For the past seven months my collaborators and I have been working on a handful of top-secret projects... but seeing as I’m a terrible secret keeper here are some sneak peeks at two projects coming down the line! Bear in mind that release dates are subject to change.
Vol 2 of our ever-expanding library of countdowns and motions is now available. It contains 16 Motions and 4 countdowns for only $17. Check it out!
The team and I have been hard at work on five new mini-movies that are a few months out from wrapping. But in the meantime I've put together a collection of motion loops and countdowns to make your worship service more beautiful.

The collection contains 13 Motion Loops and 5 Five Minute Countdown Timers for only $17. Check it out!
Happy Easter from the Stevers
I’ve been lucky enough to be making videos to help churches share the gospel for a decade now. It's been an amazing adventure and I don't know where God is going to take me next but I am so thankful for your continued support along this journey. It’s a joy to be able to serve you, your church, and your community.

May you be renewed and strengthened in the promise of our Lord Jesus Christ. Have a blessed and wonderful Easter!


Here's a bit of bad news: I will not be releasing any new Easter mini-movies this year. But the reason is not a scandalous one and I hope that you’ll understand this decision of mine. Allow me to explain.

Cain and Abel both brought offerings to the Lord but only Abel’s was accepted. Why did God reject Cain’s offering? This mini-movie looks at the principal of the firstfruit and why it is so crucial in how we approach giving. This video could be used in conjunction with a tithing message (ie - Putting God first in your finances) but the concept of giving God the first and the best extends to every aspect of our lives. God doesn’t accept leftovers; God must be first.

This mini-movie was inspired by the book "The Blessed Life" by Robert Morris. I highly recommend it if you want to dive deeper into the topic of the firstfruits, giving, or stewardship.


I began the journey on "YHWH" six months ago when I came across a YouTube video of a poet from the UK named Sh'maya performing a piece of spoken word. There was something about the poem that grabbed me, it was majestic yet authentic and raw, and I felt God leading me to pursue this poem as my next project. I contacted the poet, Sh'maya, and told him I'd love to turn his poem into an animated short film. After alleviating some of the natural concerns an artist has when handing their creation over to another artist, he was in. I was excited. He was excited. And then everything proceeded to fall apart.

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