Technology is great … especially when you can see who’s ringing your doorbell while looking at your phone! It’s not so great when you’re at church on Easter Sunday and your neighbor (and everyone around you) realizes you didn’t invite him! Don’t let Easter get awkward! This is a funny reminder for churches to use leading up to Easter services.
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.
Do you ever feel like some people have the wrong attitude about church? Use this mini movie to add a little humor when talking about church identity, entitlement, or service.
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.
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 know. Daylight Saving Time can be confusing. But don’t take out your frustrations on the clocks. After all, we get an extra hour of sleep when we fall back! When you purchase this video, where Tommy brings Eddie to his senses, you’ll also get a bonus 60-second video filled with total clock destruction. Either one will be a great reminder for your congregation to take back that extra hour!
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.
Every purchase includes a version with a female pastor, in case that better suits your community.
When it comes to getting into heaven, it’s not what you’ve done, it’s who you know. This humorous mini movie shines a tongue-in-cheek light on the human tendency to rely on one’s own good deeds for justification, rather than the work of Jesus.
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.
Two guys putting the call out for your church’s women’s retreat…just watch and laugh.
In this episode, Jeff Nil teaches about forgiveness. When his brother Neil kills Jeff’s pet grasshoppers in an unfortunate accident Jeff demonstrates his forgiveness by challenging his brother to a game of Uncle. A hilarious meditation on Romans 12:10, and watch out for the PVC bowstaff. Includes video, teaching slide, discussion guides and games for youth groups.
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.”
If you follow this one rule…just one little rule…everyone will have a great camp experience. Let the Skit Guys lay down this rule with your group: great for camps, retreats, lock-ins, pretty much any time you want to have a great time with your group.
Encourage your community to exercise whatever means necessary to get their families to church on the Sunday when Daylight Savings Time begins. This humorous video will serve as a reminder to Spring Forward… so that you don’t have to be Scared Forward!
There’s nothing like becoming a parent to give you perspective and appreciation for all of your parent’s sacrifices through the years. “Parenting is Hard” is a comical, yet heartfelt, apology and expression of gratitude that’s perfect for messages on family and parenting, or to promote parenting small groups or workshops.
Inviting friends or neighbors to Church is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Floyd Gobbler demonstrates that he will Say Anything to extend an invitation.
Need help reminding people to turn off their cell phones? Watch as Tommy and Eddie talk people through the process of shutting off their phones (or taking selfies).
Ever had someone in your church fall asleep with their ringer on? Use this video to remind your congregation to silence their cell phones.
Watch as Dwight thinks he arrives on time at church, only to find out that he was an hour late. Don’t be like Dwight. Spring Forward! Includes 2 versions; 1 week out and/or one that you can show the day of.
Weddings are a joyful celebration of love. But it doesn’t take long for that joy to turn into the hard work of loving till death do us part. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any service on marriage and relationships.
As moms, all we want for Christmas is to create special memories for our families, but sometimes it’s easy to get carried away. In all of the splendor of the season, don’t forget to keep the focus on the reason why we celebrate in the first place.
This Mother’s Day mini-movie is a fun and lighthearted look at motherhood, presented as a step-by-step guide.
In this satirical video, a 20-something guy describes why his ideal Sunday School is Mrs. Evans’ first grade class. It fits his learning style, which is to avoid anything that’s too difficult or complicated or doesn’t come with snacks. A great tool for teachers or pastors looking for a fun illustration of spiritual complacency. Use laughter to challenge your audience to work harder at growing in Christ and understanding the Word.