Eddie is trying to take down the Christmas lights from his house, but is that just a symbol of what he’s trying to do with Jesus?
God loved us so much, He sent His Son to die our death and carry our burden. Sin was defeated by grace, darkness was overcome by light and death was destroyed by life eternal.
This Easter short-film speaks of rocks, hills, and fields crying out on Easter morning, “Jesus is Alive! He has risen just as he said!” These powerful phrases are matched with beautiful aerial footage, an energetic soundtrack, and a presentation of the gospel message, encouraging the viewer to lay down their burdens and receive the gift of salvation. Closes on a view of the empty tomb at sunrise with the light of Christ pouring out.
Over 2000 years ago a light was given to us, but it was not meant only for us. It was a gift to be shared with the world. Using scripture from John 8:12 and Isaiah 9:2, this mini movie is designed specifically for your Christmas Eve service. A version without the voiceover is also available.
Three children in dire circumstances prepare for an honored guest. Set to the text of Isaiah 9, this mini movie encourages us to wonder anew at the strange and beautiful arrival of our Savior. A good fit for any Christmas service, especially Christmas Eve.
“I’m not out here on my own. The Lord is my shepherd.” Based on the much-loved psalm, this worship mini movie encourages us to rest in the watchful care of our loving God.
Jesus’s presence is constant and available but it must be sought out. This was true for the shepherds and wisemen and it’s true for us today. Through his Holy Spirit he draws near to those who draw near to him and he promises that those who seek will find him.
This prayer from Romans 15:13 is designed to use at the end of a service, sending your congregation out with an encouragement to trust our good God in the coming week and walk in hope, joy and peace with him.