To many Americans, Memorial Day is the official kick-off of Summer. Others think that it’s a special day because it’s a day off from work. Use this powerful Memorial Day Mini-Movie to remind your church that it’s a day created for remembering the amazing men and women who gave their very lives to protect our freedom. Let us express our thanks to God for the sacrifice of these brave soldiers, and for the freedom they fought and fell to preserve. John 15:13 states, “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” On the Sunday before Memorial Day, honor and remember their great sacrifice.
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.
Use this powerful video on Memorial Day, Veterans Day, or Independence Day to honor the men and women who have selflessly defended our nation. It features a powerful message given by President Ronald Reagan during his first Inaugural Address on January 20, 1981. This video works great as a sermon introduction on the topics of sacrifice and freedom or as an illustration for special holidays such as Memorial Day, Independence Day (July 4), or Veterans Day.
In an era when our Christian faith is increasingly under attack - both culturally and politically - it’s more important than ever to honor the soldiers who have fought to preserve our religious liberty. This video salutes all of those who have served - and died - to secure that most precious freedom.
Use this mini-movie during your Veterans Day service or event to honor and thank the men and women who have served our country in the armed forces.
While you sleep, they are on the front lines. And today it’s your turn to show your gratitude and appreciation for the service of those in uniform. Remember to thank a service member this Veterans Day.