We are continuing our approach to Easter and I can only conclude that pastors and church leaders are in the process of planning services and events for the Easter season. With such a great collection of Easter Church Media elements, I feel compelled to highlight some of the videos that stand out from the rest. In doing this, I always take the risk of overlooking many of our church videos that may be perfect for your event so please be sure to scan our large Easter Church Videos gallery.
This is a high energy intro perfect to transition into any teaching on Jesus' death and resurrection.
In this post, I’d like to highlight a sermon illustration video that has a lot of energy and delivers a compelling message for your Easter event. With this video in mind, I can imagine the possibilities of using it as a service opener, a worship transition video or as a sermon illustration to lead into your message. This video offers a flexibility if you can be a little creative.
The sermon video I’m speaking of is titled, “Risen from the Dead” and is produced by Fresh Purpose Productions. The video plays out as a blockbuster movie trailer in the beginning. I love the dramatic music and creative titling that emphasizes key moments of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. As the video continues, it captures the emotion of the Biblical text as it declares that Christ is no longer in the tomb but He has risen from the dead. The video concludes with a passage in Matthew 28 declaring that He has risen indeed.
The dynamic of this video is contained in the raw message of the Easter story. The power is in the transformative words of scripture that declare the work of Christ on the cross and the power of the resurrection. I love the title as it declares what is most important about Easter…Risen from the Dead. Although this video is lacking some originality, it contains the life changing truth of the Gospel and broadcast in a way that is exciting and full of energy. I encourage you to view it yourself to see if it’s a fit for your Easter services.blog comments powered by Disqus