Mini Movies

Sermon Intro Youth Ministry Videos, Movies for Youth Groups, Worship Intros

  • $20.00

    01 ephesus
    Scriptura

    A letter to the Church of Ephesus.

  • $20.00

    1 outta 7
    The Veracity Project

    Have you ever wondered why God created the Sabbath? What if He did it simply because He wanted to spend time with us? Is it a date? Is it a burden? Is it still important? This short, light hearted, and touching video sheds a little light on the original intent of the seventh day.

  • $12.00

    1 peter
    Nathan VonMinden

    This introduction to the book of 1 Peter is a thoughtful look at the books author. Peter had many firsts throughout his life, which says a lot about him as a man and sets up his first epistle.

  • $19.99

    100 a psalm of worship
    Freebridge Media

    We are all called to worship. We are all created to give glory to God. We are meant to shout with joy and worship the Lord with gladness. Psalm 100 is a powerful call to give honor to the living God and enter His courts with praise.

  • $20.00

    23
    Scriptura

    Based on the famous Psalm 23 passage, watch as the shepherd tends to his flock just as the Lord tends to his followers - with love, care, discipline and tenderness.

  • $12.00

    24: how are you spending yours?
    Hyper Pixels Media

    We live in a fast-paced world...where so many things beg for our time. This exciting video, which plays off the popular TV show "24", will help your congregation examine their priorities and look at how they are spending their time. This video works great as a sermon introduction when you're preaching on the topics of commitment, priorities, purpose, time management, or "24: A Day with God" series.

  • $20.00

    40 million minutes
    Visual Reality

    The average lifespan of an American is 40 Million Minutes. But, how much of that is spent with the creator of time?

  • $15.00

    46 characters church invite
    Motion Worship

    This fun, quirky invite video features brightly colored text message bubbles and describes the changes you can make with just 46 characters: your home, your relationship status, your vehicle, or just about anything! Toward the end, it encourages the viewer to try using 46 characters to change someone’s life with these words “Hey, want to come with me to church this week?”

  • $15.00

    5 tips on sharing the gospel
    indoubt

    5 practical tips on sharing the gospel in 60 seconds. Great for youth groups, young adults groups, evangelism classes, and sermons on evangelism.

  • $18.98

    60 seconds until easter
    Floodgate Productions

    What's on your screen 60 seconds before your Easter services start? Inspire, ignite and set the tone for the rest of your Easter worship experience.

  • $20.00

    62
    The Veracity Project

    The twentieth century produced more Christian martyrs than in all the previous centuries combined. Millions are still being persecuted today. This video portrays how Psalm 62 encouraged men to stand firm in their faith...at gun point!

  • $20.00

    99 balloons
    Igniter Media

    Eliot was born with an undeveloped lung, a heart with a hole in it and DNA that placed faulty information into each and every cell of his body. However, that could not stop the living God from proclaiming Himself through this boy who never uttered a word.

  • $20.00

    a 4 year old tells the christmas story
    CalMarc

    The Christmas Story from Luke told by a 4 year old.

  • $19.99

    a call from jesus
    Second Look Films

    The last thing Sarah expected as she sat on her porch was a call from the almighty! Jesus wants to know us, to speak to us, and to hear from us. In short, He wants relationship. He gently challenges Sarah - and all of us - to share our lives with Him daily, and to find our identity in Him alone.

  • $14.98

    a candlelight dinner for two
    The Poetic

    With everything from tweets to posts, from pictures to tags, from likes to favorites, we have a lot of things making it impossible for us to be alone with God. Have we forgotten what it’s like?