When Santa and his reindeer adorn countless rooftops and yards, the real meaning of the season can get lost. Watch as one Christmas-loving neighbor gets a lesson on the Star of Bethlehem, the Magi, and the Christ child.
What do you believe about Easter? About God? About Christ? Watch as this stirring video combines spoken word and an artful depiction to articulate what we believe and what that means. Start your Easter service or sermon with this powerful and moving message.
It was a night that no one would forget. The night the Christ Child was born. Watch as we hear reflections on that night from Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth, The Inn Keeper, A Wiseman, A Shepherd. Each invited to take part in the birth of the world’s savior. Includes all 6 videos, 6 scripts, Sermon Guides, Artwork, Motion & Still backgrounds and a Countdown.
It would be a morning unlike any other. Watch as Peter and John race through Jerusalem on Easter morning only to discover an empty tomb (John 20:3-10). This Easter video sets up your choir or congregation for the proclamation that He is alive. Includes an alternate version in Aramaic.
What is Palm Sunday? The Skit Guys explain the history and significance of Palm Sunday as only they can. Get your church prepared to celebrate Holy Week!
Looking for the perfect addition to your Christmas or Advent program? Tommy and Eddie have the perfect video for you! Get this new video of “The Innkeeper’s Dilemma”, which tells the story of Stuart, an innkeeper, and his quest to find meaning in his life. Along the way, he encounters a guest, a shepherd, and a wise man who help him see that God has provided purpose in the little baby that has been born in the stable. Stuart (Eddie James) tells the story of the strange night at the inn as he encounters the different characters (Tommy Woodard) that detail the biblical story of Christ’s birth.
When he reflects on the moment when Jesus asked, “Who do you say I am?,” one of the disciples remembers Peter’s answer—that Jesus is the Christ. It’s at this point the disciple realizes that Jesus is exactly who he said he is, and that he will be coming back to save us all.
Easter is a time to worship our Savior for His work on the cross and His triumph over sin and death. It’s a day to celebrate our redemption, remember God’s grace and give glory to Jesus. It’s a day to celebrate the moment our eternity changed. Jesus lives!
This Easter short-film speaks of rocks, hills, and fields crying out on Easter morning, “Jesus is Alive! He has risen just as he said!” These powerful phrases are matched with beautiful aerial footage, an energetic soundtrack, and a presentation of the gospel message, encouraging the viewer to lay down their burdens and receive the gift of salvation. Closes on a view of the empty tomb at sunrise with the light of Christ pouring out.
Love is a powerful thing. It can change a heart, change a life and change an eternity. Love shows us God’s character and show us what we are called to be. Do you love?
In this video for Christmas morning we are reminded of the stories of Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds before we are introduced to the Christ child who would change the world forever. We’re reminded that we are each given a call to prepare, a call to provide, a call to protect, and a call to praise. Part of the series, The Call of Christmas.
The Man & The Birds is a fictional account of a man struggling with the Truth of Christmas who finds revelation in an unexpected place. Use it to shed light on the mystery of Christ’s incarnation.
Who would’ve thought that a dream could be reality? Joseph discovers the role he will play in the story of Emmanuel when an angel visits him in a dream with a call to protect. The Messiah is coming and Joseph gets to be part of this story—a story that is now a part of us.
When Mary was visited by the angel she found herself in God’s favor and overcome with so many emotions. As she is called to provide, see how Mary responds to the words of the angel—words that changed everything.
We can all relate to that “I have to tell someone!” feeling we get when we receive exciting news. Good News is not only an encouragement to invite others to experience the Christmas season with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.
The birth of our Savior changed everything. It introduced grace, changed our future and altered eternity. God reached down into the world and sent His Son to lead us back home. This Christmas we worship our Savior. We worship Our King. We worship our Messiah. This Christmas, we worship jesus!
A time of worship in the temple turns to a life-altering event for Zechariah. Watch what happens when the angel, Gabriel, pays him a visit and he’s called to prepare. It’s the beginning of a story that changes the lives of every person who hears it.
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.
With powerful music and graphics, this intense Easter worship intro illustrates Jesus’ suffering of the cross and His death on Good Friday. But, that’s not the end of the story. The climax of the video exclaims the amazing resurrection of Christ. The opening of the video also tells of Jesus’ mission (why he came), and closes with an invitation for all to believe and place their faith in Christ. This easter mini-movie will make for an emotional introduction to your Sunday morning Easter Services, as you celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Also, be sure to check out the matching motion collection called “Easter Sunrise Mini-Pack Vol 2” (must be purchased separately). The Mini-Pack contains a 5-minute countdown, 6 Motion Loops, and 6 Still Backgrounds.
On Palm Sunday, Jesus rode a donkey toward the gates of Jerusalem while crowds of people were waving palm branches and shouting, “Hosanna”. But, the Pharisees were angry and told Jesus, “Quiet your people down.” Jesus replied, “If they keep quiet, the stones will cry out.” This Palm Sunday, encourage your congregation to “cry out” to Hosanna! Encourage your congregation to worship the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. Prepare your people to worship Jesus in spirit and in truth.
Start your Easter Celebration with this call to worship and reflect on all that changed when Christ rose from the grave.
Over 2000 years ago a light was given to us, but it was not meant only for us. It was a gift to be shared with the world. Using scripture from John 8:12 and Isaiah 9:2, this mini movie is designed specifically for your Christmas Eve service. A version without the voiceover is also available.
Having just heard from angels, three shepherds argue about who should get to go see the new Messiah and who should have to stay back and “sheep-sit”.
An innkeeper struggles with whether or not to turn away Mary and Joseph.
The ascension is perhaps Jesus Christ’s most puzzling act on earth. Why does it matter and what does it mean for us?
As Jesus approached Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, He wept over the city and the people gathered there. He knew that disaster awaited them because they did not recognize Him for who He truly was. Taken from Luke 19:41-44 and told from Jesus’ point of view.
A deeply moving Easter video. Through the lens of the Triumphal Entry, The Cross, and the Garden, “Return of the King” is a powerful proclamation of the power of the resurrection. Long live the king!
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?
Easter is all about God’s redemptive plan for the world. Watch this moving piece that illustrates the life and death and resurrection of our Savior. When all hope seems lost, God enters and everything changes.
These two Christmas worship mini movies are designed to be shown in two parts - beginning and ending a Christmas worship service, perhaps. That Night Part 1 notes that only those who had heard and believed the message of the angels knew what was happening the night Jesus was born. That Night Part 2 emphasizes that on this night, as well, only those who have heard and believed in Jesus will truly understand the peace of Christ this Christmas. Who will we tell?
It’s fun to deck the halls at Christmas, but do we ever stop to think about what those decorations can mean? As the Skitzy Chicks reflect on the meaning of the Christmas tree, we are reminded to keep the main thing the main thing at Christmas.
Even in our darkest times, when it seems like God is silent, He is still working for our good. For out of the darkness of that silent night, Hope was born! Perfect for any Christmas or Christmas Eve service, based on scripture from Matthew 4:16 and Romans 8:28.
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.
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.
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.
Her brother had been raised from the dead. Her family was friends with Jesus. Watch as Mary talks about anointing Jesus’ feet with oil. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for the Wednesday night of Holy Week service.
Watch as Mary Salome recounts her Easter Sunday. An empty tomb, guards silenced, and angels proclaiming. Her sandals just couldn’t carry her fast enough. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for Easter Morning. Includes a short version and long version.
This collection includes the “Advent: Introduction” video, five Advent Liturgy videos, and a PDF that has guidelines for how and when to use the videos during the Advent season as well as pages for each video’s Liturgy.
For congregations unfamiliar with Advent, this introduction helps serve as primer for its practices and tra- ditions, ones that have for centuries helped Christians focus on and commemorate the true reason of the Christmas season.
On the eve of His birth, The Christ Candle leads us into receiving - at long last - the promised Child: Immanuel, God with us.
We were alone, living under the curse of sin, until the light of Jesus broke into our world. Wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger, the Word became flesh. So, come let us adore the Newborn King, Christ the Lord. Featuring scripture from Luke 2:10-11, this mini-movie works perfectly as a worship intro or sermon illustration for your Advent, Christmas, and Christmas Eve services.
The night of Christ’s birth, a shepherd realizes that this night is good news to ALL people.
1 Chronicles 16:29 tells us to give the Lord the glory due His name. This little worship intro leads us to do just that.
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.
He carried our sins to the cross to die, so that we might live for what is right. And by His wounds you are healed. Based on 1 Peter 2: 23-24, this mini-movie is designed for your Good Friday service
Shout for joy, O heavens! Rejoice, O earth! For today there has been born for you a Savior. A powerful worship intro for the Christmas season.
¡Griten de Jubilo oh cielos! ¡regocíjate oh tierra! Pues te ha nacido un Salvador. Una poderosa introducción de adoración para la temporada de Navidad.
“Behold” Spanish version. Behold the Lamb of God, who came as a child in humbleness, born to take away our sins. A new, inspiring mini-movie for the Christmas season.
“A Christmas Prayer” Spanish version. Great for any service during the Christmas season, this mini-movie is a call to join in the joy of Christ’s birth. (Based on “A Christmas Prayer” by Robert Louis Stevenson.)