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.
No matter what’s happening in our lives - good, bad, or somewhere in between - the only hope that can never be extinguished lies in the fact that THE GRAVE IS EMPTY. Featuring the music of Elevation Worship, this mini-movie will help celebrate the life of Christ in your Easter and non-seasonal worship experiences.
And now for something completely different. The Skit Guys turn Python on its head in this very funny and very British skit about your heart and what will make it truly live.
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.
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.
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!”
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.
Many times we look for ways to fill a void in our life, and instead of turning to God we turn to “stuff” no matter what the cost. In this fun mini movie from The Skit Guys, several people share ways they like to cope.