It’s Valentine’s, a time when we celebrate love. And most of all, a time to praise God. Because a celebration of love is ultimately a celebration of the One who is love.
What is love again? This simple, emotional video asks us to rethink that question by imaging life without it. Great for a sermon starter or for preceding a call to worship which includes a passage that describes true, biblical love (e.g., 1 Cor. 13:4-8). Also appropriate leading into teaching about Valentine’s Day or marriage and family life.
God doesn’t need us. He is not dependent on anyone or anything. But what is amazing is that he loves us, and wants to commune with us, and wants us to be a part of what he is doing. It’s his invitation, his initiative alone. Based on Acts 17:24, 25.
God loves you despite your past. God loves you wherever you go. God loves you right where you are. Great as intro to worship or to setup a sermon on God’s love.
This video is a great way to introduce a discussion about love, sex and waiting. In it, Tommy paves the way for a great talk by getting the giggles out of the way regardless of whether you’re leading a talk on Love, Sex and Dating, True Love Waits or doing the old plans and glands talk.
An inventive introduction to the topic of sex that transitions perfectly into a sermon or discussion.
All a wife really wants from her husband is love and support, and maybe a few less socks on the floor. In this funny video from the Skitzy Chicks, Carrie expresses her feelings while Melinda tells it like it is.
Johnny and Chachi team up with special guest Gary Smalley to share some more killer marriage tips. From communication to finances, these guys are full of marriage advice sure to help any husband.
Marriage is complicated, yet beautifully simple. Use this movie to illustrate the value of holiness over happiness in this sacred union of souls.
A son takes his inheritance and leaves his home and loving father only to discover that his idea of freedom isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Watch this retelling of the parable of the Prodigal Son.
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.)
If you’d rather be holding hands than holding out, then you needHarmony! In this eHarmony spoof, The Skit Guys show us how easy it is to compromise our standards without realizing that only the perfect relationship is with Christ.
This video is a reminder to get to know those around you better before you get too deep too soon.
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.
Take a walk with Tommy and Eddie, The Skit Guys, as they follow Jesus on His journey that ended with the ultimate sacrifice and a very personal invitation.
There are some real humdinger definitions of love out there and the Skit Guys have come up with a hilarious parody commercial that shows just how crazy love can be! How do you define love? Is it a dozen roses with a box of candy? Or dinner and a long walk on the beach? Maybe it’s something simple like your husband finally doing the dishes for once or your wife giving you an extra 15 minutes to finish that last level of Guitar Hero. Grab a copy of “Need Harmony” for your Valentine’s Day event today!
Proverbs 18:7 says, “Fools are undone by their big mouths; their souls are crushed by their words.” Watch as Tommy gets too deep too soon.
Billy, a confused and slightly neurotic 4 yr-old; Sheldon, a high schooler with trust issues; and Peter, the disciple of Jesus help to illustrate God’s amazing grace. No matter what we do there is nothing that can separate us from God’s love. Filmed at the National Youth Workers Convention, this is a new and updated version.
When God chisels the dead weight out of our lives it can be very painful. In one of their most requested skits, Tommy and Eddie give a very creative look at a typical believer having to go through the process of discipline.