Inspirational movie clips and sermon illustrations at WingClips.com Movie clips that illustrate and inspire

Is It Worth It?

A local youth leader, Chris, inspires Jake to look for something greater in his life and give God a chance.

Themes: Hypocrisy, Defining Moments, Influence, Evangelism, Discipleship, Mentor, Role Models, Witnessing

You must be signed in to download

 

Sermon Outline

Main Idea: Unbelievers Are Watching To See If Our Faith Makes A Difference

Scene Setup: Jake Taylor has just eyewitnessed the suicide of one of his childhood friends. Realizing he had forsaken his friend to move into the upper echalon of the jock world, Jake...

You must be signed in to view sermon outlines

5.0/5 Stars (2 ratings)

Comments (5)

  • Rick Eubanks (over 12 years ago)

    This is way beyond any faith film that has yet been produced. It's real...honest, and confronts students, parents, and pastors with real life. It's a strong challenges to "nominal" church youth groups to live a life that makes a difference.

  • Paul Pickern (over 12 years ago)

    It is real! The question is, are we? Great Challenge for us all!

  • Kevin Cox (over 12 years ago)

    Amazing film! Are we as the church willing to live in such a way that steps out of the Christian norm and engages the world where they are? I echo Paul in the comment above, it's not about where we are going to be honest with the world, but are we willing to be honest with ourselves. Real enough to let others see us. Only then will God allow us to see others.

  • Candy Roberts (over 12 years ago)

    WOW!!! This film brings your walk into prospective. A huge eye opener for teens and adults. Stop going through the motions, put your faith into action.

  • Douglas Holt (over 12 years ago)

    What a tremendously powerful presentation about the genuine worth of real relationship with Christ.

You must be signed in to comment

"To Save A Life" movie clips poster

To Save A Life is a powerful movie about the real-life challenges of teens and their choices. But it’s more than just a movie—it’s a story about change and a powerful reminder of how we can all make a difference in someone’s life. At some point, every teen has to decide: “What’s my life going to be about?” To Save A Life dares to bring that question into their world, encouraging them to answer it with boldness, honesty and Christ-likeness.

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements involving teen suicide, teen drinking, some drug content, disturbing images and sexuality.

Principal Cast: Randy Wayne, Deja Kreutzberg and Joshua Weigel

Director: Brian Baugh

Seabiscuit movie clips for education public speakingBack To The FutureThe Hurricane - His greatest fight was for justice.Schindler’s List movie clips for education and sermonsApollo 13

Search WingClips

Unplanned Top banner