A simple Sunday school lesson on the different kinds of love doesn’t go so smoothly for substitute teacher Mr. Drummond when he’s challenged on every point by the cantankerous Little Billy.
As much as we talk about and consider love, we rarely get it right. But God does, in every way. Watch this powerful tribute to God’s perfect love.
The Skit Guys deliver a special message about God’s love. While it may include using some artistic license and an ill-advised falsetto, have no fear because they get there eventually.
Sometimes we wonder how moms do it. From dirty diapers, to cheering on the next Rembrandt…they seem to just see things differently. Our moms see us differently. Watch as two dads get a glimpse at the way moms view the world…and then realize that it goes way beyond what they see. Perfect for Mother’s Day.
No good conversation ever began with the words, “Those jeans make you look like your mom.” Communicating love is key to a good relationship. Unfortunately for Todd, he has to learn that the hard way (like most of us). Great video for Valentine’s Day or services focusing on relationships.
Sometimes we look for love in all the wrong places. Find out what we can learn about true love from pinboards, hand made lint sweaters and a lump of clay. It’s time to step away from the half-hearted attempts at showing our love. This year remember…the greatest of these is love.
Do you like me? Check Yes or No. Often, our insecurities cause us to question if we are truly loved by someone. This video reminds us that even in our lowest points, God has already declared His love for us and that will never change.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife. Includes: Director’s Cut 6.5 min, Short Cut 4 min, and a Two Part Cut.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wife-whisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.
It’s Easter…a day to worship our Savior and ignite our hearts
in praise to Jesus. Death has been defeated, the grave has lost its sting. Love has won! Today, let us shout from the mountaintops, in one loud voice, Jesus is alive!
KEYWORDS: Easter, resurrection, risen, savior, jesus, cross, sacrifice, h
During Lent, we journey into the wilderness with Jesus. We come face to face with the desert of our sin and we repent, pray, fast, and give. We do these things so we may find Christ’s path and follow him out of the wilderness and into the glory of His resurrection. Perfect for Ash Wednesday services or any Lent themed service.
Jesus said that one commandment was greater than all the others: To love. Love God, love your neighbor, even love your enemies. It was a commandment with no exceptions. A perfect mini-movie for any sermon on the topic of love. Based on Matthew 5:43-48, John 13:34-35, and Mark 12:29-30. Featuring the art of Jim Lepage.
Love is what the world seeks in all the wrong places. But, true love is an action, not a feeling. It’s found in sacrifice, not selfishness. It is patient, not demanding. Doesn’t hurt others, but casts out fear. Real love was born in a stable and seen at the cross. True love carries us through the highs and the lows. True love is Jesus. This mini-movie will make a great addition to your worship service for Valentine’s Day or when your church service is focused on the topic of love.
Combining several favorite scriptures about love (1 John 4:16, John 3:16, 1 Corinthians 13, 1 John 4:11), this fresh mini-movie features voices and languages from across the world. It reminds us that God’s love is for the whole world, not just the part of it that we see. Perfect for a message about Valentine’s Day, Love, Salvation, Community.
Love is a powerful thing. It can change hearts and change eternities. Love is what God has given us and asks us to give away. Love is God’s gift of His Son. Love is truly a powerful thing.
THEME: Valentine’s Day, Love
What is love? Is it a feeling or experience? Is it emotional or physical? How do you define it? Scripture gives us the perfect definition of love. Take a look at the biblical roadmap for loving as Jesus loved.
What would it take for us to get Christmas right this year? Maybe we would be able to focus more on Jesus if we got rid of everything else… or could we somehow learn to see Jesus in all of the ways that we celebrate the Christmas season?
This powerful mini-movie reminds us that when Jesus sent His disciples out to share the Gospel, He sent them into all the world—to reach all people, no matter where they were from, what language they spoke, or what they looked like.
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we see a father welcome home his son, who has thrown away his inheritance. In this inspirational retelling of their story, we hear what may have been going on in the minds of the father and the son.
We live in a time of great division. Lines have been drawn regarding race and gender. Those with less are looked down on by those with more. Many assume the worst about a person based on the color of their skin or the history of their heritage. But, God’s Word is clear about these divisions. It’s clear about discrimination and racism. Salvation through Jesus is available for people of every nation, tribe and tongue. Each one of us, no matter our history or heritage has been created in His image. This is what God sees…the question is; what do you see?
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we see a father welcome home his son, who has thrown away his inheritance. This extended mini-movie is an inspirational retelling of their story, where we hear what may have been going on in the minds of the father and the son.
In Jesus we are a new creation, free from the penalty of sin. Redeemed, renewed, restored and loved beyond measure. We were bought with a price…we are His!
We’re living in a world where communication happens at the tap of a send button and the light of screens fill our bedrooms at night. But what happens when a husband and wife unplug from their technology and are actually present with each other? This mini-movie is a perfect setup for a message on communication and being present in a marriage.
Unplugging is part of our Love and Marriage bundle, with four mini-movies that are perfect to accompany a message series or retreat on marriage.
When a husband and wife have a fight it leads to harsh words and hurt feelings. Years of not saying what they really mean and avoiding conflict has built up to this point where the truth comes out, and it’s not pretty. This mini-movie shows an all-too-real situation married couples can find themselves in when communication breaks down, and is an ideal complement to a message on conflict.
What does it take to build a strong relationship with healthy communication? How about a game show! In this mini-movie, a married couple that lacks the skills for good communication are suddenly on a game show where they must learn to talk to each other positively, get their point across, and show that they care through what they say (and how they say it). This is a great way to set up a message on communication.
That’s So Mature is part of our Love and Marriage bundle, with four mini-movies that are perfect to accompany a message series or retreat on marriage.
Marriage has its challenges. You could even say there are days when it feels like a TV drama. In this mini-movie, a couple has their “day in court” to work through their conflicts and frustrations. See what happens when they stop to listen to each other and discover they’re both responsible for the struggles in their relationship. An ideal setup for a message on conflict resolution.
Court of Conflict is part of our Love and Marriage bundle, with four mini-movies that are perfect to accompany a message series or retreat on marriage.
Jesus taught a powerful truth to His Disciples. He taught that following Him meant denying yourself and taking up your cross. That truth still stands as a cornerstone of our faith today, challenging us to live in selfless surrender to our Savior.
This year, take a moment to thank God and honor our Dads for everything they are in our lives!
Our moms give of themselves every day. This mini movie is a simple acknowledgement of their sacrifice and expression of our love for them.
Around the world there are hundreds of ways to say “Mom”. Countless spellings and pronunciations. But there is one way that is universal, one word that says “Mom” more than any other. That word is “LOVE”! How do you say Mom?
This Mother’s Day, celebrate Mom for all she is and let her know how honored and cherished she truly is. Today, we give thanks to God for our Mom!
Taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection, this powerful call to worship challenges us to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus at Easter…His sacrifice, His mercy, His victory and our redemption!
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.
We all know that marriage is hard work. But the payoff is worth it! The Love and Marriage bundle includes four mini-movies that address the challenges of conflict, communication, and more. This bundle is perfect to accompany a message series or retreat on marriage. Mini-movies included are: Court of Conflict, That’s So Mature, The Fight, and Unplugging.
Carrie and Melinda are here to give the guys the 411 on not just how to survive Valentine’s Day, but win Valentine’s Day. Like a boss.
In 1st Corinthians 13, Scripture makes a powerful statement about love. Within these verses we learn about the true nature of love the way God created it to be. We learn of its strength and faithfulness…it’s grace and compassion. We learn love, in its purest form, protects, trusts, hopes and perseveres. Love never fails!
This world has a very unhealthy view of love. But, Jesus told His disciples, “A new command I give to you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.” Jesus is our example of what love should be. And, because God loves us, we can love our friends, neighbors, and even our enemies. Use this uplifting mini-movie before Valentine’s Day or anytime you are preaching on the topic of “love”. It will also work great during your Valentine’s Banquet or any other special Valentine’s Day program.
By sending His only Son into the world, God showed us the ultimate example of love. A love without hesitation, A love which knows no bounds. A love that changed the world. Do you love the way God does?
Love is a many splendored thing… or so the song goes. But what is love, really? Hear from people with a variety of perspectives, including new love, stale love, unrequited love, and lifelong love.
Love is a powerful thing. It can change a heart, change a life and change an eternity. Love shows us God’s character and show us what we are called to be. Do you love?
The sanctity of human life is a heavily debated topic in our society. However, the real issue is not “choice”, but instead “the origin of life”. According to Acts 17:25, God is the one who gives life and breath to everything. Each life has a purpose and worth beyond measure, because he or she was lovingly created by our Heavenly Father. Defend the powerless and speak for those who have no voice. Share this vitally important message on Sanctity of Life Sunday or anytime that you are preaching on the topics of right to life, abortion, the pro-life movement, or the sanctity of life.
Love is a life changer. It can mend the broken hearted, comfort the needy, reach the discarded and change eternity. Love is God defined…the manifestation of His character. Love is what God has called us to be. This is love.
Perfect for New Yearís, this powerful mini-movie describes the many changes that could occur in the future. Changes to nations, economies, health, work, family & more. But despite change and uncertainty, our God remains the same. Utilizes bold text and colorful abstract graphics to speak a message of hope, grace and love.
The word “nativity” comes from the Latin word meaning “to be born”, and truly the nativity is the birthplace of hope. With this beautifully fresh perspective that links the story of creation to the Christmas story, we are reminded that the good news began when God spoke and created, beginning the greatest love story of all time.
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!
As we prepare our hearts and souls for the arrival of the Christ child, we focus on the themes of Advent: hope, love, joy, peace, and Christ. These thought-provoking and beautiful videos will fit into your Advent services as sermon introductions or to provide a time of reflection during worship.
You are our strength, our guide, our comforter. You give forgiveness, love, and redemption. Thank you for your Spirit, thank you for your Son. You are worthy of our praise. An upbeat mini-movie for your Thanksgiving and Fall services.
In all the noise of the election season, it’s easy for us to lose sight of what we’re called to as followers of Jesus. Use this video to remind your congregation of the one true King and our role in this world.
Based on Psalm 139, “Even There” is a moving video about God’s overwhelming presence and His love, protection and care over His children.
Everywhere we go, we are surrounded by people. People who were created by God. People made with a purpose. People made in the image of our Heavenly Father. Yet most of them don’t know Jesus. We walk through life with this wonderful gift of Salvation, but do we share it with those around us? People matter to God. The question is, do they matter to you?