Church Video Illustrations about Hope
Media Collection of Church Videos, Sermon Video Illustration, Mini-Movies and Films
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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.
This fast-paced, high-impact video is a great way to start your service and get everybody focused on the purpose of the church.
A lot has happened in one year. We’ve seen terrorism dominate the news and genocide and war all over the world. We’ve seen the racial divide grow larger by the day and witnessed unspeakable tragedies. Sometimes, life here on earth seems hopeless. As we come to the New Year, we need to stop and ask one question. Where does our hope come from? Real hope is found in God…who makes all things new.
By: Tim Kressin
Sometimes it feels as though sin has dominion over our life. However, through the Cross, we are given a new clean life, victory over sin and our scarred paper is replaced. A great video to show that Christ, through crucifixion and resurrection, he has paid our way and wiped us clean.
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.
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.
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.
Everywhere you go there is a need. In our cities, our nation and our world. People are struggling, addicted, broken and lost. If Jesus is the hope of the world, then His church should act as His hands and feet. It’s time for the church to act on the hope we have. To meet people wherever they are and share the love of Jesus. It’s time to meet the need.
Even in our darkest times, when it seems like God is silent, He is still working for our good. For out of the darkness of that silent night, Hope was born! Perfect for any Christmas or Christmas Eve service, based on scripture from Matthew 4:16 and Romans 8:28.
The incredible grace of God is a gift we don’t deserve. Yet, because of the work of the cross, it is a gift given to us freely. In it we find forgiveness, mercy, redemption and love. Through grace, we have hope, new birth and eternal life. That is the power of grace.