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.
In this humorous yet sentimental Thanksgiving video, we are reminded that no matter how messy our lives get, we should always be thankful for God’s goodness.
Adapted from “What’s So Amazing About Grace?”(© 1997) by popular Christian author Philip Yancey, Prodigal is a relatable telling of the well-known parable used by Jesus to show us who God is and how God loves. In this picture of extravagant grace, we learn that there is no catch to this promise, no loophole to exclude us from Love. Featuring music from up and coming artist Sara Jackson-Holman, we believe Prodigal is the film your community will be talking about long after it’s over.
Your purchase of Prodigal includes the full-length film, as well as a shorter, narrated version.
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.
There is an unwavering need for us to cry out to God. A natural desire to sing His praises, declare His glory and lift high His name. Today, as we gather, let us worship God and God alone!
Today we exalt the Creator of all, the King of Kings. Today we surrender before His throne. Today we worship our Savior, our Redeemer and our Merciful Lord. Today we offer our all as we stand in awe of our God.
Thanksgiving is a day to spend in gratitude toward God. A day to remember His grace, mercy, love and Faithfulness. It’s a day to remember Jesus and thank Him for His sacrifice. Most of all, Thanksgiving is a day to worship our Great God and Savior.
Today belongs to Jesus. It’s a day he has made. A day for us to rejoice in Him and worship Him for all He is and all He has done. It’s a day to surrender and approach His throne with humility. It’s a day to praise the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Today and is His day!
Sometimes it’s difficult to see God in America. The principles on which we were founded are no longer the principles by which we live. Slowly, our nation has forgotten where its freedom came from. As election day approaches, many of us are filled with indecision. How do we make a choice when it’s so difficult to see the hand of God? The truth is, there are times when we simply need to pray and trust in God. Because, even in the chaos, He is sovereign, He is holy, He is faithful and He is Lord.
Based on Psalm 139, “Even There” is a moving video about God’s overwhelming presence and His love, protection and care over His children.
We serve an unequalled God. A God whose love is unfailing, faithfulness unrelenting and grace unstoppable. He is a God unending and undeniable. “UN” is a biblical look into the character of God, encouraging the viewer to open their Bibles and explore what it has to say about our unshakable God. It’s a great tool for a sermon series, small group or youth ministry.
Today we celebrate the matchless worth of our God. Today we honor the Lord of all creation. Today we gather in His presence, sing His praises and exalt our great God and King!
God has created each of us different. We all have our unique gifts and qualities. But there is one thing all of us have in common. God has created us to worship!
Fathers pour and invest and sacrifice. And when they do so, they reflect a God who invites us to call Him “Father”.
John The Baptist may have never set out to talk much, but listen as he describes ending up with a front row seat to the beginning of Jesus’s ministry.
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.
One of the greatest honors a dad could know would be his kids describing him as a “Man of God”. Day in and day out, they’re watching their dads…and the little things matter as much as the big things. Watch as three men live out their faith with their families.
Each of us can think of a time when we were faced with an important choice. ‘The Threshold’ connects with those moments of indecision and, using John 5:24, encourages viewers to follow Jesus with all of their hearts, as well as their steps.
Every last one of us needs God. This video reminds us that every hour of every day, we need God. We need his help, forgiveness and love. Watch as a variety of people wrestle with their needs and desires and ultimately rest in their need of God. Features the Matt Maher song, “Lord, I Need You” performed by Marcy Priest.
Do you love? Do you really live the biblical definition of love? This mini-movie, based on Mark 12:29-31 and 1 Corinthians 13:4-7, tells us what it means to love - the way God intended it.
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.
In this world we have distorted the meaning of love. This reflective mini-movie compares the world’s version of “love” to the perfect, immeasurable, everlasting love of God. Perfect as an intro to your time of worship, or to set up a sermon on love.
We can all stand and sing the words on the screen, but is something blocking our hearts from truly entering in to worship? This brief, reflective video will challenge your people to think about and adjust their readiness to praise God. Featuring the song “Doxology” from Page CXVI (pagecxvi.com).
God doesn’t need us. He is not dependent on anyone or anything. But what is amazing is that he loves us, and wants to commune with us, and wants us to be a part of what he is doing. It’s his invitation, his initiative alone. Based on Acts 17:24, 25.
When the storms of life roll in, where does your strength come from? Who do you turn to when everything spins out of control? You will have seasons of life that are stormy; watch this video for a reminder of who gives you your strength.
Wouldn’t it be great if God would just physically appear before us and sit and talk face to face? Since He doesn’t, people have managed to come up with a few different ways to express themselves to God so that they think they are impressing Him when all He really wants is for us to be real and honest and still. Watch this insightful video on prayer.
The Skit Guys illustrate three scenes from Jesus’ life as they demonstrate that Jesus was 100% man and 100% God.
When you think of worshiping idols, what comes to your mind? Golden calves? Giant statues? Here’s a sobering look from The Skit Guys at what we often look like when we bow down to our own idols.
Who do I marry? Am I supposed to take that job? Pepsi or Coke? Watch this video full of practical truth from The Skit Guys to find out how to know God’s will for your life.
In several funny scenes the Guys show many reasons people don’t follow God completely. Sometimes it’s excuses, sometimes it’s procrastination, and sometimes it may be you.