Frank and his family have no problem asking their neighbor for help with a picture…but it never crossed Frank’s mind to invite him to their church’s Easter services. Watch this get uncomfortable really fast.
It’s the week after Easter, and we’ve just received the best news ever. The news that Jesus has risen. What should we do with the best news ever? Well, after Easter, Jesus gave us the Great Commission. He said that we should go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them and teaching them everything He had commanded. It can be very comfortable sitting inside the four walls of the church, but that was not Jesus’ command. His mission for us is to go, preach, baptize, and make disciples in His name. Use ‘After Easter Mission’ to remind your church about the greatest mission ever, the Great Commission.
This bright, energetic welcome mini-movie is great for introducing new visitors to your congregation. It emphasizes the commands of Christ to love God and love others, then describes a typical service experience with worship and bible teaching. Finally, it explores the idea of church beyond the service with prayer, serving, outreach and small groups – a persistent community supporting each other through life’s journey.
A golf “announcer” finally gets an invite to church that he’s been waiting for, but it might cost the golfer the winning shot and lunch. Remember, inviting friends to church doesn’t have to be awkward.
After Easter, Jesus continued to minister on this planet for another 40 days before He ascended into Heaven. During that time, he opened the disciple’s eyes. He opened their minds to understand scripture. And, most importantly, after Easter he gave His church the Great Commission. With this new mission for the church, he tells each of us to go tell the world, to go make disciples, to go serve, and to go share God’s love. During this time after easter, Jesus also gave us a promise - to be with us always, as we go. This video will make a great illustration for preaching on the Great Commission the week after easter.
We can all get so busy and self-absorbed, that we overlook the hurting people all around us who need to be introduced to Jesus. Easter is a very special time, when the unchurched are open to accepting an invite to visit your church. Use this powerful video to remind your congregation about the need to invite their family, friends, and neighbors to your church’s Easter Services. This Easter invite video will make a great introduction to a sermon about the great commission,evangelism, or outreach.
This fun, quirky invite video features brightly colored text message bubbles and describes the changes you can make with just 46 characters: your home, your relationship status, your vehicle, or just about anything! Toward the end, it encourages the viewer to try using 46 characters to change someone’s life with these words “Hey, want to come with me to church this week?”
Inviting friends or neighbors to Church is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Floyd Gobbler demonstrates that he will Say Anything to extend an invitation.
Use this fun and upbeat video to promote your Fall Festival, Harvest Celebration, or Halloween alternative. Its contemporary autumn design will help you grab the attention of children and young families. Encourage your members to invite their friends and family to your church’s Fall Festival Event.
The invitations that matter the most come from people who are invested in our lives. Use this mini-movie to encourage your church to invite someone they care about to church.
After inviting friends to church for Easter, it’s natural to relax in the success of our seasonal outreach. Let this After Easter invite video help encourage your congregation to not let the conversation - and invitation - end.
This is a lighthearted skit- a radio call in show, featuring Tommy’s many (and sometimes strange) personalities, about using God’s phone number, Jeremiah 33:3, when we’re hurting. If nothing else- Eddie cannot seem to keep a straight face!
Christ’s death and resurrection means that we are invited to join God in his plan to redeem this broken world. It’s not just a wishful idea; it’s a call to every follower of Jesus to change the world.
Following up with those who visited your congregation during a weekend or midweek service is an essential part of church practice. Of course, there are effective ways to follow up with visitors…and not-so-effective ways. Guess which one The Skit Guys depict in this scene?