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.
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?
We all know that God loves us, right? Well, even though this is great theology, we sometimes doubt what the Bible teaches. We consider the sin that we’ve committed and wonder if we are good enough for God to love. This fun and uplifting Valentine’s Day mini-movie shares powerful passages from God’s Word which will leave your congregation with a clearer understanding of God’s love, grace, and forgiveness. With upbeat music and clean graphics, this Love Note From God will be a wonderful addition to your Valentine’s Day worship service. Use this video for your Valentine’s Day Service, Valentine’s Day Banquet, Valentine’s Day Bible Study, or any message focusing on God’s love.
Based on Matthew 22:3439 and John 13:3435, this mini-movie explores the meaning of a new commandment that Jesus gave his disciples, a commandment to love as Jesus loved. Great for services around Valentine’s Day or any sermon dealing with the topic of love and showing love to others.
Valentine’s Day is about chocolate, flowers, and letting that special someone know just how much you care. But as the Skitzy Chicks find out, love adds up to so much more!
Valentine’s Day often reminds us of romance, but love has many facets. In this heartwarming short, we hear from sisters, best friends, and spouses about love and how those they love have impacted them.
Based on 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 and 1 John 4:8, this mini-movie looks at the Biblical meaning of the word “Love”. It also shares how each of us can live out that kind of love in our everyday lives. We are reminded that whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love. Featuring upbeat music and clean, contemporary graphics, this powerful message about love will make a great addition to your Valentine’s Day Service, Valentine’s Day Banquet, Valentine’s Day Bible Study, or any message focusing on God’s love. Also, be sure to check out our “Valentine’s Day Mini-Pack” that has matching media for your entire worship service.
Doreen is here to remind you that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Make sure that the flowers are ordered and reservations are made…Be someone’s old man baby this year…not a bozo. Great reminder for that special day in February!
Produced by Dan Stevers
Words by Sh’maya / www.shmaya.co.uk
Josh Studebaker / www.joshstudebaker.com
Anthony Madlangbayan / www.madantdesign.com
Jay Kee / www.jaykeeart.com
Blake Fawley / www.blakefawley.com
Wes Kandel / www.weskandel.com
Eric Demeusy / www.ericdemeusy.com
Dan Stevers / www.danstevers.com
Paul Slemmer / www.veracitycolab.com
Handel Eugene / www.handeleugene.com
David Stanfield / www.davidstanfieldis.me
Ronald Rabideau / www.ronaldrabideau.com
Matthew Borrett / www.matthewborrett.com
MUSIC / SOUND
Music / Ryan Taubert / www.ryantaubert.com
Sound Design & Mix / Jon Wang / www.musicfarm.co
What does it say about the character of God that He would give His only son for us? So often, we spend Christmas focused on what it is like to receive this gift, but in The Gift of Christmas, we shift our perspective to instead imagine what it was like for God to give us the gift of Jesus. Perfect as a worship opener, or as any part of a Christmas service.
Redemption often flows through the most surprising events. Originally created for a secular short-film festival, this video is the perfect companion to any theme of brokenness, hope, or even suicide.
The four words that changed our world are still just as powerful as they were when Christ entered it. Now with a new look and feel, this mini-movie will help your church experience the sobering power of a God who chooses to be with us.
Five beautiful worship reflection videos that focus on the themes of Advent: hope, love, joy, peace, and Christ (Advent Anthem). Perfect for sermon introductions or a time of reflection during worship.
A beautiful worship reflection to focus on the theme of hope during Advent. Perfect for responsive readings, sermon introductions, or a time of reflection during worship.
A beautiful worship reflection to focus on the theme of love during Advent. Perfect for responsive readings, sermon introductions, or a time of reflection during worship.
A beautiful worship reflection to focus on the theme of joy during Advent. Perfect for responsive readings, sermon introductions, or a time of reflection during worship.
A beautiful worship reflection to focus on the theme of peace during Advent. Perfect for responsive readings, sermon introductions, or a time of reflection during worship.
A powerful call to worship film that will stir the hearts within the Church to celebrate the birth of Christ. Perfect for any time during the Christmas season or at Christmas Eve services.
Louis discovers that Christmas is about more than just saying “Merry Christmas” and the hidden danger of the grocery store checkout line.
This Christmas, one dad goes out of his way to reconcile with his children. He loves us…no matter what. This Christmas we can have a new beginning with Our Father.
Watch as Christy realizes that when you leave out the main ingredient…well, let’s just say it’s worse than orange toothpaste juice…or fruitcake.
A reminder that the greatest commandment is love, this story of two unlikely friends from opposing sides of war encourages viewers to conquer their enemies with love. When we show even one act of love toward those who harm us, it’s impossible to know where it may lead.
Purchase includes alternate version, which ends with the following quote from Mahatma Gandhi: Whenever you are confronted with an opponent, conquer him with love.