From the creator of VeggieTales, Phil Vischer. Phil is now taking your kids through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation in this series. I was honored to be able to review Vol. 1-3 of this series. Each DVD is filled with original music, animation, and puppets that will teach kids about God and His Word. My personal opionion I never could get into Veggie Tales. I just couldn't get into seeing vegetables talking and all.
Your child will meet:
- Buck Denver
- Bro. Louie
- Captain Pete, the Pirate
- Pastor Paul
- The Sunday School Lady
- Chuckwagon, the Cowboy
- Clide & Ein
- a Scientist
- Bentley brothers
- and more
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What's in the Bible? Vol. 1: In the Beginning introduces kids to the Bible and the book of beginnings, Genesis. Kids will learn about the key people in Genesis and the important lessons their stories teach us. This DVD includes bonus short Quacky's Questions: What Is Kindness? Closed captions. Approx. 56 minutes.
What's in the Bible? Vol. 2: Let My People Go! introduces kids to the book of Exodus: the oppression of the Israelites and the birth and rise of God's chosen leader, Moses. The DVD also answers the questions, Who choose the books in the Bible? and What is salvation? - in a way kids can grasp. Includes bonus short Alfred Wilberwale: A Case for Patience. Closed captions. Approximately 58 minutes.
In What’s In the Bible? #3: Wanderin’ in the Desert, Buck Denver and his cast of friends take us through the next three books of the Bible—Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy—helping kids understand how these books fit in with Genesis and Exodus to make up the Pentateuch and to set the stage for the trials and victories of God’s people. The question “Did this stuff really happen?” is also answered. Closed captions. Approx. 58 minutes.
In 1990, 24-year-old computer animator Phil Vischer sat down to create a group of characters that could teach Christian values to kids in a delightfully weird way. Hence, a tomato named Bob and a cucumber named Larry were born. VeggieTales would go on to revolutionize Christian filmmaking, selling more than 50 million videos and placing Phil's faith-filled stories in one in every three American households with young children. Phil is highly respected by key leaders across the Christian landscape, from Joel Osteen to James Dobson. His company, Jellyfish Labs, provides faith-based daily programming via the Internet at jellytelly.com. The characters from the What's in the Bible? series are featured, but the content is not specifically from the DVDs. Phil continues to pursue innovative ways to integrate faith and storytelling through Jellyfish Labs. He chose the name Jellyfish as a reminder to remain pliable to God's plans and not his own. Phil lives with his wife, Lisa, and their three kids in Illinois.
A review copy of What's in the Bible Episodes 1, 2 & 3 was provided for review by Tyndle House Publishing