This compilation of seventeen humorous excerpts from the classified sections of city newspapers is a great way to break the ice during your special events. > Illiterate? Write today for help. > Auto Repair Service. Try us once, you’ll never go anywhere again. > Dog for sale. Eats anything and is fond of children. > […]
This effect should be done with adult volunteers getting the difficult questions and the children getting the easy questions. Plan ahead: For this effect you will need to prepare a list of 20 Bible questions, (10 easy and 10 very difficult.) On small slips of paper, write numbers 1 through 20. Place the 10 numbers […]
2 people Basket of Potatoes (to be passed out to crowd-when their name is read) One box of instant potatoes Good evening folks tonight I will be your common-tater (insert name yourself) There are many roles you can play in our show tonight. For one example you can be a spec-tater like (insert someone).
We have had great fun and excitement in our Sunday School. The children are always left wondering who’s coming to visit today. Will it be Bart the Builder who loves to teach about building the Church or as he puts it, “Building ze choirch to laaast”.
This is a classic bit of humor you will enjoy reading to your class. Bible Story from the Book of Parables “Once upon a time a man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves; and the thorns grew up and choked the man. And he went on and met the Queen of […]
Clowning from the heart; this phrase surfaces in every clown publication and at every convention. It seems to me that some instructors use this phrase to win over their audience or give credibility to what they do. They may be talking about prop building or elephant riding or any number of relevant clown things, but […]
Proverbs 17:22 says, A cheerful heart is good medicine. (NIV) Let’s take a few moments to explore this wonderful resource called comedy and talk a little of how utilizing comedy affected our services, explore why it’s important to get your audience laughing, think a little about props and routines, and offer a few illustrations you […]