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Instead of focusing on human willpower for New Year resolutions, this video brings the focus back to God and his commitment to us. It's a great theme for a January sermon series and can even be shown later in the year when New Year's resolutions are long forgotten but God is still keeping his promises.
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Faith. Hope. Love. We struggle to do each of them to our (or anyone else's) satisfaction. Yet, as believers, we persist, though it requires risk on our part. Risk to have faith. Risk to have hope. And risk to love, though we may fail... we continue to remain.
— These Three Remain was produced by Beamer Films
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It's easy to say we believe in God, but often we live our lives as if we don't. It's easy to take what we want out of being a Christ-follower, as if much of the Scripture doesn't apply to us.
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A powerful emotionally captivating video for Good Friday or Easter. It wasn't man's power or their cruel inventions that held the Creator of the universe to the cross. It was love. The haunting score contains lyrics from Psalm 51 and was composed by John Schreiner.
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This video transforms from Taps to Amazing Grace reminding us of the cost of our freedom both physically and spiritually. Great for Memorial Day, July 4th or Veteran's Day.
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This fast-paced, high-impact video is a great way to start your service and get everybody focused on the purpose of the church.
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Make the story of Hosea personal to your congregation. This video takes the principles from that story and applies them to a present day couple. This parable shows that God's love is unconditional, his grace unceasing, and his forgiveness readily available for each of us. This video was formerly titled "Wounded Bride."
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Imagine if our Bible could talk. What would it say? Would we be proud to hear its memoirs? Would it speak of our devotion to God's Word or reveal something different?
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The Persistent Quarterback is a true story about a young boy full of heart and determination and it reminds us of the persistent widow -- the story Jesus told his disciples to remind them that they should always pray and never lose heart. Perfect for the topic of prayer, persistence, hope and not losing heart.
— The Persistent Quarterback was produced by Beamer Films
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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?
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