What if you looked back at your past New Year’s resolutions? What would you discover about yourself? Watch as several people sit down with their old journals, diaries, and resolutions to realize what they’ve done and what has been left undone.
It’s easy to feel like our life is a mess. It can be easy to lose hope…but change has come. Remember that Jesus overcame the world and he wants to make something beautiful out of our lives! He wants to make your life His Masterpiece.
Tommy and Eddie are back to give you four nuggets of wisdom for the New Year. Well, that and Tommy really just wants to discover the meaning of “gluten.” Great to kick off your services in the New Year.
It’s not about being a good person. It’s about being like Jesus. This video challenges each of us to reflect on and examine how we live each day…and how we love others. This download includes a PDF resource / handout for your group.
God creates and completes. All through the bible we see God starting and finishing. A new year brings new energy to start. Some of us want to lose weight, others of us want to read the bible in a year, others want to spend more time with their family. Most of us though, give up before the clock strikes midnight. Get the “skinny on” how to live out resolutions and experience change in your life.
Ever feel frustrated with your waistline, bank balance, family dynamic or unmet objectives? Does the approach of January on the calendar make you want to chuck it all and start all over? In this honest video, several people wrestle with the desire to set goals, make a change, and start the New Year on the right foot.
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?
It’s a new year. And you want it to be better than the last. Well, the best thing you can do is just give up! That’s right. Just give up. A great opener or sermon starter for your New Year’s and January services
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.
Was last year everything you hoped it would be? Many of us have regrets about the things we did, or even things we didn’t do. But, God is the God of new beginnings and second chances. This New Years mini-movie will remind your congregation to focus their eyes on Jesus in the new year, and let Him take care of everything else. That may sound like a simplistic approach to life, but isn’t that how Jesus taught us to live? This fun and uplifting New Years video will work great as a worship intro, sermon introduction, or as an opener for your New Years sermon.
This year has seen a lot. We’ve seen fear and we’ve seen peace. We’ve see hate and love. We’ve seen heartache and joy. Through it all, God has remained faithful. He has not forsaken us. AS we begin a new year, let us renew our focus on God. Let us seek His glory. Let us dwell in His courts.
Start the New Year with this prayer for guidance, understanding, and renewal. Based on Psalm 119: 33-40 and Psalm 51:10.
As moms, we may think that we aren’t creating enough special moments for our families. But the small moments can stick with them more than we know.
The start of a new year can be an exciting time, as we think about all the amazing plans that God has in store for His people. Use this new year’s mini-movie to encourage your church to renew their commitment to Christ and His plans. The upbeat song featured in this new years video is titled “This Is My Year” and is performed by Tim McMorris.
We all want to be great, but it seems like sometimes we’re okay with just “good”. Tommy and Eddie remind us that we have such a short time on this planet to be all that God has called us to be.
Going into the new year, many will make resolutions to get into shape, take up a new hobby, or accomplish something from their bucket list. However, in making such resolutions, they overlook the most important thing in their life - their relationship with Jesus Christ. Use this simple, but powerful, video as a reminder that the most important thing to focus on in the new year is Jesus. This mini-movie will work great as a worship intro, sermon introduction, or as an opener for your New Years sermon.
A happy year - it’s something we’d all like to have. However, we must look beyond our circumstances in our pursuit of happiness. This video is a prayer to God, seeking strengthened faith rather than an easy path in life
It’s a new year. Some of us are excited, some dread the thought. Some will struggle to make this the best year ever, some will just try to survive. But what does God want for you this year? Using Joshua 1:7-9, this New Year’s mini-movie can be used to encourage your congregation to make this year God’s year.
Now that Christmas is over, the work of Christmas begins. Jesus came to this world and gave us the perfect example of how we are to live our lives. Inspire your congregation to go into the world and reflect Jesus to those in need. Great for the Sunday after Christmas or any New Year’s service. Based on an excerpt from Howard Thurman’s book, The Mood of Christmas.
What if we refused to let last year define us? Endless possibilities await for the new year.
In this New Year’s Edition of the “Very Special” series, kids talk about their resolutions, dreams, God’s desire to change us, and why we should never give up. Their precious thoughts will bring laughter, encouragement, and inspiration to your church as you look to the New Year.
The world is a cruel place…but it doesn’t have to be. This video will challenge you to live your life with an awareness of others. It’s not about being a good person. It’s about being like Jesus. This download includes a PDF resource / handout for your group.
This video is a plea to today’s Church to take its rightful place as the steward of the gospel. We can no longer be restrained by either our excuses or sins. It’s our time to rise up and serve a watching world.
A powerful mini-movie based on 2 Corinthians 5:17.
Meet Jeff Nil. Christian Karate enthusiast and avid sandwich eater, he’s working on building resolve and perseverance. Watch as Jeff Nil attempts to conquer all kinds of obstacles to become a lean, mean Christian Karate machine. He’s pretty sure he is the best thing to happen to Christianity since Chuck Norris.
When inspiration (or the new year) comes, we create a goal or resolution that we cannot wait to accomplish. Often though, just a few days or weeks into the process, we abandon our efforts because we feel burdened and overwhelmed by our goal. This video is a reminder that any progress is good and that the hardest journeys are fulfilled by taking one small step at a time.
After December, let’s not forget that Christmas really happened. Jesus Christ still lives today.
When God chisels the dead weight out of our lives it can be quite painful. In this new high quality, remastered version of their most requested skit, Tommy and Eddie give a very creative look at a typical Christian having to go through the process of discipline.
The writer of Ephesians says “For we are God’s workmanship” (Eph. 2:10). Elsewhere we’re described as a “poem.” God views us as being his original masterpiece.
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Bob’s got his list of resolutions that he’s convinced will make his life better, but his friend Jim isn’t buying it.
When you get near the end of your life will you regret all the things you never did? In this skit, “Bill” and “Charlie” look back over their lives with two different perspectives. It’s never too late to do something to make the world a better place. Which one will your life be more like?
Demon Dan, a former pro-wrestler, is now a youth speaker with a message of how to “run the race”. With the help of Jr. Higher, Stevie Stevenson, Dan illustrates the challenges of running that race.
In several funny scenes the Guys show many reasons people don’t follow God completely. Sometimes it’s excuses, sometimes it’s procrastination, and sometimes it may be you.