We all have our Christmas traditions. Some are good, some…not so good. Watch as this cast of characters tells the meaning they find in Christmas, then watch as Tommy shares a true story about a powerful realization he had one Christmas.
Do you ever feel that God is nowhere near and can’t understand your pain? Over 2000 years ago, Jesus, God’s Son, came into the world, not as royalty but as a baby born in a stable full of muck and animals. In this video Tommy reminds us with powerful imagery of the sacrifice that Jesus made by humbling himself to become one of us. It was a dirty job and he didn’t have to do it…but the world is changed because he did.
Looking for the perfect addition to your Christmas or Advent program? Tommy and Eddie have the perfect video for you! Get this new video of “The Innkeeper’s Dilemma”, which tells the story of Stuart, an innkeeper, and his quest to find meaning in his life. Along the way, he encounters a guest, a shepherd, and a wise man who help him see that God has provided purpose in the little baby that has been born in the stable. Stuart (Eddie James) tells the story of the strange night at the inn as he encounters the different characters (Tommy Woodard) that detail the biblical story of Christ’s birth.
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?
Today we celebrate the day grace was born. Jesus, this precious gift of God who would change our eternity. That day in Bethlehem found mercy in a manger, love come to life and hope restored. Today we honor, today we praise, today we worship and adore.
Follow the hand-drawn lines through the classic elements of the Christmas story projected large over a starry night sky. Use our music track (“Silent Night” by Future of Forestry) or turn down the volume and play live music over the visuals.
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.
Based on the original poem by Placide Cappeau, this Christmas mini-movie features beautiful handmade artwork (by Joe Cavazos) coupled with a dramatic reading (by Rob Ricotta) of the words that inspired the famous carol. Powerful music (by Roary) compliments the piece. Includes a brilliant star, wise men, manger, the nativity, a call to worship, and ends with the line “His Power and Glory Evermore Proclaim.”
We were all lost in darkness and captive to sin. But, God had a plan called Christmas. He would send His Son, our Savior, into the world. Using a faithful young woman, who trusted God without question, in the most humble of circumstances. He was born to bring good news and give sight to the blind. He was born to die, so that we might be saved. And, because of His resurrection, we can all find salvation through Him by faith. Use this Worship Intro video during the Christmas season to encourage your church to worship Him in spirit and in truth. He is our Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. Give Him praise this Christmas!
Listen! Can you hear the angels singing? Glory to the Newborn King! This mini-movie paraphrases a well-known Christmas hymn and is great as an introduction to a time of worship for a Christmas service.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s more than family get togethers, presents under the tree and lights hanging on the house. Christmas is about God reaching down from Heaven. It’s about the birth of Jesus, our Savior. It’s about the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. Christmas is about grace and the promise of eternity. Simply put, Christmas is about Jesus.
This Christmas, celebrate the miracle of God coming to redeem us. He did not send an angel or prophet, but He came himself. After 400 years of silence, in the fullness of time, God came in flesh, born in the most humble of conditions. Create a worshipful atmosphere during Christmas by taking a fresh look at the nativity. This powerful Christmas mini-movie will make a great worship intro at the beginning of your Christmas services, or a moving opening to your sermon during the Christmas season.
Born with no fanfare, in the humblest of settings; and yet born to change the world forever. Celebrate the birth of Jesus with this service starter for your Christmas or Christmas Eve gatherings. Using scripture from Luke 1:31 and Luke 2:11, this mini-movie works great as a worship intro or sermon illustration for your December services.
From seven different perspectives comes the story of one baby whose arrival would forever change the world. The Way in a Manger is perfect for connecting your congregation with the reality of the birth of Christ, as told by Simeon, Joseph, Herod, the Magi, the Innkeeper, Mary, and a Shepherd.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s a time to stop and remember the amazing grace of God, the birth of The Messiah and the grace God has shown us through Him. This Christmas, may the world see Christmas for what it truly is…a celebration of our Savior, the only Son of God.
Let us join with Mary & Joseph, The Angels, The Shepherds, and the Wise Men to celebrate, proclaim, and worship Jesus. Great for Christmas Eve.
This powerful Christmas mini-movie reminds us that as we celebrate the baby Jesus, the manger, and the joy of this season, we should remember that Jesus did not remain a baby. He became our healer, our teacher, our sacrifice, and our salvation a profound reason to celebrate the birth of a child! Alternate spelling (saviour) is available.
With moving music and contemporary graphics, this Christmas mini-movie will create an atmosphere of worship at the beginning of your Christmas or Christmas Eve Service. This video’s message reminds us that the baby in the manger was the promised Messiah, the great Emmanuel (God with us)! Focusing on Jesus’ deity, power, and majesty will create a spirit of worship in the hearts of your congregation this Christmas.
A meditation on Christ’s birth through the lens of the cross. Based on a sermon by Tim Keller.
This is a powerful and dramatic worship intro for the Christmas season based on Isaiah 7:14 and Isaiah 9:6. Spanish version of “Let Us Worship Christ”.
Follow a series of animated sketches depicting the nativity story.