We use these “comebacker” videos in our seminars, usually as people are returning to the room after a break. They are all from YouTube. We try to select only “safe” videos – clean and appropriate for general use with other Christians. But a perception of what is “safe” sometimes differs from person to person. So please check to be sure that any video you choose is “safe” for you and your audience before you present it. Also, please understand that we have no control over the pop-up ads that appear. We suggest that you “x” (close) them when they pop-up.
The "Christian Language" - unbelievers need an interpreter, such as this guy. (3:24)
Substitutes for church handshakes and hugs in a post-COVID-19 world. (3:54)
Micah Tyler had some fun in this parody video talking about a resource for people wanting to brush up on their "christianese." (2:54)
Pastor Trent (John Crist) talks about his performance and statistics from Sunday morning's service and talks about how he can Improve. (1:47)
Quinn and Kylie, millennial missionaries to the scuba instructors of Aruba, are seeking your financial support. Written and produced by comedian John Crist. (2:49)
Christian Mingle, the popular Christian dating website, employs stand-up comedian John Crist to approve or reject applicants to their website. (3:54)
A parable of the way unchurched people probably see and experience church for the first time, or first time since they were kids. (5:33)
Tim Lovelace sings about his experience with a stuck-in-her-ways "Granny" in a church he visited. (3:3)
Funny church signs with Steven Curtis Chapman "Signs of Life" background music. (4:35)
Shallow small groups avoid all the uncomfortable discussions that are necessary for spiritual growth. (2:19)
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