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).
Take the “boring” out of your camp rules meeting with this Camp Rules video from The Skit Guys! It makes discipline fun (well, for you, anyway!) This video features many of your students favorite characters laying down the dos and don’ts for camp.
Ahh, church camp! Amazing worship, inspiring sermons, mediocre food and team building games. Oh who are we kidding? It’s all about finding that “special someone” who you’ll never see or speak to again after you get back on the bus to go home. But just in case you were wondering if it’s okay to express that eternal and undying love, here are The Skit Guys to lay down the ground rules.
The Skit Guys know how busy you are with your youth group, not to mention trying to find time to spend with your own family. Well, sit back and relax because The Skit Guys have you covered! Stevie and Danny are back with Camp Rules. This hilarious video takes the dread out of camp rules and makes them fun! All the work is done for you. Just hit “play” and your kids will love you! Comes with two versions: one including graphics, and another that’s graphic-free for budding film makers who want to edit their own video.
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.
A youth worker is late for a jr. high orchestra concert. As he gets to the event, he is told he hasn’t missed a thing. That’s when the fun really starts. The “orchestra” strikes up 2000 space odyssey and it is hurtful to the ears. Watch as the stranger and the youth worker endure the song and the youth worker really has a bunch of “kids”.