It’s easy to say thanks for the things we can see every day: food on our table, family and friends, the beauty all around us. But we often forget to thank God for the things we can’t see or touch, for not only the good things, but also the challenges we face in life, and for the great sacrifice that Jesus made for us. This mini movie reminds audiences to embrace a spirit of gratefulness.
How could anyone possibly know all the things moms do when we can’t see them? The Mom Fairy sees it all, and he helps to make sure that nothing goes unnoticed or unappreciated. Let this lighthearted Mother’s Day video encourage all the moms in your congregation.
Life is full of beautiful, wonderful moments, as well as moments that can cause our hearts and souls to ache. But whether we’re laughing or crying, God reminds us to give thanks in all things. This mini-movie will serve as a timely reminder for your congregation this Thanksgiving.
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.
Sometimes we wonder how moms do it. From dirty diapers, to cheering on the next Rembrandt…they seem to just see things differently. Our moms see us differently. Watch as two dads get a glimpse at the way moms view the world…and then realize that it goes way beyond what they see. Perfect for Mother’s Day.
What does it look like to be truly full? One family lets us in on their fullness at Thanksgiving dinner. Includes 4 endings for your church to choose from!
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?
In this humorous yet sentimental Thanksgiving video, we are reminded that no matter how messy our lives get, we should always be thankful for God’s goodness.
Thanksgiving is a time for family and for taking the time to count our blessings. But sometimes during the chaotic holiday, moms would just be thankful to get things back to normal.
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we see a father welcome home his son, who has thrown away his inheritance. This extended mini-movie is an inspirational retelling of their story, where we hear what may have been going on in the minds of the father and the son.
What makes a Dad cool? Is it the fact that he has a cool car? Or, the things that he does, like climbing up the side of a dangerous mountain? No, what makes a Dad cool is when he sacrifices the things that he wants to be the Dad that his kids need. That makes for the coolest Dad ever! Use this rock’n video on Father’s Day to encourage the Dads in your church. This video will work great when you recognize Dads on Father’s Day or right before a special message for Dads.
Dads come in all shapes, sizes, talents and qualities. But the one thing they have in common is they were created by God. Each one unique, each one made with a purpose and each one built to be a Dad. Take a humorous look at eclectic world of Fatherhood with “Build-A-Dad”!
This hilarious Father’s Day mini-movie features fast cut phrases that (most) dads would never speak! Interacting with son, daughter and wife, these funny clips combine with upbeat music to create a very fun and entertaining video illustration to celebrate fathers everywhere. Closes with uplifting words, “We love you, dads, just the way God made you!”
Being a dad is no laughing matter. But these dads might beg to differ. Wish the dads in your church a happy Fathers Day with this humorous mini movie.
Mothers love posting pictures of their children to Social Media sites. These posts remind us that being a mother is one of the most difficult and rewarding jobs on the planet. While being a mother can be very tiring and messy at times, it is also a calling given by God to raise up children in the likeness of the Lord. This Mother’s Day, let the Moms in your church know how much you appreciate everything that they do. Use this fun and touching video to honor and celebrate moms on Mother’s Day!
Around the world there are hundreds of ways to say “Mom”. Countless spellings and pronunciations. But there is one way that is universal, one word that says “Mom” more than any other. That word is “LOVE”! How do you say Mom?
This Mother’s Day, celebrate Mom for all she is and let her know how honored and cherished she truly is. Today, we give thanks to God for our Mom!
Carrie and Melinda are here to give the guys the 411 on not just how to survive Valentine’s Day, but win Valentine’s Day. Like a boss.
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.
Ever stop to think about the demands we place on our pastors? If we were to list them like a job description, even the most enthusiastic candidates would be wary! This video is a funny and touching recognition of these incredible people who do their best to point us toward Jesus- and a whole lot more! Perfect for Pastor Appreciation Month.
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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.
Dads are our heroes. They’re brave when we’re scared, strong when we’re weak, wise when we don’t know and gracious when we let them down. Today, take a moment to celebrate Fathers, not only for their hand in our lives, but for being a wonderful gift from God.
A message to all the moms on Mother’s Day - letting them know that the most important gift isn’t the one they receive today, it’s the one they give!
As moms, some days it’s easy to give in to the voices that tell us we’re doing this parent thing all wrong. But sometimes the best advice comes from our biggest fans. Watch “Mom Therapy” from the Skitzy Chicks!
Every mom is unique and beautiful, because God made it that way. Help moms everywhere feel the truth of their own uniqueness and beauty, as they allow that truth to pour over them.
This energetic (and funny) Mother’s Day mini-movie was created in the style of an epic action movie trailer complete with professional voiceover and bold 3D titles. It demonstrates her amazing powers, along with hilarious but awesome slow-motion shots of sandwich making, laundry, cheering, and blowtorch candle lighting. She is amazing – she… is… Mom!
There is nothing quite like a Mother’s love. It’s a love that is undeniable, unstoppable and unending. It’s a love which cannot be measured or weighed. It shows its heart with a touch, its wisdom with a word and it care with a smile. This Mother’s Day, celebrate the love of a Mom!
Mothers are wonderful, but not by accident. They protect, comfort, guide, discipline, and love in the same way that God cares for each of His children. By His design, we can the beauty of God through the beauty of a mother. This Mother’s Day, celebrate and honor the moms in your congregation. This inspirational Mother’s Day mini-movie will encourage the amazing women in your church.
Our mother’s hands are always there. They hold us, comfort us, guide us and show us love. They’re there for big and small moments. They hold us up and pick us up when we fall. Our Mother’s hands are a gift from God. Through them, we can feel the love God has for us.
Mother’s Day is a day honor all Moms. It’s a day to support Single Moms, encourage Adoptive Moms, be grateful for Foster Moms and comfort Moms who have lost a child. Not all Mothers travel the same road, but they are each loved by God and loved by those whose lives they have touched.
Take a moment to celebrate someone who has loved you through everything. A woman who has never given up on you and has shown you how to live for Jesus. Someone you’d be completely clueless without…It’s time to say thanks to our awesome, stupendous, fabulous, amazing Moms!
Our moms take care of us. Our moms encourage us. Our moms comfort us. “Mom!” is a humorous and heartfelt attempt to express our gratitude and love for the woman who gave so much of herself.
There are just three things that you need to survive after you graduate. And it’s not pizza, money or a good job…
As moms, we may think that we aren’t creating enough special moments for our families. But the small moments can stick with them more than we know.
From the stress of choosing just the right gift to the fireworks that wake your sleeping baby at midnight, we all agree: Holidays can be complicated. That’s why we love the simplicity of Thanksgiving- just a day to enjoy the presence of others, eat delicious food, and give thanks to the One from whom all blessings flow.
“What if we said thank you for what we’d miss the most? For what we’d give first to those who live without?” This brief Thanksgiving video uses humor and warmth to remind us to give thanks for the gifts others in the world don’t take for granted.
Watch as Richard and Pete’s Christian Bubble Wrap keeps them from talking about what’s really happening in their lives.
Fathers pour and invest and sacrifice. And when they do so, they reflect a God who invites us to call Him “Father”.
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.
Fatherhood is more than a responsibility; it leaves a legacy. With key passages of Scripture, this video shows not only what the Word of God has to say to fathers, but also what the spirit, temperament, and fruits of good fatherhood look like.
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.
Graduation is such a proud time for parents, but it’s also a bittersweet milestone. Did I prepare them for life? Will they follow their faith and not follow the crowd? In this video, the Skitzy Chicks share a prayer for our graduates as they head out into the world.
Using Exodus 20, John 19:26-27 and Proverbs 31:31, this Mother’s Day mini-movie shows the importance God places on honoring our moms. From the Ten Commandments to Jesus’ last moments on the cross, this illustration is a perfect call to action for your congregation this Mother’s Day. Updated for 2015!
Moms know all the important stuff like how to build a fort in the living room, the best milk to cereal ratio and whether or not a trip to the emergency room is needed versus “just walking it off”. As we get older, this never changes. Watch this video by the Skitzy Chicks about a boy, a bear and a bound-and-determined mom who saves the day. Perfect for Mother’s Day or Women’s Event.
Meet Christmas Chaos, the force behind all the decorations, busy schedules, and all-out insanity that so quickly deflates the Christmas season.
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.
Use this fun and upbeat video to promote your Fall Festival, Harvest Celebration, or Halloween alternative. Its contemporary autumn design will help you grab the attention of children and young families. Encourage your members to invite their friends and family to your church’s Fall Festival Event.
Carrie and Melinda reflect on the bittersweet feelings of sending your kids back to school. But sometimes, those special times with our families over the summer months aren’t as perfect as we plan them to be.