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.
On Memorial Day, we remember and honor those who sacrificed their very lives to secure our freedom. Serving with honor and integrity, they left home and loved ones behind to fight with strength and courage. This Memorial Day mini-movie reminds us also of the great sacrifice that Jesus gave for our freedom from sin. During your Memorial Day services this year, let us honor those who have fallen and shown us a love like His.
This Memorial Day, honor the heroic men and women who sacrificed everything to protect our freedom. With powerful music and moving images, this mini-movie will remind your congregation of the true meaning of Memorial Day. The message of this Memorial Day video conveys honor and respect to those who gave their lives serving their country. On the Sunday before Memorial Day, this mini-movie will make the perfect feature for your worship service. Remember their great sacrifice.
The freedoms we enjoy in America, were gained through the sacrifices of brave men and women. Soldiers, who gave their lives so we could continue to live as a free Nation. Today, we remember the courageous. Today, Memorial Day, we remember our heroes.
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This invite video includes two versions, one for the Christmas Season and one for Christmas Eve. Great video to remind your congregation to invite their friends, family and neighbors to church this Christmas season!
The life of Henry Lovegood was simple. There was a routine and Henry loved routines. Wake up. Shower. Prepare breakfast. Read a bit. Drive to Church. Until it wasn’t. Watch as Henry Lovegood’s life is turned upside down by forgetting to set his clocks back one hour.
To those who have served and sacrificed their lives, we are forever grateful. To the friends and family of these brave souls, even though there is much sorrow, there is much hope. (Based on John 11: 25-26.)