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Funny Youth Ministry Videos: LOL at These Church-Related Clips

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Youth ministry involves a combination of the serious and the hilarious, often in the same short timeframe. Being willing to laugh a lot—including at yourself—is essential for success in the field. If you need a good belly laugh, check out the funny youth ministry videos we’ve assembled.

Thanks to the internet, funny youth ministry videos are everywhere. Whether you prefer YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest or another site or app, you’ll find oodles of humorous material to tickle funny bones.

Clips range from seasonal to sarcastic, with lots of fails thrown in for good measure. Leaders and volunteers often post funny youth ministry videos of games and activities they’ve tried. While chuckling along, you (and your teens) might just learn something. Plus, humor helps you connect with kids and engage them in lessons and discussions.

So check out these funny youth ministry videos—and then suggest or film your own!

16 Funny Youth Ministry Videos to Watch and Share

1. “The 12 Days of Christmas” Acted Out

Begin a Christmas lesson or holiday party with this funny interpretation of a classic carol.

2. The Ha-Ha Icebreaker Game

When a new year or semester begins, try out this icebreaker activity with your kids.

3. If Bible Characters Had iPhones

In one of their funny youth ministry videos, John Crist and Trey Kennedy imagine if Bible characters had modern-day technology.

4. What If Darth Vader Joined Your Small Group

Whether or not your teens are “Star Wars” fans, they’ll get a kick out of this clip!

5. Top 15 Worship Fails

Every youth pastor has experienced some type of “oops” during a service or program. Commiserate with your peers while having a laugh at their expense.

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Stephanie Martin, a freelance journalist, has worked in Christian publishing for 28 years. She’s active at her church in Lakewood, Colorado, where she lives with her family.