There is a question that Jesus asked his disciples—the most important question. One that resonates through history. A question that He asks each one of us: “Who Do You Say I Am?”
This new teaching experience is designed to help your congregation prepare for and celebrate this holy season of Easter. “Who Do You Say I Am” is a fully customizable experience. You can use it as a 5-week teaching series, a full-length Easter program, a Holy Week experience, or even as material for your small groups.
Included are 5 mini-movies that depict a variety of New Testament characters as they attempt to answer this life changing question. Or, if you prefer a live performance with your own drama team, the scripts for each mini-movie are included. The bundle also includes PDFs of sermon guides that will equip pastors to prepare sermons that have rich historical backgrounds and biblical precepts built in. Each week will give you a different take on the question, “Who do you say I am?”
You’ll also get sermon slides, stills, motion backgrounds, a countdown, original music, customizable artwork and promotional material to help you promote your “Who Do You Say I Am?” experience at your church.
Watch this series of vignettes that communicate the impact of Christ both before and after the Cross. This package is a profoundly moving and authentic way to prepare the hearts and minds of your congregation in advance of Easter.
Watch this series of eyewitness accounts that dramatically retell the course of Christ’s ministry leading up to his crucifixion. These videos will help your church prepare for Easter. They highlight major events in Christ’s life and how they impact people’s lives today.
The purchased package includes eight total videos: John the Baptist, Simon Peter, Temple Cleansing, Nicodemus, God’s Voice In the Thunder, Palm Sunday, Peter’s Denial, and Nobody But Jesus.
The package also includes supplemental materials like: 8 Weeks of Sermon Notes, a Countdown Video, a Motions Pack, a Stills Pack, Sermon Slides and Artwork for your church programs and promotion.
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.
What is Palm Sunday? The Skit Guys explain the history and significance of Palm Sunday as only they can. Get your church prepared to celebrate Holy Week!
On Palm Sunday, Jesus entered into Jerusalem as a King with crowds shouting praises to Him saying, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” Encourage your church to also praise Jesus as King this Palm Sunday. Encourage them to sing out, “Hosanna in the Highest” and “Hosanna to the King of Kings!” This mini-movie will help prepare the hearts of your church for worship on Palm Sunday.
Though he was blind, Bartimaeus could see that Jesus was more than just a great teacher. He believed and trusted that Jesus could heal his blindness when he shouted out to Jesus from the side of the road. As he recounts his story with his vision restored, Bartimaeus tells how he joined the crowds on Palm Sunday, shouting that Jesus is Hosanna in the highest.
The world believes that Easter is about chocolate bunnies, hunting eggs, and baskets. Who really needs that kind of Easter? But, the real Easter that Christians celebrate is about Jesus, redemption, life, and hope. Who needs that Easter? Well, everyone needs that Easter! So, let’s get the word out. Let’s share the Good News and invite our communities to come find out the true meaning of Easter. Remind your congregation to invite their friends, family, and neighbors using this Easter Invite mini-movie.
Use this mini-movie as a energetic and upbeat introduction to your time of worship on Palm Sunday.
Taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection, this powerful call to worship challenges us to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus at Easter…His sacrifice, His mercy, His victory and our redemption!
This energetic worship introduction is perfect for Palm Sunday or any time during the Easter season. Scripture verses from Zechariah, Matthew & Isaiah blend with stylized low-poly artwork depicting Jerusalem, Jesus riding on a donkey, palm branches, and ultimately the cross, pointing to salvation. Hosanna to the King of Kings!
As Holy Week begins, “Hosanna” is the cry of our hearts. Today, we worship a triumphant Messiah. A Savior willing to give everything to redeem our eternity. Today, we worship Jesus!
On Palm Sunday, Jesus rode a donkey toward the gates of Jerusalem while crowds of people were waving palm branches and shouting, “Hosanna”. But, the Pharisees were angry and told Jesus, “Quiet your people down.” Jesus replied, “If they keep quiet, the stones will cry out.” This Palm Sunday, encourage your congregation to “cry out” to Hosanna! Encourage your congregation to worship the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. Prepare your people to worship Jesus in spirit and in truth.
Sin had left us for dead. It had separated us from God and stolen our Hope. But God loved us. Through Jesus, sin has been conquered, death has been defeated and hope has been restored. The grave is empty, the stone has been rolled away…Hope has risen!
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.
Lazarus missed Palm Sunday. Watch as Mary and Lazarus talk about what the day was like….the day that the King of Kings rode through Jerusalem on a donkey.
Scripture is the centerpiece of this powerful video, taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection. It’s time to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus, the gift of grace and the incredible mercy given to us by the Father. He is not here…He is risen!
Days before he will be crucified, Jesus entered Jerusalem. The events of this week will change the world. This is Palm Sunday. This is Jesus.
As Jesus approached Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, He wept over the city and the people gathered there. He knew that disaster awaited them because they did not recognize Him for who He truly was. Taken from Luke 19:41-44 and told from Jesus’ point of view.
A deeply moving Easter video. Through the lens of the Triumphal Entry, The Cross, and the Garden, “Return of the King” is a powerful proclamation of the power of the resurrection. Long live the king!
A guy borrows one donkey and never hears the end of it. Listen as one of Jesus’s followers describes the atmosphere around Jesus’s triumphant arrival on Palm Sunday.
On Palm Sunday we celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ; the day the great crowd gathered in Jerusalem to welcome their king. But Jesus wasn’t the kind of king they were expecting. This worship intro is perfect for the Easter season, especially your Palm Sunday service. Based on John 12:12-13 and John 18:33-36.
Two disciples remember being with Jesus the week before his resurrection. A great video for the weeks leading up to Easter, and ideal for Palm Sunday.
A reflective video to prepare your congregation for worship during the season of Lent. Motion graphic video features a Psalm 130 coupled with inspirational music.
Use this mini-movie as a powerful intro to your time of worship on Palm Sunday. Based on Zechariah 9:9, Psalm 118:25-29, and Matthew 21.
Use this mini-movie as a powerful intro to your time of worship on Palm Sunday. Based on Matthew 21.
When Christ entered Jerusalem, the crowd gladly welcomed Him, only to desert Him a few days later. This short video is a call to us to be genuine, steadfast believers for a Savior who never stops welcoming us to His own palms.