In a cynical world, it's love that compels us to believe. Some People encourages us to imagine what kind of place the church could be if we see every person as worthy of love. Perfect for services that focus on unity and cele ... more
Just as Jesus called Peter, John, and Matthew to leave what they knew to follow him, he calls us to the same challenge. What do you need to leave behind to follow Jesus? Topics include: calling, discipleship, salvation, idols ... more
Due to popular demand, we’ve created a year-round version of our best-selling New Year’s video! This encouraging service opener reminds us that, no matter how things have gone so far, God always has new mercies and fresh star ... more
Controlled by fear and worry, our minds often race to the worst-case scenario in any circumstance. However, God wants us to trust Him with our tomorrows, and realize that He is faithful to walk with us through whatever may co ... more
Much of life is perspective. Two people can read the same scripture or look at the same command of Jesus, and hear two completely different things. Great message opener for serving, attitude, perspective.
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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 ... more
Weddings are a joyful celebration of love. But it doesn’t take long for that joy to turn into the hard work of loving till death do us part. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any service on marriage and relationships.
As adults, it’s very easy to take ourselves too seriously. “Joy Ride” connects us with the joy of our youth. We are reminded that God gives us the chance for joy everyday, we just have to engage it. Perfect for a worship intr ... more
God has always shown up in the most unlikely places. Jesus’ life was the greatest example of that. Perfect for Easter or any moment in your services that want to convey the impact of Jesus. This is the video your congregation ... more
1 Corinthians 13 shares the truest definition of love, and that love takes on a deeper meaning as we get older. This heartwarming mini-movie takes a peek at how this can play out in real life. Perfect for Valentines Day or a ... more
Paul reminds us in Galatians 5:1 that Christ has set us free, but it’s very easy to fall back into slavery. This mini-movie, featuring the song “Beautiful Things” by Gungor, is a powerful reminder that we have been set free.
Sometimes life can be so beautiful, so in tune with God’s spirit, then one small, unexpected fear or worry can throw the whole thing off. Use this reflective mini-movie to begin a discussion or reflection time about remaining ... more
One of the great stories Jesus tells is of the prodigal son – who left on his own, but returned home to a loving father. This should be how first time guests feel at your church. Help your visitors and congregation feel welco ... more
Do you ever stop and listen to people? How many are so quick to complain all the time, as though they have nothing? They complain about things they do not have, but forget about what they have. We complain about the most ridi ... more
How do you feel about Social Media? It can be a polarizing issue. This mini-movie is a great light-hearted film that shares many voices and opinions on the topic. “Social Media” is a great way to open a message on relationshi ... more
One of the greatest things about God’s promises of new mercies and new songs is how we can fulfill those promises for others. This fun mini-movie is energetic and perfect for getting your community excited about the New Year.
This Christmas countdown features a traditional holiday scene, complete with decorations, a tree, and a fireplace. Watch the décor in the room change as the timer counts down from five minutes. It works well with the mini-mov ... more
What would it take for us to get Christmas right this year? Maybe we would be able to focus more on Jesus if we got rid of everything else... or could we somehow learn to see Jesus in all of the ways that we celebrate the Chr ... more