Worship is our heartfelt response to the goodness and love of God. In this video curriculum lesson, students will know that worship is more than a set of rituals. Worship is an expression of love to God in response to His goodness. This lesson includes a video, student handout, leader’s guide, and a parent guide.
The beginning of Psalm 145 is a powerful call to worship. A cry to exalt our creator forever and ever. It’s a declaration of His unmeasurable greatness and a proclamation of His mighty power!
Mothers love posting pictures of their children to Social Media sites. These posts remind us that being a mother is one of the most difficult and rewarding jobs on the planet. While being a mother can be very tiring and messy at times, it is also a calling given by God to raise up children in the likeness of the Lord. This Mother’s Day, let the Moms in your church know how much you appreciate everything that they do. Use this fun and touching video to honor and celebrate moms on Mother’s Day!
We serve a beautiful Savior and a Holy Lord. A precious Redeemer who is worthy of our praise. Today, as we gather together, let us offer Him the praise He so richly deserves.
This Easter Worship Intro is a powerful way to start your Easter or Sunrise Services. It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, and at the same time makes a clear presentation of the gospel. As spiritual seekers attend your services on Easter, this video strives to help them understand the reason for Jesus’ death and resurrection. It will prepare your church for worship, and at the same time introduce deep spiritual concepts to those seeking to understand the Christian faith. Use this Easter mini-movie as a worship intro in your Sunday morning Easter Services, as you celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In all things, God is worthy. He is the King of Kings, Lord of Lords and the name above all other names! In our homes, jobs, families, schools and churches…in all things, may He be glorified!
This powerful short film presents the Gospel through timelapse painting, from creation to the resurrection & all of eternity. A simple but poetic voiceover combines with modern music to tell the story of God creating the universe, the fall of mankind, Christ coming to earth, the crucifixion, Easter, and the glorious promise of heaven. Special thanks to Jason Jaspersen, the genius behind the art.
This Easter short-film speaks of rocks, hills, and fields crying out on Easter morning, “Jesus is Alive! He has risen just as he said!” These powerful phrases are matched with beautiful aerial footage, an energetic soundtrack, and a presentation of the gospel message, encouraging the viewer to lay down their burdens and receive the gift of salvation. Closes on a view of the empty tomb at sunrise with the light of Christ pouring out.
God is awe inspiring in every way. From His grace to His matchless love. From the gift of His Son to the beauty of His creation. He has done so much more than simply change our lives, He has changed our eternities. Today we will stand in awe!
Life should be lived as an act of worship. Every moment of every day should be lived as a sacrifice of praise.Today, let’s make the choice to surrender all in response to a God who has given us life…He is worthy of that!
So many of us walk into a worship service completely distracted by the things that life throws our way. It’s imperative that we remind our people “why” we are at church. It’s imperative that we remove the focus from ourselves and turn our full attention toward God. The music and message of this very upbeat worship intro mini-movie will help prepare your church to worship in spirit and in truth. Encourage your congregation to Worship Him!
There are so many way to describe Jesus. Faithful, mighty, loving, gracious. He is an amazing Savior, worthy of our praise and devotion. He is beautiful. He is strong. He is righteous. He is magnificent!
This moment is about surrender. It’s about lifting high the name of Jesus and giving glory to the God of Mercy. It’s about laying everything before Him as a sacrifice of praise. This moment is about worship.
I was unseen, but You saw me. I was unknown, but You knew me. A great opener or sermon starter for Sanctity of Life Sunday.
As the Church gathers, we need to remember why we’ve come together. Simply put, we are here for Jesus. To seek Him and not ourselves. To shout His praises and enter His courts. We are here to offer ourselves as living sacrifices. We are here to Worship!
This year has seen a lot. We’ve seen fear and we’ve seen peace. We’ve see hate and love. We’ve seen heartache and joy. Through it all, God has remained faithful. He has not forsaken us. AS we begin a new year, let us renew our focus on God. Let us seek His glory. Let us dwell in His courts.
We were all lost in darkness and captive to sin. But, God had a plan called Christmas. He would send His Son, our Savior, into the world. Using a faithful young woman, who trusted God without question, in the most humble of circumstances. He was born to bring good news and give sight to the blind. He was born to die, so that we might be saved. And, because of His resurrection, we can all find salvation through Him by faith. Use this Worship Intro video during the Christmas season to encourage your church to worship Him in spirit and in truth. He is our Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. Give Him praise this Christmas!
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.
There is an unwavering need for us to cry out to God. A natural desire to sing His praises, declare His glory and lift high His name. Today, as we gather, let us worship God and God alone!
The birth of our Savior changed everything. It introduced grace, changed our future and altered eternity. God reached down into the world and sent His Son to lead us back home. This Christmas we worship our Savior. We worship Our King. We worship our Messiah. This Christmas, we worship jesus!
Based on select scripture from Psalm 145, this powerful worship intro will help prepare your congregation for worship. Designed using elegant ink drop mattes and beautiful black and white photographs, this worship intro will make a great opener for your worship service. Let us prepare our hearts for worship, because “Great is the Lord”!
Today we exalt the Creator of all, the King of Kings. Today we surrender before His throne. Today we worship our Savior, our Redeemer and our Merciful Lord. Today we offer our all as we stand in awe of our God.
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.
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.
Today belongs to Jesus. It’s a day he has made. A day for us to rejoice in Him and worship Him for all He is and all He has done. It’s a day to surrender and approach His throne with humility. It’s a day to praise the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Today and is His day!
Each day we live is a gift from God. And what you do with today, is your gift of worship to Him.
Life is about Jesus. It should be lived for His glory, His purpose and His will. Every action, every word, every decision should be for His renown. It’s easy to forget. It’s easy to go through the motions. It’s easy to say the right things. But, when it comes down to it…what are you here for? I am here for Jesus.
This powerful sermon illustration demonstrates the power of giving and generosity. It speaks of how through our tithes, offerings, time & gifts, we can reach our community, embrace the lost, feed the hungry, and fulfill the mission of Christ. Features custom 3D artwork, bold text and modern particle designs.
What is your church all about? What is the vision and core beliefs of your church? Do visitors know what your church is about? This “Welcome To Church” Mini-Movie will remind your members that it’s all about Jesus. And, it will make visitors feel welcome to your church and inform them about your core beliefs. This service opener and welcome video will also prepare your congregation for worship, as they recall that it’s all about Jesus!
As we gather together, we have a choice to make. Are we going to disconnect, or are we going to engage? Are we going to sing the songs or are we going to pour out our hearts to Jesus? Are we going to keep up appearances or are we going to truly seek after God? Are you going to go through the motions…or are you all in?
Prepare your congregation for worship with this powerful worship intro mini-movie, which quotes select passages from Psalm 34. Your church will be ready for worship after being encouraged by uplifting scripture and seeing amazing time-lapse footage of God’s creation. Add this incredible worship intro video to your church media library today. Taste and see that the Lord is good!
There has never been and will never be a moment, when God is not worthy of our praise. Every moment, every day, every breath, every step should be lived as an offering of worship to the King of Kings!
We are God’s creation. He made each of us with a purpose. He gave each of us a unique combination of gifts, abilities and calling. Though we are all different, we have one thing in common. Each one of us was created to worship!
As we gather, let us remember the holiness of the Savior and the majesty of our Father in Heaven. Let us celebrate the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords, our Deliverer and Redeemer!
Psalm 8 is a powerful testimony of the beauty and greatness of God’s creation, and His care for mankind. It’s a call to worship the power and majesty of His Name.
Psalm 103 challenges us to praise the Lord with our whole heart and to never forget His goodness and grace. It’s a call to worship God for all He is and all He has done.
So often, we tend to make our worship experiences about us. Our preferences, our style, our desires. The reality is, worship is about Jesus. It’s about His worth, His glory, His renown. Today, let’s put ourselves aside. Let’s lay our lives down as a sacrifice of praise and give the glory to a God who deserves it all. This isn’t about us…This is about Jesus!
Today we celebrate the matchless worth of our God. Today we honor the Lord of all creation. Today we gather in His presence, sing His praises and exalt our great God and King!
Today, I will praise Him with all of my soul. His unfailing love gives me strength, today - and every day. Because He is who He says He is - yesterday, today, and forever. Use this upbeat and colorful mini-movie as an introduction to worship.
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?
Mothers are wonderful, but not by accident. They protect, comfort, guide, discipline, and love in the same way that God cares for each of His children. By His design, we can the beauty of God through the beauty of a mother. This Mother’s Day, celebrate and honor the moms in your congregation. This inspirational Mother’s Day mini-movie will encourage the amazing women in your church.
As we gather together, let us remember the reason we’ve come. To celebrate the matchless worth of our Heavenly Father. To give Him glory, honor and praise and to boldly proclaim that He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
At the center of a life lived for Jesus, is an attitude of surrender. An authentic desire to abandon everything for the sake of His glory.
On Palm Sunday, Jesus rode a donkey toward the gates of Jerusalem while crowds of people were waving palm branches and shouting, “Hosanna”. But, the Pharisees were angry and told Jesus, “Quiet your people down.” Jesus replied, “If they keep quiet, the stones will cry out.” This Palm Sunday, encourage your congregation to “cry out” to Hosanna! Encourage your congregation to worship the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. Prepare your people to worship Jesus in spirit and in truth.
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!
The work of Jesus on the cross is something we should never forget. His suffering, His body and His blood were given for us. We were bought with a price, redeemed by love and set free from our sins.
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!
Start the New Year with this prayer for guidance, understanding, and renewal. Based on Psalm 119: 33-40 and Psalm 51:10.
This year has been a journey for us all. For some the road has brought joy and for others…pain. We look and see a broken world and are stunned by the chaos around us. Our hearts beat to the rhythm of uncertainty. As a new year begins, let us remember to turn our eyes upon Jesus. To look full in His wonderful face. Let us watch as the things of earth are dimmed by the light of His glory and grace.
This Christmas, celebrate the miracle of God coming to redeem us. He did not send an angel or prophet, but He came himself. After 400 years of silence, in the fullness of time, God came in flesh, born in the most humble of conditions. Create a worshipful atmosphere during Christmas by taking a fresh look at the nativity. This powerful Christmas mini-movie will make a great worship intro at the beginning of your Christmas services, or a moving opening to your sermon during the Christmas season.