It can be easy to get caught up in the Christmas season and miss out on the reason we celebrate. This video is a funny reminder that the baby born in the manger, is the same Jesus who ultimately died for our sins. He’s not just the reason for the season or the reason for cool bracelets. Jesus is worth celebrating all year.
This Christmas series is an amazing tool that will help prepare your church in celebration of our coming savior. Not only that, but if your church follows Advent, this series can complement each Sunday.
Five individuals wonder what it would’ve been like to have witnessed the arrival of a baby who would save the world, and stand in awe that Jesus came to be part of their lives. This mini-movie is a thoughtful and celebratory anthem ideal for a Christmas service. (Part of the What Child Is This? Christmas bundle)
Mary remembers what it felt like when she was told that she would be the mother of God’s Son. She shares the awe she felt watching Him lead with wisdom beyond his years, and how she thirsts for the living water that He brought to all people. This mini-movie fits into an Advent or Christmas service.
Jesus changed everything. A world in desperate need of a Savior now had one. In this one little child was our King, our Redeemer, our Messiah and our Lord. God in flesh, love personified…Born this day.
Jesus is alive! That powerful Easter moment was not an ending but a beginning. After His resurrection, Jesus commanded us to go and tell the world. To share the hope of Easter with everyone, everywhere. Easter may be over, but our commission is clear…Let’s Go!
Easter is more than just another Sunday. It’s more than just a holiday. Easter is a day that changed everything. It’s the day sin and death were defeated. It’s the day grace and love were victorious. This isn’t just another Sunday…this is Easter!
At the cross, they thought it was over. Jesus was dead. Hope was lost. Love was dead. Three days later, all of that changed. Jesus was victorious. Sin and death were defeated and hope was restored. Jesus couldn’t stay in the grave, because love is alive!
Taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection, this powerful call to worship challenges us to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus at Easter…His sacrifice, His mercy, His victory and our redemption!
In this video for Christmas morning we are reminded of the stories of Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds before we are introduced to the Christ child who would change the world forever. We’re reminded that we are each given a call to prepare, a call to provide, a call to protect, and a call to praise. Part of the series, The Call of Christmas.
When Mary was visited by the angel she found herself in God’s favor and overcome with so many emotions. As she is called to provide, see how Mary responds to the words of the angel—words that changed everything.
The evidence of our broken and hurting world is everywhere and the images are powerful. Even more powerful, though, is the rescue and hope that comes through Jesus Christ. Updated for 2016.
*Note: This video contains some graphic imagery. Please keep your audience in mind when showing it.
The character of our Savior should move us to respond with worship. His radiance, His glory, His passion and His love should leave us in awe of Him. His sacrifice, His mercy, His power and His righteousness should challenge us to pursue Him with everything. He is our Deliverer, Redeemer, Teacher and Messiah. How will you respond to His character?
As Holy Week begins, “Hosanna” is the cry of our hearts. Today, we worship a triumphant Messiah. A Savior willing to give everything to redeem our eternity. Today, we worship Jesus!
Sin had left us for dead. It had separated us from God and stolen our Hope. But God loved us. Through Jesus, sin has been conquered, death has been defeated and hope has been restored. The grave is empty, the stone has been rolled away…Hope has risen!
Scripture is the centerpiece of this powerful video, taking us from the cross to the grave to the resurrection. It’s time to celebrate and remember the work of Jesus, the gift of grace and the incredible mercy given to us by the Father. He is not here…He is risen!
Over 2000 years ago a light was given to us, but it was not meant only for us. It was a gift to be shared with the world. Using scripture from John 8:12 and Isaiah 9:2, this mini movie is designed specifically for your Christmas Eve service. A version without the voiceover is also available.
Christmas is so much more than a holiday. It’s more than family get togethers, presents under the tree and lights hanging on the house. Christmas is about God reaching down from Heaven. It’s about the birth of Jesus, our Savior. It’s about the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. Christmas is about grace and the promise of eternity. Simply put, Christmas is about Jesus.
Three children in dire circumstances prepare for an honored guest. Set to the text of Isaiah 9, this mini movie encourages us to wonder anew at the strange and beautiful arrival of our Savior. A good fit for any Christmas service, especially Christmas Eve.
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.
When Zechariah finds himself unable to speak, Elizabeth has a hard time understanding how. But she has an even more difficult time understanding why and what it would come to mean for their family. Part of the “Our Coming Savior” Christmas series.
This powerful Christmas mini-movie reminds us that as we celebrate the baby Jesus, the manger, and the joy of this season, we should remember that Jesus did not remain a baby. He became our healer, our teacher, our sacrifice, and our salvation a profound reason to celebrate the birth of a child! Alternate spelling (saviour) is available.
We were alone, living under the curse of sin, until the light of Jesus broke into our world. Wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger, the Word became flesh. So, come let us adore the Newborn King, Christ the Lord. Featuring scripture from Luke 2:10-11, this mini-movie works perfectly as a worship intro or sermon illustration for your Advent, Christmas, and Christmas Eve services.
When Christ entered Jerusalem, the crowd gladly welcomed Him, only to desert Him a few days later. This short video is a call to us to be genuine, steadfast believers for a Savior who never stops welcoming us to His own palms.
If you were told that you had to jump out of a plane and were handed a parachute, would you take the parachute? In this thought-provoking video from The Skit Guys, Tommy makes the jump between our lives here on earth, the afterlife and the purpose of salvation.