The Skit Guys deliver a special Mother’s Day message, but Tommy gets a little carried away in song.
Our Pastors have answered a call few receive and carry a burden few can understand. Today, take a moment to honor your Pastor and give thanks to God for their leadership, faithfulness and love for His people.
Based on Colossians 3:23, use this upbeat mini-movie to honor all those who work diligently in their day to day lives, honoring God with their integrity, kindness, and commitment. Great for Labor Day.
Psalm 96 is a powerful call to all creation to worship God, to rejoice before Him and give Him the honor and glory He deserves.
This poignant short film features footage of rows upon rows of graves in a military cemetery, with voiceover about the sacrifices made by soldiers to protect those they love. Not specific to any one nation or holiday, this mini-movie can be used to honor veterans on any occasion (such as Memorial Day, Veteranís Day, Independence Day, Remembrance Day, etc).
We serve a beautiful Savior and a Holy Lord. A precious Redeemer who is worthy of our praise. Today, as we gather together, let us offer Him the praise He so richly deserves.
There are no words to describe our gratitude. When someone risks their life, “thank you” just doesn’t seem like enough. Today we honor our heroes, the brave men and women who have fought for our freedom and protected our nation. They are the best of America. Today we stand with our veterans.
This mini-movie honors the sacrifices of our military veterans for their service to this nation. We ask God to give comfort and peace to all who have served and also to stir up a passion for peace in the hearts of leaders of every nation.
This Veterans Day, honor our country’s finest for their service and sacrifice. These brave men and women put aside self, faced incredible danger, and endured loss to protect our freedom. These heroes, we call veterans, have shown amazing courage and commitment. They risked all for this great land. Show appreciation to the veterans in you congregation this Veterans Day.
As we gather together, we have a choice to make. Are we going to disconnect, or are we going to engage? Are we going to sing the songs or are we going to pour out our hearts to Jesus? Are we going to keep up appearances or are we going to truly seek after God? Are you going to go through the motions…or are you all in?
Due to popular demand, we’ve created a year-round version of our best-selling New Year’s video! This encouraging service opener reminds us that, no matter how things have gone so far, God always has new mercies and fresh starts. Great for seasons of new beginnings, such as back to school!
Also includes a version without text at the end.
There has never been and will never be a moment, when God is not worthy of our praise. Every moment, every day, every breath, every step should be lived as an offering of worship to the King of Kings!
On Memorial Day, we remember and honor those who sacrificed their very lives to secure our freedom. Serving with honor and integrity, they left home and loved ones behind to fight with strength and courage. This Memorial Day mini-movie reminds us also of the great sacrifice that Jesus gave for our freedom from sin. During your Memorial Day services this year, let us honor those who have fallen and shown us a love like His.
Use this powerful video on Memorial Day, Veterans Day, or Independence Day to honor the men and women who have selflessly defended our nation. It features a powerful message given by President Ronald Reagan during his first Inaugural Address on January 20, 1981. This video works great as a sermon introduction on the topics of sacrifice and freedom or as an illustration for special holidays such as Memorial Day, Independence Day (July 4), or Veterans Day.
Pastors have answered a call few people have ever received. A calling which requires a sacrifice few people have ever had to make. Take a moment and honor your Pastor for answering that call, for teaching and leading the church and for giving their life to serve God.
In an era when our Christian faith is increasingly under attack - both culturally and politically - it’s more important than ever to honor the soldiers who have fought to preserve our religious liberty. This video salutes all of those who have served - and died - to secure that most precious freedom.
Those serving in our armed forces deserve honor and recognition. The Purple Heart is given to those who are injured in the line of duty and also, those who pay the ultimate price – their lives. This video is a great way to honor the service men and women who have died while serving our country.
There’s nothing like becoming a parent to give you perspective and appreciation for all of your mom’s sacrifices through the years. “I’m Sorry, Mom” is a comical, yet heartfelt, apology and expression of gratitude that’s perfect for Mother’s Day.
Work and Rest have always been part of God’s plan. Watch this video for a quick biblical overview of how we can honor God with a strong work ethic and by resting well.
Let all the dads know how glad you are to see them this Father’s Day with a special welcome just for them. Based on Deuteronomy 6:5-7, this mini-movie is a great way to honor the fathers in your congregation and let them know just how important and special it is that they are being strong examples to all those around them.
They were family, friends, and neighbors. They were soldiers, and they laid down their lives for us. This mini-movie is great for your Memorial Day services and events, as a way to honor those who paid the ultimate price while defending freedom. Based on John 15:13.
A mother’s love is a beautiful picture of the unconditional love of God. This thoughtful prayer will honor mothers of all ages in your congregation - whether they are mothers biologically or through adoption. “A Prayer for Moms” will reaffirm how much they are appreciated and loved, all while lifting them up to the Lord together as one church family. (Includes a PDF of the prayer to print for handouts or bulletin inserts).
A whimsical adventure through the Ten Commandments.
After all we put our moms through, shouldn’t Mother’s Day be called “I’m Sorry Day”?
Joey, of Two Brother’s Auto Repair, is not necessarily a soft-hearted guy. But, he’s got a soft spot for his Ma, and he makes sure his little brother Charlie is planning to honor her for Mother’s Day. A funny Mother’s Day video, with no mush in it whatsoever.
She wiped your runny nose, cheered for your team, and cleaned up all your abandoned messes. She’s a nurse, a coach, a teacher, and a cook. She’s underappreciated and overworked. She’s your mom. Watch this video as Tommy gives Eddie a subtle reminder of why we celebrate Mother’s Day.