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.
When rock stars get old should they quit singing? Tim Hawkins says they can keep at it, but maybe they should change the lyrics. Aging Rockers gives Tim's take on ho... (4:53)
Your favorite chef - The Swedish Chef - shares his recipe for popcorn, or as he refers to it "Pöpcørn." (3:38)
Watch as the classic worship song “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms” is sung in a variety of styles ranging from the 1940’s to the modern era! Watch as this artist ch... (12:18)
Tim Lovelace and Aaron Wilburn sing "Jesus Loves Me" like Sandi Patty and cry like a baby with Ryan and friends. (6:38)
Tim Lovelace sings and laughs about his stuttering problem, problem he's had since a kid. (5:12)
Tim Lovelace sings about his experience with a stuck-in-her-ways "Granny" in a church he visited. (3:3)
Tim Lovelace performs an old southern gospel favorite, but in reverse, plus some other guitar comedy. (6:46)
Hee Haw hillbillys sing "gloom and despair" because the preacher said men are made out of dust and their wives now treat them like dirt. (1:12)
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