Comedian John Crist is back with yet another hilarious video titled, “The Millennial Missionaries” — a comical clip that pokes fun at two fictional characters who are asking for financial support to “serve humbly the scuba instructors” of Aruba.
The video opens with millennial missionaries “Quinn and Kylie” describing how, while on their honeymoon in Aruba, they suddenly felt called by God to serve inside the gorgeous Caribbean nation.
But as they describe their so-called “calling” as well as their missional work, it becomes clear that what they’re really looking for is a permanent vacation.
“We were out on the pier having the sunset dinner,” Quinn explained. “I was about to pick up the lobster and put it in the butter and we just felt like God called us, ‘For such a time as this.”
The two proceeded to explain how they witness to and serve others in Aruba, with Quinn noting that he once had a “heart-to-heart conversation with the guy I rent the jet skies from.” Oh, and the couple both said that, despite serving in the lap of luxury, they can relate to the struggles faced by other missionaries around the globe.
“It hasn’t been without its share of persecution,” Quinn said.
Then, Kylie went on to detail how she was asked by the instructor to remove her cross necklace before scuba diving, something she admitted was really more about safety than anything else, though she felt persecuted in the moment.
“It’s kind of like we’re a living version of ‘Footprints in the Sand,'” the couple later gushed, before asking for money to continue their Aruba “ministry.” “Pray that God would ask you to give us your money. It’s so easy to give.”