If all the bad ties in the world were laid end-to-end, we still wouldn’t be able to show how wide our love is for fathers. This Father’s Day, remind dads in your congregation that they are the glory of their children. #DadsAreAwesome.
So what’s the best legacy a dad can leave? A long shadow. Being someone his kids want to be like. Watch as the idea of legacy is communicated throughout multiple generations.
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?
Who do you think is the greatest TV Dad ever? What’s the best advice your Dad gave you? What makes a great super hero? Find out what Tommy and Eddie think about these and other Dad questions.
Encourage the Dads in your church this Father’s Day, by showing this fun mini-movie. The music was produced using the sounds from power tools, which create a manly and upbeat vibe for Fathers. Dads make such a huge difference in their children’s lives. They educate, get us into gear, and level us out. Honor the men in your congregation this Father’s Day.
This hilarious Father’s Day mini-movie features fast cut phrases that no dad would ever say (well, most dads). Accompanied by a fun soundtrack and a wide variety of situations with son, daughter and family, this video ends with the phrase “We Love You, Dads – Just the Way God Made You.”
Being a father is a balancing act. This video is a humorous nod to the dads who taught us, by example, that as tough as it gets, we should never stop.
Dads have refined the art of making threats they never intend to keep. But what if they did? This hilarious look at what happens when a dad keeps his word will encourage your community to appreciate the funny, the tense, and the touching moments in a dad’s life.
A message to all the dads on Father’s Day - letting them know that the most important gift isn’t the one they receive today, it’s the one they give.
Dad, papa, daddy, the old man… fathers have many different names. But, all dads appreciate a big ‘Thank You’ on Father’s Day. Use this animated Father’s Day mini-movie to remind dads just how important they are and to offer encouragement and inspiration. This video will make a great opening at the start of your church worship service or as a sermon intro at the beginning of your Father’s Day message. Bless and honor the men at your church this Father’s Day.
There’s nothing like becoming a parent to give you perspective and appreciation for all of your dad’s sacrifices through the years. “I’m Sorry, Dad” is a comical, yet heartfelt, apology and expression of gratitude that’s perfect for Father’s Day.
Let all the dads know how glad you are to see them this Father’s Day with a special welcome just for them. Based on Deuteronomy 6:5-7, this mini-movie is a great way to honor the fathers in your congregation and let them know just how important and special it is that they are being strong examples to all those around them.
One of the greatest honors a dad could know would be his kids describing him as a “Man of God”. Day in and day out, they’re watching their dads…and the little things matter as much as the big things. Watch as three men live out their faith with their families.
A father’s love is a profound picture of the unconditional love of God. This thoughtful prayer will honor fathers of all ages in your congregation - whether they are fathers biologically or through adoption. “A Prayer for Fathers” will reaffirm how much they are respected and loved, all while lifting them up to the Lord together as one church family.
A Father’s Day mini-movie by Shift Worship.
Crayon drawings animate these real-life responses from boys and girls as they talk about their fathers. Both entertaining and emotional, this video is sure to be a very special addition to your Father’s Day service.
From how to fix anything with duct tape to all the different ways you can poke your eye out, it seems like dads know everything. But most importantly, dads know that it’s not about what you know, but Who you know. Use this mini-movie on Father’s Day to honor the dads in your congregation. Spanish version of “Dads Know”.
From how to fix anything with duct tape to all the different ways you can poke your eye out, it seems like dads know everything. But most importantly, dads know that it’s not about what you know, but Who you know. Use this mini-movie on Father’s Day to honor the dads in your congregation.
Es Día del Padre, un día para celebrar todo lo que nuestros padres han hecho por nosotros. Pero sobre todo, un día para alabar a Dios. Porque la celebración a los padres al final es una celebración a nuestro Padre Celestial quien los creo. (Spanish Version of “It’s Father’s Day”)
It’s Father’s Day, a day we celebrate everything our fathers have done for us. And most of all, a day to praise God. Because a celebration of fathers is ultimately a celebration of the Heavenly Father who created them
A Father’s Day mini movie from Shift Worship! Thanking Dad for the things he’s taught me.
Remember when your kids wanted to be just like you? It’s not enough to tell them they should stay on the right path. They’re going to follow you. Where are you leading them?
It’s not always easy saying thanks to your Dad, but make the effort…it’s worth it.
There are so many ways fathers demonstrate their love for us. Johnny and Chachi have created this special song for Father’s Day to celebrate those dads.
A young dad continues a tradition with his kids that his father passed on to him.
Dads teach us many things ranging from the simple things like how to hammer a nail, to the deeply spiritual matters like how to study the Bible. However we turn out, the legacy he leaves with us will last forever.
Just like a loving father treasures small, simple moments with his son or daughter, so does the Heavenly Father with his children.
A son goes to his Father for wisdom about a difficult situation in his life.
Dad’s teach us a lot of important things- how to catch a ball, how to catch a fish, how to grab a cookie when mom’s not looking. In this funny Father’s
Day video Tommy and Eddie communicate the simple truth that there is nothing better than playing catch with your dad.