When Santa and his reindeer adorn countless rooftops and yards, the real meaning of the season can get lost. Watch as one Christmas-loving neighbor gets a lesson on the Star of Bethlehem, the Magi, and the Christ child.
Frank and his family have no problem asking their neighbor for help with a picture…but it never crossed Frank’s mind to invite him to their church’s Easter services. Watch this get uncomfortable really fast.
Watch this series of vignettes that communicate the impact of Christ both before and after the Cross. This package is a profoundly moving and authentic way to prepare the hearts and minds of your congregation in advance of Easter.
This Christmas series is an amazing tool that will help prepare your church in celebration of our coming savior. Not only that, but if your church follows Advent, this series can complement each Sunday.
What do you believe about Easter? About God? About Christ? Watch as this stirring video combines spoken word and an artful depiction to articulate what we believe and what that means. Start your Easter service or sermon with this powerful and moving message.
Watch this series of eyewitness accounts that dramatically retell the course of Christ’s ministry leading up to his crucifixion. These videos will help your church prepare for Easter. They highlight major events in Christ’s life and how they impact people’s lives today.
The purchased package includes eight total videos: John the Baptist, Simon Peter, Temple Cleansing, Nicodemus, God’s Voice In the Thunder, Palm Sunday, Peter’s Denial, and Nobody But Jesus.
The package also includes supplemental materials like: 8 Weeks of Sermon Notes, a Countdown Video, a Motions Pack, a Stills Pack, Sermon Slides and Artwork for your church programs and promotion.
Jesus lived a short life, but in that time, he did so much. Perhaps even more than his accomplishments though, what is so profound is his unique ability to be everything we needed and be everything that no one else could. Based on a sermon by Sam Storms (www.samstorms.com).
We all have our Christmas traditions. Some are good, some…not so good. Watch as this cast of characters tells the meaning they find in Christmas, then watch as Tommy shares a true story about a powerful realization he had one Christmas.
Christmas gifts come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and styles. This Christmas, introduce your church family to five people who discover that the gifts of Christmas are really:
The Gift of Expectancy
The Gift of Grace
The Gift of Reconciliation
The Gift of Adoption
The Gift of Jesus
Each gift will help your congregation enter the Christmas season with hearts overflowing with the love of God.
This bundle of The Gifts of Christmas includes all 5 videos, sermon outlines, motion backgrounds and artwork.
Simon of Cyrene made the long journey to celebrate Passover in Jerusalem. Little did he know that this Friday would go down in history. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for Good Friday. Includes a short version and long version.
From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, Jesus goes from being ushered in like a king to being crucified like a criminal and then ultimately overcoming the grave. Watch as people close to Jesus recount his final week. The video pack includes all 5 videos (Andrew and Philip, Mary of Bethany, Malchus, Simon of Cyrene and Salome) as well 5 different slides, sermon helps, a countdown and artwork that you can use for promotional materials, programs or whatever else you want to create.
It would be a morning unlike any other. Watch as Peter and John race through Jerusalem on Easter morning only to discover an empty tomb (John 20:3-10). This Easter video sets up your choir or congregation for the proclamation that He is alive. Includes an alternate version in Aramaic.
As a mother and son unpack the Christmas decorations they also unpack some less than happy memories involving the manger scene and some peanut butter covered fingers.
All of creation, all of God’s story, all of us, long for Christ’s coming. Watch this moving piece that illustrates how all of history culminates in the birth of Jesus.
A dramatic retelling of Jesus’ last day. Hear from six individuals who were close to Jesus before his death on the cross, Good Friday. This video sets the stage for Christ’s resurrection and shows God’s forgiveness and love for mankind.
The purchased package includes four videos total: the full cut (what you see here), the Garden scene, the Last Supper scene, and the Golgotha scene – which is helpful if you want to intersperse the clips throughout a service for added effect.
Also see the video ‘Grace’ under related items below as a good follow-up to this video.
What is Palm Sunday? The Skit Guys explain the history and significance of Palm Sunday as only they can. Get your church prepared to celebrate Holy Week!
In this scene the Skit Guys portray a powerful conversation between Jesus and Peter which shows us the amazing Grace of God.
Do you ever feel that God is nowhere near and can’t understand your pain? Over 2000 years ago, Jesus, God’s Son, came into the world, not as royalty but as a baby born in a stable full of muck and animals. In this video Tommy reminds us with powerful imagery of the sacrifice that Jesus made by humbling himself to become one of us. It was a dirty job and he didn’t have to do it…but the world is changed because he did.
Looking for the perfect addition to your Christmas or Advent program? Tommy and Eddie have the perfect video for you! Get this new video of “The Innkeeper’s Dilemma”, which tells the story of Stuart, an innkeeper, and his quest to find meaning in his life. Along the way, he encounters a guest, a shepherd, and a wise man who help him see that God has provided purpose in the little baby that has been born in the stable. Stuart (Eddie James) tells the story of the strange night at the inn as he encounters the different characters (Tommy Woodard) that detail the biblical story of Christ’s birth.
God is awe inspiring in every way. From His grace to His matchless love. From the gift of His Son to the beauty of His creation. He has done so much more than simply change our lives, He has changed our eternities. Today we will stand in awe!
Adapted from “What’s So Amazing About Grace?”(© 1997) by popular Christian author Philip Yancey, Prodigal is a relatable telling of the well-known parable used by Jesus to show us who God is and how God loves. In this picture of extravagant grace, we learn that there is no catch to this promise, no loophole to exclude us from Love. Featuring music from up and coming artist Sara Jackson-Holman, we believe Prodigal is the film your community will be talking about long after it’s over.
Your purchase of Prodigal includes the full-length film, as well as a shorter, narrated version.
In 1st Corinthians 13, Scripture makes a powerful statement about love. Within these verses we learn about the true nature of love the way God created it to be. We learn of its strength and faithfulness…it’s grace and compassion. We learn love, in its purest form, protects, trusts, hopes and perseveres. Love never fails!
There are so many way to describe Jesus. Faithful, mighty, loving, gracious. He is an amazing Savior, worthy of our praise and devotion. He is beautiful. He is strong. He is righteous. He is magnificent!
By sending His only Son into the world, God showed us the ultimate example of love. A love without hesitation, A love which knows no bounds. A love that changed the world. Do you love the way God does?
This moment is about surrender. It’s about lifting high the name of Jesus and giving glory to the God of Mercy. It’s about laying everything before Him as a sacrifice of praise. This moment is about worship.
The sanctity of human life is a heavily debated topic in our society. However, the real issue is not “choice”, but instead “the origin of life”. According to Acts 17:25, God is the one who gives life and breath to everything. Each life has a purpose and worth beyond measure, because he or she was lovingly created by our Heavenly Father. Defend the powerless and speak for those who have no voice. Share this vitally important message on Sanctity of Life Sunday or anytime that you are preaching on the topics of right to life, abortion, the pro-life movement, or the sanctity of life.
Was last year everything you hoped it would be? Many of us have regrets about the things we did, or even things we didn’t do. But, God is the God of new beginnings and second chances. This New Years mini-movie will remind your congregation to focus their eyes on Jesus in the new year, and let Him take care of everything else. That may sound like a simplistic approach to life, but isn’t that how Jesus taught us to live? This fun and uplifting New Years video will work great as a worship intro, sermon introduction, or as an opener for your New Years sermon.
This year has seen a lot. We’ve seen fear and we’ve seen peace. We’ve see hate and love. We’ve seen heartache and joy. Through it all, God has remained faithful. He has not forsaken us. AS we begin a new year, let us renew our focus on God. Let us seek His glory. Let us dwell in His courts.
The word “nativity” comes from the Latin word meaning “to be born”, and truly the nativity is the birthplace of hope. With this beautifully fresh perspective that links the story of creation to the Christmas story, we are reminded that the good news began when God spoke and created, beginning the greatest love story of all time.
Based on the original poem by Placide Cappeau, this Christmas mini-movie features beautiful handmade artwork (by Joe Cavazos) coupled with a dramatic reading (by Rob Ricotta) of the words that inspired the famous carol. Powerful music (by Roary) compliments the piece. Includes a brilliant star, wise men, manger, the nativity, a call to worship, and ends with the line “His Power and Glory Evermore Proclaim.”
We were all lost in darkness and captive to sin. But, God had a plan called Christmas. He would send His Son, our Savior, into the world. Using a faithful young woman, who trusted God without question, in the most humble of circumstances. He was born to bring good news and give sight to the blind. He was born to die, so that we might be saved. And, because of His resurrection, we can all find salvation through Him by faith. Use this Worship Intro video during the Christmas season to encourage your church to worship Him in spirit and in truth. He is our Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. Give Him praise this Christmas!
In this video for Christmas morning we are reminded of the stories of Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds before we are introduced to the Christ child who would change the world forever. We’re reminded that we are each given a call to prepare, a call to provide, a call to protect, and a call to praise. Part of the series, The Call of Christmas.
Nobody would expect lowly shepherds to be some of the first to hear about the birth of the Messiah. But God’s angel comes to these men with good news, calling them to praise. They’re invited to be part of the story, reminding us that God calls us all to Himself.
The Man & The Birds is a fictional account of a man struggling with the Truth of Christmas who finds revelation in an unexpected place. Use it to shed light on the mystery of Christ’s incarnation.
Listen! Can you hear the angels singing? Glory to the Newborn King! This mini-movie paraphrases a well-known Christmas hymn and is great as an introduction to a time of worship for a Christmas service.
Who would’ve thought that a dream could be reality? Joseph discovers the role he will play in the story of Emmanuel when an angel visits him in a dream with a call to protect. The Messiah is coming and Joseph gets to be part of this story—a story that is now a part of us.
The birth of our Savior changed everything. It introduced grace, changed our future and altered eternity. God reached down into the world and sent His Son to lead us back home. This Christmas we worship our Savior. We worship Our King. We worship our Messiah. This Christmas, we worship jesus!
Thanksgiving is a day to spend in gratitude toward God. A day to remember His grace, mercy, love and Faithfulness. It’s a day to remember Jesus and thank Him for His sacrifice. Most of all, Thanksgiving is a day to worship our Great God and Savior.
Today belongs to Jesus. It’s a day he has made. A day for us to rejoice in Him and worship Him for all He is and all He has done. It’s a day to surrender and approach His throne with humility. It’s a day to praise the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Today and is His day!
When it comes to getting into heaven, it’s not what you’ve done, it’s who you know. This humorous mini movie shines a tongue-in-cheek light on the human tendency to rely on one’s own good deeds for justification, rather than the work of Jesus.