There are no words to describe our gratitude. When someone risks their life, “thank you” just doesn’t seem like enough. Today we honor our heroes, the brave men and women who have fought for our freedom and protected our nation. They are the best of America. Today we stand with our veterans.
This mini-movie honors the sacrifices of our military veterans for their service to this nation. We ask God to give comfort and peace to all who have served and also to stir up a passion for peace in the hearts of leaders of every nation.
This Veterans Day, honor our country’s finest for their service and sacrifice. These brave men and women put aside self, faced incredible danger, and endured loss to protect our freedom. These heroes, we call veterans, have shown amazing courage and commitment. They risked all for this great land. Show appreciation to the veterans in you congregation this Veterans Day.
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.
Featuring a powerful rendition of Amazing Grace, the message and images in this video remind us of the amazing sacrifice given to protect our freedom. This Memorial Day or Independence Day (July 4th), remember those who have paid the ultimate price so that we can live free. Memorial Day or Independence Day (July 4th) are wonderful times to use this mini-movie to complement your worship service. Pay honor and respect to the veterans who have given so much. Their sacrifice reminds us that freedom is not free.
This heart-stirring Veterans Day video features part of a powerful speech given by President Ronald Reagan at Omaha Beach, commemorating the 40th anniversary of D-Day (June 6, 1984). President Reagan tells the heart-stirring story of Private First Class Peter Robert Zanatta, of the 37th Engineer Combat Battalion, and first assault wave to hit Omaha Beach on D-Day. Through the words of his loving daughter, a D-day veteran shows us the true meaning of Veterans Day. Recognize the sacrifice given by veterans and their families by setting aside a special time to honor their courage and service. This video works great as a sermon illustration for special holidays such as Veterans Day, Memorial Day, or Independence Day (July 4).
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.
A prayer to God to bless, heal, and give peace to our nation’s veterans. Featuring historical military footage, use this mini-movie during your Veterans Day service or event to honor and thank the men and women at your church who have served in the armed forces.
As the church we are called to mourn with those who mourn. This memorial day we remember the soldiers who have fallen in service to our country.
This mini-movie honors the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces. The sacrifices of those who have served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard are highlighted by John 15:13.
This mini-movie asks us to pray, thank, and remember all who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
A veteran remembers his fellow soldiers and the sacrifice they made in protecting freedom. Use this video to help with any occasion geared towards remembering American troops.
Memorial Day is a day of remembrance. As a nation we are called to reflect on the ultimate sacrifice that we ask of our men and women serving in uniform. In this tribute to those who have fallen in service, we’re called to remember that each one served on our behalf and each one is connected to us.
A man reflects on why he puts up the American flag and the freedom it symbolizes.
A father reminisces a trip to Washington D.C. where his son learned the cost of freedom.