We had six skits to be performed. All of them had a scenario, characters, and a Bible verse that had to be included. This allowed the kids some creative leverage and room to be funny, but gave them some structure (and the other youth group leaders and I some control over content). The skits all need at least four people, but easily have room for up to ten depending on how they spread the characters out.
Click here for the six skits:
We told the groups that the could take liberty with the story and could perform it however they want- but that they had to emphasize the verse as if it were the only thing that everyone needed to remember.
I copied each of the skits on to a different color of paper (just so if the pieces got separated, they could easily be sorted), cut them out, and put them each in their own envelope. Amazingly enough, I got them all back, without anything missing, after the performances. However, you can see that the envelopes are a little wrinkled :)
Click on the document below for those 75ish random lines. You could use those for a whole other skit game if you wanted.