I recently was able to review a series for children called, What's In the Bible. This is hosted by Phil Vischer and incorporates a ton of Bible into the program and yet makes it so interesting even the adults might be caught watching it:) I had personally never heard of this program before but once I started it I knew it was something I could back and suggest to others with children. I was able to review two of the episodes but check out the whole set!
The two episodes I received start off with a little boy(puppet here folks) riding in a van. He talks for just a little and then it jumps to what he calls the dvd. And there our lesson starts. But the teaching is done in such a way that you enjoy it, laugh and have fun while you are learning. I mean, we have everything from pirates, preachers, archeologists, cowboys, piano players and a whole lesson rolled into this engaging program! I think the favorite character out of them all were the two adorable and cute archeologists/adventurers know as Clive and Ian. But they are all really well done and the children found them to be quite entertaining.
One of the parts I really liked in this series is when Pastor Paul explains a Bible word. The word doesn't necessarily have to be from the Bible but something like the Trinity. He takes the harder things in the Bible and explains them where a young person can completely understand. Each puppet character has their specific job and they are so fun to watch, even Buck Denver when he wants to forget the theme song:)
This series is great for a Sunday school teacher, a home-school family, or for those who just want to teach their children. Oh, and grandparents might enjoy giving this to grandchildren! Overall I loved it and might have had a few differences over something but these were minor preferences. A great series that I know I will be suggesting in the future.
Take a minute and check out the What's In The Bible program.
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