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Category Archive: Animations from Christopher Powers

Christopher is a talented animator whose Christ-honoring and exalting videos are frequently posted here. They are great for personal and corporate worship. Check all of them out!

Oct 06

The Name of God – An Animation

Unlike some of my other animations, this one is especially designed for the person who already believes in Jesus. In it I explore a theological concept that has captivated my imagination for the last 3 years, namely, that the identity of God is most perfectly communicated to us in the crucified and risen Jesus Christ. …

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Sep 06

Love Made – An Animation

Love Made – An Animation Poetry from Quina Aragon Free Discussion Guide: For more information about the work of Christopher Powers, please visit his webpage here.

Aug 06

True Food – An Animation

This animation is an attempt to bring the all-satisfying beauty of the crucified and risen Christ to bear against the soul-ailment of addiction. My prayer is that it might be used to stir holy love for the Triune God and so decisively shatter strongholds of lesser joys, and that those who are weary of falling …

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Mar 26

It is Finished – An Animation

A gospel presentation using animation from Christopher Powers. Music: “It Is Finished (Tetelestai)” by Caitelen.

Jul 18

Set Your Eyes – An Animation

Set Your Eyes – An Animation

Oct 21

These Are Written: An Animation

These Are Written: An animation done for Christ’s glory

Jul 02

Close By – An Animation

Video made as a commission for Five14 Church (

Jan 22

Dead Come Alive: An Animation

Dead Come Alive: An Animation

Mar 24

Let There Be – An Animation

This song by Gungor deals primarily with the Genesis account of creation, however in 2 Corinthians 4:6, Paul compares the Light that first exploded into the universe at creation with the Light that shines into a heart that comes to trust in Jesus Christ as Savior.

Oct 10

Save – An Animation

Tyler Joseph from the band Twenty One Pilots paints an awesome picture of what it means to cry to Christ in utter desperation for salvation. Whether it’s manifested as a scream on the lips or in the heart – we all must come to the place where we recognize the complete inability of ourselves to be “good enough” and that “there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12)

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