3-person recitation. This is a wonderful opportunity to include people who would prefer short passages to recite. It is also a great opportunity to draw from a wide diversity of people, especially cross-generational or those who do not typically socialize together. The delivery can be interactive, since many of the passages are the result of previous passages. Look for moments when the reciters can interact with each other, as well as to speak out to
The 5-person Quilt recitation is an aggregation of encouraging passages from the Bible. An optional extension of the Quilt recitation is an interview time in which the reciters are asked about the significance they found in one of their passages. Passages include Deuteronomy 30:19-20a, Romans 12:2, Joshua 1:9, 2 Timothy 1:7, 1 Timothy 4:12, Micah 6:8, Romans 12:9-10, Luke 6:35, Matthew 5:16, and Philippians 1:4-6.
Dual-language script for presenting this passage. This script is in English and German, but the division can be used in any two languages
Two-person recitation of this beautiful passage
A recitation in which a worship leader questions six kids who give Biblically-based advice for their dads. Passages include Proverbs 14:26, Psalm 103:13, Ephesians 6:4, Proverbs 13:22, Proverbs 20:7, and Matthew 15:20b
A recitation in which six dads to give wise advice to their families using passages from Ephesians 5:25-28, Deuteronomy 6:6-9, Proverbs 22:6, Proverbs 14:26, Psalm 103:13, and Joshua 24:15
Dual language script to accompany this passage. The division in the script is for German and English, but it can be applied to any two languages.
Script for a multi-lingual recitation of Psalm 51 with nine individual reciters speaking at times individually and at times collectively.
Script for a two-part recitation of this passage