When Peter and John realize that Jesus is gone from his tomb, they slowly realize what this means for their Savior and the entire world.
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.
Watch as Peter painfully recounts the events leading up to his darkest hour. Great video for Good Friday Services.
It would be a morning unlike any other. Watch as Peter and John race through Jerusalem on Easter morning only to discover an empty tomb (John 20:3-10). This Easter video sets up your choir or congregation for the proclamation that He is alive. Includes an alternate version in Aramaic.
In this scene the Skit Guys portray a powerful conversation between Jesus and Peter which shows us the amazing Grace of God.
When he reflects on the moment when Jesus asked, “Who do you say I am?,” one of the disciples remembers Peter’s answer—that Jesus is the Christ. It’s at this point the disciple realizes that Jesus is exactly who he said he is, and that he will be coming back to save us all.
Remind your community that the power of the resurrection is the same power that can help them to overcome loss, defeat, doubt, and death. Perfect for Easter Sunday, and designed to work with our Easter Invite video, Good News (hyperlink to video).
We can all relate to that “I have to tell someone!” feeling we get when we receive exciting news. Good News is not only an encouragement to invite others to experience Easter Sunday with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.
After being put in his place, Peter recounts being called “Satan” and how he realized that the one needing saving wasn’t Jesus, but himself.
Sería un día como ningún otro. Mira como Pedro y Juan raza a través de Jerusalén en la mañana de Pascua para descubrir una tumba vacía (Juan 20:3-10). Este video Pascua configura el coro o la congregación para la proclamación de que Él está vivo.