As much as we talk about and consider love, we rarely get it right. But God does, in every way. Watch this powerful tribute to God’s perfect love.
What do you believe about Easter? About God? About Christ? Watch as this stirring video combines spoken word and an artful depiction to articulate what we believe and what that means. Start your Easter service or sermon with this powerful and moving message.
Jesus lived a short life, but in that time, he did so much. Perhaps even more than his accomplishments though, what is so profound is his unique ability to be everything we needed and be everything that no one else could. Based on a sermon by Sam Storms (www.samstorms.com).
In this scene the Skit Guys portray a powerful conversation between Jesus and Peter which shows us the amazing Grace of God.
In 1st Corinthians 13, Scripture makes a powerful statement about love. Within these verses we learn about the true nature of love the way God created it to be. We learn of its strength and faithfulness…it’s grace and compassion. We learn love, in its purest form, protects, trusts, hopes and perseveres. Love never fails!
By sending His only Son into the world, God showed us the ultimate example of love. A love without hesitation, A love which knows no bounds. A love that changed the world. Do you love the way God does?
Love is a life changer. It can mend the broken hearted, comfort the needy, reach the discarded and change eternity. Love is God defined…the manifestation of His character. Love is what God has called us to be. This is love.
When it comes to getting into heaven, it’s not what you’ve done, it’s who you know. This humorous mini movie shines a tongue-in-cheek light on the human tendency to rely on one’s own good deeds for justification, rather than the work of Jesus.
Everywhere we go, we are surrounded by people. People who were created by God. People made with a purpose. People made in the image of our Heavenly Father. Yet most of them don’t know Jesus. We walk through life with this wonderful gift of Salvation, but do we share it with those around us? People matter to God. The question is, do they matter to you?
As we gather, let us remember the holiness of the Savior and the majesty of our Father in Heaven. Let us celebrate the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords, our Deliverer and Redeemer!
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.
The work of Jesus on the cross is something we should never forget. His suffering, His body and His blood were given for us. We were bought with a price, redeemed by love and set free from our sins.
Love is a powerful thing. Love can overcome an obstacle, walk alongside a friend or brighten someone’s day. Love can meet a need, mend a broken heart or even change the world. Most of all, because of the work of Jesus, love can change our eternity
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.
He was a Pharisee, but one that wanted to hear what Jesus had to say. Watch as Nicodemus retells the conversation with Christ that helped him focus on how less really could be more.
This powerful Christmas mini-movie reminds us that as we celebrate the baby Jesus, the manger, and the joy of this season, we should remember that Jesus did not remain a baby. He became our healer, our teacher, our sacrifice, and our salvation a profound reason to celebrate the birth of a child! Alternate spelling (saviour) is available.
Every last one of us needs God. This video reminds us that every hour of every day, we need God. We need his help, forgiveness and love. Watch as a variety of people wrestle with their needs and desires and ultimately rest in their need of God. Features the Matt Maher song, “Lord, I Need You” performed by Marcy Priest.
Those of us who follow Jesus should never forget the pain and suffering He experienced when he sacrificed His life for us. This two minute reminder is perfect for Good Friday, Communion, or other services that focus on the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus.
Just as Jesus called Peter, John, and Matthew to leave what they knew to follow him, he calls us to the same challenge. What do you need to leave behind to follow Jesus? Topics include: calling, discipleship, salvation, idols, commitment.
Zombies, Chalupa’s and Tombs…oh my! Journey with Tommy and Eddie as they imagine what it must’ve been like to watch Lazarus walk out of the tomb. Sometimes it takes death to remind us what “abundant life” is all about.
Jesus. The name conjures up a lot of images and ideas depending on your relationship with him. Watch as Jesus takes shape on the canvas of an artist and listen as the creed of our Savior is woven/spoken/declared across it all. Is Jesus your obsession?
We’ve all got ghosts from our past. Whether they’re self-inflicted wounds or pain imposed by others, we’ve all been there. Watch and listen as the Cross of Christ frees us to sing along with Big Daddy Weave that “I am Redeemed.”
Paul reminds us in Galatians 5:1 that Christ has set us free, but it’s very easy to fall back into slavery. This mini-movie, featuring the song “Beautiful Things” by Gungor, is a powerful reminder that we have been set free.
God has made us free. This freedom is an amazing gift and a great responsibility. Based on Galatians 5:13
The good news of the gospel is that we are no longer slaves to sin and death. Contains excerpts from the book “King’s Cross” by Timothy Keller.
God is most honored by us, when we are most satisfied in Him…when we ‘drink from the Spring’.
Easter comes around every year. If it’s such an exciting time, why do we fall into the rut of thinking it’s just the same old thing every time? Check out this video to find out.
Darrell returns in his own unique way to celebrate Easter and the meaning of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. Watch as Darrell tries to bring his family together to discuss the various traditions and truths about the season.
“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.
At some point in our lives we have to choose a side: with Jesus or apart from Jesus. Even Jesus says there will be a day when people—whom he compares to sheep and goats—will be separated and then headed to very different places for eternity.
So many times we play jury, judge and executioner in our lives and condemn ourselves to a life ridden with guilt. In this powerful video from The Skit Guys, we are reminded that as Christians we are free from the chains of sin.
If you were told that you had to jump out of a plane and were handed a parachute, would you take the parachute? In this thought-provoking video from The Skit Guys, Tommy makes the jump between our lives here on earth, the afterlife and the purpose of salvation.
When you stop to think about the things that you’re thankful for, are you thankful for the “stuff” in your life or for things that are more eternal? In this video, Eddie has a wake-up call and realizes that maybe he’s focusing too much on the wrong blessings.
Join Curt Cloninger for a short walk as he discusses Easter. Written to reach the typical, maybe even cynical Easter church goer, Curt challenges the viewer – if Christ didn’t really rise from the grave on Easter, then what are we doing sitting in church? But, if he did, then celebrate! Works wonderfully for an Easter pre-service video, or call to Easter worship.
See Tommy as Candace, a perky California teenage girl, who has got the wildest testimony to share with you. Sirrus!