Psalm 66 is a powerful call to all the Earth, to shout for joy and sing the glory of the great name of God!
This worship opener encourages believers to lift their voices and join with a song that has been sung throughout the ages, a song of praise to the Creator of all.
Psalm 96 is a powerful call to all creation to worship God, to rejoice before Him and give Him the honor and glory He deserves.
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.
This powerful worship introduction mini-movie is based on scripture passages from Isaiah 42. It speaks of God, the creator of the heavens, calling us to reach out to our world and follow him in victory. Beautiful scenes matching each verse combine with modern graphics and upbeat soundtrack to create a huge amount of energy for worship. Features mountains, oceans, cities, storms & more! Some footage courtesy of Jonathan Mitchell.
Prepare your congregation for worship with this powerful worship intro mini-movie, which quotes select passages from Psalm 34. Your church will be ready for worship after being encouraged by uplifting scripture and seeing amazing time-lapse footage of God’s creation. Add this incredible worship intro video to your church media library today. Taste and see that the Lord is good!
We are inclined to seek large, spectacular signs and wonders, but God has always revealed Himself through small, seemingly insignificant things. Great in the Small is a poignant reminder that God does amazing things with the smallest of moments. Perfect for services with a focus on faith and humility.
Based on Psalm 119: 33-40 and Psalm 51:10, this mini-movie is a prayer for guidance, understanding, and renewal.
“My mouth will speak the praise of the Lord.” Captured on a hike in the Rocky Mountains, these beautiful images accompany the powerful words of praise found in this deeply-loved psalm.
With gorgeous late-fall images, this brief Thanksgiving worship starter asks, “Shouldn’t we wait and see what winter brings before offering our thanks to God?” Of course not! We give thanks not only for what God has given already but without fear of what might come. Courageous faith propels our gratitude to the God who will not fail to provide.
Based on Colossians 3:1-4, Psalm 27:13, and Psalm 123:1, this worship starter will encourage your congregation to lift their eyes from the worthless distractions of the world to worship the One who keeps our real lives with Him.