A new year brings new resolutions, but we don’t always follow through so well. Watch as four people make commitments, and acknowledge their need for God to help them.
Tommy and Eddie are back to give you four nuggets of wisdom for the New Year. Well, that and Tommy really just wants to discover the meaning of “gluten.” Great to kick off your services in the New Year.
God creates and completes. All through the bible we see God starting and finishing. A new year brings new energy to start. Some of us want to lose weight, others of us want to read the bible in a year, others want to spend more time with their family. Most of us though, give up before the clock strikes midnight. Get the “skinny on” how to live out resolutions and experience change in your life.
Ever feel frustrated with your waistline, bank balance, family dynamic or unmet objectives? Does the approach of January on the calendar make you want to chuck it all and start all over? In this honest video, several people wrestle with the desire to set goals, make a change, and start the New Year on the right foot.
As your graduates make this important transition in life, use this mini-movie to inspire them to keep their eyes focused on the ultimate goal: their relationship with Jesus Christ.
It’s a new year. And you want it to be better than the last. Well, the best thing you can do is just give up! That’s right. Just give up. A great opener or sermon starter for your New Year’s and January services
Meet Jeff Nil. Christian Karate enthusiast and avid sandwich eater, he’s working on building resolve and perseverance. Watch as Jeff Nil attempts to conquer all kinds of obstacles to become a lean, mean Christian Karate machine. He’s pretty sure he is the best thing to happen to Christianity since Chuck Norris.
When inspiration (or the new year) comes, we create a goal or resolution that we cannot wait to accomplish. Often though, just a few days or weeks into the process, we abandon our efforts because we feel burdened and overwhelmed by our goal. This video is a reminder that any progress is good and that the hardest journeys are fulfilled by taking one small step at a time.
Bob’s got his list of resolutions that he’s convinced will make his life better, but his friend Jim isn’t buying it.