You need someone to play Jesus and five other characters. Jesus is standing in front with His hands at His side looking forward. He has no expression on His face.
Sports Fanatic - needs to have a football, basketball, or volleyball. He/she comes in and looks at Jesus, then looks at the huddle and says, “That’s not what my Jesus looks like! My Jesus is a basketball player.” That person then bends and forms Jesus as if He were shooting a foul shot and puts the ball in Jesus’ hands. Mold Jesus into whatever sport you want. The person then says, “That’s what my Jesus looks like!” Exit.
Happy - This person is real bubbly and happy, usually a girl. She comes in skipping, bouncing and laughing, but when she sees Jesus, she stops and says, “That’s not what my Jesus looks like. My Jesus is happy.” She then takes the ball out of His hands, lifts His arms over His head and puts a huge smile on His face with her hands. She then says, “That’s what my Jesus looks like.” Exit.
The Thinker - A very serious person walks in with his arms crossed and one hand under his chin like he is thinking. He stops, looks at Jesus and then looks at the huddle and says, “That’s not what my Jesus looks like. My Jesus is a thinker.” He then lovers Jesus’ hands, take the smile off His face, and kicks Him gently in the back of one knee to get Jesus to kneel down on one knee. He then positions one of Jesus’ hands under His chin and the other hand on a knee. He then says, “That’s what my Jesus looks like.” Exit.
Muscle Man - A muscular guy walks in (or one that acts like one), big and tough with his chest bowed out and says, “That’s not what my Jesus looks like. My Jesus is big and tough.” He then picks Jesus up to the standing position and shapes and molds Him into any muscle pose he wants. Be sure to include a grimace on Jesus’ face, like Jesus is straining or something. As he exits, he says, “That’s what my Jesus looks like.”
Christian - Person walks in and shakes their head, “That’s not what my Jesus looks like. My Jesus look like this.” The person then spreads Jesus’ hands out wide and nails Him to the cross and lowers His head. “Two thousand years ago this is what my Jesus looked like, and if you accept Him the way He is, He’ll accept you and love you just the way you are.”
Individual Ideas of Jesus
To draw a comparison to who some people think Jesus is and who He really is.