In this scene the Skit Guys portray a powerful conversation between Jesus and Peter which shows us the amazing Grace of God.
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.
Colors have been used to explain the Gospel before, but not like this. The Gospel Colors is a simple look at what the Gospel is and what it means for us who have heard it.
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.
Mankind is broken due to the effects of sin. In this video curriculum lesson, students will understand the destructive nature of sin, knowing that sin is more than bad choices or mistakes, but a brokenness that cannot be escaped. This lesson includes a video, student handout, leader’s guide, and a parent guide.
What would it look like to use fire to represent the blood of Christ cleansing us of sin? Use this mini movie any time you need to convey the beauty and power of the Gospel.
This powerful short film is designed for Lent & Ash Wednesday, featuring drifting ash and distressed textures. The text describes our broken condition, striving against sin, fear, and insecurity. It points to Christ who spent time fasting in the desert, and suggests that this act of sacrifice can heal us in seasons of struggle. In the end, our brokenness shatters revealing gold, forged by the power of God.
Lent is a time of reflection and repentance. A time to confess our sins and ask God to forgive us, purify us and refine us. It’s a time to remember all Jesus has done and all He endured to bring us 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.
At Celebrate Recovery, you don’t need a disguise. You don’t need a wig or a new coat of paint. You just need to come as you are. Watch as Tommy and Eddie perform a sketch talking about this very idea.
With powerful music and contemporary graphics, this mini-movie tells the story of Good Friday. We are moved to worship, as we remember that Jesus endured incredible suffering and death on the cross as the punishment for our sin. This video will make a great opening or worship intro for your Good Friday Services or for a message on the passion (or sufferings) of Christ. Let the story of Good Friday inspire your congregation to worship Jesus.
Diverse individuals are shown with matching text speaking of excitement, sin, brokenness, and confusion, followed by the message “I am with you.” This mini-movie with uplifting music culminates in a reminder that in our joy and happiness, even in our struggles and sin, in every moment for all eternity, God is with us, always.
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.
Roy may only be a NEWCOMER at his Celebrate Recovery group, but he has already picked up on all their lingo. Watch as Roy gives his two cents on what Celebrate Recovery could do better, and listen as he describes his thankfulness for the group.
Sometimes we believe that God just tolerates us because of all the “yuck” in our hearts. In this video, Tommy and Eddie take a look at David’s honest prayer to God about the transformation of our hearts and lives.
We are commanded to confess our sins to one another. But how often do we actually do it? This poem challenges the church to become a confessing church so that it may kill sin, judgmentalism, and elitism. Do you have a confession to make?
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’s presence appeared to Moses as a firey bush as well as an earthquake. To Job God came as a powerful whirlwind. The reaction to God’s presence was always one of fear but when Jesus came all of that changed. God was now approachable and personal and because of His saving work we can now enter bodly into God’s presence.
A powerful mini-movie based on 2 Corinthians 5:17.
All scars tell a story. The amazing story of the Gospel is that Jesus also has scars, but unlike our stories, His scars tell a beatiful story of love and forgiveness.
A portrait of sin, grace, and forgiveness unlike any other. It’s easy to see our sin as the thing separating us from God but what if our sin is actually where God wants to meet, forgive, and redeem us? This video shows us that there is enough grace for all of us.
An inventive introduction to the topic of sex that transitions perfectly into a sermon or discussion.
The Skit Guys take an in-depth look at each of the 10 Commandments and how they apply to our lives today…and to the lives of velociraptors.
We’ve all got it and it’s really hard to let it go. When it feels like you’re dealt one blow after another and become weighed down with too much baggage, can you let go and let God take control?
“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.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward. See what happens when Tommy throws on a wig and offers Eddie an apple!
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.
Are you hiding something? Most of us are. Imagine the freedom if we chose to get rid of all the secret sins in our lives. In this parody , “To Catch a Double Dipper”, Jim finds himself backed into a corner as he’s confronted about his secret habit.