Widowed and just wanting to worship, a woman describes the scene at the temple when Jesus drove out the money changers and the kind of rescue that meant for her. Includes music used in video version.
Widowed and just wanting to worship, a woman describes the scene at the temple when Jesus drove out the money changers and the kind of rescue that meant for her.
Cain and Abel brought offerings to the Lord but only Abel’s was accepted. Why did God reject Cain’s offering? This mini-movie looks at the principal of the firstfruit and why it’s central to our giving. This video could be used with a message on tithing (e.g. - Putting God first in your finances) but the concept of firstfruits extends to every aspect of our lives. God doesn’t accept leftovers; God must be first.
Contains excerpts from “The Blessed Life: Unlocking the Rewards of Generous Living” by Robert Morris. Used with permission. Published by Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
Let orator and artist Eric Samuel Timm help you deliver the concise element to powerfully illustrate the limited TIME we all posses each day. Explore the topic of TIME and the INVESTMENT of TIME in this money metaphor that is easily accessible and understandable to all.
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.
A young brother and sister visit a family counselor to talk through what went wrong and fractured their family.
Moms don’t earn a paycheck. But what if they did? Using a recent salary survey, this video shows in detail just how much a Mother’s job is worth - and, more importantly, that her true value exceeds any market value.
A fun way of telling the parable of the talents.
Mac’s co-workers take him out to lunch for his birthday, but things take an ugly turn when the group realizes that they are short of what they owe for the check. Can they get past a few dollars to keep the peace?
Giving is an essential part of following Jesus. This powerful video will encourage your church to give boldly.
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.
Many times we look for ways to fill a void in our life, and instead of turning to God we turn to “stuff” no matter what the cost. In this fun mini movie from The Skit Guys, several people share ways they like to cope.
People have different views on tithing, but when it comes down to it, the Bible is pretty clear on what’s expected.
Money. It’s a touchy subject…especially in church. Add humor to your service and take the awkwardness out of the subject of tithing with this hilarious new video from The Skit Guys!
God tells us to bring our first fruits into the storehouse and that building up wealth is meaningless (Ecclesiastes). Here’s someone who just doesn’t seem to get how to give.
A CEO of a major corporation finds out she’s missing out on a great treasure. She soon realizes that no earthly treasure can give her what she wants the most.
Jim and Joweena Sanders are broke and up to their eyeballs in debt. Do they sit down and figure out a budget? Do they get rid of the luxuries in their lives that are costing them so much? Oh no. They come up with a brilliant plan that, as usual, involves the neighbors. Here’s what not to do during an economic crisis.
Tithing has always been a touchy subject that can make even the most committed church-goer squirm in his seat. Well, here is a video that will help lighten things up a bit. In their latest installment of “World vs. Christian” video, The Skit Guys wonder if maybe the World “gets it” more than Christians when it comes to giving and sacrifice.
A husband and wife try to come to an understanding about how they spend money.
Here’s the story of a lovely lady, a man named Brady, and spoof on that television icon of the 70s. This short spoof provides a fun and nostalgic avenue into some very current needs in the lives of students.