Igniter Shorts

  • The Paradox Of Christmas

    A long time ago, one silent night loudly proclaimed God's love for us. He gave up what He had so that we might receive what we need.

  • A Social Network Christmas

    This video is an artistic take on how the story of the nativity might have read had a social network existed at the time of Jesus's birth. Follow this historical period as it unfolds as a digital narrative. You can find the song O Come Emmanuel, by Folk Angel, on iTunes.

  • Smart

    Since the beginning of time, man has thought he was smart enough to know everything about this world. Whether it was the shape of the earth or how computers would affect our lives, man always develops a theory. We just seem to be consistently wrong. While knowledge is a noble pursuit, Proverbs re...

  • The March of the Unqualified

    "God can't use me or at least shouldn't." We've probably all thought it at some point. However, studying the Bible shows us that many flawed people were used by God in powerful ways. They were just as unqualified as you. So now what's your excuse? Adapted from the writings of Matt Tullos.

  • Jesus and Santa

    Lately, it seems like some of us have been confusing Jesus with Santa. After all, they both have beards and several nicknames, and often, we get caught up hoping that they both bring us everything we want. However, this season let us remember that one of them comes to give us what we think we wan...

  • Christmas In 50 Words

    Through poem, this mini movie captures the beauty of the events surrounding the Nativity, all the while reminding us what Mary learned so many years ago. Poem by Dana Livesay. The musical track "Solace" created by Brian Wurzell and TJ Hill.

  • Boys and Groups

    Community helps believers walk firmly in their faith. As this video humorously illustrates, we are quite vulnerable when we are isolated.

  • Boys and Grills

    This funny video finally reveals who really does the work on those" grilling-out" nights. Knowing that Christ came to serve, not to be served, this type of evening probably wasn’t what Paul had in mind when he instructed husbands to love their wives as Christ loves the Church. Perhaps a little re...

  • A Baby Is Comin'

    Before Jesus was born, the world was stuck in darkness and sin. The Lord had gone quiet. The patriarchs were long dead. The law was failing. It was a silent night, but everything was about to change.

  • The Bible In 50 Words

    This video is an artistic look at God's story, including the Old Testament (Abraham, Jacob, Saul, etc.), the Gospel (hope died, love rose), and all that we have to look forward to (God remained), in just 50 words. Poem by Dana Livesay.

  • Cruise Ship vs. Battleship

    How do you typically “church-shop?” Are you mostly interested in finding a church that accommodates your needs and gives you a comfortable experience? Or are you looking for a church that equips you to serve and deploys your gifts?

  • The Man And The Birds

    The Man & The Birds is a fictional account of a man struggling with the Truth of Christmas who finds revelation in an unexpected place. This video seeks to shed light on the mystery of Christ's incarnation.

  • It's Our Time

    This video is a plea to today's Church to take its rightful place as the steward of the gospel. We can no longer be restrained by either our excuses or sins. It's our time to rise up and serve a watching world.

  • The Fishing Club

    Church, Bible study, community, discipleship. These are all important aspects in your walk with Christ, but what are you doing with them? We are called to so much more than the internalization of information.
    Inspired by "The Parable of the Fishless Fishermen."

  • You Do The Math

    Faith versus works is an endless. Can we work our way to heaven? Can we obtain salvation simply through faith regardless of how we live? This video investigates how the truth really adds up.

  • That's My King

    The late S.M. Lockridge once presented an incredible message, describing our God and who He is. Though God can't be described with just words, this is as close as you can get this side of Heaven.

  • What Has God Done For Me?

    We partnered with satirical news site The Babylon Bee to create this tongue-in-cheek news story. It's a good reminder that can be confident in the existence of our Creator and that, despite popular belief, science and faith aren't mutually exclusive worldviews.

  • 99 Balloons

    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. In the midst of heartbreaking tragedy, th...

  • Killer Marriage Tips

    Johnny and Chachi team up with special guest Gary Smalley to share some killer marriage tips. From communication to finances, these guys are full of marriage advice sure to help any husband.

  • An Easter Moment

    Darrell returns in his own unique (and hilarious) way to celebrate Easter and the meaning of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection. Watch as Darrell tries to bring his family together to discuss the various traditions and truths about the season.

  • Change The World

    Many of us work hard at our jobs and devote much of our time, giftedness, and energy to wonderful callings. However, we must never let these endeavors supplant our most important responsibilities: our family, our marriage, and/or our kids. Watch this video, then take a second to consider where yo...

  • Johnny and Chachi's Church Invite

    Do you have a hard time getting people to invite others to church? Don’t worry, Johnny and Chachi are here to help again. Although, you may want to brainstorm a few of your own ideas…

  • Consuming Fire

    What would it look like to use fire to represent the blood of Christ cleansing us of sin? Let this mini movie encourage you in the beauty and power of the Gospel.

  • Christmas According To Kids

    This video is a telling of the Nativity story through the eyes of kids. There are a few facts that aren’t quite accurate, but it’s a fun, light-hearted way to celebrate Christmas.