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.
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.
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.
Fred and Shashawna are back to remind you that Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Don’t let Rose Grosencrantz make you look bad. Remind your church to get out there and do something special for mothers!
There are so many small parts to a Mother’s life that it can seem ordinary, but there is nothing ordinary about the role of “Mother.” This will connect with and empower every mom to remain strong. Text from a blog post by Lisa-Jo Baker who believes motherhood should come with its own super hero cape and blogs about it at lisajobaker.com.
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.
A young dad continues a tradition with his kids that his father passed on to him.
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!
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.
Dads teach us many things ranging from the simple things like how to hammer a nail, to the deeply spiritual matters like how to study the Bible. However we turn out, the legacy he leaves with us will last forever.
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.)
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.