This powerful worship introduction mini-movie is based on scripture passages from Isaiah 42. It speaks of God, the creator of the heavens, calling us to reach out to our world and follow him in victory. Beautiful scenes matching each verse combine with modern graphics and upbeat soundtrack to create a huge amount of energy for worship. Features mountains, oceans, cities, storms & more! Some footage courtesy of Jonathan Mitchell.
Was last year everything you hoped it would be? Many of us have regrets about the things we did, or even things we didn’t do. But, God is the God of new beginnings and second chances. This New Years mini-movie will remind your congregation to focus their eyes on Jesus in the new year, and let Him take care of everything else. That may sound like a simplistic approach to life, but isn’t that how Jesus taught us to live? This fun and uplifting New Years video will work great as a worship intro, sermon introduction, or as an opener for your New Years sermon.
The character of our Savior should move us to respond with worship. His radiance, His glory, His passion and His love should leave us in awe of Him. His sacrifice, His mercy, His power and His righteousness should challenge us to pursue Him with everything. He is our Deliverer, Redeemer, Teacher and Messiah. How will you respond to His character?
The start of a new year can be an exciting time, as we think about all the amazing plans that God has in store for His people. Use this new year’s mini-movie to encourage your church to renew their commitment to Christ and His plans. The upbeat song featured in this new years video is titled “This Is My Year” and is performed by Tim McMorris.
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?
Going into the new year, many will make resolutions to get into shape, take up a new hobby, or accomplish something from their bucket list. However, in making such resolutions, they overlook the most important thing in their life - their relationship with Jesus Christ. Use this simple, but powerful, video as a reminder that the most important thing to focus on in the new year is Jesus. This mini-movie will work great as a worship intro, sermon introduction, or as an opener for your New Years sermon.