This beautiful short film is perfect for setting a tone of worship, declaring the sanctity of life, or simply describing the wonder of each person God has created. The powerful words of psalm 139 combine with visuals of colorful 3D ribbons weaving vibrant designs, timed to an epic soundtrack. We are all fearfully and wonderfully made!
Worship is about giving thanks to God with all our heart. Praising Him as our Refuge and Stronghold. Powerful words from Psalm 9 remind us to give glory to God…who reigns forever!
Our God, our King, You are exalted. Based on Psalm 145, this worship intro is set to beautiful images of creation and energetic music.
This short film depicts the anxiety and hurry of life with motion timelapse footage of people and traffic in a variety of settings. We hear the voice of God, who sees his children in their stressful and busy lives. Halfway through, everything slows down, and we hear constant scripture verses (Psalms, Proverbs, Colossians, Romans) about Godís provision, protection, and love, with a call to be still and depend on him. The film’s title and ending are based on John 16.
The beginning of Psalm 145 is a powerful call to worship. A cry to exalt our creator forever and ever. It’s a declaration of His unmeasurable greatness and a proclamation of His mighty power!
I was unseen, but You saw me. I was unknown, but You knew me. A great opener or sermon starter for Sanctity of Life Sunday.
Life is a precious gift given by the hand of God. Scripture declares each one of us to be His workmanship, knitted together in the womb. Based on Psalm 139, “Sanctity” is a powerful reminder of that gift.
As the Church gathers, we need to remember why we’ve come together. Simply put, we are here for Jesus. To seek Him and not ourselves. To shout His praises and enter His courts. We are here to offer ourselves as living sacrifices. We are here to Worship!
Based on Psalm 139, “Even There” is a moving video about God’s overwhelming presence and His love, protection and care over His children.
Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, there is chaos, pain and trouble. Even in the most difficult times, we have a God who will lead us beside still waters. God never promises our lives will be easy, but He does promise to be be our every present help and our comfort in times of need.
Psalm 8 is a powerful testimony of the beauty and greatness of God’s creation, and His care for mankind. It’s a call to worship the power and majesty of His Name.
As far as heaven is above the earth, that is the greatness of God’s love. A worship intro based on Psalm 103. Great for Valentine’s or love themed services!
Start the New Year with this prayer for guidance, understanding, and renewal. Based on Psalm 119: 33-40 and Psalm 51:10.
Based on Psalm 119: 33-40 and Psalm 51:10, this mini-movie is a prayer for guidance, understanding, and renewal.
Come let us sing for joy to the Lord our Maker. Psalm 95 is set to beautiful images of creation and energetic music, making this a perfect intro for a time of worship.
“My mouth will speak the praise of the Lord.” Captured on a hike in the Rocky Mountains, these beautiful images accompany the powerful words of praise found in this deeply-loved psalm.
Featuring a contemporary design and images of God’s amazing creation, this worship intro mini-movie uses select scripture from Psalm 33 to help prepare your congregation for worship. The Lord deserves our praise and worship, and the scripture from this call to worship will encourage your church to sing out to the Lord. This Psalm reminds us that God spoke everything into existence, and he deserves our praise. Use this worship intro to open your next worship service!
A series of 6 reflective videos to prepare your congregation for worship during the season of Lent. Each motion graphic video features a Psalm coupled with inspirational music. Includes the following:
Psalm 51: 1-13
Psalm 32: 1-7
Psalm 95: 1-9
This simple worship starter echoes the call of Psalm 95 to make loud and joyful praise to the Rock of our salvation, the King above all gods, as we prepare to bow in worship before our Maker.