YouTube and Video Ministries

“Magdalena” movie trailer

Have you found some great videos to share for evangelism or discipleship?  Check out some of these  great videos to share through eMails, Facebook, Twitter, or your blog. You can link to YouTube videos or to meaningful content in the Video Room and through the videos offered by Magdalena TodayGlobal Short Film Network, and Power to Change.

This list is more of a general list; I obviously can’t include every ministry or every country’s ministry.  Having all the videos from campuses around the world, for instance, would be too much to maintain, so hopefully, you will be able to find more ministries through searches, too.

Since this post is so long, here’s a “Table of Contents”


“JESUS” Film

Portions of the “JESUS” film can be found on YouTube or go to the official JESUS Film Project site for free, high-quality downloadable clips of the film and of field reports.    Of course, the official JESUS Film Project has links for the “JESUS” film, and also The Story of Jesus for Children, both in many translations.

Three additional sources of film and video from The JESUS Film Project are:

The LAB Design Group

SimpleBulldog Studio and  innovative monkey productions are the film components of the LAB Design Group of the National Campus Office.


Athletes in Action

Athletes in Action has a YouTube channel and you can also watch some AIA videos here (one soccer video and several basketball videos) and also on  Athletes in Action Team Blogs. Video Room


Watch interviews from FamilyLife Today or use these videos to promote a Weekend to Remember.

FamilyLife in Switzerland offers German videos. Also, follow this link for videos from FamilyLife, Canada.

The Legacy Project

The Legacy Project  shares faith-building stories (told by long-term staff of Campus Crusade for Christ) from their many years of ministry.


Download free video widgets for your blog or website from LifeWidget.


Finishing the Task videos

Power to Change

Power to Change videos from Canada’s Truth Media Internet Group


StoryRunners offers two videos explaining their ministry.  Here and here.


Athletes in Action USA

Anything Can TalkDavid Pendleton, ventriloquist

blue sky nine – Keynote band

CCC Alumni – from CCCI Alumni

CCC Legacy Project – from The Legacy Project

Enthused for CSU

eQuipping for eMinistry

FamilyLife Today – from FamilyLife

GlobalAidNetwork – from GAiN

Global Media Outreach – from Global Media Outreach

HLIC New York – from Here’s Life, Inner City, NYC

Josh McDowell (and more videos at Josh McDowell Ministry)

Keynote Connection (and more videos from Keynote)

Leader-led Movements

Magdalena Today

Media for Ministry – videos for eMinistry training from Media for Ministry

Military Ministry

MinistryNet conference

MomLife Today – from FamilyLife’s MomLife Today

My Cravings from Campus Crusade Canada’s Campus Ministry

Sacrificial Poet – Phil Long’s spoken word poems

SaltandLight52 – links for eMinistry and to Campus Crusade videos on Sus Schmitt’s channel

Vida Estudiantil from Vida Estudiantil MEXICO

Zzaugger – from Chris Zaugg, Keynote’s executive director


(Be discerning, not all videos will be of Campus Crusade ministries)

André Kole

Bill Bright

Steve Douglass

Vonette Bright


CruPress Green

Global Aid Network

NOTE: Videos tagged with Campus Crusade for Christ are not necessarily “official,” but you’ll also find Destino, AIA, Jesus Film, and individual campus ministries within this search.


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4 thoughts on “YouTube and Video Ministries

  1. What about Global Short Film Network?
    There is a series of videos that go with the Essentials Bible Study series. You need to create an account and login to see them, but there are about half a dozen there.
    And I’m not sure if they’re CCC, but the material at TransferThe is developed from the Transferable Concepts. The DVD has some good videos (I like the rodeo Fact/Faith/Feeling video) but I’m not sure where to find them on the internet.


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