Dads do so much in our lives. They show up, listen up, and lift us up. For everything that dads do, we want to say, “Thank you!” Use this heartfelt mini-movie to acknowledge and thank the dads in your church.
If all the bad ties in the world were laid end-to-end, we still wouldn’t be able to show how wide our love is for fathers. This Father’s Day, remind dads in your congregation that they are the glory of their children. #DadsAreAwesome.
So what’s the best legacy a dad can leave? A long shadow. Being someone his kids want to be like. Watch as the idea of legacy is communicated throughout multiple generations.
Teaching your teenager to drive, giving your kid’s pet fish a funeral, explaining the birds and the bees, playing catch––fatherhood isn’t something that happens all at once. It’s a day in day out choice to show up for your kids. So…how much time you got?
From birth to graduation, our first steps to their first grandchildren. Mothers are there for us. Feeding, cheering, laughing, consoling, and through it all––loving us. Peek into this incredible relationship as one son realizes what a gift he has been given.
Today, we say “Thank You” to our Dads. They’ve picked us up, when we’ve fallen. Held us when we were scared and loved us, even when we let them down. Most of all, we thank them for being an example and showing us Jesus in their lives. Happy Father’s Day Dads!
New! Pushing My Buttons
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.
There’s more to being a dad than mini vans, socks with sandals, and bad jokes. Use this mini movie to encourage the dads striving to be the best dad they can be, and to challenge them to keep up the good work.
Today, we thank God for our Mom! We celebrate her love, her patience and her caring. We honor her for loving God and loving us. Happy Mother’s Day!
The Bible has a lot to say about Moms. Their wisdom should not be ignored, their hard work and compassion should be revered. Moms should be respected, cared for and loved. This Mother’s Day, let’s take a moment to honor Moms and celebrate the great gift God has given us.
Sometimes in order for us to get the message, it takes a very vivid object lesson. In this mini-movie, a dad’s secret brownie recipe demonstrates to his son that while everything is permissible, not everything is beneficial.
When we send our children out the door and into their schools, they’re beyond our reach. We have to trust that they’ll make good choices, thrive, and reflect Jesus. Let this mini-movie lead parents in a prayer for their kids as a new school year begins.
It’s easy to think that being a father comes down to the big moments, but it’s the everyday choices we make that define fatherhood. Your purchase includes an alternate version without the “Happy Father’s Day” text at the end.
Dads come in all shapes, sizes, talents and qualities. But the one thing they have in common is they were created by God. Each one unique, each one made with a purpose and each one built to be a Dad. Take a humorous look at eclectic world of Fatherhood with “Build-A-Dad”!
Around the world there are hundreds of ways to say “Mom”. Countless spellings and pronunciations. But there is one way that is universal, one word that says “Mom” more than any other. That word is “LOVE”! How do you say Mom?
This Mother’s Day, celebrate Mom for all she is and let her know how honored and cherished she truly is. Today, we give thanks to God for our Mom!
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.”
This Father’s Day, one man, will defy the odds. The yard will be epic. The BBQ succulent. The golf course conquered. He is awesome personified…He is Dad!
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.
Dads have refined the art of making threats they never intend to keep. But what if they did? This hilarious look at what happens when a dad keeps his word will encourage your community to appreciate the funny, the tense, and the touching moments in a dad’s life.
Dads are our heroes. They’re brave when we’re scared, strong when we’re weak, wise when we don’t know and gracious when we let them down. Today, take a moment to celebrate Fathers, not only for their hand in our lives, but for being a wonderful gift from God.
As moms, some days it’s easy to give in to the voices that tell us we’re doing this parent thing all wrong. But sometimes the best advice comes from our biggest fans. Watch “Mom Therapy” from the Skitzy Chicks!
There is nothing quite like a Mother’s love. It’s a love that is undeniable, unstoppable and unending. It’s a love which cannot be measured or weighed. It shows its heart with a touch, its wisdom with a word and it care with a smile. This Mother’s Day, celebrate the love of a Mom!
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.
Our mother’s hands are always there. They hold us, comfort us, guide us and show us love. They’re there for big and small moments. They hold us up and pick us up when we fall. Our Mother’s hands are a gift from God. Through them, we can feel the love God has for us.
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!
Controlled by fear and worry, our minds often race to the worst-case scenario in any circumstance. However, God wants us to trust Him with our tomorrows, and realize that He is faithful to walk with us through whatever may come (Matthew 6:34).
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.
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.
Moms know all the important stuff like how to build a fort in the living room, the best milk to cereal ratio and whether or not a trip to the emergency room is needed versus “just walking it off”. As we get older, this never changes. Watch this video by the Skitzy Chicks about a boy, a bear and a bound-and-determined mom who saves the day. Perfect for Mother’s Day or Women’s Event.
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.
A Father’s Day mini-movie by Shift Worship.
Flowing light and pastel colors are perfect for song lyrics or announcements. This motion is a compliment to the film Why We Celebrate Fathers from Steelehouse Media.
Recognize, honor and challenge the fathers in your congregation with this collection of inspiring quotes and music on this Father’s Day.
Crayon drawings animate these real-life responses from boys and girls as they talk about their fathers. Both entertaining and emotional, this video is sure to be a very special addition to your Father’s Day service.
Fatherhood isn’t just the things dads do. It’s a vital institution of values, temperaments, and convictions that guide a man as he raises his children. Let this video honor those men in your congregation who embody this institution with their very lives.
It’s Father’s Day, a day we celebrate everything our fathers have done for us. And most of all, a day to praise God. Because a celebration of fathers is ultimately a celebration of the Heavenly Father who created them
A Father’s Day mini movie from Shift Worship! Thanking Dad for the things he’s taught me.
Remember when your kids wanted to be just like you? It’s not enough to tell them they should stay on the right path. They’re going to follow you. Where are you leading them?
A new Mother’s Day movie from Shift Worship! Thanking Mom for the things she’s taught me.
Thanks moms, for always seeing our masterpieces, exactly as we meant them to turn out. Happy Mother’s Day!
From kissing scrapes, to teaching us to dream, our moms do a lot. And when we examine the many reasons we are thankful for her, we realize that she is more than just “mom.” Use this video during your worship service to honor and bless the mothers in the room by saying “Thank you, Mom” this Mother’s Day.
A daughter reaches out to her father about an uncomfortable yet important topic but she finds him unprepared to talk about it. Watch as they struggle through a conversation about sex and its consequences. Use this video as an opener to discuss the unexpected.
Looking for a way to get parents talking? With humor and poignant insight, the Skit Guys open the hearts and minds of parents in this ice-breaker video. The video works great in small groups, parenting classes, seminars or any other parent gathering.
A young dad continues a tradition with his kids that his father passed on to him.
After all we put our moms through, shouldn’t Mother’s Day be called “I’m Sorry Day”?
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.