Pentecost Call to Worship

Nothing But The Blood

The blood Jesus shed on the cross changed everything. The filth of sin and the stench of death were washed clean. Through Jesus we can now be whole again. O precious is the flow. That makes me white as snow. Nothing but the blood of Jesus.


This Is Ash Wednesday

As we begin the season of Lent, let us take a moment to acknowledge and confess our sin before God and approach His throne in humility and reverence. May we remember today Jesus’ sacrifice. His life for ours…His blood for our forgiveness.


After Easter Mission

It’s the week after Easter, and we’ve just received the best news ever. The news that Jesus has risen. What should we do with the best news ever? Well, after Easter, Jesus gave us the Great Commission. He said that we should go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them and teaching them everything He had commanded. It can be very comfortable sitting inside the four walls of the church, but that was not Jesus’ command. His mission for us is to go, preach, baptize, and make disciples in His name. Use ‘After Easter Mission’ to remind your church about the greatest mission ever, the Great Commission.


Let’s Go (Our After Easter Commission)

Jesus is alive! That powerful Easter moment was not an ending but a beginning. After His resurrection, Jesus commanded us to go and tell the world. To share the hope of Easter with everyone, everywhere. Easter may be over, but our commission is clear…Let’s Go!


He Lived, He Died And He Rose

In His life, His death, and His resurrection, Jesus’ mission was accomplished. He lived the perfect example, He died to wash clean our sins, He rose to show that sin and death had been replaced by forgiveness and life. With bright, clean, colorful visuals and inspiring music, this movie works well as an Easter worship intro and coordinates with An Invitation (Easter).


Journey To The Empty Tomb

We’re all on a unique journey, but there’s one consistent location God takes us to, and through. The empty tomb of Jesus is that location. Works perfectly for an Easter sermon intro.


Alive Again

When Jesus walked out of the tomb on the third day, the glory of God was on display. Use this short video uniquely in your Easter services to inspire hope and forward movement.


Today Is Easter

Easter is more than just another Sunday. It’s more than just a holiday. Easter is a day that changed everything. It’s the day sin and death were defeated. It’s the day grace and love were victorious. This isn’t just another Sunday…this is Easter!


He Has Risen

This Easter Worship Intro is a powerful way to start your Easter or Sunrise Services. It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, and at the same time makes a clear presentation of the gospel. As spiritual seekers attend your services on Easter, this video strives to help them understand the reason for Jesus’ death and resurrection. It will prepare your church for worship, and at the same time introduce deep spiritual concepts to those seeking to understand the Christian faith. Use this Easter mini-movie as a worship intro in your Sunday morning Easter Services, as you celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.


Shattered Friday

He knew no sin, but carried ours. He broke no bones, but bled enough to cover all who trust in Him. This Good Friday meditation celebrates, in a minor key, Christ’s victory on the cross over sin and death.


Resurrection Sunday

For the disciples, the dream was shattered. The Messiah was dead. No kingdom would come. But wait. Is this the third day? As the sun rises over the scattered pieces of their faith, the impossible has happened. Our Lord lives!


Jesus Is Alive

What if I told you death was not the end? When your heart stops, eternity starts. Your very last breath is just the beginning. What if I told you death loses? All of this is true because Jesus is alive!


Who Do You Say I Am?: Mary Magdalene (Easter Morning)

As we celebrate Easter morning, Mary Magdalene recounts her experience of arriving at the empty tomb and finding Jesus alive. When He asks her to tell the others that He is alive, she finds herself overwhelmed with the reality that He did what he said he would—He is risen. He is the Messiah. The King of kings.

This mini-movie from the Easter bundle, Who Do You Say I Am?, celebrates the good news that the tomb is empty on Easter morning.


Who Do You Say I Am?: Claudia (Good Friday)

Haunted by a dream about Jesus, Claudia had pleaded with her husband, Pilate, not to have anything to do with Jesus. As she shares her account, Claudia expresses concern over losing their political status and power while battling confusion over whether Jesus really was who He (and others) claimed he was.

In this new look at the Good Friday story from the Easter bundle, Who Do You Say I Am?, this mini-movie will let people wrestle with the question, even if, like Claudia, they don’t have an answer.


An Invitation Easter

The truth is, most of us really aren’t that great at sharing our faith and many of us have never even invited an unchurched person to church. But this Easter we can change those stats. Use this mini-movie to encourage your congregation to invite people to church this Easter.


This Is Resurrection

This is Resurrection uniquely brings together those who have doubts and those who are certain about faith, showing us that resurrection is more than just a story to believe in- it’s something that happens every day.

Your purchase includes two versions that differ only in the background music: Celebration (an energetic service opener) and Contemplative (a thoughtful sermon-enhancer).


The Good News Of Christ

This powerful short film presents the Gospel through timelapse painting, from creation to the resurrection & all of eternity. A simple but poetic voiceover combines with modern music to tell the story of God creating the universe, the fall of mankind, Christ coming to earth, the crucifixion, Easter, and the glorious promise of heaven. Special thanks to Jason Jaspersen, the genius behind the art.


Hosanna To The King

On Palm Sunday, Jesus entered into Jerusalem as a King with crowds shouting praises to Him saying, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” Encourage your church to also praise Jesus as King this Palm Sunday. Encourage them to sing out, “Hosanna in the Highest” and “Hosanna to the King of Kings!” This mini-movie will help prepare the hearts of your church for worship on Palm Sunday.


Who Do You Say I Am?: Bartimaeus (Palm Sunday)

Though he was blind, Bartimaeus could see that Jesus was more than just a great teacher. He believed and trusted that Jesus could heal his blindness when he shouted out to Jesus from the side of the road. As he recounts his story with his vision restored, Bartimaeus tells how he joined the crowds on Palm Sunday, shouting that Jesus is Hosanna in the highest.


Who Do You Say I Am?: The Disciple

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.


Jesus Lives

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!


Who Needs Easter (Easter Invite)

The world believes that Easter is about chocolate bunnies, hunting eggs, and baskets. Who really needs that kind of Easter? But, the real Easter that Christians celebrate is about Jesus, redemption, life, and hope. Who needs that Easter? Well, everyone needs that Easter! So, let’s get the word out. Let’s share the Good News and invite our communities to come find out the true meaning of Easter. Remind your congregation to invite their friends, family, and neighbors using this Easter Invite mini-movie.


Love Is Alive

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!


Crucified (Good Friday)

A simple and moving retelling of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.


Hosanna (We Welcome You)

Use this mini-movie as a energetic and upbeat introduction to your time of worship on Palm Sunday.


Consuming Fire

What would it look like to use fire to represent the blood of Christ cleansing us of sin? Use this mini movie any time you need to convey the beauty and power of the Gospel.


Light Of Christ Easter Intro

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.


Lent: Reflection And Repentance

Based on Joel 2:12-13, this mini-movie will encourage your congregation to return to the Lord with reflection and repentance, during the season of Lent. Our Heavenly Father is merciful and compassionate. During Lent, we should come to the Lord in the same way Jesus did in the Garden, with fasting and weeping. During Lent, we remember His sacrifice and give back, because He gave all.


Lent (A Prayer)

Lord prepare our hearts, as we enter this season of Lent. A prayer asking God to help us reflect on our lives, repent for wrong choices, and replace the things that come between us and our relationship with Him.


Rise

Taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection, this powerful call to worship challenges us to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus at Easter…His sacrifice, His mercy, His victory and our redemption!


GO (After Easter Challenge)

After Easter, Jesus continued to minister on this planet for another 40 days before He ascended into Heaven. During that time, he opened the disciple’s eyes. He opened their minds to understand scripture. And, most importantly, after Easter he gave His church the Great Commission. With this new mission for the church, he tells each of us to go tell the world, to go make disciples, to go serve, and to go share God’s love. During this time after easter, Jesus also gave us a promise - to be with us always, as we go. This video will make a great illustration for preaching on the Great Commission the week after easter.


Resurrection Worship Intro

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.


Our Risen Savior: Road to Emmaus

Two disciples reflect on walking and talking with Jesus on the Road to Emmaus after His resurrection. They might bicker and take a few rabbit trails as they remember that day, but the burning in their hearts lives on. Great for Easter Sunday or the Sunday after.


This Is Easter

Launch your Easter service elements with this inspirational short-film, and set the tone for the only Story that offers true Hope.


A Resurrection Story

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.


Hosanna Palm Sunday Worship Intro

This energetic worship introduction is perfect for Palm Sunday or any time during the Easter season.  Scripture verses from Zechariah, Matthew & Isaiah blend with stylized low-poly artwork depicting Jerusalem, Jesus riding on a donkey, palm branches, and ultimately the cross, pointing to salvation.  Hosanna to the King of Kings!


The Risen Way

Remind your community that the power of the resurrection is the same power that can help them to overcome loss, defeat, doubt, and death.  Perfect for Easter Sunday, and designed to work with our Easter Invite video, Good News (hyperlink to video).


Hosanna (A Palm Sunday Worship Intro)

As Holy Week begins, “Hosanna” is the cry of our hearts. Today, we worship a triumphant Messiah. A Savior willing to give everything to redeem our eternity. Today, we worship Jesus!


After The Cross

Featuring Jesus’ words to His followers (and to us) after the cross and resurrection, this Easter Sunday video serves as a companion to On the Cross, a Good Friday video displaying Jesus’ last words before His death.


On The Cross

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.


Hosanna Palm Sunday Worship Intro

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.


Good News (Easter)

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 Easter Sunday with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.


Easter Call to Worship

Start your Easter Celebration with this call to worship and reflect on all that changed when Christ rose from the grave.


Hope Has Risen

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!


B. C.

Death through Adam, life through Christ. The story of humanity’s descent and redemption. Also available in Spanish.


Our Risen Savior: Barabbas on Good Friday

We all know what happens to Jesus after the crowd chooses him for crucifixion. But rarely do we consider what happened to Barabbas. Watch this interpretation of what Barabbas must have been contending with.


Hope Of Easter Invite

We can all get so busy and self-absorbed, that we overlook the hurting people all around us who need to be introduced to Jesus. Easter is a very special time, when the unchurched are open to accepting an invite to visit your church. Use this powerful video to remind your congregation about the need to invite their family, friends, and neighbors to your church’s Easter Services. This Easter invite video will make a great introduction to a sermon about the great commission,evangelism, or outreach.


Our Risen Savior: Mary and Lazarus on Palm Sunday

Lazarus missed Palm Sunday. Watch as Mary and Lazarus talk about what the day was like….the day that the King of Kings rode through Jerusalem on a donkey.


Risen

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

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.