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My Dad started a tradition, every year he wrote me a letter for my birthday expressing his thoughts, love and prayers for me. This video pays tribute to that legacy and Fatherʼs everywhere for their love and sacrifice.
Scripture: Proverbs 22:6
Worship is about expressing God’s worth. It’s about putting ourselves aside and dwelling only on Him. It’s about living our lives in a way which reflects how we truly feel about Him. In our worship, in our actions, in our lives, may we all be saying, in one voice, “I love You Lord!”
Sometimes it's hard to find the words to express just how grateful we are for our Mom. She's taught us, fed us, nurtured us and disciplined us all because she loves us. “Dear Mom” is an open letter of thanks to all the Mom's who ever got up in the middle of the night, sat through a baseball game, fed a hungry group of teenagers or hugged us when we had a broken heart. Sometimes the only thing left to say is thank you.
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?
Love is more than a word or something we say. Love is life changing. Love is what God gives to us and asks us to give to others. This bright and colorful video is a great way to express the true meaning of love.
During this holiday season it is often easy to say, "Thank you..." for all our many blessings but does it end there? This video challenges the notion that Thanksgiving is a Holiday of simple words spoken to express gratitude and raises the idea that saying, "Thank you..." means very little if it isn't accompanied with action.
This fast-paced Easter video illustration for preaching is informative and fun. The video expresses the full Gospel message, why the resurrection is so important, and one of the reasons the Church is on this planet.
Can our prayers be used as an attempt to manipulate Christ? We express gratitude in order to receive blessings. We lavish kind, endearing words on Him in an attempt to “butter him up”. But, is that what Christ desires? Does saying nice things = blessings? From the producers of the best-selling series, “Coffee with Jesus”, we ask the question, are our prayers more than a transaction?
Scripture: Matthew 6:1