Are you grateful for your freedom? Then, today and always, we should thank our veterans. For Veterans Day, use this video to honor these brave men and women for their service and sacrifice. They put their very lives on the line to keep us safe. They left loves ones and shed blood so that we could live free. We owe each of them such great appreciation. Set aside a time during your worship service to let the veterans in your church know how thankful you are for their service.
We were created to be instruments of praise, built to bring glory to God, formed in His image. Although we are all unique, we were all made to worship!
To many Americans, Memorial Day is the official kick-off of Summer. Others think that it’s a special day because it’s a day off from work. Use this powerful Memorial Day Mini-Movie to remind your church that it’s a day created for remembering the amazing men and women who gave their very lives to protect our freedom. Let us express our thanks to God for the sacrifice of these brave soldiers, and for the freedom they fought and fell to preserve. John 15:13 states, “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” On the Sunday before Memorial Day, honor and remember their great sacrifice.
To commemorate Memorial Day, honor those who have given their lives, and the loved ones left behind, with this beautiful prayer.
America was built on the lives of heroes. Men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Americans, whose courage shaped a nation. Today we honor those who gave all they had and became the very definition of a hero.
Our moms give of themselves every day. This mini movie is a simple acknowledgement of their sacrifice and expression of our love for them.
There are no words to describe our gratitude. When someone risks their life, “thank you” just doesn’t seem like enough. Today we honor our heroes, the brave men and women who have fought for our freedom and protected our nation. They are the best of America. Today we stand with our veterans.
This mini-movie honors the sacrifices of our military veterans for their service to this nation. We ask God to give comfort and peace to all who have served and also to stir up a passion for peace in the hearts of leaders of every nation.
This Veterans Day, honor our country’s finest for their service and sacrifice. These brave men and women put aside self, faced incredible danger, and endured loss to protect our freedom. These heroes, we call veterans, have shown amazing courage and commitment. They risked all for this great land. Show appreciation to the veterans in you congregation this Veterans Day.
Set to Taps, this video helps us reflect on the service men and women who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
At the center of a life lived for Jesus, is an attitude of surrender. An authentic desire to abandon everything for the sake of His glory.
Those serving in our armed forces deserve honor and recognition. The Purple Heart is given to those who are injured in the line of duty and also, those who pay the ultimate price – their lives. This video is a great way to honor the service men and women who have died while serving our country.
Inviting people to Easter Service is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Don Calzone makes someone an offer they can’t refuse.
Tommy and Eddie “encourage” your church to clear out after your service is over.
Sacrifice or Selfies. Watch as a grandfather teaches his grandson what Memorial Day is all about.
God calls us to remember and honor those who have fought for our freedom. This emotional and powerful animated mini-movie does just that by following the lifetime of a war veteran. Wordless, but with a gripping score, this piece will remind your congregation of the sacrifices our veterans
have made while truly honoring their heroism.
While you sleep, they are on the front lines. And today it’s your turn to show your gratitude and appreciation for the service of those in uniform. Remember to thank a service member this Veterans Day.
A prayer to God to bless, heal, and give peace to our nation’s veterans. Featuring historical military footage, use this mini-movie during your Veterans Day service or event to honor and thank the men and women at your church who have served in the armed forces.
As the church we are called to mourn with those who mourn. This memorial day we remember the soldiers who have fallen in service to our country.
A moving retelling of the first Easter morning from Matthew 28:5-9. Works great as an intro to your Easter worship service or sunrise service.
Do you consider yourself a humble servant? Check out three people who think one-upping each other is the way to go.
God calls us to be people of action. Our mouths might agree, but we quickly get cozy in our comfort zones, too afraid to reach outside and do something that might be a little uncomfortable or out of the norm.
A veteran remembers his fellow soldiers and the sacrifice they made in protecting freedom. Use this video to help with any occasion geared towards remembering American troops.
Memorial Day is a day of remembrance. As a nation we are called to reflect on the ultimate sacrifice that we ask of our men and women serving in uniform. In this tribute to those who have fallen in service, we’re called to remember that each one served on our behalf and each one is connected to us.
It’s Christmastime, and Jim and Joweena Sanders have recruited some help to round up the neighbors for Christmas Eve services at their church. Laughs abound as the Skit Guys team up with the Skitzy Chicks in this hilarious Christmas video!
Jesus said to “love your neighbor” and Jim and Joweena Sanders just want to follow in Jesus’ footsteps. Their idea of servanthood may not be what Jesus had in mind. Can we say restraining order?
When you get near the end of your life will you regret all the things you never did? In this skit, “Bill” and “Charlie” look back over their lives with two different perspectives. It’s never too late to do something to make the world a better place. Which one will your life be more like?
Youth ministers, remember when you graduated from college or seminary all bright-eyed and full of wonder? You were ready to change the world, one kid at a time! Then reality sinks in and you realize that youth ministry can be a daily uphill battle. Tommy and Eddie provide you with some hysterical situations that most of you may have found yourselves in the middle of at one time or another.