This Christmas series is an amazing tool that will help prepare your church in celebration of our coming savior. Not only that, but if your church follows Advent, this series can complement each Sunday.
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.
From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, Jesus goes from being ushered in like a king to being crucified like a criminal and then ultimately overcoming the grave. Watch as people close to Jesus recount his final week. The video pack includes all 5 videos (Andrew and Philip, Mary of Bethany, Malchus, Simon of Cyrene and Salome) as well 5 different slides, sermon helps, a countdown and artwork that you can use for promotional materials, programs or whatever else you want to create.
It was a night that no one would forget. The night the Christ Child was born. Watch as we hear reflections on that night from Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth, The Inn Keeper, A Wiseman, A Shepherd. Each invited to take part in the birth of the world’s savior. Includes all 6 videos, 6 scripts, Sermon Guides, Artwork, Motion & Still backgrounds and a Countdown.
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.
As we celebrate Easter morning, Mary Magdalene recounts her experience of arriving at the empty tomb and finding Jesus alive. When He asks her to tell the others that He is alive, she finds herself overwhelmed with the reality that He did what he said he would—He is risen. He is the Messiah. The King of kings.
This mini-movie from the Easter bundle, Who Do You Say I Am?, celebrates the good news that the tomb is empty on Easter morning.
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.”
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.
When Mary was visited by the angel she found herself in God’s favor and overcome with so many emotions. As she is called to provide, see how Mary responds to the words of the angel—words that changed everything.
Remind your community that the power of the resurrection is the same power that can help them to overcome loss, defeat, doubt, and death. Perfect for Easter Sunday, and designed to work with our Easter Invite video, Good News (hyperlink to video).
We can all relate to that “I have to tell someone!” feeling we get when we receive exciting news. Good News is not only an encouragement to invite others to experience Easter Sunday with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.
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.
If we want our modern Christmas celebrations to make sense, we need to go back to the starting point. Take your congregation on the journey.
An innkeeper struggles with whether or not to turn away Mary and Joseph.
Mary and Joseph both have their eyes to the future, but about very different things. Watch as Mary struggles to tell Joseph about the future God has in store for their family. Part of the “Our Coming Savior” Christmas series.
Let us join with Mary & Joseph, The Angels, The Shepherds, and the Wise Men to celebrate, proclaim, and worship Jesus. Great for Christmas Eve.
Her brother had been raised from the dead. Her family was friends with Jesus. Watch as Mary talks about anointing Jesus’ feet with oil. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for the Wednesday night of Holy Week service.
Watch as Mary Salome recounts her Easter Sunday. An empty tomb, guards silenced, and angels proclaiming. Her sandals just couldn’t carry her fast enough. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for Easter Morning. Includes a short version and long version.
An illustration of the hope we have in Jesus, the true gift of Christmas, told with light, sand, and an artist’s hand.
Sometimes we need to experience the same world-changing story, told in a different way. Musical underscore is “Hallelujah”, performed by Future of Forestry.
Most of us can relate to a child’s anticipation on the night before Christmas, excited about the next morning’s gifts. In this mini movie, we relate that very sense of anticipation of wonderful gifts to come with the emotions that Mary must have felt the night before Jesus was born. The whole world looked forward to the gift of His arrival, and suddenly, He was here. Perfect for any Christmas service, especially Christmas Eve.
Watch as Mary discovers that Christ really will change everything.
Watch as Joseph struggles to understand why God would choose him to be Christ’s earthly father.
Watch as the InnKeeper comes to realize why his mother always told him to make room.