What we do and how we do it makes us great.LOCATION:
- A mop
- A name tag for Joe
- A cameraCHARACTERS:Paul—Man walking through museum with no clue to history.
Patty—A well informed companion.Joe—A janitor.Time:3-4 minutesPRODUCTION NOTE:If you want to dress up actors as George, Joan, Alex and Clara, and have them pretend they are wax figures, go for it. If not, you can have them walk on stage and a picture of that person comes up on the screen, as if it is an art museum.Paul drives the comedy. He’s mind is always working, covering up his stupidity. Every moment he is wrong, he immediately covers it up with something he immediately think is right, only to have that shot down too. Keep his energy high!THOUGHTSScripture Reference: Matthew 19:30, 20:16, Mark 9:35, 10:31, Luke 13:30Jesus made this point over and over – the first will be last. If someone wants to be great, he must be less. The woman with the penny gave more than a rich man.He emphasized greatness coming from servants and ordinary people. We tend to glorify the headline makers, but forget all the people that helped to get them there.People serve in so many capacities and receive very little thanks. Someday we’ll truly know their greatness.THEMES:
WORK, PURPOSE, GREATNESS, MEDIOCRITY, SERVING