As much as we talk about and consider love, we rarely get it right. But God does, in every way. Watch this powerful tribute to God’s perfect love.
Cleaning up vomit, enforcing curfew, helping out with homework, preparing your kids for life ––motherhood isn’t something that happens all at once. It’s a day-in-day out choice to show up for your family. So…how much time you got?
No good conversation ever began with the words, “Those jeans make you look like your mom.” Communicating love is key to a good relationship. Unfortunately for Todd, he has to learn that the hard way (like most of us). Great video for Valentine’s Day or services focusing on relationships.
Teaching your teenager to drive, giving your kid’s pet fish a funeral, explaining the birds and the bees, playing catch––fatherhood isn’t something that happens all at once. It’s a day in day out choice to show up for your kids. So…how much time you got?
Sometimes we look for love in all the wrong places. Find out what we can learn about true love from pinboards, hand made lint sweaters and a lump of clay. It’s time to step away from the half-hearted attempts at showing our love. This year remember…the greatest of these is love.
Do you like me? Check Yes or No. Often, our insecurities cause us to question if we are truly loved by someone. This video reminds us that even in our lowest points, God has already declared His love for us and that will never change.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife. Includes: Director’s Cut 6.5 min, Short Cut 4 min, and a Two Part Cut.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wife-whisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.
Julie and Joe have a problem keeping promises.
What dinner would look like if children ran the household. A script on parenting, discipline and the family.
For that special day, a blessing and words of encouragement for the bride and groom from their family and friends.
In the interest of fairness and mutual respect a woman issues an open apology to men, as they navigate the complicated maze that is femininity.
A married man seems to be confessing to an affair. But who is the mysterious “other woman” he speaks about? Great jump-starter for messages about marriage, love and commitment.
Tom and Kate have been spending too much money and quickly figure out that their lack of peace is the root of their problem. This Christmas, through all the buying and through all the parties, let’s not lose the meaning of Christmas.
Rick and Tina play hardball as they sit down to negotiate how they spend their time during the Christmas season.
Pat and Patty Anderson have the perfect marriage…or do they? When asked to make a video for their church on how to have a successful marriage, their “perfect marriage” gets caught on tape.
Celia and Brad discover that reading stories from the Bible can be as juicy and scandalous as watching an episode of CSI.
Every wife wants to hear her husband’s thoughts…but not ALL of them. In this lighthearted piece, a wife advises husbands on what not to say.
What is love again? This simple, emotional video asks us to rethink that question by imaging life without it. Great for a sermon starter or for preceding a call to worship which includes a passage that describes true, biblical love (e.g., 1 Cor. 13:4-8). Also appropriate leading into teaching about Valentine’s Day or marriage and family life.
Cliff and Em begin their journey into marriage full of love and romantic dreams, but also aware that things won’t always be easy. Many years later, they find their fears coming true and struggle just to hold things together. Can they find the “glue”?
A husband and wife struggle with a basic of marriage - getting to sleep at night. He snores, she can’t sleep. But the wife refuses to sleep separately. She’s afraid that doing so could cause their marriage to fade away.
A married couple humorously share the frustrations of marriage, while reminding the audience that marriage is holy and worth fighting for.
A single girl shares her humiliating experience with her friend and thinks she figures out why she’s still single.
Curt gets a reminder from his wife that sometimes life gets stale and tasteless, but it’s a good thing to have someone recall the memory of God’s goodness.
An inventive introduction to the topic of sex that transitions perfectly into a sermon or discussion.
One friend tries to prevent another friend from giving his wife the worst Valentine’s Day Gift In The History of The World and in the process, they have a conversation about what a gift truly means.
A married couple is about to take the next step in their journey to parenthood, but not without some apprehensions.
Veteran married couple, Jack and Jan, have dinner with newlyweds, Todd and Lauren, and good advice abounds.
An out-of-work husband and father begins to question the reasons of why we celebrate Christmas, when his wife reminds him that there is a greater purpose at work.
Looking for a way to get couples talking about joining a small group? The Skit Guys address the many benefits and hang-ups of joining a group and sharing life with others.
A marriage that is offered to God is taken back piece by pieces.
Todd is the spender. Nan is the one who keeps up with their finances. So when Todd surprises Nan with a brand new over-the-top barbeque grill, things get just a little headed.
A fun look at empathy through the eyes of a pregnant man.
A husband and wife discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy after an affair.
Two best friends discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy after an affair.
Samuel and Madison discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy.
A newlywed couple meets their church assigned jaded mentor couple for the first time.
A widowed husband runs into a friend who’s concerned about the husband and his two sons being without their mother. The husband realizes a lot of things he never told his wife.
The perfect tool to help you launch a marriage ministry, support a sermon on family or marriage, recruit and inspire volunteers, or simply introducing the need for the church to help marriages.
Over a birthday dinner at a restaurant, a well-meaning wife gives her husband the unexpected gift of a session with communication counselors.