Christmas Sermons, Videos, Backgrounds and PowerPoint Templates for Preaching
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Dads are everything to their kids. They're superheroes, mechanics, teachers, encouragers, disciplinarians and so much more. Today, it's time to pause and remember all the things our Dad's have done for us...and to thank God for the gift of a Father.
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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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This Thanksgiving, take some time to reflect on everything God has done. Thanks Him for His grace, His love, His forgiveness and faithfulness. Thank Him for hearing our prayers, for sending His Son and for changing our lives. God is worthy of our praise…offer it to Him this Thanksgiving.
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This film puts an artistic spin to that old saying "remember the reason for the season" as acclaimed artist Barak Hardley crafts a nativity scene out of pieces of seasonal consumerism.
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This Christmas mini-movie shows a child anticipating the excitement of opening a gift beneath the tree. Day after day, he can’t help but ask his mother constantly if it’s time to open presents. This heart-warming short story has a bit of a twist at the end, with a call to “Celebrate the Spirit of Giving.”
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What does it say about the character of God that He would give His only son for us? So often, we spend Christmas focused on what it is like to receive this gift, but in The Gift of Christmas, we shift our perspective to instead imagine what it was like for God to give us the gift of Jesus. Perfect as a worship opener, or as any part of a Christmas service.
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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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A prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God for sending us the greatest gift of His Son Jesus Christ. Featuring holiday candles and a wintery soundtrack, this mini-movie can be used as an intro to open a Christmas Eve worship service, as a transition just before the sermon, or as a benediction to close the evening service.
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:17
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It’s easy to become so focused on the “next step” in life that we miss out on the amazing life that is happening all around us. Perfect for Thanksgiving, The Cure encourages your community to be thankful for the miracle of now.

Written by Ann Voskamp, author of the New York Times bestseller, One Thousand Gifts, A Dare To Live Fully Right Where You Are, who believes that when we’re looking for joy, we will always find it in our gratitude. Find her at her blog or on Twitter.
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We were alone, living under the curse of sin, until the light of Jesus broke into our world. Wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger, the Word became flesh. So, come let us adore the Newborn King, Christ the Lord. Featuring scripture from Luke 2:10-11, this mini-movie works perfectly as a worship intro or sermon illustration for your Advent, Christmas, and Christmas Eve services.