It’s time for another Top 10 list! The lucky topic we will explore this week is the Top 10 worship songs you should be singing in your church (or KidMin) today! This list contains some solid tracks from Yancy, to Crowder, to Kari Jobe, to Passion, and more that your church can and should be using right now. As I was looking at this list I realized that many times it’s easy to forget about KidMin options. Because of that I wanted to be sure to include some possibilities for you to use in this post. So don’t be shy to pass these along to Worship Directors, KidMin Directors, Creative Directors, or anyone who may benefit from this list. Alright, go ahead and check these out!
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Father’s Day is almost here. Are you ready? Do you have your sermon idea picked out and ready to go? How about some media to go along with your message? It could really help accentuate the main points you are trying to hit.
If you need encouragement for a direction for your sermon outline, or ideas for what to use as a background for worship songs or sermon notes, we have some inspiration for you. I’m including a few sermon ideas from our sister site, SermonSearch.com, that will hopefully encourage you as you craft your own message. I’m also providing sermon slides and video illustrations from WorshipHouseMedia that you are going to love!
How to Be a Fabulous Father by Jim Perdue
This is a great sermon to guide your prep work as it focuses in on a foundational statement we find in many homes today, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”
How to Be an Influential Father by Ernest Easley
With Noah as his backdrop, Ernest Easley shares with us a time that he was in desperate need of a godly father to rise up and lead.
Do You Know Who Your Father Is? by James Merritt
This is a tremendous sermon that digs into the doctrine of adoption. There is something so powerful and life-transforming about this doctrine and topic of adoption, especially when it’s preached around Father’s Day. This is a excellent choice to consider as you seek a topic to preach on Father’s Day.
Being a father, I’ve been thinking about our holiday we have coming up. I’ve considered where it’s placed in the calendar in relation to Mother’s Day. That placement, in June, makes me think that a mother chose the month to celebrate. Do you know why?
Because we’re being tested. If we didn’t do a good job celebrating moms, then look out! Father’s Day might not be what you hoped it would be. But if you wooed and wowed on Mother’s Day, then Father’s Day might just be a great day for you!
All jokes aside, Father’s Day will be here before you know it and I want to make sure you are ready to go with all the media you need to honor the dads in your congregation. In light of our desire to honor dads, here are three of our top trending mini movies for Father’s Day. Let me warn you ahead of time; be prepared to laugh and also well up with enough emotion to possibly cause a tear to drop from your eye. These are some great choices to use in your service on Father’s Day.
This cinemagraph encourages your community to follow you on all your social media channels. With your purchase, you will receive versions with and without text. Cinemagraphs bring still images to life, and are an eye-catching way to communicate necessary (but often, boring) information.
Here’s a crazy creative motion background that’s perfect for any service or event from Sword Point Productions!
“Mighty Worship Motions” brings you this fun, beat-blast re-do of the classic kids song. These exciting and groove-infused lyrics and worship motions will stick with your kids. The 2-color computer animated silhouette worship leader keeps the focus on the song & the motions, so kids will retain and recall this song everywhere they go. All kids voices, singing in a key that works for kids, at a tempo and length that will keep kids attention.
Glowing particles stream from a pink and blue sunburst with light rays shooting through fog. A high-energy background.
Colorful blue ink flows over a white background. This is a great trendy background for anytime of year and is part of the Washed Away Collection.
Are you recognizing or celebrating the birth of the church this weekend? This Sunday, we recognize Pentecost: the day the Holy Spirit was sent to indwell and seal believers. This is a day that is often overlooked on the Christian calendar, but it is worth taking the time to recognize and remember. Without Pentecost, we’d still be waiting for Jesus’ words to be fulfilled, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth” (Acts 1:8). Thank God for Pentecost. Thank God for His Church. Thank God that He chose to send the Holy Spirit to believers and begin the movement of the church. If you are preaching on Pentecost, then we have some great media for you to use. Here are several fantastic options for you to choose from, including mini movies, sermon slides, and motion backgrounds.
Pentecost by Shift Worship
This brief, stylized mini movie retells the events of Pentecost, emphasizing God’s revelation of Himself to the world and the birth of the church.
Pentecost by Skit Guys Studios
Was it a strong wind or the sound of an ice cream truck? Tommy and Eddie debate and re-enact what might have happened on that first Pentecost Sunday.
Part of the Pentecost Collection from ShiftWorship.com, these abstract flame and cloud backgrounds work great for Pentecost Sunday.
This pentecost image was designed to reflect the intimacy of the upper room, as well as the energy and excitement of pentecost.
Absolutely beautiful title background featuring the word “Pentecost” and a fire flame. Perfect title background to use during your worship service! Also, great to use during your bible study on the person of the Holy Spirit.
This is a simple, yet captivating motion background to use during your service.