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Pew Prompters: The Complete Book of Short Sketches for Sermons, Services,…

by Lawrence G. Enscoe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0834192454, Paperback)

(Lillenas Publications). The secret to the success of this book is that it was written by the Enscoes, and that means unusual situations and excellent dialogue. The collection stands alone in that it was the first worship sketch book Lillenas produced. It is still as contemporary as the day it was written. The Special Day scripts (half the book) are worth the price alone. Everyone should read "Opening Night at the Baptistry" when a man who is terrified of water makes his statement of faith. Sketches may be used individually or grouped together for a longer program. Scripts are 5 to 15 minutes in length.

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