Thanksgiving is a reminder of the incredible grace and love of God. Scripture is filled with verse after verse calling us to an attitude of thanksgiving. Today let us remember, with grateful hearts, the amazing love our Father has given to us.
Based on Colossians 3:23, use this upbeat mini-movie to honor all those who work diligently in their day to day lives, honoring God with their integrity, kindness, and commitment. Great for Labor Day.
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.
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.
Thanksgiving is a day to spend in gratitude toward God. A day to remember His grace, mercy, love and Faithfulness. It’s a day to remember Jesus and thank Him for His sacrifice. Most of all, Thanksgiving is a day to worship our Great God and Savior.
From the stress of choosing just the right gift to the fireworks that wake your sleeping baby at midnight, we all agree: Holidays can be complicated. That’s why we love the simplicity of Thanksgiving- just a day to enjoy the presence of others, eat delicious food, and give thanks to the One from whom all blessings flow.
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.
It’s easy to become so focused on the “next step” in life that we miss out on the amazing life that is happening all around us. Perfect for Thanksgiving, The Cure encourages your community to be thankful for the miracle of now.
Written by Ann Voskamp, author the 60 week New York Times bestseller, “One Thousand Gifts, A Dare To Live Fully Right Where You Are”, a farmer’s wife and mother of 6, who believes that when we’re looking for joy, we will always find it hiding in our gratitude — not in some other elusive place or thing, but in our thanks. She writes about the grit & and the mess & the real soul cures on one of the top 10 most visited Christian blogs on the internet: www.annvoskamp.com www.annvoskamp.com & would love to connect on Twitter @AnnVoskamp.
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.
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.
Enter His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts with praise. A powerful worship intro based on Psalm 100.
Who knew a giant, talking turkey could have so much wisdom? Take a look at this humorous illustration of what happens when we say the words but miss the actual meaning of Thanksgiving.
In our lives we are dealt a hand of cards, some representing great moments and some that are filled with crisis. When you are dealt your hand, how will you respond? In this thought-provoking video, Eddie talks about God’s perfect plan which is far more than just a random shuffle of the deck.