A few months back I heard a talk from Tim Keller that changed the way I read the Bible, specifically the Old Testament, and I knew I had to share it in my own way. The idea of seeing Christ throughout the Old Testament was a revelation for me that changed the way I view the Bible's stories and characters.
After months of working on this project with some truly talented people I am thrilled to present "True and Better". May it help you to see Christ throughout the Bible and may it change your life like it has mine.
Every Christmas I like to give away something special as a thank you for your continued support. This year I am giving away a collection of stylish nativity video clips and stills that can be used as worship backgrounds or incorporated into custom video pieces. You can download it for free here. Also check out last years freebie. Thank you for allowing me to serve you and your church. Merry Christmas!
The central issue in our walk with God is not sin management but rather it is the understanding of who we are in Christ. Our identity is not defined by our failures or by our past but by Christ’s work on the cross.
Mini-movie #48 is a whimsical adventure through the Ten Commandments, the basis of western civilization. Included with your purchase are a package of graphics to help enhance your sermon or series because I've always adherred to the rule: "Thou shalt include a ton of bonus content with every video".
This is a very personal mini-movie that I begun last year after the death of a family member. I pray that you are able to use it as an encouragement for those in your life that are struggling to come to terms with death.
Just in time for Easter we're releasing a pack of motions and stills designed to help you craft a moving Good Friday worship experience. It's absolutely free so what are you waiting for go download it!
Time and again the Bible speaks of a cup of wrath which will be poured out against sinners. It is a cup filled to the brim with the perfect wrath of a perfectly just God. The cup of wrath was ours to drink, but in an unimaginable act of compassion, God chose to intervene and take our wrath upon Himself.
"For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him." John 3:17