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We as Christians shouldn't just think about being a light in the world, but actually be a light in the world. This light hearted video demonstrates the "what ifs" in life and shows how we as Christians can share God's love. Can be used as a welcome, invite, or evangelizing video.
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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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We Are The Church Video - This inspiring new video will positively challenge the way visitors and members think about the Church by showing how it offers people a place to find hope and help through true community in the midst of life's difficulties.
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When people come to your Christmas Eve services, they all need a reminder to leave the chaos behind and to focus on the Child, the manger and the hope He brings.
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This powerful worship video is all about crying out to our God and worshiping Him for all He is and all He's done. “You”, is a great way to intro your next message on worship or use it kick off your next worship service or event.
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God has given us so much to be thankful for. Life, love, grace, mercy and the promise of eternity with Him. “I Am Thankful” is a declaration of thanksgiving and a great fit for any message on thankfulness or your next Thanksgiving service.
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This Easter mini-movie illustrates the ways in which Christ was put to death for our sake. Imagery includes a crown of thorns, cross with purple fabric, wooden staff, nails & hammer, Calvary, and the tomb closing. It concludes with the resurrection complete with uplifting music and powerful messages of hope.
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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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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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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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