Church Video Illustrations about Outreach
Media Collection of Church Videos, Sermon Video Illustration, Mini-Movies and Films
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This inspirational mini-movie talks about how we can be the hands and feet of Jesus in this hurting world. And that we can do anything through Christ who gives us strength. We shouldn’t just stand by and wait for change, we should be the change.
Words hold incredible power. As Christians we should fill our words with Love. This video explains that our words can play a vital role into bringing a life closer to God.
By: FreeBridge Media
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.
So what's in a chair? You are...the Church. It doesn't matter if you attend church in a building, in a home, or a high school gym. God is telling a story through Christians sitting in the chairs every time we meet.
There are many kinds of invitations. Some can be cute. Some can be spur of the moment. And some can be life changing. Use this mini-movie to remind your congregation to invite someone to your church's Easter services.
It's so easy to go to church, but so difficult to be the church. This mini-movie challenges Christians to serve "the least of these" without tying you down to just one application or interpretation.
The statements from the cross, both by Christ and those around Him, in His last moments on Calvary's Hill, have profound impact upon our lives. This video can be used for evangelical outreaches, communion services, studies about the cross or the crucifixion, worship intros, Good Friday services, or as a great opener for Easter morning services. The screen is black for the first 10 seconds.