In 1776, a nation was founded on radical ideas. As a country, we continue to strive for justice and freedom for all. A great video to show your congregation as we celebrate the birth of our country.
Watch Tommy and Eddie debate the significance of Independence Day. You probably had no idea that space aliens, general contractors and fireworks all play into the 4th of July. Eddie finally straightens out Tommy’s ideas. Great service opener.
In celebrating America, we must first celebrate the author of our freedom. A great video to lead your congregation in prayer and thanksgiving for our nation.
America’s founding fathers envisioned a new nation that would become the land of the free and the home of the brave. On July 4th (Independence Day), we celebrate that freedom with fireworks, picnics, and baseball games. But, this video reminds us that true freedom comes from God, and that all of America’s blessings come from God. Let’s celebrate America, on July 4th, because “God shed His grace on thee”.
There are so many ways to illustrate our freedom, and none more powerful than what happened on the cross of Jesus. Works great for Independence Day, or any other patriotic day.
We live in a Nation which has slowly forgotten the principles on which it was founded. We have lost our foundation of faith. We enjoy living in freedom, but have lost sight of where that freedom comes from. Our prayer today is for our Nation to return to its roots. Our hope is for America to remember its dependence on God.
Our great nation was founded on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As we celebrate our independence, let us not forget our dependence on God, our foundation of faith and our need for His hand to guide us.
Use this powerful video on Memorial Day, Veterans Day, or Independence Day to honor the men and women who have selflessly defended our nation. It features a powerful message given by President Ronald Reagan during his first Inaugural Address on January 20, 1981. This video works great as a sermon introduction on the topics of sacrifice and freedom or as an illustration for special holidays such as Memorial Day, Independence Day (July 4), or Veterans Day.
Featuring a powerful rendition of Amazing Grace, the message and images in this video remind us of the amazing sacrifice given to protect our freedom. This Memorial Day or Independence Day (July 4th), remember those who have paid the ultimate price so that we can live free. Memorial Day or Independence Day (July 4th) are wonderful times to use this mini-movie to complement your worship service. Pay honor and respect to the veterans who have given so much. Their sacrifice reminds us that freedom is not free.
Creation is longing for the fullness of God, waiting eagerly for everything to be made new, when we will live in freedom unlike any we’ve known. Based on Romans 8:18-25
This Independence Day, celebrate America’s Christian foundation, her ingenuity, strength, and the many blessings bestowed by God. Featuring a powerful message and inspiring images, this July 4th mini-movie tells the story of God’s work, through pilgrims and patriots, to create a new nation that would bring Him glory. As Psalm 33:12 reads, ““Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD.” This video will work great at the beginning of your worship service on Independence Day weekend or before your message on the topics of freedom or America’s Christian heritage.
Tommy and Eddie have a problem: they don’t know what to get America for her birthday. Watch as they enlist the help of the most American of Americans for a brainstorming session about what they should do for a Independence Day celebration.
Every year on July 4th we get together and celebrate our nation’s independence. But in John 8:31-36, Jesus talks of a different freedom. One that can only be found in Him. A great sermon opener for an Independence Day service.
While freedom is a value we hold as people and nations, its fullest and most liberating expression comes from God. Citing inspirational passages of Scripture, this video shows that the ultimate form of freedom is revealed in God’s Word - and made possible by His Son.
Freedom, liberty. It’s something we celebrate, something we take pride in, something we have struggled so hard for and have so strongly defended. But true freedom, we don’t have to fight for, we just have to accept it from Christ.
Celebrating the historical legacy of freedom remains one of our most important traditions. Knowing why we celebrate freedom is even more important: because it’s what God created us to be, a gift He freely gave us, but is only preserved at the highest cost.
As believers, we celebrate freedoms that go beyond rights and borders. The prayer in this mini movie praises God for our freedoms in Christ and asks for his help not to squander those freedoms in serving self, but to spend every ounce of freedom we’ve been give following after him.
A prayer of thanksgiving to God for America and the freedoms that we have been given. Beginning with Psalm 33:12, this mini-movie can be used as an intro to open your service, as a sermon illustration to set up a sermon on liberty, or as a benediction to close your service. Perfect for Independence Day and July 4th related services.
Crayon drawings animate funny and touching real-life responses from boys and girls as they talk about the 4th of July - from how we celebrate it, to how our country began, and to the importance of the freedoms we now share.
In this patriotic video, a father expresses the hope that his American boy will pledge himself first to the Lord while living free in the land of the brave.
Every July 4th we celebrate our freedom with picnics, fireworks and all things red, white and blue. This Independence Day, take a step back and reflect on what freedom really means to you.
Based on an oft quoted adage, this moving tribute explores where the greatness of the United States is found.
Music by Page CXVI.
God has made us free. This freedom is an amazing gift and a great responsibility. Based on Galatians 5:13
When contemplating freedom, many different images come to mind. Ultimately, though, only one image is most important – the cross.
Freedom has been a central element to America for more than two hundred years. We fight for freedom often. We exercise our freedom daily. We celebrate our freedom continuously. All the while, thankful we come from a land that is free.
A man reflects on why he puts up the American flag and the freedom it symbolizes.
A father reminisces a trip to Washington D.C. where his son learned the cost of freedom.
It’s the classic July 4th cookout, and two buddies are discussing how God has blessed America while over-prepping the grill.