Church Video Illustrations about Light
Media Collection of Church Videos, Sermon Video Illustration, Mini-Movies and Films
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This video demonstrates what it means to be a disciple of Christ. As Christians can make a difference in the world. God can work through us to change lives.
We all shine a light and that light symbolizes God’s love. We all possess the power in helping others shine their light for the good of mankind.
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.
It’s Halloween again, the much debated yearly celebration. Some of us enjoy the day, while others would rather lock our doors and turn off the porch light. No matter your opinion, the fact is, more people will come to your door on October 31st than any other night of the year. What a great opportunity to be Christ to your community. Greet people, offer them something warm to drink, shake hands, offer a smile. But, whatever you do, don’t be THAT house. Keep your porch light on, welcome people and be a light to your community.
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.
God has always shown up in the most unlikely places. Jesus' life was the greatest example of that. Perfect for Easter or any moment in your services that want to convey the impact of Jesus. This is the video your congregation will be talking about a long time after your service is over!
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.