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By: Element Church
Give Thanks encourages us to give thanks in all things, and at all times, even when life is marked by hardship. This video would be perfect during the Thanksgiving season, or at any time of the year to illustrate our reasons to be thankful.
The power of prayer is incredible, and it is at our fingertips if we would only use it. This sermon illustration or worship intro focuses on praying hands with a wide variety of ages and ethnic diversity. Phrases appear such as the power to heal, the power to forgive, and many others. Great for introducing a message on the topic of prayer.
By: Church Fuel
Did you know, our brains express only two basic emotions: fear and love? And it is our decision to choose one or the other. Christ says that, "Perfect love casts out all fear." Which will you choose?
By: FreeBridge Media
Every moment of every day, we are faced with a choice to worship God. In our circumstances, in our homes, in our work…in our lives. Worshiping God isn’t just a Sunday thing. It’s a daily, moment by moment, choice. If we can take life one moment at a time and offer those moments to God, we will finally see what it means to lead a life of worship.
By: Soul Refinery
Why is there always such a huge gap between what we resolve to do and what we actually do, especially in matters of faith? This video makes fun of that idea and asks the question "What will YOU do this year?"¯ A perfect video for your New Years message.
Scripture: Romans 7:19
We work, accumulate, toil, labor ... for what? It is easy for our work to feel meaningless. This short explores the tension and frustration that comes from defining our purpose from work. "Meaningless" is a great short film for messages on Labor Day, rest, identity and success.
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 1:1-1:18
Perfect for Thanksgiving! Gratitude isn't automatic or easy. Most of the time, we make an intentional choice to be thankful--a decision that helps us see God more clearly.