God loved us so much, He sent His Son to die our death and carry our burden. Sin was defeated by grace, darkness was overcome by light and death was destroyed by life eternal.
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.
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.
The incredible grace of God is a gift we don’t deserve. Yet, because of the work of the cross, it is a gift given to us freely. In it we find forgiveness, mercy, redemption and love. Through grace, we have hope, new birth and eternal life. That is the power of grace.
We all know what happens to Jesus after the crowd chooses him for crucifixion. But rarely do we consider what happened to Barabbas. Watch this interpretation of what Barabbas must have been contending with.
What does it mean to be a Christian? The bible tells us in great detail. It means we are adopted as children of God. It means we are redeemed, delivered and set free from sin. It means grace has covered our lives and mercy has clothed our bodies. Often times, Christian are portrayed in a negative light. We’re viewed as judgmental or hypocritical. But, at the core of our identity, is a heart held in the hands of Jesus. We are saved, We are a new creation, We are Christians.
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.
A husband and wife discover the pain of giving and receiving mercy after an affair.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life.” This skit is a classic and moving illustration of God’s love for mankind.
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.
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.