As much as we talk about and consider love, we rarely get it right. But God does, in every way. Watch this powerful tribute to God’s perfect love.
The Skit Guys deliver a special message about God’s love. While it may include using some artistic license and an ill-advised falsetto, have no fear because they get there eventually.
Sometimes we wonder how moms do it. From dirty diapers, to cheering on the next Rembrandt…they seem to just see things differently. Our moms see us differently. Watch as two dads get a glimpse at the way moms view the world…and then realize that it goes way beyond what they see. Perfect for Mother’s Day.
No good conversation ever began with the words, “Those jeans make you look like your mom.” Communicating love is key to a good relationship. Unfortunately for Todd, he has to learn that the hard way (like most of us). Great video for Valentine’s Day or services focusing on relationships.
Sometimes we look for love in all the wrong places. Find out what we can learn about true love from pinboards, hand made lint sweaters and a lump of clay. It’s time to step away from the half-hearted attempts at showing our love. This year remember…the greatest of these is love.
Do you like me? Check Yes or No. Often, our insecurities cause us to question if we are truly loved by someone. This video reminds us that even in our lowest points, God has already declared His love for us and that will never change.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife. Includes: Director’s Cut 6.5 min, Short Cut 4 min, and a Two Part Cut.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wife-whisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.
As Christians, we should have a heart for Jesus. A longing for Him, His purpose and His will. We should have a heart for people. To live our lives as a testimony so others can see Jesus through us. We should have a heart to share the faith that changed our lives and the hope that changed our eternity. These things are the heart of a Christian.
We are God’s creation. He made each of us with a purpose. He gave each of us a unique combination of gifts, abilities and calling. Though we are all different, we have one thing in common. Each one of us was created to worship!
Dads are our heroes. They’re brave when we’re scared, strong when we’re weak, wise when we don’t know and gracious when we let them down. Today, take a moment to celebrate Fathers, not only for their hand in our lives, but for being a wonderful gift from God.
The incredible grace of God is a gift we don’t deserve. Yet, because of the work of the cross, it is a gift given to us freely. In it we find forgiveness, mercy, redemption and love. Through grace, we have hope, new birth and eternal life. That is the power of grace.
Today we celebrate the matchless worth of our God. Today we honor the Lord of all creation. Today we gather in His presence, sing His praises and exalt our great God and King!
Every mom is unique and beautiful, because God made it that way. Help moms everywhere feel the truth of their own uniqueness and beauty, as they allow that truth to pour over them.
Today, I will praise Him with all of my soul. His unfailing love gives me strength, today - and every day. Because He is who He says He is - yesterday, today, and forever. Use this upbeat and colorful mini-movie as an introduction to worship.
There is nothing quite like a Mother’s love. It’s a love that is undeniable, unstoppable and unending. It’s a love which cannot be measured or weighed. It shows its heart with a touch, its wisdom with a word and it care with a smile. This Mother’s Day, celebrate the love of a Mom!
Our mother’s hands are always there. They hold us, comfort us, guide us and show us love. They’re there for big and small moments. They hold us up and pick us up when we fall. Our Mother’s hands are a gift from God. Through them, we can feel the love God has for us.
Mother’s Day is a day honor all Moms. It’s a day to support Single Moms, encourage Adoptive Moms, be grateful for Foster Moms and comfort Moms who have lost a child. Not all Mothers travel the same road, but they are each loved by God and loved by those whose lives they have touched.
Take a moment to celebrate someone who has loved you through everything. A woman who has never given up on you and has shown you how to live for Jesus. Someone you’d be completely clueless without…It’s time to say thanks to our awesome, stupendous, fabulous, amazing Moms!
As we gather together, let us remember the reason we’ve come. To celebrate the matchless worth of our Heavenly Father. To give Him glory, honor and praise and to boldly proclaim that He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
There are just three things that you need to survive after you graduate. And it’s not pizza, money or a good job…
By sending Jesus, God stepped into this broken world in human form. And through His sacrifice, He wiped clean our old story and started writing a new one. It’s a story of redemption and forgiveness. It’s our life story. It’s His story. It’s a resurrection story. Perfect for Easter Sunday as a worship intro, sermon illustration, or closing benediction.
Sin had left us for dead. It had separated us from God and stolen our Hope. But God loved us. Through Jesus, sin has been conquered, death has been defeated and hope has been restored. The grave is empty, the stone has been rolled away…Hope has risen!
Death through Adam, life through Christ. The story of humanity’s descent and redemption. Also available in Spanish.
Scripture is the centerpiece of this powerful video, taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection. It’s time to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus, the gift of grace and the incredible mercy given to us by the Father. He is not here…He is risen!
his powerful mini-movie uses 1 Corinthians 13: 4-8 to describe love, with short scenes depicting each aspect of the verse (love is patient, love is kind, etc). It combines funny / humorous vignettes with poignant moments in rising emotion with an inspiring soundtrack. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any time of year!
In this Valentine Edition of the animated “Very Special” series, children talk about valentines, romance, and each other (gross!) but also about what love truly is - and how to show it to others.
Often, we talk about all of the things that we LOVE, when truly, what we mean is that we really LIKE them. Love What Matters is an encouragement to be mindful of the casual way that we tend to use our words, as well as a reminder to express our love to the people who mean the most in our lives.
What is love? Songs have been written about it and authors have tried to define it. But, this mini-movie shares a powerful message about love directly from 1 John 3 & 4. The scriptures teach that God is love and that love comes from God. As Jesus gave up his life, we should also give up our lives for our brothers and sisters. This is real love. This mini-movie will make a great addition to your message on Valentine’s Day, at your a Valentine’s banquet, or compliment your message about God’s love.
As far as heaven is above the earth, that is the greatness of God’s love. A worship intro based on Psalm 103. Great for Valentine’s or love themed services!
What if love was greater than the darkest night? This colorfully illustrated mini movie asks us to reflect on the reality that God’s love for us in Christ truly is far greater than any darkness, pain, or loss we might experience in this life.
Love is a small word, with a big heart. Love is at the core of God’s character and should be the heartbeat of our lives as Christians. Based on 1 Corinthians 13, “Love Has a Big Heart” is a great fit for Valentine’s Day or any message about love.
Scripture defines love beautifully. It tells us of a patient, hopeful and selfless love. A love that can care for another and make a difference in the world. A love that can honor a savior who loves us more than we could ever comprehend. A love we are capable of because God first loved us.
Love is a powerful thing. Love can overcome an obstacle, walk alongside a friend or brighten someone’s day. Love can meet a need, mend a broken heart or even change the world. Most of all, because of the work of Jesus, love can change our eternity
Each of us has been made differently. We have different gifts and abilities, yet we all share a common purpose. We were created to worship God. It’s our calling to surrender all as a sacrifice of praise and to never forget the worthiness of our God.
What does it mean to be a Christian? The bible tells us in great detail. It means we are adopted as children of God. It means we are redeemed, delivered and set free from sin. It means grace has covered our lives and mercy has clothed our bodies. Often times, Christian are portrayed in a negative light. We’re viewed as judgmental or hypocritical. But, at the core of our identity, is a heart held in the hands of Jesus. We are saved, We are a new creation, We are Christians.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s a time to stop and remember the amazing grace of God, the birth of The Messiah and the grace God has shown us through Him. This Christmas, may the world see Christmas for what it truly is…a celebration of our Savior, the only Son of God.
This Thanksgiving, take some time to reflect on everything God has done. Thanks Him for His grace, His love, His forgiveness and faithfulness. Thank Him for hearing our prayers, for sending His Son and for changing our lives. God is worthy of our praise…offer it to Him this Thanksgiving.
Scripture is filled with Thanksgiving, Thankfulness is something we are all called to. Thankfulness for our families, our church, our work and every aspect of our lives. Most importantly, we are called to be thankful to God. Thankful for His grace, His love and His promise of eternity. This Thanksgiving…Give thank to God for all He has done.
We are undeserving, yet God has loved us. We are unworthy, yet He has shown us mercy. God changed our eternity through the gift of His Son. Because of Jesus, we have a future as bright as Heaven. This is love, this is mercy…This is grace.
We have a natural tendency to label and categorize everything in our lives, including the people around us. But those labels can divide us within the Kingdom, instead of unifying us. More than a Label reminds us to reject the labels so that we can see God in each other.
It’s Halloween again, the much debated yearly celebration. Some of us enjoy the day, while others would rather lock our doors and turn off the porch light. No matter your opinion, the fact is, more people will come to your door on October 31st than any other night of the year. What a great opportunity to be Christ to your community. Greet people, offer them something warm to drink, shake hands, offer a smile. But, whatever you do, don’t be THAT house. Keep your porch light on, welcome people and be a light to your community.
Welcome people to church by letting them know they matter, they are cared about and they have a purpose. Let them know they have a found a place they can call home.
God has created each of us different. We all have our unique gifts and qualities. But there is one thing all of us have in common. God has created us to worship!
We worship an amazing God. He is our King, our Lord, our Savior and Redeemer. He is holy, exalted and worthy of our praise. He is our Father…He is our God!
Worship is about surrender. It’s about laying our lives at the feet of Jesus and declaring we belong to Him. It’s about complete devotion, unhindered praise and a passionate love for our Savior. It’s saying to our Father God; “I Am Yours”!
Love is not colorblind. Unity is not colorblind. Video created by David Stanfield
A creative and inspiring reading of this classic text that proclaims Jesus as the King of kings!
Jesus was clear when he told us to love our enemies (Luke 6:27). In fact, He said that people would know we are His disciples by the way that we love (John 13:35). Featuring music by The Brilliance, “Brother” reminds us that we have more in common than we realize.
How would you live if you knew you would rise? This Easter mini movie answers that question by showing us how Jesus lived during the week leading up to His death and resurrection. How will we live today?