In celebrating America, we must first celebrate the author of our freedom. A great video to lead your congregation in prayer and thanksgiving for our nation.
In this skit, packed with humor and depth, The Skit Guys dig into what the Serenity Prayer is all about. As one man prays the prayer, God challenges him to understand what the words actually mean, and to actually mean the words he says.
As the school year draws near, let’s take a moment to pray and ask God to watch over our children. To protect them, guide them and give them the courage to live out their faith.
These are very difficult times for America. There is hurt, confusion, and division. This Independence Day, we pray to the God who changes seasons, establishes kings, gives wisdom and understanding. This 4th of July, we declare our dependence on you, God. We need things to change, and only you can do it. Our hope is in you, Lord.
America is a nation in great need of God. In the midst of our freedoms, we have forgotten our first love. We have lost sight of the principles on which we were founded. We have forgotten that true independence is found in our dependence on God. Today, we humbly pray for God to hear His people…and heal our land.
Prayer is a conversation based on a loving relationship with our heavenly Father. This video curriculum helps students know that prayer is a regular and essential practice of the Christian life. This lesson includes a video, student handout, leader’s guide, and a parent guide.
To commemorate Memorial Day, honor those who have given their lives, and the loved ones left behind, with this beautiful prayer.
Based on Joel 2:12-13, this mini-movie will encourage your congregation to return to the Lord with reflection and repentance, during the season of Lent. Our Heavenly Father is merciful and compassionate. During Lent, we should come to the Lord in the same way Jesus did in the Garden, with fasting and weeping. During Lent, we remember His sacrifice and give back, because He gave all.
The events of September 11th 2001 reshaped our world. All these years later, we can still feel the heartache. 9/11 was a day of unimaginable tragedy. Yet, in the midst of the chaos, witnessed the birth of new heroes and experienced the unquestioned resolve of our Nation. Today, let us remember those who were taken far too soon. Let us pray for their families and pray for our nation.
As the school year approaches, we need to take a moment to pray for our children. We need to ask God to watch over our children. To lead them, protect them and help them make right choices. We need to ask God to empower them to live out their faith and show them how to be an example of God’s great love.
Throughout the history of our nation, countless patriots have given their very lives defending our right and privilege to select our nation’s leaders. However, in the last presidential election, over 93 million eligible citizens choose not to vote. Our nation is plagued by an epidemic of apathy. The National Day of Prayer Task Force has developed the “Pray For Election Day” campaign to encourage prayer for our nations leaders, boost voter registration, and to inspire Christians to vote their values. Find out more about this campaign at www.nationaldayofprayer.org.
As Jesus spent 40 days in the desert praying and fasting, let us follow his lead during the season of Lent with self-denial, repentance, giving, and renewal. This video uses powerful images and music to remind your congregation of God’s love and sacrifice, which should encourage each of us to deny self and make God first place in our lives. Prepare your congregation for the celebration and sacrifice of Lent.
Start the New Year with this prayer for guidance, understanding, and renewal. Based on Psalm 119: 33-40 and Psalm 51:10.
We live in a world that can be confusing and discouraging at times. Amidst the turmoil, God has called his people to be holy, set apart for Him.
Using stylized illustrations and reflective music, this Christmas prayer asks God for strength to have the faith of Mary, joy to be astonished as the shepherds, humility to be as selfless as the wise men, and courage to walk the Savior’s path. An appropriate fit for any Christmas service.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s a time to stop and remember the amazing grace of God, the birth of The Messiah and the grace God has shown us through Him. This Christmas, may the world see Christmas for what it truly is…a celebration of our Savior, the only Son of God.
Using scriptural examples from Daniel 6:10 and Philippians 4:6, this mini-movie explores the inseparable connection between prayer and thanksgiving. Great for services around the Thanksgiving Holiday or any sermon dealing with the topics of prayer and thankfulness.
We are inclined to seek large, spectacular signs and wonders, but God has always revealed Himself through small, seemingly insignificant things. Great in the Small is a poignant reminder that God does amazing things with the smallest of moments. Perfect for services with a focus on faith and humility.
Graduation is such a proud time for parents, but it’s also a bittersweet milestone. Did I prepare them for life? Will they follow their faith and not follow the crowd? In this video, the Skitzy Chicks share a prayer for our graduates as they head out into the world.
This mini-movie explores the reasons for giving, fasting, and praying during the season of Lent. It can be used to explain to your congregation and visitors the reasons for observing these customs leading up to Easter. Great for Ash Wednesday or any service during the Lent season.
A prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God for sending us the greatest gift of His Son Jesus Christ. Featuring holiday candles and a wintery soundtrack, this mini-movie can be used as an intro to open a Christmas Eve worship service, as a transition just before the sermon, or as a benediction to close the evening service.
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
To be truly grateful, one must not simply feel gratitude but actually express it. Set against the backdrop of a fall setting and uplifting acoustic music score, this Thanksgiving prayer not only expresses genuine thanks for all of the blessings we enjoy, but it also inspires us to turn that gratitude into action by reaching out to those in need all around us.
This is the Spanish version of A Prayer of Thanksgiving. With Autumn themed visuals, this prayer offers thanks to God for life and breath, family and friends, the beauty and mystery of creation, and ultimately His Son Jesus Christ. Perfect as an intro or closing to your Fall and Thanksgiving themed services and events.
This prayer of thanks is perfect as an intro or closing to your Fall and Thanksgiving themed services and events.
We’re called to pray without ceasing…and when Tommy takes that seriously, his friend begins to think he’s hallucinating. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 has never been this funny.
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In Matthew 6, Jesus taught us to pray in this way. This video can be used to begin your service, to kick off your time of worship, or as an introduction to your message. The download includes two versions - one with the modern translation and one with the traditional translation.
A father’s love is a profound picture of the unconditional love of God. This thoughtful prayer will honor fathers of all ages in your congregation - whether they are fathers biologically or through adoption. “A Prayer for Fathers” will reaffirm how much they are respected and loved, all while lifting them up to the Lord together as one church family.
A prayer of thanksgiving to God for His wonderful creation: Our moms! Use this Mother’s Day mini-movie to ask God to bless the mothers in your congregation with His strength, peace, and love, so they can can continue to give it all away to us!
A mother’s love is a beautiful picture of the unconditional love of God. This thoughtful prayer will honor mothers of all ages in your congregation - whether they are mothers biologically or through adoption. “A Prayer for Moms” will reaffirm how much they are appreciated and loved, all while lifting them up to the Lord together as one church family. (Includes a PDF of the prayer to print for handouts or bulletin inserts).
The Lenten Prayer of St. Ephrem has been prayed by the Christian church since it was written in the 4th Century. This collection contains two video versions of that prayer: the original text, as well as an updated modern version inspired by it. It also includes a PDF you can print out for use as bulletin inserts. This is a perfect addition to any service during the Lent season.
A prayer to God to strengthen and renew us in mind, body, and spirit, and to use our prayer, fasting, and confession to prepare us to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Great for Ash Wednesday or any service during Lent. Be sure to check out the coordinating collection “Service Pack: Lent Vol. 1”
A prayer to God to bless, heal, and give peace to our nation’s veterans. Featuring historical military footage, use this mini-movie during your Veterans Day service or event to honor and thank the men and women at your church who have served in the armed forces.
1 Chronicles 16:29 tells us to give the Lord the glory due His name. This little worship intro leads us to do just that.
1 Chronicles 16:29 tells us to give the Lord the glory due His name. This mini-movie leads us to do just that. A brand new remix of the best-selling worship intro “Now Is The Time.”
Based on Colossians 3:23, this mini-movie is a prayer to God to renew our strength, refresh our spirit, and guide us in the work we do. Perfect for Labor Day.
Jesus. The name conjures up a lot of images and ideas depending on your relationship with him. Watch as Jesus takes shape on the canvas of an artist and listen as the creed of our Savior is woven/spoken/declared across it all. Is Jesus your obsession?
Welcome your congregation to church with this opening prayer of blessing. This worship intro asks God to move the spirits of all who are present, whether they are lost or believers, into their next steps in their walk with Jesus.
This prayer from Romans 15:13 is designed to use at the end of a service, sending your congregation out with an encouragement to trust our good God in the coming week and walk in hope, joy and peace with him.
As believers, we celebrate freedoms that go beyond rights and borders. The prayer in this mini movie praises God for our freedoms in Christ and asks for his help not to squander those freedoms in serving self, but to spend every ounce of freedom we’ve been give following after him.
A prayer of thanksgiving to God for America and the freedoms that we have been given. Beginning with Psalm 33:12, this mini-movie can be used as an intro to open your service, as a sermon illustration to set up a sermon on liberty, or as a benediction to close your service. Perfect for Independence Day and July 4th related services.
A Father’s Day mini-movie by Shift Worship.
A prayer to God to comfort and give strength to those whose loved ones have died serving their country. Beginning with Matthew 5:4 and featuring historical military footage, use this mini movie during your Memorial Day service to pay tribute to those soldiers who have paid the ultimate price.
Great for any service during the Christmas season, this mini-movie is a call to join in the joy of Christ’s birth. (Based on “A Christmas Prayer” by Robert Louis Stevenson.)
When you look at your life, do you see Jesus moving in amazing ways? Sometimes, Jesus wants us to notice what He is doing instead of asking Him for bigger and “better” blessings.
A stunning presentation of The Lord’s Prayer that can be used to start your service or intro a message. Includes two versions of The Lord’s Prayer: Modern and Traditional.
If you’ve ever asked God for something without believing He’ll really make it happen, you need to check out this movie. Why pray for something if you don’t believe it makes a difference?
God desires a living, active relationship with His people. He’s not looking for cookie-cutter Christians or people who say the right words at the right times.
In Matthew 6, Jesus taught us to pray in this way.
Wouldn’t it be great if God would just physically appear before us and sit and talk face to face? Since He doesn’t, people have managed to come up with a few different ways to express themselves to God so that they think they are impressing Him when all He really wants is for us to be real and honest and still. Watch this insightful video on prayer.