The Bible is not a series of disconnected stories; it is a single narrative that points to one person. Based on a talk by Tim Keller.
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!
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.
At the moment of Christ’s death, the earth shook and the veil in the temple was torn. Why is this significant and what does it mean for us? This mini-movie is great for Easter and is based on Matthew 27:45-51 and John 5:24.
Use this mini-movie as a powerful intro to your time of worship on Palm Sunday. Based on Zechariah 9:9, Psalm 118:25-29, and Matthew 21.
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!
Based on Romans 6:1-14, this worship intro reminds us that we are alive with God through Christ.
The first time Jesus came, he was rejected, abandoned and disgraced, but not today. Use this mini-movie as a powerful intro to your time of worship.
A moving retelling of the first Easter morning from Matthew 28:5-9. Works great as an intro to your Easter worship service or sunrise service.
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!
Use this mini-movie as a powerful intro to your time of worship on Palm Sunday. Based on Matthew 21.
When Christ entered Jerusalem, the crowd gladly welcomed Him, only to desert Him a few days later. This short video is a call to us to be genuine, steadfast believers for a Savior who never stops welcoming us to His own palms.
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.
La primera vez que viniste fuiste rechazado, abandonado y maltratado. Pero no hoy… (“But Not Today” Spanish Version)
Un recuento conmovedor de la resurrección de Mateo 28:5-9. Le ayudara como una gran introducción a su servicio de resurrección u otro servicio en especial.
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. (Spanish Version)
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)
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…
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. Spanish version of “Risen (Easter Worship Intro)”.
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.
There are many kinds of invitations. Some can be cute. Some can be spur of the moment. And some can be life changing. Use this mini-movie to remind your congregation to invite someone to your church’s Easter services.
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.
Paul reminds us in Galatians 5:1 that Christ has set us free, but it’s very easy to fall back into slavery. This mini-movie, featuring the song “Beautiful Things” by Gungor, is a powerful reminder that we have been set free.
God’s presence appeared to Moses as a firey bush as well as an earthquake. To Job God came as a powerful whirlwind. The reaction to God’s presence was always one of fear but when Jesus came all of that changed. God was now approachable and personal and because of His saving work we can now enter bodly into God’s presence.
The good news of the gospel is that we are no longer slaves to sin and death. Contains excerpts from the book “King’s Cross” by Timothy Keller.
Throughout the course of his public ministry, Jesus knew both the adoration and desertion of the crowds. Today, just as 2,000 years ago, the gospel asks a question that demands an answer: Will we follow? This video illustrates this truth through the dynamic lens of a 21st-century social network.
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.
All scars tell a story. The amazing story of the Gospel is that Jesus also has scars, but unlike our stories, His scars tell a beatiful story of love and forgiveness.
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.
It can be a little nerve-wracking to invite a neighbor to church…and even scarier if they actually accept! Encourage your church members to take a leap and invite someone to Easter services with this fun video…just don’t invite them like The Sanders do. The bundle includes three versions of the 2-minute video and three versions of a trimmed, 60-second cut of the video.
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.
Even people in Jesus’ day had to believe by faith and some chose to, and some did not. Hear from several of the disciples and Pharisees as they tell you about what Jesus meant to them.