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This video describes the life of one man who gave more, loved more, and influenced more than all other men in history. His name was Jesus. Use this inspiring video as an Easter intro or worship intro.
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The Christmas story comes down to one simple truth. God loved us so much, that He gave Jesus. Because of this, eternity has changed forever. Grace arrived in Bethlehem that night and the world was never the same.
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Have you ever wondered what hope truly is? It's more than a wish or a desire. Hope is the response of a heart longing for God. Hope is waiting for our Savior to return and knowing He's returning for us. Hope is about trusting in a God who has never let us down. That's what hope is.
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Where is God when we feel lost in the storms of life? The Bible says our hope in God is the anchor for the soul. But what if we can’t feel His presence during the storm?
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From the producers of "Gossip" comes this new holiday comedy about the spirit of giving. Starring Beth Grant ("Pushing Daisies"), Wendi McLendon-Covey ("Reno 911"), and Marianne Muellerleile ("Life With Bonnie").
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The prophet Isaiah uses the olive harvest as a metaphor to describe a coming judgment. In his description, the tree is the earth, the beating with rods is God's wrath and the falling olives are people. Isaiah’s message is two-fold, to give strong warning of judgment, but also to bring hope…there will be a remnant…a few olives will remain! The important question then is how can we be part of the remnant? In chapter 53, Isaiah reveals that salvation will come through the coming of a person—one who will take God’s wrath and punishment for sin upon himself.
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"...They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks..." Until that day comes, may we honor those who have sacrificed their lives so that we may be free.
Scripture: Isaiah 2:4, Micah 4:3
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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.
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Some of the most cherished memories fathers can leave for our children are the simplest: when we focus on nothing but them. The chance to be a daddy comes each day after birth. Honor the daddies in your community with this touching mini-movie.
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A powerful, poetic Christmas mini-movie that drives us to imagine our Creator coming to us, reaching into our world for the purpose of offering his grace and love!