InkSpirations – Monologues2018-09-18T20:08:51+00:00

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One Actor, One Voice

A man, dressed in Bible costume, depicts Elijah.

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Christian Monologues reveal emotional reactions to life’s most significant
relationships and crisis points.

An actor who delivers a “monologue,” takes the art of “Oral Interpretation” one step further, crossing the line from mere interpretation, into acting. The “oral interpreter” is a human bridge between the author and the audience, conveying the author’s purpose for writing the selection; however, the actor who presents a monologue actually becomes the character in full costume and makeup, then gives the audience a glimpse into the character’s innermost thoughts as he or she struggles with life’s crisis points, marriage, family, and interpersonal relationships.

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    Elijah’s Monologue

    In this monologue, a spiritually exhausted warrior is soothed by God’s presence. Elijah cries out to God from his cave, where he is hides in fear, after destroying the Prophets of Baal. He sets the stage for a sermon on answered prayer and the faithfulness of God.

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    Ethiopian Eunuch’s Monologue

    In this monologue, the Ethiopian Eunuch is ready for evangelism and eager for discipleship as he asks faith questions. He sets the stage for a sermon on the importance of witnessing to a spiritually hungry world and carrying out he “Great Commission.”

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    King David’s Monologue

    In this monologue, compromised integrity produces a casualty of lust. The royal conceit of King David leads him to abuse his power and murder Uriah. His justification sets the stage for a sermon on holiness and the surrender of our pride to the power of the Holy Spirit.

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    Miracle Monologues

    Three monologues, balance Christian responsibility with God’s intervention in human suffering. Each one wants God to intervene and sets the stage for a sermon on God’s provision, our responsibility to take actions, and the role of suffering in the life of the believer.

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    The Good Shepherd Monologues

    Three pleas for healing in the “valley of the shadow of death” are the subjects of these three Christian Drama Monologues. Each one sets the stage for a sermon on trusting God to be our constant companion in the “valleys” of life and not leaning on our own understanding.

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    The Samaritan Woman’s Monologue

    In this Christian Drama Monologue, the Samaritan Woman laments her deep disappointment caused by relationship problems, and sets the stage for a sermon on the meaning of life, which only comes when we follow Jesus and find true love through the “living water.”

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