With an infinite number of superheroes in the world, one team rises above the rest: dads! To their kids, even the smallest things dads do can seem heroic and amazing. This Father’s Day mini movie reveals the power dads have to influence their kids’ lives.
Looking for something different this Father’s Day? This upbeat hip-hop rhyme will honor and encourage the Dads in your church. Being a Dad, it ain’t easy. From diaper changing, potty training, playing ball, catching falls… Dads are always there, and they care. Dads are providing, guiding, teaching right and wrong, coaching us along. But, Dads are the strongest when they’re looking to Heaven, praying, and trusting in their Heavenly Father. This Father’s Day, let the men in your church know how much they are appreciated. Happy Father’s Day.
It’s fair to say that most dads can relate to feeling like their kids are “pushing their buttons” on occasion… or maybe on a daily basis. This video teaches us how to appreciate the buttons, and, in doing so, reflect the nature of our loving, patient God. Perfect for Father’s Day.
This video is a telling of the Nativity story through the eyes of kids. There are a few facts that aren’t quite accurate, but it’s a fun, light-hearted way to open any Christmas-themed service.
Moms consistently pour their lives into their children. This video takes a humorous look at what those sacrifices might look like from a child’s perspective.
The story of Christ’s birth has been passed down from generation to generation. As time has passed, in efforts to relay the story to others, man has, perhaps, taken some creative license with the events of the Nativity. Though we are unsure of many elements surrounding Jesus’ birth, we do know this: Two thousand years ago, a Savior was born of a virgin in the town of Bethlehem. This video was inspired by a message from Todd Wagner, pastor of Watermark Church.
Put out the call for volunteers in your children’s ministry…do it for Pete’s sake!
Need some more people to help in your nursery? Eddie makes a guarantee that might get more people to sign up.
As the school year approaches, we need to take a moment to pray for our children. We need to ask God to watch over our children. To lead them, protect them and help them make right choices. We need to ask God to empower them to live out their faith and show them how to be an example of God’s great love.
God is changing the world through fathers who continue to pour their lives into their children. Inspire the dads in your church to keep dreaming of what could be.
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.
Help the dads in your audience reflect on where they’re spending your time. From sports to tea parties to flying kites, kids love spending quality time with their dads. In a time when schedules are king and we let ourselves get too busy, it’s important for us to remember that, for kids, things are just better with dads.
You can read every book and take every class, but nothing prepares you for motherhood like the school of life. From the joy of teaching children how to walk with Jesus to the stress of teaching a teenager to drive, every mom can look back and think of things she wishes she’d known. Your purchase also includes a version without “Happy Mother’s Day” at the end.
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.
As much as it may have annoyed us at the time, we are thankful that Dad was always looking out for our best interests. This video is a humorous nod to all the dads who, with the best of intentions, interject themselves into their kids lives.
In an attempt to show people how easy volunteering for V.B.S. can be, Tommy goes a bit overboard…though, his method acting Moses puppet might just win an award. But, just like Eddie says, volunteering for V.B.S. isn’t that hard and can make an eternal impact in kids lives.
V.B.S. is coming to churches all across the world. V.B.S can be a serious issue…please two minutes and do what you can. Remember to make sure your kids are involved this summer!
Grab this fun two video pack to promote V.B.S. in your church or community. One is an invite to get your church excited about V.B.S. and the others is a promo to recruit volunteers.
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.
In this popular test, several kids wrestle with waiting to eat a marshmallow in hopes of a bigger prize. This video is a good illustration of temptation and hope in future rewards. This experiment is based on many previous and similar scientific tests. Special thanks to Watermark Comunity Church for sharing their video with us.
Kids have many influences in their lives that often steer them off course from knowing Christ. Many of their responses to life’s situations will feel natural to them yet will leave them empty and alone. Dads, though, have a unique opportunity to model Christ’s example to their children even when no one else will.
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.
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.
Lately, it seems like some of us have been confusing Jesus with Santa. After all, they both have beards and several nicknames, and often, we get caught up hoping that they both bring us everything we want. However, this season let us remember that one of them comes to give us what we think we want; the other came to give us what we need.
Sunday morning announcements just got awesome. Let Tommy and Eddie help you get volunteers, turn off cell phones, greet people during your church services, and much more! The pack contains 12 videos that you can use to spice up your church announcements.
Volunteers in children’s ministry get all the good snacks. Watch as Tommy and Eddie put the call out for children’s ministry volunteers.
In this New Year’s Edition of the “Very Special” series, kids talk about their resolutions, dreams, God’s desire to change us, and why we should never give up. Their precious thoughts will bring laughter, encouragement, and inspiration to your church as you look to the New Year.
Crayon drawings come to life as the traditional story of Jesus’ birth is told by a very young storyteller.
Crayon drawings animate real-life responses from boys and girls as they talk about Christmas. Cute, emotional and meaningful, these innocent, heartfelt responses will bring joy to your congregation this Christmas season.
Christmas is one of the least challenging times to invite people to church. Use this sweet and heartwarming mini-movie to encourage your community to invite their friends and co-workers to church on Christmas.
Most of us can relate to a child’s anticipation on the night before Christmas, excited about the next morning’s gifts. In this mini movie, we relate that very sense of anticipation of wonderful gifts to come with the emotions that Mary must have felt the night before Jesus was born. The whole world looked forward to the gift of His arrival, and suddenly, He was here. Perfect for any Christmas service, especially Christmas Eve.
The first day of school can be bittersweet. It means freedom for mom, but it also means another year has come and gone. In this video, the Skitzy Chicks share a prayer for our kids as they head back to school.
Let Tommy and Eddie invite the kids in your church to Vacation Bible School…we F.I.N.K you’ll love it. Suitable for any church’s VBS offerings.
This Mother’s Day mini-movie is a fun and lighthearted look at motherhood, presented as a step-by-step guide.
Crayon drawings animate these real-life responses from boys and girls as they talk about their mothers. Both entertaining and emotional, this video is sure to be a very special addition to your Mother’s Day Service.
Are you looking for volunteers? Play this mini-movie to promote involvement or to just say thanks to the many that have already served.
Carrie address the need for families to redirect their focus toward the Christ centered mentality of Easter. However, Melinda still really likes to get into the commercialized aspects of Easter, like decorating and making models of the resurrection. This video portrays how we can worship and glorify God during the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, even if we do like dyeing our Easter eggs!
For some, Thanksgiving is a great time to relax, watch football, spend quality time with your family and be thankful for the blessings in your life. However, for Darrell and his family, Thanksgiving doesn’t quite have that relaxing and restful feel.
After all we put our moms through, shouldn’t Mother’s Day be called “I’m Sorry Day”?
As moms, all we want is to have happy and healthy kids who love and appreciate us. (And maybe a spa day and a little bling every now and then.)
Sometimes parents don’t set the best example for their children. In this hilarious video starring the Skit Guys, we see that actions speak a lot louder than words when it comes to parenting.
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.
Dad’s teach us a lot of important things- how to catch a ball, how to catch a fish, how to grab a cookie when mom’s not looking. In this funny Father’s
Day video Tommy and Eddie communicate the simple truth that there is nothing better than playing catch with your dad.