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 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.
Everywhere we go, we are surrounded by people. People who were created by God. People made with a purpose. People made in the image of our Heavenly Father. Yet most of them don’t know Jesus. We walk through life with this wonderful gift of Salvation, but do we share it with those around us? People matter to God. The question is, do they matter to you?
We know John 3:16, but do we realize how much truth is packed into those words? We must learn to fully appreciate this verse one word at a time.
Everywhere you go there is a need. In our cities, our nation and our world. People are struggling, addicted, broken and lost. If Jesus is the hope of the world, then His church should act as His hands and feet. It’s time for the church to act on the hope we have. To meet people wherever they are and share the love of Jesus. It’s time to meet the need
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.
Description: Inviting someone to your church’s doesn’t have to be complex, or driven by guilt. Hear the voice of someone who could be sitting in your church this Sunday.
A mini-movie about death, heaven, and eternity.
When you do a search on Google, suggestions are shown based on popular searches by other users. It can give us an authentic look into the mind of our culture. This video is based on actual search results. It is a thought provoking and convicting challenge to all believers. Song “Oh” by Brent Bramer (http://brentbramer.bandcamp.com).
Everyone sitting in church knows it’s our job to offer the hope of Christ to the lost. But what about when we’re not in church? Are we off duty the rest of the time? Are we waiting for the lost to come to us? This video can be used to challenge your congregation to clock in when they leave the building.