With all the time we exhaust getting Christmas presents maybe it’s time to find peace and get Christmas Presence.
A spin on the old Frankenstein movie, a thankful believer is led to a “torture chamber” by Igor, but cannot be swayed to crack under the pressure. This script is perfect to segue from Halloween/Fall Festival into Thanksgiving.
When you get near the end of your life will you regret all the things you never did? Bill and Charlie look back over their lives with two different perspectives. What will your legacy be?
Mrs. Wilfor is busy taking complaints when a person arrives to give an unexpected praise report.
Every last one of us needs God. This video reminds us that every hour of every day, we need God. We need his help, forgiveness and love. Watch as a variety of people wrestle with their needs and desires and ultimately rest in their need of God. Features the Matt Maher song, “Lord, I Need You” performed by Marcy Priest.
This video is a plea to today’s Church to take its rightful place as the steward of the gospel. We can no longer be restrained by either our excuses or sins. It’s our time to rise up and serve a watching world.
Beauty. Sometimes appearances can be deceiving. But no matter what we see on the outside, we need to realize that on the inside…we’re all the same: Fragile people who want to be loved. Karen shares her experience of being different and the comfort she gets from knowing that God created her and loves her perfectly.
Things aren’t always what they seem…even on Sunday morning. This video is a humorous way to help your audience make sure their perspective isn’t getting in the way of their relationships.
Two unfortunately named brothers discuss how we have a knack for overlooking God’s blessings in the most trivial of ways when really, we should be conscious of all the different ways he blesses us.
It’s been said that being a mom is one of the toughest jobs in the world. But sometimes, as moms, we often wonder how we’re actually contributing to God’s command to go out and make disciples.
As moms, we are the hardest on ourselves with how we think we’re doing. In this skit, a mother and her child have two very different perspectives on how their day went.
When you think of worshiping idols, what comes to your mind? Golden calves? Giant statues? Here’s a sobering look from The Skit Guys at what we often look like when we bow down to our own idols.
This tribute to one of Eddie’s best friends, helps us see that we are all broken people in need of God’s love and salvation. In this skit, Dennis is a special teenager who experiences God’s love through a girl named Stacy. There is also a Live Dennis An Original Masterpiece video available.
A busy wife and mom gets a reality check during the holidays when God
suddenly sends a very special new friend into her life.
This script by Tommy Woodard is a humorous look at a woman who is fed up with the lack of “thanks” and “giving” coming from her family during the holidays. In the end, she is reminded that we should be thankful and giving because of Christ.
You have two kids and it’s time to get on with life, right? Well, only if that’s what God has in mind. In this skit two friends talk over the nature of God’s plans while waiting on a pregnancy test.
Over the course of fifteen years, a woman in America and a man in Equador share their prayers in a diary. Through their writings we discover that God’s plan in the world is much larger than anything we could imagine.
This tribute to one of Eddie’s best friends, helps us see that we are all broken people in need of God’s love and salvation. In this skit, Dennis is a special teenager who experiences God’s love through a girl named Stacy.
Three people getting ready for school/work. One of them God’s perspective regarding her appearance and His acceptance of her. She receives the truth and is changed.
It’s one thing to know about someone, it’s a whole other thing to actually know someone. This goes for famous people, and most importantly, Jesus.
In this fast-paced culture, we can get impatient with our progress in out spiritual growth. Thankfully, God has a different perspective.