Outreach Inc. is offering a license to show ‘I Can Only Imagine’ at your church, and a collection of resources to get the word out. Find out more here.
I Can Only Imagine License Available
MercyMe made recording history in 2014 when its hit song “I Can Only Imagine” surpassed 2 million digital downloads. But for band frontman and songwriter Bart Millard, the song will always be a personal message about his dad.
In 2018, the story behind the song became a major motion picture. I Can Only Imagine inspired countless viewers with its powerful message of forgiveness.
Now releasing on DVD, the movie license is available to churches starting at $99,* which includes the full-length movie on DVD, public event site license to show in your church for one year, a move event planning guide and digital resources, such as web graphics, printable ticket invite, printable bulletin insert template and PowerPoint slide templates.
To let everyone know about your showing of I Can Only Imagine, Outreach Inc., this website’s parent company, is offering professionally designed direct mail postcards. These eye-catching postcards feature an image from the movie poster plus your customized text on front, and a full-color reverse side that can be custom printed with your invitation, service times, map and logo.
For churches that want to go deeper into the movie’s meaning, Outreach Inc. offers a I Can Only Imagine Small Group Kit (City on a Hill) that combines a four-episode DVD series, a 28-day participant journal and a leader’s guide. This ready-to-use package makes it easy to implement small groups in your church or ministry.
Outreach Inc. also has a four-week Church Campaign Kit to helps churches engage their community. This kit features the full Small Group Kit as well as digital art files, a social media plan, sermon bumper (video), a printed church campaign-planning guide, additional video resources and a six-week Children’s Lesson Plan.
To learn more, visit Outreach.com/Campaigns/I-Can-Only-Imagine.
* Price based on average weekly church attendance. Note: this film is not covered by CVLI.