Below is a list of videos and scripts that are perfect to include throughout a marriage conference weekend or seminar series. These videos and scripts are designed to be ice breakers, conversation starters or offer snippets of marriage life to reflect on. We hope you find this collection of marriage videos and skits helpful as you put together your conference or marriage seminar.
Marriage is complicated, yet beautifully simple. Use this movie to illustrate the value of holiness over happiness in this sacred union of souls.
Johnny and Chachi team up with special guest Gary Smalley to share some more killer marriage tips. From communication to finances, these guys are full of marriage advice sure to help any husband.
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.
A husband and wife discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy after an affair.
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.
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.
There are some real humdinger definitions of love out there and the Skit Guys have come up with a hilarious parody commercial that shows just how crazy love can be! How do you define love? Is it a dozen roses with a box of candy? Or dinner and a long walk on the beach? Maybe it’s something simple like your husband finally doing the dishes for once or your wife giving you an extra 15 minutes to finish that last level of Guitar Hero. Grab a copy of “Need Harmony” for your Valentine’s Day event today!
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.
An inventive introduction to the topic of sex that transitions perfectly into a sermon or discussion.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could order your spouse like you order a pizza?Characters: 1
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.Characters: 2
Veteran married couple, Jack and Jan, have dinner with newlyweds, Todd and Lauren, and good advice abounds.Characters: 4
A date night reveals that being connected to the outside world is killing their connection to each other.Characters: 2
A fun look at an awkward visit to a counselor reveals all the things that the couple has been filing away.Characters: 2
After getting his car stuck in a rut, a husband begins to realize that his marriage is also stuck in a rut…but some ruts are good ones.Characters: 2
Over a birthday dinner at a restaurant, a well-meaning wife gives her husband the unexpected gift of a session with communication counselors.Characters: 5
A husband and a wife, both speak directly to the audience, as to one person. They are both telling their side of the same story. This should have a fast-paced “Reader’s Theatre” (yet memorized) feel to it.Characters: 2
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.Characters: 1
A husband comes home to discover his wife, who has had an affair, about to leave. He challenges her to stay, to receive his forgiveness and love.Characters: 2
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”?Characters: 2
A married couple is about to take the next step in their journey to parenthood, but not without some apprehensions.Characters: 2
A marriage that is offered to God is taken back piece by pieces.Characters: 2-3
The conflict of mixed up marital expectations.Characters: 2
An old couple speaks of live, love, and lessons learned over the past 50 years.Characters: 2
A newlywed couple meets their church assigned jaded mentor couple for the first time.Characters: 4
A married couple humorously share the frustrations of marriage, while reminding the audience that marriage is holy and worth fighting for.Characters: 2
Samuel and Madison discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy.Characters: 2
A husband and father is trying his best to balance family and work, but he finds that work seems to be his priority and his family ends up suffering for it.Characters: 3
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.Characters: 2
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.Characters: 2
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.Characters: 7
Several men and one inept wife attend a class on romance hoping to be able to speak the language of love better, but we quickly learn that the teacher has her hands full.Characters: 5
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wifewhisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.Characters: 2