narrator

Time

4 minutes

Features

Reader's Theater captivates audiences, Puts biblical truth into a contemporary context, Excellent for a sermon on evangelism, conversion, or witnessing, Electronic Script – No Shipping Required!