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!
What if love was greater than the darkest night? This colorfully illustrated mini movie asks us to reflect on the reality that God’s love for us in Christ truly is far greater than any darkness, pain, or loss we might experience in this life.
As Jesus spent 40 days in the desert praying and fasting, let us follow his lead during the season of Lent with self-denial, repentance, giving, and renewal. This video uses powerful images and music to remind your congregation of God’s love and sacrifice, which should encourage each of us to deny self and make God first place in our lives. Prepare your congregation for the celebration and sacrifice of Lent.
Jesus’ resurrection was not the end of his ministry. He continued to meet with and teach His disciples. And, more importantly, he gave the church it’s mission (the Great Commission). On the Sunday after easter, remind your church of the power that we have been given because of Jesus’ resurrection. But, also remind them of the purpose and mission that Jesus gave to all who choose to call Him ‘LORD’. Use this video the week after easter or any time that you are preaching on the Great Commission, outreach, and evangelism.
After His resurrection, Jesus gave the disciples the Great Commission. He assured them of His power, promised them His unending presence, and urged them to accept the call to go into the world and make new disciples. Based on Matthew 28:18-20, this mini-movie is great for the Sunday after Easter.
Welcome newcomers to your church this Easter with this fun and upbeat mini-movie. A creative way to make guests feel comfortable and communicate who you are as a church and what you believe.
Days before he will be crucified, Jesus entered Jerusalem. The events of this week will change the world. This is Palm Sunday. This is Jesus.
Beginning with Jesus’ prediction of His crucifixion and continuing through His thoughts on the cross, His death, burial and resurrection, this Easter mini-movie takes the viewer on an emotional journey from Good Friday to Easter. Taken from Luke 9:22, Luke 22:42, Luke 23:34, and Luke 24:5-7.
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!”
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.
Inviting people to Easter Service is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Don Calzone makes someone an offer they can’t refuse.
The story of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion is one of betrayal, brutality, despair, and pain. Yet we know even before His death that redemption was promised to be coming soon. We know that the story does not end at the cross. We know what many did not realize – that Sunday’s comin’. The voice for Sunday’s Comin’ is Pastor John L. Jefferson.
The late S.M. Lockridge once presented an incredible message, describing our God and who He is. Though God can’t be described with just words, this is as close as you can get this side of Heaven.
There’s always a risk when we invite people to our church’s Easter services. But regardless of the process, the potential reward is worth it all. This year, use this humorous video as a part of your church’s strategy to build toward Easter.
This mini-movie explores the reasons for giving, fasting, and praying during the season of Lent. It can be used to explain to your congregation and visitors the reasons for observing these customs leading up to Easter. Great for Ash Wednesday or any service during the Lent season.
A guy borrows one donkey and never hears the end of it. Listen as one of Jesus’s followers describes the atmosphere around Jesus’s triumphant arrival on Palm Sunday.
He is the King above all king. He is the King behind all kings.
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.
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.
The invitations that matter the most come from people who are invested in our lives. Use this mini-movie to encourage your church to invite someone they care about to church.
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.
Use this reflective video to help set the tone for your Good Friday service.
This brief, text-driven mini movie asks and answers two simple questions: What would the church be without Easter? And what are we because of Easter? Appropriate for a starter or for use any time during the Easter season.
This Easter-themed mini movie reflects on the fact that Jesus’ death and resurrection happened just as he predicted - and encourages believers to rejoice in the reality that our own resurrection will also happen just as he said.
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.
We know of God’s promises of an eternity with Him, but what are you doing with the life He’s given you here?
He was a servant to the high priest and found himself on the wrong end of a sword. Watch as Malchus describes the events surrounding the Garden of Gethsemane. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for Maundy Thursday.
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.
Two disciples remember being with Jesus the week before his resurrection. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for Palm Sunday.
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.
The Lenten Prayer of St. Ephrem has been prayed by the Christian church since it was written in the 4th Century. This collection contains two video versions of that prayer: the original text, as well as an updated modern version inspired by it. It also includes a PDF you can print out for use as bulletin inserts. This is a perfect addition to any service during the Lent season.
A prayer to God to strengthen and renew us in mind, body, and spirit, and to use our prayer, fasting, and confession to prepare us to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Great for Ash Wednesday or any service during Lent. Be sure to check out the coordinating collection “Service Pack: Lent Vol. 1”
Hope is present in Christian churches everywhere, because true Hope is a Person, and His name is Jesus.
A series of 6 reflective videos to prepare your congregation for worship during the season of Lent. Each motion graphic video features a Psalm coupled with inspirational music. Includes the following:
Psalm 51: 1-13
Psalm 32: 1-7
Psalm 95: 1-9
A reflective video to prepare your congregation for worship during the season of Lent. Motion graphic video features a Psalm 130 coupled with inspirational music.
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.
We’ve all got ghosts from our past. Whether they’re self-inflicted wounds or pain imposed by others, we’ve all been there. Watch and listen as the Cross of Christ frees us to sing along with Big Daddy Weave that “I am Redeemed.”
After inviting friends to church for Easter, it’s natural to relax in the success of our seasonal outreach. Let this After Easter invite video help encourage your congregation to not let the conversation - and invitation - end.
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
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.’”
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.
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.
Of all the profound events that marked the life of Christ, He only commanded us to remember one: His death. Why? This powerfully dramatic video provides a philosophical and Scriptural perspective to that question, one that will leave a memorable and emotional impact on your Easter service.
Crayon drawings animate real-life responses from children as they talk about Easter. Their unfiltered and heartfelt responses bring humor and depth to the subject. Only a child could mix the silly and the sacred to so powerfully illustrate what makes the story of Jesus and how we celebrate it so special.
Celebrate the Resurrection through the eyes of a child. Take your congregation on a journey through the Passion story as its never been told before!