Video is a great way to communicate with your church. On Valentine’s Day, using a funny, clean love-inspired video to make your congregation laugh (or cry) is a great tech tool to employ. Below are 10 great videos to consider using in your church services or on social media to ‘share the love.’ After all, “We love because he first loved us.” (1 John 4:19)

Remember that our love comes from the Father. Let him shine through you and pass on this limitless love. If you are searching for that endless love, here are 10 videos to enjoy yourself, share with your church, or any other groups you are involved with.

Love Letter From God

Who doesn’t appreciate a good love letter? How about a love letter from God. His love for us is priceless and he proves it every day.

Kids’ Perspective on Love

I love listening to children when they describe the meaning of different things. Usually, you get a good laugh hearing their ideas and explanations. They watch and pick up on everything around them: kids explain love.

The Love Song

There is something fun about a good message tied up in a silly, cheesy song. The message is strong and the presentation is entertaining.

Surprise Valentine

A group of guys wanted to do something sweet, so they set out to surprise single ladies on Valentines Day. This is heartwarming; I love the smiles and happiness these girls felt as they were serenaded.

Christian Pick-Up Lines

Speaking of being single, it’s always nice to have a little help when trying to find that perfect date. This video will help you with a few new pick-up lines.

Valentine’s Lip Sync

This is such a fun video. I love watching couples do things together that are out of the norm. Love isn’t just the day-to-day routine. It is also adding in something that makes you both happy. Activities that bring pure joy to both and these two seem like they are having an absolute blast. Watch Love Songs of the Decades!

Always Will

Not every relationship is perfect but they are worth fighting for. This video gives us hope not to give up. God is our help in these times because the world shows it’s easier to move on. We can also understand God’s uninterrupted love for us.

Unconditional Love

The man in this video felt unconditional love for his wife. You can see that even though she has passed away he still holds a great love for her. Listening to him describe his wife to this artist reminds me of the verse, “the LORD appeared to him from far away. I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore, I have continued to extend faithful love to you.” (Jeremiah 31:3). Watch the video here.

He Loves Me

I get butterflies in my stomach knowing how much a man I have never “seen” loves and cares for me. How can someone that knows my every thought and action still see me as his perfect child? I am so thankful for this great love he has given me. This beautiful video reminds us of how much he loves us!

Jesus is Our Valentine

We know that God gave the greatest sacrifice in order to show love. Let us contemplate the verse John 3:16 in order to appreciate his unending love!

Conclusion

Love comes in various shapes and forms. One thing that remains the same is God’s unconditional love for us. It does not matter whether you have a “Valentine” or not, knowing how big His love is for us should be enough. Let our focus be on our relationship with God and all that awaits. In the Bible, it tells us what love truly is.

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, and endures all things.” (1 Corinthians 13:4-7)

Kelsye Hughes

Author: Kelsye Hughes

Kelsye Hughes is a faithful stay-at-home wife and mother of two beautiful children. She enjoys using everyday experiences to glorify God’s handiwork. Her purpose is to help others grow closer to God while intensifying her own relationship with him.