Let all the amazing moms know just how much you appreciate them on Mother’s Day. Using cute animated text, emojis, and a script based on the virtues found in Proverbs 31, this Mother’s Day mini-movie is a great way to start your worship service this Sunday.
Our moms give of themselves every day. This mini movie is a simple acknowledgement of their sacrifice and expression of our love for them.
We live in a Nation which has slowly forgotten the principles on which it was founded. We have lost our foundation of faith. We enjoy living in freedom, but have lost sight of where that freedom comes from. Our prayer today is for our Nation to return to its roots. Our hope is for America to remember its dependence on God.
Our great nation was founded on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As we celebrate our independence, let us not forget our dependence on God, our foundation of faith and our need for His hand to guide us.
This Mother’s Day Welcome Video with a soaring music track will honor and encourage all mothers (including adoptive) in your congregation. Works well as an opening greeting before worship, or as a transition into the message.
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.
Start your Easter Celebration with this call to worship and reflect on all that changed when Christ rose from the grave.
If we want our modern Christmas celebrations to make sense, we need to go back to the starting point. Take your congregation on the journey.
Principal Dithers is prepared for the worst when Coach Dunsky fills in as the commencement speaker for Edison High School’s graduation. What he isn’t prepared for, is a hot mic when the topic of “God” comes up. Includes sermon outline for your graduation services.
This Christmas mini-movie shows a child anticipating the excitement of opening a gift beneath the tree. Day after day, he can’t help but ask his mother constantly if itís time to open presents. This heart-warming short story has a bit of a twist at the end, with a call to “Celebrate the Spirit of Giving.”
Every year on July 4th we get together and celebrate our nation’s independence. But in John 8:31-36, Jesus talks of a different freedom. One that can only be found in Him. A great sermon opener for an Independence Day service.
Graduation is a milestone to celebrate…and reflect. You’ve accomplished so much and you’re ready to leap into the unknown. A chapter is closing, but a new one is being written…A full life is waiting for you. Go ahead and jump.
On Palm Sunday we celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ; the day the great crowd gathered in Jerusalem to welcome their king. But Jesus wasn’t the kind of king they were expecting. This worship intro is perfect for the Easter season, especially your Palm Sunday service. Based on John 12:12-13 and John 18:33-36.
Celebrating the historical legacy of freedom remains one of our most important traditions. Knowing why we celebrate freedom is even more important: because it’s what God created us to be, a gift He freely gave us, but is only preserved at the highest cost.
Why are Mothers so important and why should we celebrate them? To truly appreciate and value them, we must look beyond the day-to-day to something deeper.
The nails could not hold Him. The cross could not finish Him. The stone could not keep Him. Death could not defeat Him. Use this mini-movie as a powerful intro to your time of worship on Easter Sunday.