Life is full of beautiful, wonderful moments, as well as moments that can cause our hearts and souls to ache. But whether we’re laughing or crying, God reminds us to give thanks in all things. This mini-movie will serve as a timely reminder for your congregation this Thanksgiving.
What does it look like to be truly full? One family lets us in on their fullness at Thanksgiving dinner. Includes 4 endings for your church to choose from!
In this humorous yet sentimental Thanksgiving video, we are reminded that no matter how messy our lives get, we should always be thankful for God’s goodness.
How often do we sit in the seat of thanksgiving throughout the day? What does it mean to “give thanks in all circumstances”? And who are we teaching to say thanks along with us?
Thanksgiving is a time for family and for taking the time to count our blessings. But sometimes during the chaotic holiday, moms would just be thankful to get things back to normal.
Thanksgiving’s famous “Odd Couple,” a pilgrim and a turkey, remind us that we always have something to be thankful for even when we feel like our lives aren’t going anywhere.
There are many ways to count your blessings this Thanksgiving, even in song. In this video, The Skit Guys illustrate the importance of doing a quick inventory of all you have to be thankful for this year.
Open your Thanksgiving Services with an offering of praise to the Lord. Begin your worship by pointing your church toward our Creator and Savior. All of God’s works are great, so take this opportunity to offer thanksgiving to the Lord, for He is good and His faithful love endures forever. This worship intro will work perfect at the beginning of your Thanksgiving service or at the start of your message on thanksgiving.
This funny Thanksgiving short film was inspired by video blogs and social media celebrities. Fictional internet sensation JoshMalosh21 presents a variety of Thanksgiving themed life hacks (Thanksgiving Hacks) which all go horribly wrong, with pretty hilarious results. Dont try this at home!
Thank you, God. Thank You for Your goodness and love. Thank You for Your Holy Spirit. Thank You for Your Son. Featuring bright colors and falling leaves, this worship intro is perfect for any Thanksgiving or Fall themed church service.
Thanksgiving Day is only once a year, but thankfulness is something we can cultivate every moment of every day if we are intentional about it. This sermon illustration is perfect for Thanksgiving services, or any sermon that focuses on gratitude.
This Thanksgiving, welcome people to church by letting them know they are accepted, cared about and loved. Let them know church is a place they can call home…where they can belong, find friends and most importantly, experience God. Let them know just how thankful you are for them.
It’s easy to say thanks for the things we can see every day: food on our table, family and friends, the beauty all around us. But we often forget to thank God for the things we can’t see or touch, for not only the good things, but also the challenges we face in life, and for the great sacrifice that Jesus made for us. This mini movie reminds audiences to embrace a spirit of gratefulness.
1 Thessalonians 5:18 commands us to give thanks in everything; for this is the will of God. It is easy to give thanks when life is running smooth. However, the command is not to give thanks only when things are easy. But, we are to give thanks in everything. We can celebrate thanksgiving in times of joy and in times of pain. We can celebrate thanksgiving at the mountain top and through the dark valley. Use this powerful mini-movie to grow your congregation’s understanding of Thanksgiving. God’s ways are higher than our ways. We may not always understand. But, we can choose to be thankful to our Heavenly Father in everything.
It’s not always obvious when we’re taking things for granted. But what if it were? Use this humorous mini movie to remind your church to be grateful in all things—big and small.
You are our strength, our guide, our comforter. You give forgiveness, love, and redemption. Thank you for your Spirit, thank you for your Son. You are worthy of our praise. An upbeat mini-movie for your Thanksgiving and Fall services.
Today let us enter His gates with Thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Let us sing to God with our whole hearts. Let us give thanks out of gratitude and worship Him with everything we are.
It can be difficult to offer thanksgiving to God when all we see are hardships in our life. But, we can be sure that God is working for our good during these times. Each of us should strive for the kind of character and spiritual maturity that offers thanksgiving to God, even in the midst of difficulties. Encourage your congregation to lift up thanksgiving to God in and through all things, not just the good times. This thought-provoking video will compliment your thanksgiving message or work well when you are preaching about hardships and difficulties in life.
“What if we said thank you for what we’d miss the most? For what we’d give first to those who live without?” This brief Thanksgiving video uses humor and warmth to remind us to give thanks for the gifts others in the world don’t take for granted.
Scripture is filled with Thanksgiving, Thankfulness is something we are all called to. Thankfulness for our families, our church, our work and every aspect of our lives. Most importantly, we are called to be thankful to God. Thankful for His grace, His love and His promise of eternity. This Thanksgiving…Give thank to God for all He has done.
To be truly grateful, one must not simply feel gratitude but actually express it. Set against the backdrop of a fall setting and uplifting acoustic music score, this Thanksgiving prayer not only expresses genuine thanks for all of the blessings we enjoy, but it also inspires us to turn that gratitude into action by reaching out to those in need all around us.
This prayer of thanks is perfect as an intro or closing to your Fall and Thanksgiving themed services and events.
A short and upbeat fall-themed worship intro that will compliment any Thanksgiving service. Based on David’s Prayer from 1 Chronicles 29:10-13.
We all agree that thanking God is good. So why don’t we do it more? This brief, reflective Thanksgiving video points to our pride, forgetfulness and fear and then calls us to renew our thankless hearts in gratitude once more.
Now, always, and forever give thanks to Him. An upbeat mini-movie for your Thanksgiving and Fall services featuring scripture from Colossians 3:15-17.
Everyday it seems your role is being more marginalized and diminished, but make no mistake Mothers, we need you. Perfect for Mother’s Day, this mini-movie encourages mothers to be strong reflections of Jesus so that their faith may be passed on to future generations. Based on 2 Timothy 1:5.
We know it’s important to give thanks to God for everything, but it can be hard to know where to begin. Sometimes it helps to start small, right where you are. The original song was written and recorded by Riley Friesen and the band Staggerford. This song, along with other Shift Worship music, is available for download at ShiftTones.com.
Through the joy and trials, in strength and weakness, in all things we give You thanks. An energetic mini-movie for your Thanksgiving and Fall services featuring scripture from Psalm 9:1 and 2 Corinthians 12:9.
Thanks. Hopefully, that’s something we say a lot throughout our day…and when you read through the Psalms you see that word show up a lot. This video, beyond being a great way to kick off your worship service, focuses our attention on the who of our thankfulness: God.
Are you a thankful person? Most would say yes, but real gratitude shows up in our lives. This brief video describes people who live thankful lives and asks us to think again about our own heart response to God’s good gifts.
Our world teaches us that we don’t have enough and we’re entitled to more. We often look to God with our problems and difficulties and forget to be grateful for all that he has already given us.
For some, Thanksgiving is a great time to relax, watch football, spend quality time with your family and be thankful for the blessings in your life. However, for Darrell and his family, Thanksgiving doesn’t quite have that relaxing and restful feel.