In this visually stunning series, five videos prepare your congregation for worship in the weeks leading up to (and including) Christmas. Each motion graphic video focuses on Scripture from the Psalms.
So what’s the best legacy a dad can leave? A long shadow. Being someone his kids want to be like. Watch as the idea of legacy is communicated throughout multiple generations.
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.
Jesus lived a short life, but in that time, he did so much. Perhaps even more than his accomplishments though, what is so profound is his unique ability to be everything we needed and be everything that no one else could. Based on a sermon by Sam Storms (www.samstorms.com).
Teaching your teenager to drive, giving your kid’s pet fish a funeral, explaining the birds and the bees, playing catch––fatherhood isn’t something that happens all at once. It’s a day in day out choice to show up for your kids. So…how much time you got?
Peter recounts the day Jesus rode into Jerusalem with crowds chanting, “Hosanna in the highest! Salvation has come!” Others finally figured out what he already knew—that Jesus was the one who will save us when we call His name. This mini-movie is ideal for Palm Sunday or to set up a sermon about trusting Jesus.
We live in a time of great division. Lines have been drawn regarding race and gender. Those with less are looked down on by those with more. Many assume the worst about a person based on the color of their skin or the history of their heritage. But, God’s Word is clear about these divisions. It’s clear about discrimination and racism. Salvation through Jesus is available for people of every nation, tribe and tongue. Each one of us, no matter our history or heritage has been created in His image. This is what God sees…the question is; what do you see?
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.
Without faith, it’s impossible to please God. Help your students understand that faith is essential to a relationship with Christ with this video curriculum lesson. This lesson includes a video, student handout, leader’s guide, and a parent guide.
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).
This year has seen a lot. We’ve seen fear and we’ve seen peace. We’ve see hate and love. We’ve seen heartache and joy. Through it all, God has remained faithful. He has not forsaken us. AS we begin a new year, let us renew our focus on God. Let us seek His glory. Let us dwell in His courts.
Everywhere we go, we are surrounded by people. People who were created by God. People made with a purpose. People made in the image of our Heavenly Father. Yet most of them don’t know Jesus. We walk through life with this wonderful gift of Salvation, but do we share it with those around us? People matter to God. The question is, do they matter to you?
As Christians, we should have a heart for Jesus. A longing for Him, His purpose and His will. We should have a heart for people. To live our lives as a testimony so others can see Jesus through us. We should have a heart to share the faith that changed our lives and the hope that changed our eternity. These things are the heart of a Christian.
There are just three things that you need to survive after you graduate. And it’s not pizza, money or a good job…
What does it mean to be a Christian? The bible tells us in great detail. It means we are adopted as children of God. It means we are redeemed, delivered and set free from sin. It means grace has covered our lives and mercy has clothed our bodies. Often times, Christian are portrayed in a negative light. We’re viewed as judgmental or hypocritical. But, at the core of our identity, is a heart held in the hands of Jesus. We are saved, We are a new creation, We are Christians.
This year has been a journey for us all. For some the road has brought joy and for others…pain. We look and see a broken world and are stunned by the chaos around us. Our hearts beat to the rhythm of uncertainty. As a new year begins, let us remember to turn our eyes upon Jesus. To look full in His wonderful face. Let us watch as the things of earth are dimmed by the light of His glory and grace.
In life, we often dwell on the past or look to the future. But, what about the present? If our future rests in Jesus, then shouldn’t our present be lived for Him? Life itself is to be lived for the glory of God. What are you doing to make that a reality?
We are inclined to seek large, spectacular signs and wonders, but God has always revealed Himself through small, seemingly insignificant things. Great in the Small is a poignant reminder that God does amazing things with the smallest of moments. Perfect for services with a focus on faith and humility.
Principal Dithers is prepared for the worst when Coach Dunsky fills in as the commencement speaker for Edison High School’s graduation. What he isn’t prepared for, is a hot mic when the topic of “God” comes up. Includes sermon outline for your graduation services.
Have you ever considered what you believe or why you believe it? Watch and be reminded of all the foundational elements of our faith in this stunningly beautiful video. Perfect for setting up a sermon or punctuating one on an inspirational note.
A happy year - it’s something we’d all like to have. However, we must look beyond our circumstances in our pursuit of happiness. This video is a prayer to God, seeking strengthened faith rather than an easy path in life
It’s never been more possible to be of the world without really being in it. Maybe it’s time to stop standing at the water’s edge and hoping the chaos won’t reach us. Maybe it’s time to go.
It’s so easy to be thankful for all of our blessings, but what if we actually put shoes on our gratitude and took it out for a walk? Watch this new video from the Skitzy Chicks and then go put some feet to your faith!
It’s a story heard throughout the world, one we hear every year. But no matter how familiar we are with the Christmas story, sharing our faith with others can be difficult. This mini-movie presents a Christmas sermon that we all can preach.
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?
From singing songs backwards, tags sewn in underwear and of course…the “no-no square”; Watch as Little Billy discovers how to sing “My God is so big” and Mr. Drummond discovers how big God really is. A great video to set up a message about God’s presence during sickness or trials in our lives.
When you look at your life, do you see Jesus moving in amazing ways? Sometimes, Jesus wants us to notice what He is doing instead of asking Him for bigger and “better” blessings.
If you’ve ever asked God for something without believing He’ll really make it happen, you need to check out this movie. Why pray for something if you don’t believe it makes a difference?
This short movie portrays the devil asking for proof of God’s love. The core of our faith is in God’s love. When we’re asked to defend our belief in that love, in the face of constant turmoil, do we have an answer that will quiet the voice of doubt and give us a firm foundation to stand on?
Do you know what you believe? Check out this artistic, verbal montage of John 3 to encourage your faith to grow deeper.
A vivid picture of truth and the challenges that come against it. Through a discussion of the color of a balloon, we learn that although there are many opinions, truth is true whether we choose to believe it or not.
If you’ve ever struggled with trusting Jesus, this movie is for you. Learn how human nature often keeps us from the very thing that will help us trust Him more.
Steven and Nathan think they have it all figured out when it comes to sharing their faith, but really it’s just a lot of talk and some pretty toes. Watch this hilarious “Office” spoof from The Skit Guys.
If you were told that you had to jump out of a plane and were handed a parachute, would you take the parachute? In this thought-provoking video from The Skit Guys, Tommy makes the jump between our lives here on earth, the afterlife and the purpose of salvation.
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.
How much time do we spend maintaining our outward appearance instead of working on our inward character? In the spirit of the “Mac vs. PC” commercials, this fun parody shows a well-meaning-but-misguided Christian getting schooled by “the world” in how God sees us.
Cuando Dios cincela el peso muerto de nuestras vidas puede ser muy doloroso. Este guión es una mirada a la vida de un creyente típico que esta teniendo que pasar por el proceso de la disciplina de Dios.
When God chisels the dead weight out of our lives it can be very painful. In one of their most requested skits, Tommy and Eddie give a very creative look at a typical believer having to go through the process of discipline.