As much as we talk about and consider love, we rarely get it right. But God does, in every way. Watch this powerful tribute to God’s perfect love.
In this scene the Skit Guys portray a powerful conversation between Jesus and Peter which shows us the amazing Grace of God.
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we see a father welcome home his son, who has thrown away his inheritance. In this inspirational retelling of their story, we hear what may have been going on in the minds of the father and the son.
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we see a father welcome home his son, who has thrown away his inheritance. This extended mini-movie is an inspirational retelling of their story, where we hear what may have been going on in the minds of the father and the son.
God loved us so much, He sent His Son to die our death and carry our burden. Sin was defeated by grace, darkness was overcome by light and death was destroyed by life eternal.
The incredible grace of God is a gift we don’t deserve. Yet, because of the work of the cross, it is a gift given to us freely. In it we find forgiveness, mercy, redemption and love. Through grace, we have hope, new birth and eternal life. That is the power of grace.
Death through Adam, life through Christ. The story of humanity’s descent and redemption. Also available in Spanish.
We all know what happens to Jesus after the crowd chooses him for crucifixion. But rarely do we consider what happened to Barabbas. Watch this interpretation of what Barabbas must have been contending with.
What does it mean to be a Christian? The bible tells us in great detail. It means we are adopted as children of God. It means we are redeemed, delivered and set free from sin. It means grace has covered our lives and mercy has clothed our bodies. Often times, Christian are portrayed in a negative light. We’re viewed as judgmental or hypocritical. But, at the core of our identity, is a heart held in the hands of Jesus. We are saved, We are a new creation, We are Christians.
At Celebrate Recovery, you don’t need a disguise. You don’t need a wig or a new coat of paint. You just need to come as you are. Watch as Tommy and Eddie perform a sketch talking about this very idea.
Diverse individuals are shown with matching text speaking of excitement, sin, brokenness, and confusion, followed by the message “I am with you.” This mini-movie with uplifting music culminates in a reminder that in our joy and happiness, even in our struggles and sin, in every moment for all eternity, God is with us, always.
Redemption often flows through the most surprising events. Originally created for a secular short-film festival, this video is the perfect companion to any theme of brokenness, hope, or even suicide.
Every last one of us needs God. This video reminds us that every hour of every day, we need God. We need his help, forgiveness and love. Watch as a variety of people wrestle with their needs and desires and ultimately rest in their need of God. Features the Matt Maher song, “Lord, I Need You” performed by Marcy Priest.
Roy may only be a NEWCOMER at his Celebrate Recovery group, but he has already picked up on all their lingo. Watch as Roy gives his two cents on what Celebrate Recovery could do better, and listen as he describes his thankfulness for the group.
We’ve all got ghosts from our past. Whether they’re self-inflicted wounds or pain imposed by others, we’ve all been there. Watch and listen as the Cross of Christ frees us to sing along with Big Daddy Weave that “I am Redeemed.”
Christ’s death and resurrection means that we are invited to join God in his plan to redeem this broken world. It’s not just a wishful idea; it’s a call to every follower of Jesus to change the world.
A portrait of sin, grace, and forgiveness unlike any other. It’s easy to see our sin as the thing separating us from God but what if our sin is actually where God wants to meet, forgive, and redeem us? This video shows us that there is enough grace for all of us.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life.” This skit is a classic and moving illustration of God’s love for mankind.