Frank and his family have no problem asking their neighbor for help with a picture…but it never crossed Frank’s mind to invite him to their church’s Easter services. Watch this get uncomfortable really fast.
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.
Healthy churches grow larger and smaller at the same time. They grow larger (numerically) in corporate worship, but also smaller as members connect through small groups. It’s easy for new members to get “lost in the crowd” and feel disconnected, but God created us to do life together. Use this Small Group promo video to encourage your members to get involved in a small group, where they can grow together, pray together, and serve together. Use this small group video during your announcement time or as part of your sermon when you are preaching on the topics of small groups, spiritual growth, discipleship, Bible study, or community.
Want to inject a little laughter in your announcements? Tommy and Eddie are back with a new batch of funny set ups for church announcements. Whether you want help telling people to make room for more people, looking for volunteers, or just want to make sure people know they can use your church’s social media…The Skit Guys will have your congregation laughing. The pack contains 12 videos that you can use to spice up your church announcements.
Need people to move closer together to free up space for more people? Tommy and Eddie have got you covered!
Membership is more than just a check box, it helps your congregation understand why you do what you do. Tommy and Eddie debate why people need to attend church membership classes.
Recovery groups can help people that are dealing with hurts, habits and hangups, watch as Eddie puts out the call to your congregation.
Small Groups…they’re more than just donuts. Tommy and Eddie help people understand why they should get involved.
Everywhere you go there is a need. In our cities, our nation and our world. People are struggling, addicted, broken and lost. If Jesus is the hope of the world, then His church should act as His hands and feet. It’s time for the church to act on the hope we have. To meet people wherever they are and share the love of Jesus. It’s time to meet the need
An invitation for visitors and seekers alike. Our door is open. God’s door is open. Take a step in and… Belong.
Watch as Richard and Pete’s Christian Bubble Wrap keeps them from talking about what’s really happening in their lives.
There’s always a risk when we invite people to our church’s Easter services. But regardless of the process, the potential reward is worth it all. This year, use this humorous video as a part of your church’s strategy to build toward Easter.
Welcome newcomers to your church this Christmas season with this fun and upbeat mini-movie. A creative way to make guests feel comfortable and communicate who you are as a church and what you believe. This is the Christmas version of the mini-movie “Welcome to Church”.
“With You (I Feel Again)” reflects on how easy it is to be lonely in a crowd. Set to the platinum hit single, “Feel Again” by One Republic (used by permission), the story follows an emotionally numb teen who discovers friendship and community in a surprising setting.
This brief, text-driven mini movie asks and answers two simple questions: What would the church be without Easter? And what are we because of Easter? Appropriate for a starter or for use any time during the Easter season.
After inviting friends to church for Easter, it’s natural to relax in the success of our seasonal outreach. Let this After Easter invite video help encourage your congregation to not let the conversation - and invitation - end.
Don’t live in isolation. Get out of the cold and into a small group. Use this video to help promote small groups during your church
service so that people can connect with others and experience the warmth that fellowship has to offer.
Community groups are an important part of every church in helping develop fully devoted followers of Christ. Johnny and Chachi return to offer invaluable “advice” on how to experience community at its finest.
The Get in Here Ministries duo of Johnny and Chachi unite again to teach the value of teamwork through an interesting melody. Sit back and enjoy the value of teamwork communicated in a most unusual manner. While we would never look to them for hairstyle advice, Johnny and Chachi make a good point about teamwork. A team working together can accomplish far more than even the most dedicated individual.