One of the greatest things about God’s promises of new mercies and new songs is how we can fulfill those promises for others. This fun mini-movie is energetic and perfect for getting your community excited about the New Year.
We live in a time of great division. Lines have been drawn regarding race and gender. Those with less are looked down on by those with more. Many assume the worst about a person based on the color of their skin or the history of their heritage. But, God’s Word is clear about these divisions. It’s clear about discrimination and racism. Salvation through Jesus is available for people of every nation, tribe and tongue. Each one of us, no matter our history or heritage has been created in His image. This is what God sees…the question is; what do you see?
Because of Jesus’ sacrifice, we are redeemed. We are restored and washed clean by His precious blood. We are no longer slaves to sin, for the old has gone and the new has come. Through Jesus, we are a new creation!
The @ Symbol goes to God with complaints about wanting to be more like the popular Hashtag Symbol, but learns the valuable lesson that he was beautifully and wonderfully made for a purpose. Themes: Self-Esteem, Creation, God’s workmanship, Life, Insecurity, Purpose
The @ Symbol goes to God with complaints about wanting to be more like the popular Hashtag Symbol, but learns the valuable lesson that he was beautifully and wonderfully made for a purpose.
This worship opener encourages believers to lift their voices and join with a song that has been sung throughout the ages, a song of praise to the Creator of all.
Psalm 96 is a powerful call to all creation to worship God, to rejoice before Him and give Him the honor and glory He deserves.
What would Adam and Eve be like as grandparents? Would they pass on things they have learned from their years on the earth?
Willie discovers that there are more reasons than one to celebrate the arrival of spring.
Life is God given and precious. Scripture proclaims beautifully how God knitted each one of us together in our Mother’s womb. We were created with a purpose. We were created for the glory of God. We were created for life.
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.
Death through Adam, life through Christ. The story of humanity’s descent and redemption. Also available in Spanish.
Life is a precious gift given by the hand of God. Scripture declares each one of us to be His workmanship, knitted together in the womb. Based on Psalm 139, “Sanctity” is a powerful reminder of that gift.
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!
Have you ever considered what you believe or why you believe it? Watch and be reminded of all the foundational elements of our faith in this stunningly beautiful video. Perfect for setting up a sermon or punctuating one on an inspirational note.
The world tells us a lot about human life—its processes, its fragility, even its value. What the world doesn’t tell us is that life has value, no matter what stage it’s in. A great video for Sanctity of Life Sunday.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward. See what happens when Tommy throws on a wig and offers Eddie an apple!
God is so big, no one can even begin to fathom His greatness. This skit asks the question “Just how big is God?”