All of us have a tendency to take for granted the small things in life. We focus on the things we want instead of the incredible ways that God has blessed us. Which is why Thanksgiving has become a holiday celebrating gluttony, instead of a holiday celebrating God’s goodness and blessings. In this mini-movie, we see people who are thankful, in spite of very difficult situations. And, we are reminded of what Thanksgiving is all about. This powerful mini-movie works great during your Thanksgiving service or the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving.
With contemporary music and graphics, this mini-movie will inspire your congregation to worship God with Thanksgiving. God has done so much, and we have so many reasons to be thankful. This Thanksgiving, remind your church of all the amazing ways that the Lord has blessed us. Celebrate God’s power, goodness, and grace this Thanksgiving! Use this contemporary video for your Thanksgiving service or in the days leading to Thanksgiving.
Watch as The Skit Guys tell the story of Joseph and his multi-colored coat, and how he was used by God to demonstrate His mercy and forgiveness.
Who are you? When you strip away the titles that describe you…Son, Daughter, Father, Mother, Student, Teenager, Adult…when all those titles fall who are you? Watch as a few characters struggle to define themselves.
Sometimes we believe that God just tolerates us because of all the “yuck” in our hearts. In this video, Tommy and Eddie take a look at David’s honest prayer to God about the transformation of our hearts and lives.
When God chisels the dead weight out of our lives it can be quite painful. In this new high quality, remastered version of their most requested skit, Tommy and Eddie give a very creative look at a typical believer having to go through the process of discipline.
The writer of Ephesians says “For we are God’s workmanship” (Eph. 2:10). Elsewhere we’re described as a “poem.” God views us as being his original masterpiece.
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The name of God is tossed around so loosely these days, it’s hard to know whether He’s truly respected. If you’ve ever wondered about the holiness of His name, take a look at this movie.
It’s been said that character is who you are when no one is looking. Here’s a good reality check in this video from The Skit Guys.
Are you hiding something? Most of us are. Imagine the freedom if we chose to get rid of all the secret sins in our lives. In this parody , “To Catch a Double Dipper”, Jim finds himself backed into a corner as he’s confronted about his secret habit.
There are many ways to protect yourself against identity theft – shredding documents, covering your tracks, or just don’t go online at all! But what about your spiritual identity? Unfortunately, it’s also pretty easy to lose. Watch this video to find out from Tommy of The Skit Guys how you can protect your identity in Christ.
Sometimes parents don’t set the best example for their children. In this hilarious video starring the Skit Guys, we see that actions speak a lot louder than words when it comes to parenting.
The Bible says that “love never fails”, but sometimes our attempt at letting someone know how much they are loved fails. In this video, Eddie expresses his love for his wife…to Tommy. Who needs to hear you say “I love you”?
How much time do we spend maintaining our outward appearance instead of working on our inward character? In the spirit of the “Mac vs. PC” commercials, this fun parody shows a well-meaning-but-misguided Christian getting schooled by “the world” in how God sees us.
How much time do we spend maintaining our outward appearance instead of working on our inward character? In the spirit of the “Mac vs. PC” commercials, this fun parody shows a well-meaning-but-misguided Christian getting schooled by “the world” in how God sees us. (Easter Version)
When God chisels the dead weight out of our lives it can be very painful. In one of their most requested skits, Tommy and Eddie give a very creative look at a typical believer having to go through the process of discipline.