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In the tradtion of "The Screwtape Letters", three demons conspire to persuade the world not to believe or not care that the resurrection of Jesus ever happened.
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.
Forgiveness abounds in this power-packed video. It explores the idea that every sin, every hurt, and every wrong were all spilled out in drops of blood at the garden of Gethsemane, crushed by the heavy, splintered wood on the road to calvary, and nailed to the cross on that hill called Golgotha.
A powerful and emotional video illustration for preaching a Good Friday or Easter Sunday church service message. He was rejected – that we might be accepted. He was hated – that we might be loved. He was crucified – that we might be justified.
Scripture: John 1:1-1:14
Pain and suffering in a world created by a good and loving God are difficult issues for some people to accept. Although it is a sensitive subject, there is a biblical reason why pain and suffering exist today.
More people want to come to church on Easter Sunday than any other day of the year. This comedic video will encourage your congregation to INVITE this Easter season in a light-hearted way. All characters are played by 2 actors!
Encourage your congregation to INVITE friends, family and neighbors during the Christmas season. This video confronts the fact that studies show again and again that during the Christmas season more people are open to spiritual truth than any other time of the year -- they're willing to led down their gaurd and hear the name and good news of Jesus.
This deBunked tackles the issue of evangelism. Some Christians say that they don't need to tell anybody about Jesus or the Bible, they just need to live a good life. Others say we need live a life worthy of the calling which includes sharing our faith.