When Santa and his reindeer adorn countless rooftops and yards, the real meaning of the season can get lost. Watch as one Christmas-loving neighbor gets a lesson on the Star of Bethlehem, the Magi, and the Christ child.
The Call of Christmas series is more than just the story of Jesus’ arrival. Through the stories of Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds, we’re each given a call to prepare, a call to provide, a call to protect, and a call to praise. This series will help prepare your church for a celebration of the arrival of Jesus and can also be used as part of an Advent series.
It can be easy to get caught up in the Christmas season and miss out on the reason we celebrate. This video is a funny reminder that the baby born in the manger, is the same Jesus who ultimately died for our sins. He’s not just the reason for the season or the reason for cool bracelets. Jesus is worth celebrating all year.
This Christmas series is an amazing tool that will help prepare your church in celebration of our coming savior. Not only that, but if your church follows Advent, this series can complement each Sunday.
Watch as Tommy and Eddie give some pointers on how to light candles. Great to use in the weeks leading up to your Christmas Eve service. Includes two versions: a promo for Christmas Eve services, and one to use on Christmas Eve if you’d prefer.
We all have our Christmas traditions. Some are good, some…not so good. Watch as this cast of characters tells the meaning they find in Christmas, then watch as Tommy shares a true story about a powerful realization he had one Christmas.
Christmas gifts come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and styles. This Christmas, introduce your church family to five people who discover that the gifts of Christmas are really:
The Gift of Expectancy
The Gift of Grace
The Gift of Reconciliation
The Gift of Adoption
The Gift of Jesus
Each gift will help your congregation enter the Christmas season with hearts overflowing with the love of God.
This bundle of The Gifts of Christmas includes all 5 videos, sermon outlines, motion backgrounds and artwork.
It was a night that no one would forget. The night the Christ Child was born. Watch as we hear reflections on that night from Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth, The Inn Keeper, A Wiseman, A Shepherd. Each invited to take part in the birth of the world’s savior. Includes all 6 videos, 6 scripts, Sermon Guides, Artwork, Motion & Still backgrounds and a Countdown.
As a mother and son unpack the Christmas decorations they also unpack some less than happy memories involving the manger scene and some peanut butter covered fingers.
All of creation, all of God’s story, all of us, long for Christ’s coming. Watch this moving piece that illustrates how all of history culminates in the birth of Jesus.
The brothers Marley gather to celebrate Christmas and quickly learn ’tis truly better to have a giving heart than to give anything at all.
The Skit Guys help shed some light on the significance of the candlelight service. This video includes 4 different endings that can be used to promote or introduce your Candlelight service.
Eddie is trying to take down the Christmas lights from his house, but is that just a symbol of what he’s trying to do with Jesus?
A hilarious and heartwarming mockumentary that tells the story of an actor performing in a living nativity who takes his role way too seriously.
Do you ever feel that God is nowhere near and can’t understand your pain? Over 2000 years ago, Jesus, God’s Son, came into the world, not as royalty but as a baby born in a stable full of muck and animals. In this video Tommy reminds us with powerful imagery of the sacrifice that Jesus made by humbling himself to become one of us. It was a dirty job and he didn’t have to do it…but the world is changed because he did.
Looking for the perfect addition to your Christmas or Advent program? Tommy and Eddie have the perfect video for you! Get this new video of “The Innkeeper’s Dilemma”, which tells the story of Stuart, an innkeeper, and his quest to find meaning in his life. Along the way, he encounters a guest, a shepherd, and a wise man who help him see that God has provided purpose in the little baby that has been born in the stable. Stuart (Eddie James) tells the story of the strange night at the inn as he encounters the different characters (Tommy Woodard) that detail the biblical story of Christ’s birth.
The new Christmas series, What Child Is This?, from Skit Guys Studios, is based on the beautiful hymn and serves as an amazing tool to help your church prepare for Christmas. With 5 mini-movies, this series can complement Advent and lead your congregation into Christmas.
The package includes the mini-movies, along with the scripts in case your church would rather perform these scenes live. The mini-movies feature Mary, Joseph, The Shepherd, and The Wise Man as they recount their experience with the baby Jesus. An anthem video ties it all together as people wonder what it would’ve been like to have witnessed the arrival of a baby who would save the world. Each video examines the question, “What child is this?”
Included: 5 videos, 5 scripts, sermon helps, sermon slides, motion backgrounds, countdown video, artwork, music, how-to guide, and promotional materials (postcard, door hanger, poster, promotional video) for your church to utilize.
The word “nativity” comes from the Latin word meaning “to be born”, and truly the nativity is the birthplace of hope. With this beautifully fresh perspective that links the story of creation to the Christmas story, we are reminded that the good news began when God spoke and created, beginning the greatest love story of all time.
Based on the original poem by Placide Cappeau, this Christmas mini-movie features beautiful handmade artwork (by Joe Cavazos) coupled with a dramatic reading (by Rob Ricotta) of the words that inspired the famous carol. Powerful music (by Roary) compliments the piece. Includes a brilliant star, wise men, manger, the nativity, a call to worship, and ends with the line “His Power and Glory Evermore Proclaim.”
We were all lost in darkness and captive to sin. But, God had a plan called Christmas. He would send His Son, our Savior, into the world. Using a faithful young woman, who trusted God without question, in the most humble of circumstances. He was born to bring good news and give sight to the blind. He was born to die, so that we might be saved. And, because of His resurrection, we can all find salvation through Him by faith. Use this Worship Intro video during the Christmas season to encourage your church to worship Him in spirit and in truth. He is our Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. Give Him praise this Christmas!
In this video for Christmas morning we are reminded of the stories of Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds before we are introduced to the Christ child who would change the world forever. We’re reminded that we are each given a call to prepare, a call to provide, a call to protect, and a call to praise. Part of the series, The Call of Christmas.
Nobody would expect lowly shepherds to be some of the first to hear about the birth of the Messiah. But God’s angel comes to these men with good news, calling them to praise. They’re invited to be part of the story, reminding us that God calls us all to Himself.
The Man & The Birds is a fictional account of a man struggling with the Truth of Christmas who finds revelation in an unexpected place. Use it to shed light on the mystery of Christ’s incarnation.
Listen! Can you hear the angels singing? Glory to the Newborn King! This mini-movie paraphrases a well-known Christmas hymn and is great as an introduction to a time of worship for a Christmas service.
This Christmas mini-movie is perfect as a welcome or as an introduction to worship any time during the holiday season. It speaks of Christmas sacrifice in coming to Earth, His desire to be with us, and His amazing work, concluding with a call to respond in worship to His incredible love shown at Christmas. Features bold, clear text, energetic soundtrack, vibrant lens flare colors and falling snow. Created in the same style as the “Epic Text Worship Intro.”
Who would’ve thought that a dream could be reality? Joseph discovers the role he will play in the story of Emmanuel when an angel visits him in a dream with a call to protect. The Messiah is coming and Joseph gets to be part of this story—a story that is now a part of us.
When Mary was visited by the angel she found herself in God’s favor and overcome with so many emotions. As she is called to provide, see how Mary responds to the words of the angel—words that changed everything.
We can all relate to that “I have to tell someone!” feeling we get when we receive exciting news. Good News is not only an encouragement to invite others to experience the Christmas season with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.
The birth of our Savior changed everything. It introduced grace, changed our future and altered eternity. God reached down into the world and sent His Son to lead us back home. This Christmas we worship our Savior. We worship Our King. We worship our Messiah. This Christmas, we worship jesus!
As we prepare our hearts and souls for the arrival of the Christ child, we focus on the themes of Advent: hope, love, joy, peace, and Christ. These thought-provoking and beautiful videos will fit into your Advent services as sermon introductions or to provide a time of reflection during worship.
A time of worship in the temple turns to a life-altering event for Zechariah. Watch what happens when the angel, Gabriel, pays him a visit and he’s called to prepare. It’s the beginning of a story that changes the lives of every person who hears it.
Over 2000 years ago a light was given to us, but it was not meant only for us. It was a gift to be shared with the world. Using scripture from John 8:12 and Isaiah 9:2, this mini movie is designed specifically for your Christmas Eve service. A version without the voiceover is also available.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s more than family get togethers, presents under the tree and lights hanging on the house. Christmas is about God reaching down from Heaven. It’s about the birth of Jesus, our Savior. It’s about the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. Christmas is about grace and the promise of eternity. Simply put, Christmas is about Jesus.
This Christmas, celebrate the miracle of God coming to redeem us. He did not send an angel or prophet, but He came himself. After 400 years of silence, in the fullness of time, God came in flesh, born in the most humble of conditions. Create a worshipful atmosphere during Christmas by taking a fresh look at the nativity. This powerful Christmas mini-movie will make a great worship intro at the beginning of your Christmas services, or a moving opening to your sermon during the Christmas season.
Born with no fanfare, in the humblest of settings; and yet born to change the world forever. Celebrate the birth of Jesus with this service starter for your Christmas or Christmas Eve gatherings. Using scripture from Luke 1:31 and Luke 2:11, this mini-movie works great as a worship intro or sermon illustration for your December services.
This invite video includes two versions, one for the Christmas Season and one for Christmas Eve. Great video to remind your congregation to invite their friends, family and neighbors to church this Christmas season!
From seven different perspectives comes the story of one baby whose arrival would forever change the world. The Way in a Manger is perfect for connecting your congregation with the reality of the birth of Christ, as told by Simeon, Joseph, Herod, the Magi, the Innkeeper, Mary, and a Shepherd.
Three children in dire circumstances prepare for an honored guest. Set to the text of Isaiah 9, this mini movie encourages us to wonder anew at the strange and beautiful arrival of our Savior. A good fit for any Christmas service, especially Christmas Eve.
Having just heard from angels, three shepherds argue about who should get to go see the new Messiah and who should have to stay back and “sheep-sit”.
If we want our modern Christmas celebrations to make sense, we need to go back to the starting point. Take your congregation on the journey.
An innkeeper struggles with whether or not to turn away Mary and Joseph.
It came in the darkest of nights. Also available in Spanish.
He knew there was only room for one king. Watch as Herod meets with three wisemen and schemes to use their information to further secure his throne. Part of the “Our Coming Savior” Christmas series.
Using stylized illustrations and reflective music, this Christmas prayer asks God for strength to have the faith of Mary, joy to be astonished as the shepherds, humility to be as selfless as the wise men, and courage to walk the Savior’s path. An appropriate fit for any Christmas service.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s a time to stop and remember the amazing grace of God, the birth of The Messiah and the grace God has shown us through Him. This Christmas, may the world see Christmas for what it truly is…a celebration of our Savior, the only Son of God.
Mary and Joseph both have their eyes to the future, but about very different things. Watch as Mary struggles to tell Joseph about the future God has in store for their family. Part of the “Our Coming Savior” Christmas series.
When Zechariah finds himself unable to speak, Elizabeth has a hard time understanding how. But she has an even more difficult time understanding why and what it would come to mean for their family. Part of the “Our Coming Savior” Christmas series.
Now that Christmas is over, the work of Christmas begins. Jesus came to this world and gave us the perfect example of how we are to live our lives. Inspire your congregation to go into the world and reflect Jesus to those in need. Great for the Sunday after Christmas or any New Year’s service. Based on an excerpt from Howard Thurman’s book, The Mood of Christmas. Spanish version of “Now the Work of Christmas Begins”
A prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God for sending us the greatest gift of His Son Jesus Christ. Featuring holiday candles and a wintery soundtrack, this mini-movie can be used as an intro to open a Christmas Eve worship service, as a transition just before the sermon, or as a benediction to close the evening service.
This powerful Christmas mini-movie reminds us that as we celebrate the baby Jesus, the manger, and the joy of this season, we should remember that Jesus did not remain a baby. He became our healer, our teacher, our sacrifice, and our salvation a profound reason to celebrate the birth of a child! Alternate spelling (saviour) is available.