There is a question that Jesus asked his disciples—the most important question. One that resonates through history. A question that He asks each one of us: “Who Do You Say I Am?”
This new teaching experience is designed to help your congregation prepare for and celebrate this holy season of Easter. “Who Do You Say I Am” is a fully customizable experience. You can use it as a 5-week teaching series, a full-length Easter program, a Holy Week experience, or even as material for your small groups.
Included are 5 mini-movies that depict a variety of New Testament characters as they attempt to answer this life changing question. Or, if you prefer a live performance with your own drama team, the scripts for each mini-movie are included. The bundle also includes PDFs of sermon guides that will equip pastors to prepare sermons that have rich historical backgrounds and biblical precepts built in. Each week will give you a different take on the question, “Who do you say I am?”
You’ll also get sermon slides, stills, motion backgrounds, a countdown, original music, customizable artwork and promotional material to help you promote your “Who Do You Say I Am?” experience at your church.
It can be easy to get caught up in the Christmas season and miss out on the reason we celebrate. This video is a funny reminder that the baby born in the manger, is the same Jesus who ultimately died for our sins. He’s not just the reason for the season or the reason for cool bracelets. Jesus is worth celebrating all year.
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 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.
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!
At the cross, they thought it was over. Jesus was dead. Hope was lost. Love was dead. Three days later, all of that changed. Jesus was victorious. Sin and death were defeated and hope was restored. Jesus couldn’t stay in the grave, because love is alive!
A simple and moving retelling of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
This powerful short film is designed for Lent & Ash Wednesday, featuring drifting ash and distressed textures. The text describes our broken condition, striving against sin, fear, and insecurity. It points to Christ who spent time fasting in the desert, and suggests that this act of sacrifice can heal us in seasons of struggle. In the end, our brokenness shatters revealing gold, forged by the power of God.
Lent is a time of reflection and repentance. A time to confess our sins and ask God to forgive us, purify us and refine us. It’s a time to remember all Jesus has done and all He endured to bring us grace.
There has never been and will never be a moment, when God is not worthy of our praise. Every moment, every day, every breath, every step should be lived as an offering of worship to the King of Kings!
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.
By sending Jesus, God stepped into this broken world in human form. And through His sacrifice, He wiped clean our old story and started writing a new one. It’s a story of redemption and forgiveness. It’s our life story. It’s His story. It’s a resurrection story. Perfect for Easter Sunday as a worship intro, sermon illustration, or closing benediction.
This dark, reflective mini movie simply displays Jesus’ last words on the cross. A good fit for a Good Friday service. It also serves as a companion to the Easter Sunday mini movie After the Cross.
Start your Easter Celebration with this call to worship and reflect on all that changed when Christ rose from the grave.
Sin had left us for dead. It had separated us from God and stolen our Hope. But God loved us. Through Jesus, sin has been conquered, death has been defeated and hope has been restored. The grave is empty, the stone has been rolled away…Hope has risen!
The work of Jesus on the cross is something we should never forget. His suffering, His body and His blood were given for us. We were bought with a price, redeemed by love and set free from our sins.
Scripture is the centerpiece of this powerful video, taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection. It’s time to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus, the gift of grace and the incredible mercy given to us by the Father. He is not here…He is risen!
With powerful music and contemporary graphics, this mini-movie tells the story of Good Friday. We are moved to worship, as we remember that Jesus endured incredible suffering and death on the cross as the punishment for our sin. This video will make a great opening or worship intro for your Good Friday Services or for a message on the passion (or sufferings) of Christ. Let the story of Good Friday inspire your congregation to worship Jesus.
Easter morning began as a day of sadness and weeping, when broken and confused followers mourned the death of Christ. But Jesus transformed it into a day of rejoicing, excitement, and worship by the power of his resurrection. Featuring beautiful and unique hand-drawn artwork, this victorious Easter worship intro sets a tone of energy and passion, culminating in a powerful declaration, “He is Risen – He is Risen Indeed!”
This prayer of repentance—appropriate for Ash Wednesday, Lent or any season—acknowledges our guilt in seeking good apart from God and His grace in granting forgiveness in Christ and offering all-sufficient joy in Himself.
What are you afraid of? What is holding you back? Jesus has taken your sin at the cross and conquered death. Christ is risen! Death is no longer the end! This Easter worship intro proclaims that because of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection we can be fearless in sharing the gospel with friends and neighbors and fearless in worshipping Him. Based on Romans 6: 5-11.
Using a unique animation technique, multiple narrators and lots of Scripture, this dramatic, Easter-appropriate mini movie emphasizes Jesus’ claims about his identity in light of his death and resurrection. He is the I AM.
Use this reflective video to help set the tone for your Good Friday service.
Those of us who follow Jesus should never forget the pain and suffering He experienced when he sacrificed His life for us. This two minute reminder is perfect for Good Friday, Communion, or other services that focus on the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus.
A meditation on Christ’s birth through the lens of the cross. Based on a sermon by Tim Keller.
Jesus. The name conjures up a lot of images and ideas depending on your relationship with him. Watch as Jesus takes shape on the canvas of an artist and listen as the creed of our Savior is woven/spoken/declared across it all. Is Jesus your obsession?
An Illustration of Jesus’ sacrifice told with light, sand, and an artist’s hand. Matthew 3:17 “And a voice from heaven said, “This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.’”
What would you say to a friend who betrayed you or disowned you? What would you do to a man who beat you and mocked you? What would you say to the people crucifying you? Jesus showed us what to say and do. Perfect for Good Friday and Easter services or any sermon on forgiveness.
Christ was crucified and buried, but the grave could not hold Him. On Easter morning the stone was rolled away, He has risen, He has won! From reflective to triumphant, this powerful intro will help prepare your congregation for their Easter worship services. Download includes a version with international spellings!
Your guilt, sin and shame were nailed to the cross, put to death, and buried along with Jesus. And though they remain in the ground, Jesus does not. He rose!
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.
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. (SPANISH VERSION)
Sería un día como ningún otro. Mira como Pedro y Juan raza a través de Jerusalén en la mañana de Pascua para descubrir una tumba vacía (Juan 20:3-10). Este video Pascua configura el coro o la congregación para la proclamación de que Él está vivo.
This moving, reflective piece is great for Easter. Or use it any time to reflect on Jesus with this unique line drawing video.
This moving Easter video anticipates daybreak on the day of Jesus’ resurrection as it recalls in stark sketches and bursts of light vital events leading up to this pivotal moment. Soon, the sun will rise.
Celebrate Easter with this artistic, moving depiction of Christ’s sacrifice and triumph over the grave.
An entirely new perspective of the Easter story designed to start your Easter service. Told through the voices of those around Jesus, this Easter service starter takes you through the journey to the cross and ends with the opening of the tomb on Easter morning.
Carrie address the need for families to redirect their focus toward the Christ centered mentality of Easter. However, Melinda still really likes to get into the commercialized aspects of Easter, like decorating and making models of the resurrection. This video portrays how we can worship and glorify God during the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, even if we do like dyeing our Easter eggs!
Easter comes around every year. If it’s such an exciting time, why do we fall into the rut of thinking it’s just the same old thing every time? Check out this video to find out.
Darrell returns in his own unique way to celebrate Easter and the meaning of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. Watch as Darrell tries to bring his family together to discuss the various traditions and truths about the season.
Our culture remembers the death of Christ at Easter, but too often, we only remember Him during the holidays. Christ wants to be involved in our daily decisions. His life gives us life. When we cultivate a relationship with Him, we begin to understand how deeply He loves us, and we thrive on the message of His life.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life.” This skit is a classic and moving illustration of God’s love for mankind.
Join Curt Cloninger for a short walk as he discusses Easter. Written to reach the typical, maybe even cynical Easter church goer, Curt challenges the viewer – if Christ didn’t really rise from the grave on Easter, then what are we doing sitting in church? But, if he did, then celebrate! Works wonderfully for an Easter pre-service video, or call to Easter worship.
Take a walk with Tommy and Eddie, The Skit Guys, as they follow Jesus on His journey that ended with the ultimate sacrifice and a very personal invitation.
Did you ever wonder how a bunny became the center of attention during Easter? And when did hiding colored eggs take the place of remembering a Savior who died and rose again for our sins? In this video, a very misguided bunny forgets the real meaning of Easter.