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 Mother’s Day mini movie is designed to encourage moms with the truth that God has supplied everything they need to do the good work He’s given them to do.
After Jesus’ resurrection, he appeared before two disciples on their way to Emmaus. After this amazing encounter, they are compelled to share the good news that Christ truly is alive. Based on Luke 24:13-35, this mini-movie is a call to action for all believers and is great for the Sunday after Easter.
Now that Christmas is over, the work of Christmas begins. Jesus came to this world and gave us the perfect example of how we are to live our lives. Inspire your congregation to go into the world and reflect Jesus to those in need. Great for the Sunday after Christmas or any New Year’s service. Based on an excerpt from Howard Thurman’s book, The Mood of Christmas.
What if we refused to let last year define us? Endless possibilities await for the new year.
Sometimes, we just need to voice the excuses we’ve been making about God. And sometimes, those need to come in the form of a declaration.
The world is a cruel place…but it doesn’t have to be. This video will challenge you to live your life with an awareness of others. It’s not about being a good person. It’s about being like Jesus. This download includes a PDF resource / handout for your group.
A simple parable about evangelism, this mini-movie takes a light-hearted look at a heavy subject. Based on Romans 10:14.
Made specifically for the Sunday after Easter, this mini-movie is a call to action for all believers. After Jesus rose from the grave he appeared before the disciples to say, “now it’s your turn. Just as God sent me, now I am sending you. So go!” Based on Matthew 28:19-20.
Jesus’ death on the cross was an amazing sacrifice we did not deserve. Such love we can never repay, we can only respond. Music by Bobbie Holt.
Love. Is it only an emotion? Just a plot in a movie? Or just something we sing about? Not even close. This mini-movie reminds us that love is action. (Based on Ephesians 5:1-2 and Luke 6:27-28.)
What is love again? This simple, emotional video asks us to rethink that question by imaging life without it. Great for a sermon starter or for preceding a call to worship which includes a passage that describes true, biblical love (e.g., 1 Cor. 13:4-8). Also appropriate leading into teaching about Valentine’s Day or marriage and family life.
We know it’s important to give thanks to God for everything, but it can be hard to know where to begin. Sometimes it helps to start small, right where you are. The original song was written and recorded by Riley Friesen and the band Staggerford. This song, along with other Shift Worship music, is available for download at ShiftTones.com.
Everyone sitting in church knows it’s our job to offer the hope of Christ to the lost. But what about when we’re not in church? Are we off duty the rest of the time? Are we waiting for the lost to come to us? This video can be used to challenge your congregation to clock in when they leave the building.
Do you have a life of worship beyond Sunday morning? This new mini-movie challenges the church to live a life of worship. The original song was written and recorded by Riley Friesen and the band Staggerford.
God calls us to be people of action. Our mouths might agree, but we quickly get cozy in our comfort zones, too afraid to reach outside and do something that might be a little uncomfortable or out of the norm.